NFL Scores Week 10, Jaguars Vs. Colts: Jacksonville Sends Indy To 0-10 With 17-3 Win

The Jaguars didn't do a lot, but it was more than enough to dust the moribund Colts.

Down in the cellar of the AFC South, the Jaguars proved that they are still more than good enough to handle the moribund Colts with a 17-3 win in Indianapolis.

Maurice Jones-Drew paced the Jags with 114 rushing yards and a touchdown, and Blaine Gabbert tossed a touchdown pass to Jarett Dillard in the victory. The Jaguars' defense held the Colts to just 212 total yards, and forced three Colts turnovers.

To its credit, Indianapolis did try both Curtis Painter and Dan Orlovsky at quarterback; neither was effective. And Donald Brown led the Colts with 53 rushing yards.

The win moves Jacksonville to 3-6 on the season, and drops the Colts to 0-10.

For more on the Jaguars, visit Big Cat Country. For more on the Colts, visit Stampede Blue. SB Nation has you covered for the rest of Week 10 in the NFL: check out all the Week 10 NFL news and scores, catch up on the Week 10 fantasy stats, including Arian Foster's big day, and see the Week 10 NFL video highlights, from Jonathan Baldwin's insane non-catch to Tim Tebow's miracle throw, in our dedicated StoryStreams, and head to SB Nation's NFL hub any time for plenty more on the league.

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