The Jaguars stink. The Colts don't. As such, the Colts opened up a 30-0 lead in the first half over the Jaguars.
Andrew Luck completed 22 of 27 passes (at one point he completed 13 passes in a row) for 244 yards (he had 10 different games last year in which he had less than that total) for 3 touchdowns and zero picks. He also added 12 yards rushing. He targeted his tight ends (Coby Fleener, Dwayne Allen, and Jack Doyle) 12 times, completing 9 of them for 84 yards and 2 touchdowns - and that's with Coby Fleener dropping an easy touchdown, too.
The Colts outgained the Jaguars 330-55 in terms of total yards and they held the edge in first downs, 18-2. This first half was just complete domination and the Colts looked really good - while the Jaguars looked really bad.
The second half will hopefully be much of the same, but it's Blake Bortles time for the Jaguars. So at least their fans have something to cheer about.
Here's your second half open thread.