Shop for Indianapolis Colts gear at Fanatics.com

2010 Look Back – Jags 59-Yard Field Goal Sinks Colts 31-28



Today we continue out look back to the 2010 season, and it’s a 59-yard field goal that gave the Jags a huge win over the Colts 31-28 that handed the Colts their 2nd loss of the season.

Josh Scobee pulled off a huge kick, converting a 59-year-old to help the Jacksonville Jaguars advance over the Indianapolis Colts in a 31-28 victory. It was a huge game for the Jags and David Garrard, who were desperate to get a victory off their division rivals.

Garrard was entering the game with the most heat, though. With Jacksonville signing Trent Edwards, Garrard had to watch out. But he showed up today, and helped the Jags beat their most important division rival. With this win, the Jags have a chance at being on top of the AFC South division.

No matter what happens, the Colts will stand at third place in the AFC South. This is the first time Indianapolis starts their season out going 0-2 against their division rival since the 2002 league inception.

Peyton Manning excelled once again today, going 33-of-46 for 352 yards along with two touchdowns and only one interception. He would end the day with a 99.2 rating. Down 28-21 with two minutes to go, Manning showed himself as the Michael Jordan of the NFL.

Click HERE to read the rest


Enjoyed this post?
Subscribe to Colts Gab via RSS Feed or E-mail and receive daily news updates from us!

Submit to Digg  Stumble This Story  Share on Twitter  Post on Facebook  Post on MySpace  Add to del.icio.us  Bark It Up  Submit to Reddit  Fave on Technorati

Leave a Reply