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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: The Jaguars can still make the playoffs

After the most convincing win of Gus Bradley's career, it's time to remind everyone the Jaguars can still win the AFC South and make the playoffs.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars can still make the playoffs -
The Jags look good, don't they? Blake Bortles, not throwing a single pass from in front of the line of scrimmage this week, threw for 2 touchdowns and ran for another, going for 250 yards through the air. Denard Robinson, in for T.J. Yeldon at running back after the starter went down, ran for 74 yards on 14 carries and a touchdown.

Jaguars score 51 points for first time in a regular season game -
The Jacksonville Jaguars did something they've never done against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. They scored 50 or more points in the regular season. That's right. Gus Bradley -- Gus Bradley -- is the first Jaguars head coach to get his team to 50 or more points in a regular season game.

Jaguars halt Colts' 16-game winning streak in AFC South -
The Indianapolis Colts no longer have a stranglehold on the AFC South. At least not while Andrew Luck remains on the sideline. Blake Bortles threw for three touchdowns and ran for a score -- all in the second half -- and the Jacksonville Jaguars beat Indianapolis 51-16 on Sunday to end the Colts' 16-game winning streak in the division. It was the longest division streak in NFL history. Now it's over, ended in lopsided fashion by an unlikely foe.