Jaguars lose season finale at Indy, 30-10
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Jaguars ended the season how they started it, with a loss. Indianapolis finished the Jags season today with a 30-10 win over the Jaguars.
Chad Henne and the offense couldn't get things going and didn't score their first touchdown of the day until late in the 4th quarter. On the day, Henne threw the ball 51 times for 331 yards and a touchdown to Kerry Taylor. Maurice Jones-Drew set to become an unrestricted free agent had 13 carries for 39 yards.
The Jags end up their season (4-12) and officially will pick 3rd in the 2014 NFL Draft next May. Gus Bradley's team did go (4-4) over the second half of the season after an (0-8) start to the season.
The Colts won the AFC South and will head into the playoffs at (11-5) Andrew Luck threw for almost 300 yards in the victory and T.Y Hilton had 11 catches for 155 yards on the day.
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