23. Jacksonville Jaguars (22)
As expected, there was some rust for Nick Foles during his first game back with the Jacksonville Jaguars during their loss to the Indianapolis Colts, but at least it’s a start for the former Super Bowl MVP.
Back in Week 1, it was devastating to watch Foles suffer an injury since the Jaguars were beyond excited to have a reliable quarterback to run the offense, and watching him toss two touchdown passes against the Colts after missing all that time shows what he can bring to the table.
Suffering a sixth loss on Sunday wasn’t exactly what Jacksonville had in mind at this point in November, and even though playoffs sound like a stretch at this point, the Jaguars are worth keeping an eye on in these next few weeks.
The more Foles plays, the more comfortable he’s going to feel in running the offense for Jacksonville, and as crazy as it is to consider the AFC South still being wide open, it’s the truth after Week 11.
Take a look at last year when Foles helped the Philadelphia Eagles pull off the unthinkable by earning a trip to the Super Bowl, and maybe the Jaguars will be fortunate to see the same happen, although they will need some help from other teams.