The Jaguars got quarterback Nick Foles back in the lineup against the Colts last Sunday and he threw the ball 47 times in his return to action.
In hindsight, head coach Doug Marrone thinks that might have been too much work for the quarterback in a 33-13 loss to the Colts. The Jaguars set a franchise-record for fewest rushing attempts in a game with nine with six of them coming during a first half that ended with the Colts up 10-7.
Fournette had just eight rushing attempts last week, and after the Colts went up 24-7, Fournette didn't run the ball again. Marrone said he wants to get back to a more balanced offense this week against the Titans.
There's a fun little conjecture storm brewing in the Boston area right now and it centers around, who else, wide receiver Antonio Brown. Brown issued a "public" apology on Tuesday -- via both Instagram and Twitter -- to Patriots' owner Robert Kraft for since-deleted comments Brown made about Kraft after his release from New England.
The author said he's hearing a lot of buzz about a Brown return to the Pats. Aside from the apology, an unhappy Tom Brady said the Patriots are winning because of their defense. With the O struggling, Brady is getting beat up a bit and is lacking weapons and Brown return makes sense. The problem is Brown's status with the NFL is unclear. Brown also filed a grievance against the Pats to get his signing bonus back.