Colts cruising at halftime, lead Jaguars 20-3

Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

This AFC South matchup is going as you might expect.

Andrew Luck hasn't had a very good game at Everbank field, but he hasn't needed to. The Indianapolis Colts have gotten ample help from Jaguars' quarterback Blaine Gabbert, whose two interceptions have allowed the Colts to jump out to a big lead.

Luck has thrown for 140 yards, but has taken 27 attempts to get there -- posting a quarterback rating of 51.5. Inconsistent running hasn't help Indianapolis establish its offense, with Donald Brown running for a 50-yard gain, while Trent Richardson is averaging just 3.6 yards per carry.

Inconsistency for the Jaguars would be a godsend, as the home team has been consistently awful in the first half. Gabbert entered halftime with a quarterback rating of just 13.5, while Maurice Jones-Drew has been ineffective running the ball, gaining just 21 yards on nine carries.

Unless something changes quickly it appears the Jaguars will be one of the NFL's few remaining winless teams on Monday.

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