Garrard Throws 2 TD's In Jags Loss To Colts

Peyton Manning threw four touchdown passes
and the Indianapolis Colts took a major step toward clinching
another AFC South title by downing the second-place Jacksonville
Jaguars 28-25.
Manning tossed his first two touchdown passes after the Colts
won a pair of replay challenges in the first quarter. He hit Dallas
Clark for a five-yard score and delivered a 48-yard scoring strike
to Reggie Wayne that put the Colts ahead 14-0.
Clark had two touchdown receptions as the Colts improved to
10-and-2 while dropping the Jaguars to 8-and-4.
Manning was 20-of-29 for 288 yards and one interception. His
favorite target was Wayne, who finished with eight catches for 158
yards.
David Garrard completed 24 of his 29 passes for 257 yards and
two touchdowns, including a 17-yard pass to Dennis Northcutt that
got the Jags within a field goal with 2:47 remaining. Fred Taylor
had 104 rushing yards for Jacksonville.


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