Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Jaguars spent a lot of resources on receivers in the offseason.
Only one of them is playing in the team’s season opener.
Torry Holt is starting opposite holdover Troy Williamson, with Mike Sims-Walker and Nate Hughes also set to play.
Among the inactives: rookies receivers Mike Thomas and Jarett Dillard.
That suggests, unsurprisingly, that Jacksonville’s going to run the ball and use Maurice Jones-Drew and Marcedes Lewis in the passing game.
I’m not expecting a lot of empty backfield, four-wide formations. And if a receiver is hurt, the rotation will be thin.
Key matchup in this department: Williamson against Colts rookie corner Jerraud Powers, who gets the start while Marlin Jackson eases back into action working as the nickel.