1:00 PM ET, September 18, 2005
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The Indianapolis Colts have a new winning combination -- patience and defense.
|It was over when ...|
|... Ran Carthon scored on a 6-yard run in the fourth quarter. The Colts' defense then shut down a Jags comeback attempt in the game's final two minutes.||Game ball goes to ...|
|Colts D. A close second is Jags receiver Jimmy Smith, who became the 12th member of the 800-reception club during the game, finishing with 802 overall.||ESPN's take ...|
I'm very excited by what I'm seeing from the Colts defense. They have brought in guys who are hungry and are playing with tenacity. They have young cornerbacks who are flying around and making plays. This team looks like they are playing with an extra guy and we're just seeing the beginning of what they can do. This has the potential to be a very special team if the defense continues to play well.
-- Eric Allen
The fourth-quarter comeback was the 23rd of Manning's career. ... The Jaguars don't play another division game until Nov. 6. ... Sunday's game marked the first time in James' career that he rushed for 100 yards against the Jaguars. ... Harrison's three catches gave him 854 in his career, breaking a tie for sixth all-time with Irving Fryer, who had 851.
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Team Stat Comparison
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
|Yards per play||5.1||4.1|
Yards per pass
Yards per rush
|FG||8:01||Josh Scobee 28 Yd |
Drive: 7 plays, 23 yds, 3:40
|TD||6:33||Ran Carthon 6 Yd Run (Mike Vanderjagt Kick) |
Drive: 17 plays, 88 yds, 8:59
|FG||13:10||Mike Vanderjagt 41 Yd |
Drive: 9 plays, 34 yds, 3:51