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The Jaguars host the Colts in Week 2. With both teams still searching for their first win, we can expect a good AFC South battle. Handicapper Jason Radowitz has three anytime touchdown bets for this Sunday matchup.

Jaguars vs. Colts Anytime Touchdowns Picks: Could James Robinson Be a Sneaky Pick?

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

Date: Sunday, September 18

Time: 1:00 pm ET

Where to Watch: CBS

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The Indianapolis Colts didn't look all that great against the Houston Texans in Week 1. As the biggest favorites of the Week 1 slate, the Colts tied the Texans 20-20.

The Colts didn't do anything poorly. It was just that they did everything at an average level. The run block was good, and Jonathan Taylor was solid rushing the football downhill. However, the pass protection wasn't up to par, especially for Indianapolis' standards. But all of that is whatever. The Colts had 529 yards of offense and allowed just 317 yards of offense and tied. That's just unacceptable if you're the Colts. The Colts outplayed the Texans and ended up tying. They could've even lost. Indianapolis needs to capitalize on its chances more frequently.

On the other hand, the Jaguars earned 398 yards of offense and allowed 398 yards of offense against the Washington Commanders in their loss. The Jaguars missed a handful of tackles and were terrible in the secondary. They allowed four passing touchdowns from Carson Wentz in his first game as a Commanders quarterback.

Meanwhile, on the offensive end, we learned that James Robinson would be the featured running back, especially in the red zone. He carried the ball 11 times for 66 yards and a touchdown. Trevor Lawrence threw for 275 yards and went 24-42 with one touchdown and an interception. But he forced that interception late in the fourth quarter, trying to keep his team alive. So we'll give him a pass there.

He got Christian Kirk involved, as Kirk added six receptions for 117 yards. With the way, the Colts' secondary played, Kirk could be a significant factor in this game as well. Below we'll review some of the best anytime touchdown options in this game between the Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars.

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Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts Anytime Touchdown Scorers

Jonathan Taylor (-230) (Bet $230 to win $100)

I know it's juiced, but I still have to add it. Jonathan Taylor won the MVP last year and scored about a touchdown per game.

In Week 1, although the game went into overtime, Taylor rushed the ball 31 times for 161 yards. He also scored a touchdown. If Taylor carries the ball with that kind of volume, he's going to find the back of the endzone. When the Colts are around the red zone, they're going to go with Taylor to get the job done. And with how bad the Jaguars were tackling last week, Taylor should be able to muscle his way into the end zone.

James Robinson Anytime Touchdown (+155) (Bet $100 to win $155)

We found out that the Colts' defense is just average. They couldn't get enough stops against the Houston Texans last week. While they did hold Houston to just over 300 yards of offense through overtime, I still don't think that the Colts have what it takes to earn shutouts.

However, if the Jaguars are going to score, it's either going to be an extended broken play or a goal-line touchdown. That's where Robinson comes in. He can get the goal-line touchdown. I'm not sure the Jags are confident in Lawrence to make a play around the goal line on fade routes and whatever else. Back Robinson to get one in.

Christian Kirk Anytime Touchdown (+200) (Bet $100 to win $200)

As I said, the Jaguars will get either score on a long broken play or the goal line. A long broken play would go to Christian Kirk, who secured six catches for over 100 yards.

Kirk wanted to be a number-one receiver for an offense. He got paid by the Jaguars, and they plan on using him. It was a solid debut for Kirk in Week 1, and now he's going up against the Colts secondary that looked to be their weakest spot on the defense in Week 1. Why not take a shot at Kirk?

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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