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2-5, 4th in AFC South

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After each exceeded expectations yesterday, the Rams and Cowboys improved their respective FPI ratings more than any other team this week (so far). On the other side of the coin, the Cardinals' rating dropped a massive 4.2 points, while the Colts and 49ers fell a good bit, too.

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Colts 1st-rounder Hooker (knee) out for season

Colts rookie safety and first-round pick Malik Hooker will miss the rest of the season after suffering a knee injury late in the first half of Sunday's loss to the Jaguars.

Hilton on O-line struggles: We have to take 'pride up front' (0:33)

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Entering Sunday, the Broncos and Colts had the 2 longest active streaks of not being shut out -- and it wasn't even close. Denver hadn't been shut out since 1992. The Colts hadn't been shut out since 1993. Both were shut out on Sunday.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts don't have their starting quarterback Andrew Luck. Chuck Pagano likely has a maximum of just nine games remaining as coach of the team. Their offensive line can't block. Their defense can't stop anybody. Receiver T.Y. Hilton is pointing fingers at others. But if there's a positive through this growing list of problems, the more the Colts lose, the better position they'll be in for a high draft pick, which will help the rebuilding process for general manager Chris Ballard, next spring.

Pagano takes blame for shutout loss (0:53)
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Hilton calls out Colts' O-line after loss to Jags

T.Y. Hilton called out the offensive line after the Colts' 27-0 loss to the Jaguars on Sunday, saying the team's wide receivers "were winning our matchups. The O-line just has to play better."

Pagano feeling pressure after loss to Jaguars (1:07)
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Jags shutout snaps quarter-century mark

Only the Broncos had a longer active shutout-less streak than the Colts, who got blanked Sunday for the first time since Dec. 26, 1993. Jacoby Brissett was just 16 days old then.

Yeldon, Jags shut out Colts (1:01)

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Jacoby Brissett is still in the game at quarterback for the Colts

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts QB Jacoby Brissett is starting to get up slower and slower after each hit/sack he takes. He's been sacked four times and hit six times.Scott Tolzien, who lost the starting job after Week 1, is on the sideline warning up.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

That's two drops for Colts rookie running back Marlon Mack today. He's talented, but he's continuing to show that his hands are not very good. Mack also dropped a pass again Tennessee in Week 6

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Colts lose three defensive starters in 27-0 loss

The struggling Indianapolis Colts lost three defensive starters in the first half of their game against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. Starting center Ryan Kelly has also been ruled out the rest of the game with a hamstring injury.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts linebacker John Simon has been ruled out the rest of the game with a stinger.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts starting linebacker John Simon is also headed to the locker room to get checked out. Defensive players keep going down for the Colts. Rashaan Melvin is out with a concussion and safety Malik Hooker just left with what appears to be a knee injury.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts rookie safety Malik Hooker went down to the ground holding his right knee. He's limping off the field. Look for veteran Darius Butler to step in during Hooker's absence

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lucas Oil Stadium crowd has started booing the Colts after running back Frank Gore lost a yard on a 3rd and 1 run. Indy has gained a total of 61 yards and trails 17-0 through the first 25 minutes of the game

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jags are chewing the Colts up on third down. Jax is a perfect 6-for-6 on 3rd down.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts cornerback Rashaan Melvin has been ruled out the rest of the game against Jacksonville because of a concussion.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie cornerback Quincy Wilson, the team's second-round pick, is inactive today against Jacksonville. He's getting in some work on the field. Here's what coach Chuck Pagano said last week on why Wilson continues to be inactive. "He's got to stay healthy and then he's got to produce," Pagano said of Wilson. "He went out and played a good game (vs. Arizona) and got injured and missed time. Now, he's trying to work his way back. He's healthy now. He has to have a great week of practice on defense. He has to have a great week of practice on special teams. You've got to earn your way every single day and every single week. He'll have another opportunity."

Team Stats

Passing Yards194.027th
Rushing Yards97.3Tied-21st
Points For17.0Tied-27th
Points Against31.732nd

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