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Sep 21, 2014 at 6pm UK at ​EverBank Field
Indianapolis Colts
Jacksonville Jaguars
Bradshaw (1:50)
Allen (127:33), Fleener (0:28)
Nicks (8:56), Toler (3:12)
Hurns (6:51), Shorts (0:18)

Half-Time Report: Indianapolis Colts in complete command over Jacksonville Jaguars

The Indianapolis Colts score three first-half touchdowns to give themselves command of their NFL clash against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Indianapolis Colts are in complete command of their NFL clash with the Jacksonville Jaguars as they lead 30-0 at the break.

The Colts started solidly on the offensive side of the ball as Andrew Luck used short passing routes to guide his side into the redzone, but they were forced to kick a field goal for their first score of the game from the boot of Adam Vinatieri.

On their second drive, Indianapolis found their rhythm in the passing game and their drive culminated in Luck throwing a short pass to Ahmad Bradshaw, who dived into the endzone.

The Colts extended their lead when Luck once again moved them inside the 20-yard line and this time he faked the handoff to Bradshaw and found Dwayne Allen in the flat, who went over for the score.

Vinatieri added two more field goals, and then Luck found his tight end Coby Fleener just before the break with another touchdown from nine yards.

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