The Jacksonville Jaguars dealt with a major injury scare when rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence left last weekend’s win over the Buffalo Bills with an ankle issue, but he returned to the game and it was soon revealed that the injury was nothing too serious. There were signs earlier this week that Lawrence would be okay to play in Week 10 against the Indianapolis Colts, and Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer confirmed that on Friday, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapaport.
There’s more good news on the injury front for Jacksonville. While running back James Robinson is officially questionable with a heel injury, there’s a very good chance he suits up against Indy. Cam Robinson and Myles Jack are both good to go.
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The Jaguars are trying to build on their shocking win over Buffalo. While the offense wasn’t any good in the victory, the defense put forth a terrific performance in the 9-6 triumph. With Lawrence and Robinson looking in good shape to play, perhaps Jacksonville can get a strong showing from the offensive unit in Week 10.
It has certainly been a tumultuous season so far for the 2-6 Jaguars. However, even if they’re likely not going to be a playoff team, they can still use the second half of the season to build momentum for the future with Lawrence at the helm.