- Paul Kuharsky, ESPN Staff Writer
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JACKSONVILLE -- The Jaguars rewarded their first sellout crowd of the season with a thriller, but ultimately couldn’t quite measure up to the Colts.
Wayne's TD was the game’s ninth lead change and put the Colts ahead for good with 5:23 remaining in the game.
The Jaguars had two more possessions to take the game back.
The first was undone by an illegal formation penalty, a missed open receiver, and a sack.
And so the Colts grew their record regular season winning streak to 23, kept alive the possibility they will go 16-0, and dealt an AFC South rival a loss that means it no longer controls its own playoff fate.