Spend your New Year's Eve with Kyle and Greg as they look back at the Colts' 2013 Regular Season and preview this weekend's playoff showdown with the Kansas City Chiefs. We'll even kiss you at midnight.
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The 2013 Indianapolis Colts (11-5) regular season is in the books. They finished the season on a high note, beating the Jacksonville Jaguars (4-12) 30-10. While it's sad to say goodbye to the regular season, it's time to get excited about not only the playoffs, but a Colts home playoff game.
But before we start getting you ready for Colts/Chiefs round 2, here's your final report card of 2013 and the regular season.
Well, that was fun, wasn’t it? With their 30-3, ahem, 30-10 victory over the Jaguars, the Colts have swept the AFC South on their way to a second consecutive 11-5 record.
Indianapolis never allowed the visiting Jaguars to make a game of it. They harassed Jacksonville QB Chad Henne all day, with 7 batted down passes, 8 QB hits, 3 sacks (two by Robert Mathis who finished with 19.5 on the season) and an interception.
They also bottled up the Jaguars’ anemic running game, holding them to 16 carries for 42 yards, 2.6 ypc. Many times in the past, this Colts defense has allowed a team to revive their ground game against them, not today.no comments no comments