INDIANAPOLIS — The game -- Jacksonville Jaguars (0-2, 0-1 AFC South) at Indianapolis Colts (1-1, 0-0 AFC South), 1 p.m. (EST), Lucas Oil Stadium (FieldTurf), Indianapolis, Ind.
Coverage -- CBS Sports (Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker); Colts Radio Network (Bob Lamey, Will Wolford, Kevin Lee); Sirius NFL Radio (Channel 113, Colts; Channel 104, Jaguars); XM NFL Radio (Channel 232, Colts).
The coaches -- Colts: Chuck Pagano (1-1, 1st year). Jaguars: Mike Mularkey (0-2, 1st year with Jacksonville; 14-20 overall, 3rd year).
The series -- 23rd regular-season meeting. Colts lead series, 15-7. Indianapolis has won five of the last seven games in the series played at home in the series. But the Jaguars have won three of the four games overall in the series, including a 17-3 decision at Lucas Oil Stadium last season. The Colts have an overall home field record of 8-3 against Jacksonville. Indianapolis is 2-2 against the Jaguars in games played at Lucas Oil Stadium and 6-1 in games played at the Hoosier/RCA Dome. The Colts have swept the series four times, although Jacksonville swept last year's two-game series. The home-and-home series has been split five times. Nineteen of the previous 22 meetings have been decided by 10 points or less, 14 by seven points or less, and five by three points or less.
Noting it -- The Colts didn’t give up a single play of over 20 yards in the win over the Vikings last week. That came after giving up eight such plays in an opening week loss at Chicago...After two games,Indianapolis has 83 fewer yards in penalties than their opponents. “It’s a major point of emphasis,” Indianapolis coach Chuck Pagano said of penalty avoidance and eliminating the big play. “One year we did a stat in Baltimore out of 206 drives where we didn’t give up a big play and we didn’t have a penalty, and we gave up I think two touchdowns and five field goals out of 206 drives. So it’s a major point of emphasis."...Jacksonville PK Josh Scobee has had three game-winning kicks of 50 yards or more against the Colts (27-24, 10/24/04; 23-21, 9/21/08; 31-28, 1/3/10)...Colts WR Reggie Wayne has 117 career receptions against Jacksonville, which ties for his most catches against any NFL franchise (Houston). He has 17 receptions for 1,672 yards and six touchdowns in 20 total games with the Jaguars...Wayne now has 11,914 career receiving yards, passing Hall of Famer Michael Irvin (11,904) for No. 20 on the all-time receiving yards list...Wayne is tied for an AFC-best 15 catches this season. He has 15 receptions for 206 yards and one touchdown through the first two games of the year...Wayne had 10 receptions for 141 yards and two TDs against Jacksonville on 9/21/03. He also had 15 catches for 196 yards against the Jaguars on 10/3/10...Wayne needs two touchdowns to tie Edgerrin James (75) for third on the Colts' all-time touchdown list. Additionally, he needs 152 yards from scrimmage to pass James (12,065) for second on the franchise's all-time list; and 10 points to pass James (458) for seventh on the Colts' all-time scoring list...Wayne needs one 100-yard receiving game to reach 40 for his career. He also needs seven receptions to pass Keenan McCardell (883) for 14th all-time in the league; 86 receiving yards to become the 20th player in league history with 12,000 yards; one touchdown reception to tie James Lofton (75) for 27th on the all-time list..WR Donnie Avery tied a career-best with nine catches against the Vikings last week. Avery also registered his second career 100-yard receiving (111 vs. Minnesota)...TE Coby Fleener leads all NFL rookies in catches (8) and receiving yards (98)..OLBs Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis have combined for 18.5 career sacks against Jacksonville..Mathis is aiming for his fourth consecutive game with a sack against the Jaguars...PK Adam Vinatieri has registered 22 field goals in the final minute or overtime, which ties him for the most since 1970 with Matt Bahr and Jason Elam. Vinatieri needs to convert his next PAT to pass Lou Michaels (103) for the third most consecutive PATs made in franchise history.