Listed as questionable are defensive tackle
Nicks has been a disappointment since arriving in Indianapolis. He has just six catches for 32 yards in two games and managed just one reception for minus-4 yards Monday night against Philadelphia.
He's been better than Richardson for two games and that's not likely to change as long as Bradshaw is healthy. He was solid in Week 1 at Denver with three carries for 15 yards and five catches for 70 yards, and he followed that up with 13 carries for 70 yards and five catches for 26 yards and two touchdowns against the Eagles.
Both running backs should do well against the Jaguars, who have already allowed four touchdowns to running backs in two games against the Eagles and Redskins.
But if you have to decide between Bradshaw and Richardson, the choice is easy. We just wish the Colts would realize it as well.
For a complete list of Week 3 options, read my latest Start 'Em and Sit 'Em.
Freeman contributed seven tackles and one forced fumble in Week 1, but did not play Monday night against Philadelphia.