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Colts Look To Remain Perfect Despite Numerous Injuries

Last updated on Thursday, December 17, 2009

(JACKSONVILLE, FL) - The Indianapolis Colts look to improve to 14-0 tonight when they face the Jaguars in Jacksonville.

The Horseshoes have won a league-record 22 consecutive regular-season games and have already wrapped up home-field advantage throughout the AFC Playoffs.

The Jaguars are fighting for their playoff lives.

The Jags are one of four teams vying for the final AFC wildcard spot with a 7-6 record.

The Denver Broncos currently hold the top wildcard spot in the conference at 8-5 while Jacksonville is tied with Baltimore, Miami and the Jets for the final playoff berth.

Colts rookie cornerback Jarraud Powers has been ruled out for tonight's game in Jacksonville. Powers suffered a hamstring injury late in Sunday's win over the Denver Broncos.

Rookie running back Donald Brown will miss his third consecutive game with a chest injury with defensive back Aaron Francisco, receiver Anthony Gonzalez and kicker Adam Vinatieri also being ruled out.

Defensive linemen Dwight Freeney, Robert Mathis and Eric Foster are questionable for tonight's game as is left tackle Charlie Johnson.

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