Colts 30, Jaguars 10: Andrew Luck and T.Y. Hilton hooked up 11 times for 155 yards while Donald Brown and Trent Richardson each had touchdown runs as host Indianapolis rolled into the playoffs on a high note.
Luck went 26-of-37 for 282 yards and a touchdown before going to the bench with a 27-3 lead and letting Matt Hasselbeck finish off the blowout for the Colts (11-5), who have won their last three games by a combined score of 78-20. Hilton set career highs for receptions and yards while Griff Whalen caught a TD pass for Indianapolis, which finished with a perfect record against the AFC South for the first time since the division was formed in 2002 and settled in as the No. 4 seed in the conference.
Chad Henne finished 30-of-51 for 331 yards with a touchdown and an interception for the Jaguars (4-12), who lost three straight to end the season. Kerry Taylor had eight catches for 75 yards and a TD while Maurice Jones-Drew added 90 yards from scrimmage.
Brown's 1-yard plunge and Richardson's 2-yard run capped off touchdown drives on the Colts' first two possessions, and they tacked on a field goal on their third series for a 17-0 lead. It was 20-3 at halftime before Luck and Whalen hooked up for a 7-yard TD to cap an 80-yard drive that started the third quarter.
Indianapolis played conservatively in the fourth, content to rest most of their starters and run down the clock. The Jaguars punted twice and turned it over on downs two times in the second half before putting together a 91-yard drive in the final two minutes.
GAME NOTEBOOK: Luck (8,196) passed Cam Newton for the most passing yards by an NFL player in his first two seasons. … Henne went over 3,000 passing yards for the second time in his career and first since 2010 with Miami. … Colts K Adam Vinatieri booted three field goals and three extra points, giving him 2,006 career points - fifth-most all-time.