The Jacksonville Jaguars added a sixth straight loss to their losing streak last night, falling to the Colts 27-10 at EverBank Field. The Colts added a fourth win to their winning streak, as well as the satisfaction of defeating a team on their home turf that had beat them at their home in Week 3 of the season. One big reason the Colts won was their indomitable rookie QB Andrew Luck, who rushed for two touchdowns and had Jaguars defenders scrambling near the end zone with several pump fakes. Luck even tried to tackle Jaguars safety Dawan Landry after he intercepted Luck's pass in the second quarter, demonstrating a physical toughness not normally seen in quarterbacks, but a trait that has certainly endeared Luck to his teammates. Indianapolis scored two touchdowns and a field goal in the first half, opening up a 17-0 lead that the Jaguars were unable to match. Early in the third quarter, CB Darius Butler anticipated Jaguars QB Gabbert's pass and was able to easily intercept it and run the 11 yards into the end zone, essentially sealing the Colts' victory. The Jaguars hit the road again for next week's game, traveling to Reliant Stadium to take on the Houston Texans. If you are looking for a cheap ticket to their next game, be sure to browse this discount selection of Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Houston Texans tickets.
On the Jaguars' side, QB Blaine Gabbert was unable to reach the end zone and had to leave the field in the fourth quarter after reinjuring his left shoulder. Backup QB Chad Henne was able to connect with WR Cecil Shorts III for a 4-yard touchdown pass, but it was not enough to overcome their point deficit. With this loss, the Jaguars slip to a 1-8 record for the season, while the Colts rise to a 6-3 record and a possible shot at an AFC wild-card spot. Are you a Colts fan looking for tickets to the next game? Check out these great deals on Indianapolis Colts vs. New England Patriots tickets, available from Maxim Tickets, the resale ticket marketplace that features the 100% Buyer Guarantee.