Finally, the Jacksonville Jaguars didn't let one slip away.
The team that leads the NFL in surrendered leads since 2014 pulled out a gutsy 30-27 victory Sunday over the Indianapolis Colts despite conceding three fourth-quarter touchdowns to Andrew Luck and Frank Gore.
Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles held his own versus Luck, throwing for two touchdowns and running for a third. Bortles finished 19 of 33 for 207 yards and three sacks, Luck went 27 of 42 for 234 yards, two TDs, six sacks and a costly first-quarter pick.
Still, Luck's three fourth-quarter touchdown drives — the last capped by a 64-yarder to Phillip Dorsett against busted coverage — rattled...