What The Dean noticed from the Colts’ 34-3 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday at EverBank Field:

Trap game?
Uh no. After a slow start the Colts went about the business of taking care of business. The defense generated two early interceptions of Jaguars QB Blaine Gabbert and CB Darius Butler returned the second one 41 yards for a touchdown. Once the cushion was created Gabbert and the Jaguars had zero chance.

That’s how upper-echelon teams handle so-called trap games. The Colts could have suffered a letdown after beating the 49ers on the road and facing the winless Jaguars with Seattle up next.

Didn’t happen.

Containing MJD
Done. Jaguars’ RB Maurice Jones-Drew brought averages of 106.8 yards per game and 5.4 yards per attempt versus the Colts into the game. He was a non-factor. Part of that was a byproduct of the Colts’ big lead early. But when things were tight Jones-Drew was stuffed by the defense. He had just 21 yards on nine carries in the first half.

Luck-y day
Luck passed for 164 yards in last week’s win over the 49ers the lowest output of his young career. Any concerns were erased against the Jaguars’ porous pass defense. Luck finished 22-of-36 passing for 260 yards and touchdowns to TE Coby Fleener and WR Reggie Wayne.

Luck was off target early — 7-of-13 for 67 yards and one interception in the first quarter — but found his rhythm and his receivers. His 31-yard TD to Fleener was little more than a pitch-and-catch. Jacksonville blew its coverage leaving Fleener wide open down the right seam.