In a crazy week three the Indianapolis Colts and the Jacksonville Jaguars played an interesting game that few people viewed.
If you live in Colts territory, or are a Jaguars fan, or you own Maurice Jones-Drew in your fantasy league, this game wasn't lost to you.
For the rest of us however, the heroes and zeroes were sadly missed.
For the Colts the hero of the game in a losing cause is rookie T.Y.Hilton. Hilton used the third game of the season and the second home game to announce the arrival of another stud rookie to the Colts stable.
Hilton had four receptions for 113 yards and a touchdown. Hilton averaged 28.3 yards per catch.
That clicking sound you hear are fantasy players picking up Hilton off the waiver wire.
The zero of the game for the Colts is safety Sergio Brown. Third year safety Brown got torched with 45 seconds left in the game. Allowing Cecil Shorts III to get behind him on an 80 yard touchdown pass, Brown gave up the winning touchdown.
That silence you hear in no-one picking up Brown in their IDP league.
The hero for the Jaguars in none other than 38 day holdout Maurice Jones-Drew. Jones-Drew missed OTA's, training camp, and preseason. For most mortals this would cause time to get in "game shape". Jones-Drew is apparently not entirely mortal.
Jones-Drew ran 28 times for 177 yards. He also broke the franchise's record for rushing touchdowns.
That sound you hear is those of us who missed on Jones-Drew in fantasy banging our heads against the wall.
The zero for the Jaguars is Shahid Khan. Mr. Khan who famously announced Jones-Drew needed to get on the train because it was leaving the station.
Jones-Drew is now demonstrating why that train had to slow down to make sure Jones-Drew was aboard.
He is only one player. But he is demonstrating how phenomenal a player he is.
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