Colts 10 Jaguars 7 The Colts led the whole way in a game with a lot of punting back and forth. Late in the 1st, Luck hit Hilton on a quick in route which was almost picked, then spun off a tackler and ran for a 67-yard TD. Indianapolis added a field goal, and was going in to score, when Luck made his biggest mistake of the game. Luck threw a pick 6 late in the 2nd quarter. Luck's other INT came off a broken tackle in the backfield that we lost on a 1-on-1 jump ball. The 2nd half consisted of punting back and forth, our biggest play may have been a 19-yard Andrew Luck scramble late in the 4th, even though it didn't get us any points. No real offense happened until Jacksonville knew it needed to score with under 3 minutes left. They were able to get in field goal range, but missed a yard short as time expired. I get the feeling we're a team that will play not to lose, the passing attack isn't strong enough to attack and win games. Anquan Boldin did led the team in receptions with 6, showing his 75 speed might not be a huge factor, but rookie Jordon Chaney didn't look too good, dropping a few passes. His best play was the 1st play of the game, Luck tried to slide and then rocketed a pass downfield pass the line of scrimmage, and Chaney made an unbelievable catch with a man on him.