It was set up to be the game of the week, the Jacksonville Jags winner's of 4 in a row, against the undefeated Colts, fresh off a Super Bowl Championship.
Things went awry for the Jags right from the early moments, when David Garrard limped off the field, with a bum left ankle.
In came former Rattler Quinn Gray to save the day, or at least he hoped.
Things did not end well for ole number 5, as he three two interceptions and got sacked for a safety.
With Garrard expected to miss some time, look for Quinn Gray to make his first career start against Tampa on Sunday.
"At first we didn't know what was going on, nobody knew what happened, then Quinn came in. Quinn played a good game, but they ran some things, and turnovers pretty much, but other than that, we pretty much were driving, we just had turnovers at costly times," says Jags star running back Maurice Jones-Drew.
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