We look at some of the key numbers from Sunday’s game between the Colts-Jaguars at EverBank Field. The Jaguars beat the Colts 30-10 to improve to 8-4. It’s the first time Jacksonville has swept the Colts in a season since 2011. The Jaguars have won three consecutive games at EverBank Field for the first time since 2010.
0: Turnovers by the Jaguars’ offense.
3-1: Coach Doug Marrone’s career coaching record against the Colts.
5-15: Third-down efficiency by the Colts.
8: Quarterback hits the Jaguars put on the Colts’ Jacoby Brissett. Jacksonville ended the game with four sacks, which included one by defensive end Calais Campbell. He now holds the franchise’s single season sack record with 12.5 that waspreviously held by Tony Brackens (12.0), set in 1999. Campbell ranks second in the NFL and it’s the most by a player in the AFC.
10 of 12: Games this season the Jaguars have held opponents scoreless on their opening offensive possession.The Jaguars have not allowed any points on their opponents’ opening offensive possession at EverBank Field this season.
14: Tackles made by linebacker Paul Posluszny, which led the team.
16: Passes defensed by cornerback Jalen Ramsey this season, which is tied for the most in the NFL. He had an interception in the second quarter to increase his season total to three, a career high.
24: Leonard Fournette’s longest run from scrimmage. He finished with 57-yards rushing on 20 carries.
29: Yards gained on punter Brad Nortman’s first career pass completion that came on a fake punt after facing fourth-and-7 near midfield. Tight end James O’Shaughnessy made the catch after he was open over the middle.
72.1: Blake Bortles completion percentage against the Colts this season. He compelted 26-of-35 passes for 309 yards on Sunday.