Jaguars Fall Short of Making History in Loss To the Colts

Posted: 18th December 2009 by Brian Fullford in NFL
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Chalk this up as just another close win for the Indianapolis Colts over the Jacksonville Jaguars on their trek to perfection. This one played out completely opposite of their first matchup, a 14-12 Colts victory, with offense taking center stage. Even with two chances in the last five minutes, the Jaguars could not take their place in the history books to become the story of the team that ended perfection.

The usual suspects assumed their time in the spotlight as Peyton Manning, Reggie Wayne, and Dallas Clark all played a major role in this hard fought game. The only mistake any of the three would make was Clark mishandling a Manning third quarter pass which led to an interception, his first pass of the game not caught by a Colt (the first incomplete pass would come a series later ...

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