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Colts dominate Jaguars, win 29-7
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- All that talk about defending Super Bowl champion Indianapolis being better this season just might be true.
The Colts dominated every aspect of Monday night's showdown against the Jacksonville Jaguars, easily winning 29-7 and once again taking charge in the AFC South. They also moved a step close to setting up an undefeated matchup with New England (7-0). The teams meet Nov. 4.
The Patriots should provide more of a challenge than the Jaguars did.
Joseph Addai and Kenton Keith combined for 141 yards rushing, Peyton Manning and Reggie Wayne picked apart Jacksonville's secondary, and the Colts avenged their most embarrassing loss of last season.
Indianapolis (6-0) improved to 3-0 in the division and left Jacksonville (4-2), Tennessee and Houston in the all-too-familiar chase mode. The Colts, have won the last four division titles,.