The defense looked solid for the most of the first half and the offense didn't look too terrible either, but the Jacksonville Jaguars will have to dig themselves out of a hole in the second half, as they enter halftime down 20-3 to the Indianapolis Colts.
The return of quarterback Blaine Gabbert didn't go too well for the Jaguars, although the box score would make his performance appear much worse than it actually was. While he completed just 6-of-13 passes and tossed two interceptions, it's tough to fully blame the quarterback for a pair of passes that both hit Cecil Shorts III in the hands first before being bobbled into the arms of Indianapolis defenders.
Still, he bailed on clean pockets at times, sensing phantom pressure, and seemed to play worse after he had to face the adversity of a pair of interceptions. If the Jaguars hope to compete in the second half, he'll have to play better.
Your daily reminder that the rebuild is going to take some time.