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Vinatieri broke Mike Vanderjagt’s franchise scoring record with his first field goal, a 54-yarder, then became the first player in NFL history to top 1,000 points with two different teams on his second field goal... The Colts now are 11-5 all-time against Jacksonville in Indianapolis and tied the NFL record for consecutive wins against one division (15), which was set by the 1972-73 Miami Dolphins... Hurns had eight receptions in the first half, surpassing his previous career best in just two quarters. DEFENSIVE GEMS – Colts’ running back Frank Gore fumbled at the Jaguars’ 5-yard line. Defensive tackle Abry Jones recovered in the end zone. The fumble was forced by safety Josh Evans. Safety Johnathan Cyprien recovered a fumble by Indianapolis running back Josh Robinson. The fumble was caused by linebacker Dan Skuta. INJURY UPDATE - Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny, who made five first-half tackles, left the game with an ankle sprain in the third quarter. Two other players did not finish the game, cornerback Aaron Colvin (shoulder) and safety James Sample (shoulder). Jacksonville placed right guard Brandon Linder on injured reserve Monday and linebacker James-Michael Johnson was added to the active roster. Rookie A.J. Cann started in place of Linder against the Colts Sunday and is expected to remain the starter. Linebacker John Lotulelei sustained a concussion against the Colts. GIVING BACK – The Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation pledged $500,000 to name the gymnasium in the new Winston Family YMCA in Riverside and continue its support of the Willie Galimore Community Center pool in St. Augustine. “The team’s investment in the new Winston YMCA and recommitment to the Galimore pool is part of a wider partnership the Jaguars organization has with the First Coast YMCA to support the health and wellbeing of our community, particularly for children and families,” said Peter Racine, President of the Jaguars Foundation. The new Winston Family YMCA is scheduled to be complete in August 2016. AROUND THE AFC SOUTH – The good news for the Jaguars heading into week five. They play in the weakest division in the NFL. Indianapolis is the only team in the AFC South with more than one win. The Houston Texans and Jaguars are each 1-3. The Tennessee Titans—who were on a bye this week— are 1-2. The Colts and Texans played Thursday night. The Tennessee Titans host the Buffalo Bills (2-2) Sunday. UP NEXT – The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-3) and Jaguars meet for just the sixth time in the regular season Sunday at 1 p.m. in Raymond James Stadium. Jacksonville leads the series 4-1, with the Bucs winning the inaugural meeting between the clubs with a 17-16 victory in Tampa in 1995. Jacksonville claimed each of the last four contests, winning three in Jacksonville along with a 24-23 win in Tampa in 2007.The Bucs signed kicker Connor Barth. The move comes after the team released rookie Kyle Brindza, who had been the team’ starter through their first four games.