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INDIANAPOLIS – T.Y. Hilton celebrated the birth of his first child with a 73-yard TD catch, spurring a second-half turnaround that allowed Indianapolis to pull away from Jacksonville 23-3 on Sunday.
Andrew Luck was 21 of 32 for 253 yards with one score, but his streak of consecutive 300-yard games ended at eight — one short of Drew Brees' NFL record.
The Colts (7-4) have won 11 straight against AFC South foes. Jacksonville (1-10) has lost four straight overall and five straight to Indy.
Hilton promised to score a touchdown for his new daughter, but it sure wasn't easy. Luck was sacked five times, fumbled three times and lost two of those in the first half.
But Indy still led 6-3 at the half and 13-3 after Trent Richardson's 1-yard TD run in the third quarter. Hilton's long catch made it 20-3. Adam Vinatieri's third field goal capped the scoring.
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