(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - The Indianapolis Colts continue to get ready for Sunday afternoon's regular season opener with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Head Coach Jim Caldwell has been emphasizing the importance of Sunday's game as the Horseshoes begin the season by facing a divisional rival.
The Colts have won twelve of their 16 games against the Jaguars all-time, splitting last season's two games with the teams winning on their opponent's home turf.
Much of the focus will be on the running games as the Colts try to bolster an attack that ranked 31st among 32 NFL teams last season.
The Horseshoes also have to slow down Maurice Jones-Drew, who has averaged more than six yards per carry in his career against Indianapolis.
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