Jaguars lose to Colts, 27-10
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Rookie quarterback Andrew Luck had the Colts rolling early and often, sending the Jaguars to their sixth straight loss.
Indianapolis won 27-10.
The Jaguars have not won since beating Indianapolis (6-3) in week 3.
The 4th quarter was once again irrelevant at Everbank Field. The Jaguars were down 24-3 going into the final quarter and continued their trend of blowout losses on their home field.
Blaine Gabbert completed 18 of 31 passes for 209 yards, but threw an interception for a touchdown that deflated any chance of a Jaguars comeback. Gabbert appeared to re-aggravate his non throwing shoulder in the second half and was replace for the rest of the game by Chad Henne.
Henne did throw a touchdown to Cecil Shorts, who finished with six catches for 105 yards.
Jacksonville (1-8) will next play in Houston (7-1) on November 18.
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