Watch: Jaguars RB James Robinson breaks free for 37-yard TD

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The Jacksonville Jaguars continued their early demolition of the Indianapolis Colts with another touchdown drive to take a 14-0 lead.

After Trevor Lawrence converted a first-and-20 with a 26-yard pass to Christian Kirk, running back James Robinson broke loose for a 37-yard touchdown.

Prior to his big run, the Jaguars weren’t finding much success on the ground, but Lawrence was picking apart the Colts secondary. James Robinson and Travis Etienne had only 20 rushing yards on 12 combined attempts before the touchdown.

The play pushed Robinson higher in the Jaguars record books, making him the third player in franchise history — along with Fred Taylor and Leonard Fournette — to eclipse 2,500 scrimmage yards in his first 30 career games.

Robinson also tied Fournette and former Jaguars quarterback David Garrard for fifth in franchise history in rushing touchdowns with 17.

Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire