INDIANAPOLIS 鈥?Andrew Luck started Sunday by carving up Jacksonville’s staunch defense.He finished it by playing the eager spectator.After throwing three first-half touchdown passes and picking up only two first downs in the second half Womens Drew Forbes 2019 Jersey , he celebrated when the Indianapolis Colts‘ defense delivered the decisive turnover with 90 seconds left to preserve a 29-26 victory over the Jaguars.“We played well enough in the first half to put some points on the board,” Luck said. “Then we survived.”Barely survived, that is.Trailing by three, Jacksonville quickly marched from its 42-yard line into field goal range, and when Rashad Greene Sr. went down at the Colts’ 23, it looked like the Jaguars were already set up for at least a tying field goal. Initially, Greene was ruled down before the ball squirted out.But just before the Jags (3-6) ran the next play, the whistles blew for a booth review. A few minutes later, the call was overturned, giving the ball and the game to the Colts, who have won three straight for the first time in three years.“I thought we got the play off, but obviously, we didn’t,” Jags coach Doug Marrone said before elaborating later. “Personally, I thought it wasn’t a fumble. But I see what everybody sees from the sideline.”Last year’s AFC runner-ups were a popular preseason pick to dethrone New England. Instead, the Jags have lost five straight, six of seven and are last in the division.And they don’t get more painful than this.Jacksonville had an extra point blocked and nearly returned for a 2-point conversion in the first half.Two 15-yard penalties helped Indy score its fourth touchdown, a 1-yard pass from Luck to聽Mo Alie-Cox聽late in the second quarter. An offside call on the ensuing extra point prompted coach Frank Reich to go for two, which Marlon Mack punched it in to make it 29-13.Jacksonville kicker Josh Lambo missed his first field goal of the season Indianapolis Colts Marvell Tell Jersey , a 52-yarder, wide left in the third quarter but then made a 55-yarder to cut the deficit to three with 4:03 left.Finally, Kenny Moore III sealed the Jags’ fate by ripping the ball away from Greene just before his leg went down and Malik Hooker scooped it up.“Offensively we’re looking to improve, put that thing away,” Reich said. “But make no mistake about it: This was a huge win for us.”Luck started fast, hooking up with Eric Ebron on a 53-yard TD pass seven plays into the game.After聽Donte Moncrief tied it聽on an 80-yard scoring play, Ebron answered with a 2-yard TD run to make it 14-7. Luck connected with聽Ebron again聽on a 12-yard TD pass, giving the tight end a career-high third score with 9:19 left in the first half.Luck finished 21 of 29 with 285 yards, one interception and was not sacked.Blake Bortles was 26 of 38 with 320 yards and two TD passes while聽Leonard Fournette聽had 53 yards rushing, 56 yards receiving and his first two scores of the season 鈥?one on the ground, one through the air.It just wasn’t enough.“It’s a good defense, a lot of respect for that defense,” Luck said. “We certainly weren’t sharp enough.”100View Gallery Gallery:View from the sidelines: NFL cheerleaders 2018Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports | Raj MehtaINJURY REPORTJaguars: Center Brandon Linder and offensive tackle Ereck Flowers both left in the third quarter with knee injuries.Colts: Defensive end Carroll Phillips left in the first half with an injured groin. Defensive tackle Grover Stewart left with an injured ankle in the fourth quarter. Neither returned.AUTOMATIC ADAMThe Colts honored the NFL’s new career scoring leader, Adam Vinatieri, before the game with a brief highlight film and the distinction of being the last starter introduced to the crowd, which roared.Vinatieri responded by聽waving to the crowd and slapping hands聽with some fans on the field. Then he added three more points to his record-breaking total (2,553) before missing a 52-yard attempt wide right with 2:58 left in the game.He also tied George Blanda for the most regular-season wins in league history (209).STAT PACKJaguars: Fournette had 29 touches, 24 carries and five receptions, in his third game this season. … Punter Logan Cooke completed a 4-yard pass on a fake field goal Cheap Marvell Tell Youth Jersey , which kept the Jags’ 17-play drive alive to open the second half. The drive ended with Fournette’s 1-yard TD catch.Colts: Ebron finished with three catches for 69 yards. … Jack Doyle and Alie-Cox, Indy’s other two tight ends, combined for five catches and 64 yards. … Rookie Jordan Wilkins broke free for Indy’s longest run of the season (53 yards) in the first half.UP NEXTJaguars: Jacksonville can snap its losing streak next Sunday when it hosts Pittsburgh.Colts: Could get back into the AFC South race by beating Tennessee at home next Sunday. The Colts Productions team has unveiled a unique and in-depth look into the NFL Draft process called "With the Next Pick." The five part series will air each Wednesday at 8pm ET. Here is an…"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕You Won’t Want to Miss Colts’ Productions Five Part Series ‘With the Next Pick’ New,4commentsEDTShareTweetShareShareYou Won’t Want to Miss Colts’ Productions Five Part Series ‘With the Next Pick’ The Colts Productions team has unveiled a unique and in-depth look into the NFL Draft process called “With the Next Pick.” The five part series will air each Wednesday at 8pm ET. Here is an overview of the first two episodes. The first episode entitled “Are We Going to Draft This Guy?” aired on Colts.com April 3. Beginning with the disappointing loss in Kansas City in January, the video focuses on the team’s early postseason work in looking forward to what lies ahead. Head coach Frank Reich makes sure to shake hands or hug each player in the locker room as he recognizes the hard work and dedication his team put in during the season. “I know we’re disappointed about today,” he said, “but man, I love what we’ve got. I love what we’ve done here. I cannot tell you how much I love you for the effort that was put forth this year, and the strides we made as a team.” “It’s hard to get to Everest the very first time you climb it. But I have learned this: even though we didn’t get the whole way to the top this year, we got pretty far up that mountain. And you know what? That makes us learn for the next time. We’ll make the whole way up there next time.”The Colts began the 2018 season in a 1-5 hole and snapped into a winning streak midway through the season, winning ten of their last 11 games. Tight end Eric Ebron also spoke to his team in the locker room following the loss at Kansas City.