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2018 Week 13: Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars 2nd Half Open Thread

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Indianapolis Colts v Jacksonville Jaguars Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images

With a very ugly first half of football in the books, the Colts have played about as sloppy a game on offense as it is possible to do. Andrew Luck has made poor decisions and threw a pick early when he tried to force the ball into Eric Ebron in tight coverage.

The Colts offensive line, which has been so impressive over the past several weeks, looks over-matched and is giving up pressure on Luck which is preventing them from getting any rhythm. The running game has been stagnant as well, which has prevented any kind of offensive momentum from getting going.

Frank Reich might have called his worst half of football, passing on two field goals against a joke of a Jacksonville offense that cannot move the ball. They opted to give the ball to Ebron and got him crushed on a run that resulted in a fumble.

This makes two halves against the defense where Reich’s offense and play calling have been poor at best. If they can’t get something going in the second half, this game is going to be tough to win, no matter how poor Jacksonville’s offense is.

Colts going into the half trailing 0-3.