Colts hiccup early, then win laugher
JACKSONVILLE — The Colts got away with a sluggish start.
It certainly helped that they were playing one of the worst teams in the league.
Andrew Luck threw two touchdowns and Trent Richardson ran for a score as the Colts routed the Jaguars.
Luck threw interceptions on his first two drives and missed several open receivers for Indianapolis, which trailed 3-0 after one quarter but scored the last 37 points.
"It wasn't an ideal start," Luck said. "It was more of a terrible start to the game offensively for us. … We sort of woke up in the second half."
Luck threw for 260 yards, with two TDs and an interception. Another pick was negated by an offside penalty.
Linebacker Robert Mathis had three sacks and cornerback Vontae Davis intercepted a pass and tipped another one that corner Darius Butler caught and returned 41 yards for a score and a 10-3 lead.