“Ain’t nobody take nothing from us and what we did this year,” Ebron said to his teammates. I appreciate y’all, I love y’all. We know this —- isn’t going to be the same next year, that’s how it is. But we’ve got a ——- team, boy.”The majority of the first episode features Colts’ general manager Chris Ballard diligently watching game film and jotting down notes about players that might fit the Colts’ system. Ballard also speaks highly of his team, noting the camaraderie in the locker room and the tight-knit nature of this team. “We still have work to do,” Ballard said. “But it does tell us that we’ve got the locker room going in the right direction. We have a bunch of guys that hold each other accountable, that do care about winning. Winning means something to them, their performance means something to them and their teammates mean something to them. That’s a positive thing for us going forward.”A look inside the Colts’ draft room will feature a handful of personnel and scouting interns carefully studying college athletes in the hopes of putting together as successful a draft as they had last year. Ballard makes it clear that every person in the draft room is of vital importance. The 2018 draft featured some serious impact players Indianapolis Colts Al Woods Jersey , including Pro Bowl guard Quenton Nelson and linebacker Darius Leonard - who was awarded Defensive Rookie of the Year.“When we step in this draft room, all titles go out the door, including mine. “One of the biggest things is tell me what you think,” Ballard said to his coworkers. “Tell me what you really think. I didn’t hire you to tell you what to do; I hired you to tell me what you think in your expertise and the work you’ve done.Each scout throws in his two cents on various players, noting their strengths and weaknesses and how they could be a valuable addition to the Colts’ program. “At the end of the day we’re trying to get it right for the Colts,” Ballard said. The final moments of episode one presents the most important piece of this offseason. Ed Dodds, the Colts’ assistant GM, looks at Ballard and asks, “Are we going to draft this guy?” Episode two aired Wednesday, April 10 and offers a more in-depth look at the Scouting Combine and the Senior Bowl. While episode one focused mostly on Ballard’s role in the draft process, episode two features the work that Dodds does for the team. “Some of these needs may be addressed in free agency and some may not,” Dodds said. “We gotta outwork people. That’s how we’re gonna get better.”“We ain’t done —- yet. We won a ——- wild card game.” Entitled ‘Love the Process’ – episode two transitions from the Colts’ draft room to Mobile, Ala. where more members of Colts’ personnel are introduced during the scouting process. Morocco Brown, the Director of College Scouting, explains the ins and outs of interviewing players – focusing on the fact that the ‘highlight reel’ isn’t necessarily the most important factor. “Having been through the draft that we had last year with how many guys we hit on, you can see the value of just being tireless and just continuing to go until you know what you need to know,” Brown said. Rather than focusing on what a player did or did not achieve in college, Colts scouts want to know a player’s story. Asking questions about their leadership history, how they imagine they will transition into the NFL and why they think they’d be a good addition to the team. “The people the Colts want to bring in Womens Al Woods 2019 Jersey , the people we want to put out in the community, we find all that out,” Dodds said. “If they don’t fit the profile, we’re not drafting them. Flash forward to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis where Kevin Rogers, the Colts’ Director of Pro Personnel, describes the comprehensive process of how the team goes about choosing players. “It starts with the 40s, then they move into the positional drills, and obviously you wanna see how the guys compete, how they move,” Rogers said. “It’s really our third look through a lot of these guys. We see them in the fall in the college visits, and then we get them at the all-star games. This is kind of the next step. Drafting a player is really more about who they are than what they are.”In the closing scene, Ballard delivers a toast at a Combine dinner, acknowledging the role that each person has played in winning games. “You all impact winning,” he said. “Your job is critical for what we do going forward.” “What we all thrive on is we love the chase. We love the process. We love the ability to challenge and influence each other. That’s what we’ll continue to thrive on. Each and every one of us will continue to thrive on getting better each and every day to create something that is really special. That’s the goal. To create something that other people haven’t done. And that is freaking hard – we all know it – but damn, we’re gonna do it.” Ballard encourages everyone to continue to work hard to create a team that can win a Super Bowl. He lifts a glass and closes the toast with an iconic line – “to kicking everybody’s —.” To watch the first two episodes follow along With The Next Pick through May 1, visit www.Colts.com/NextPick, @Colts on Instagram and Twitter, the Colts Facebook page or on the Colts official app.