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Colts Cast: Colts finally put together run-away victory in Week 11, 33-13 over Jaguars

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The Indianapolis Colts dominated the Jacksonville Jaguars in their Week 11, AFC South matchup 33-13 at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The Colts weren’t so dominating in the first half leading 10-7 at intermission, but they did keep the Jaguars from getting into scoring position after their first scoring drive of the game by stopping the run, and getting some pressure on Nick Foles to keep his accuracy down.

The Colts had big games from Marlon Mack and Jonathan Williams (27 carries for 225 yards), which continually kept the Colts in good field position, combined with their defense continuing to do their job as they have for the past month or so.

Rock Ya-Sin got his first interception of the season, Bobby Okereke picked off Foles and returned it for two points as well. The Colts defense had 10 passes defensed in this and continued to pressure Foles in the second half making the Jaguars a one-dimensional team late in this one.

Kenny Moore had a great game in this one, Marcus Johnson showed up for the Colts at the WR position, and Jacoby Brissett was pretty decent in his first game back under center as well.

The Colts have a short week to prepare for the Houston Texans and will hope to get even more weapons back in the lineup.

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