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LIVE BLOG 38-20: Jacksonville's strong second half dooms Colts, 38-20

The Colts were atop the AFC South following a 20-point win against Jacksonville in mid-November.
(WTHR file photo/Ben Reiff)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Gardner Minshew turned in his best performance in two months in Jacksonville's season finale.

The rookie threw for 295 yards and three touchdowns as the Jaguars beat Indianapolis 38-20.

Minshew surely strengthened his case to be the team's starting quarterback in 2020.

Coach Doug Marrone might be around, too.

Marrone's status has been unclear since team owner Shad Khan fired top executive Tom Coughlin last week.

Khan will meet with Marrone, general manager Dave Caldwell and others in the coming days before deciding anyone's fate.

Q4 4:49: 18 yard TD pass from Minshew. Jaguars 38, Colts 20

Q4 9:27: Jax recovers fumble, runs for score. Jaguars 31, Colts 20

6:40 p.m. END OF THIRD QUARTER: Jaguars 24, Colts 20

Q3 8:27: Jax touchdown and 2 point conversion is good. Jaguars 24, Colts 20

Q2 0:02: Lambo's 56-yard field goal is good. Colts 20, Jaguars 16

Q2 0:44: McLaughlin's 50 yard field goal is good. Colts 20, Jaguars 13

Q2 1:26: Darius Leonard picks off a Minshew pass. It's Leonard's fifth interception of the season.

Q2 02:11: Mack runs for another TD, Colts retake lead 17-13

Q2 05:42: Cole's TD puts Jacksonville in front for first time, 13-10

Q2 12:04: Lambo's 53-yard field goal is good. Colts 10, Jaguars 6.

5:04 p.m. END OF FIRST QUARTER: Colts 10, Jaguars 3

Q1 0:41: Mack rushing touchdown, Colts extend lead to, 10-3.

Q1 6:19 Jacksonville draws even with a field goal of their own, 3-3.

Q1 9:06 Drive stalls, Colts settle for a 20-year field goal to take a 3-0 lead.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (WTHR) The Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars are trying to close out disappointing seasons with a victory in their season finale.

The Colts were atop the AFC South following a 20-point win against Jacksonville in mid-November.

But four consecutive losses knocked them out of playoff contention.

The Jaguars have dropped six of their last seven. All six were by double digits, leaving coach Doug Marrone needing to convince owner Shad Khan he deserves a chance to fix his mess without overbearing personnel chief Tom Coughlin.

Coughlin was fired last week.