Colts rolling Jags, who lost Marcedes Lewis

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The Colts have been a bit disjointed, and have looked far from polished offensively.

But they’re playing the Jaguars, which lowers the bar significantly.

The Colts are up 20-3 at halftime, and it could easily be a larger margin if they were more efficient.

The Jaguars are a mess on offense, and it’s getting worse.

Quarterback Blaine Gabbert got his passer rating up to 13.5 late (he was at 6.4 before a final three-and-out), with a pair of interceptions off the hands of wide receiver Cecil Shorts. One of them was returned for a touchdown by Colts cornerback Darius Butler.

Also, tight end Marcedes Lewis left with a calf injury, and won’t return. He missed the first three games with the same problem, and left in the first quarter of his debut without a catch.

5 responses to “Colts rolling Jags, who lost Marcedes Lewis

  1. Time for thegreatgabbert to tell us how poor “Gabs” just can’t catch a break. Poor guy. He doesn’t stink. It’s all his new receivers that are at fault. His stiff play and unneeded panic aren’t his his fault either. I hope thegreatgabbert has a good shrink to get through the tough times ahead when he gets cut next year. Reality bites!

  2. Jags fan here and ive sat and watched all the Jags games this year. Without being heavily intoxicated. I might add lol. Caldwell came in here with a terrible team due to Gene Smith. He can’t fix everything in 1 year. He’s got to let Gabbert play this out so Gabbert helps Dave get his own QB in the draft to replace him. Believe me I would love then to win a game but I’m tired of not having a franchise QB. So if it takes a terrible season to get it, then why not bring on 0-16 and Teddy “F’n” Bridgewater!!

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