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Key Coaching Decision #1: (IND ball, leading 27-13 / 2-point conversion attempt / 1:50 Q2)
• Indianapolis scored on a touchdown pass by Andrew Luck. On the extra point, Jacksonville jumped offsides and Frank Reich decided to take the penalty and move the ball to the 1-yard line and go for two. The attempt was successful as Marlon Mack got into the end zone on a 1-yard run to push the lead to 16.
Key Coaching Decision #2: (JAC ball, trailing 29-16 / fourth-and-4, IND 30 / 10:37 Q3)
• Jacksonville lined up for a field goal attempt and they ran a fake, as punter Logan Cook completed a pass to James O’Shaughnessy for a Jacksonville first down. The Jaguars ended the drive with a Blake Bortles touchdown pass to Leonard Fournette to make it a one-score game.
• Andrew Luck has thrown three or more touchdowns in six straight games and is playing at an All-Pro Level. The Colts offensive line is playing great as a unit and has not surrendered a sack in four games.
• Indianapolis has the best set of Tight Ends in the league and head coach Frank Reich does a great job of getting them all involved. Eric Ebron, Jake Doyle and Mo Alie-Cox can all make plays in the passing game and can create mismatches all over the field. The former first-round pick Ebron is finally playing to his potential and has 10 total touchdowns.
• The mystery that is the Jacksonville defense continues. They were torched in the first half as the Colts gained over 300 yards of offense and scored 29 points. In the second half the defense looked like the dominant force of last year and held the Indianapolis offense scoreless. The inconsistent play of the defense has been one of the many problems that have plagued the Jags this year.
• The Jaguar offense played well as Bortles threw for over 300 yards and had two touchdown passes as he looked comfortable in the pocket. This no doubt had to do with the return of running back Leonard Fournette, who had over 100 yards of total offense and contributed with two touchdowns.