Any chance that the Jaguars would begin the second half with a rally to make up for a 17-3 halftime deficit was erased with an interception from Blaine Gabbert to Darius Butler just over four minutes into the third quarter that gave the Colts a 24-3 lead.
On the next drive Gabbert responded with a 52-yard pass play to Cecil Shorts III, but it was a play in yet another drive that ultimately stalled and resulted in no points for the Jaguars. Gabbert was sacked and a holding penalty dropped the Jaguars out of field goal range and they were forced to punt.
To begin the fourth quarter, the Colts have the ball in Jaguars territory and are threatening to score yet again. Down three scores with the NFL's worst offense, the odds of the Jaguars coming back to earn a Week 10 victory are already very slim. Any score by the Colts would essentially eliminate that chance.