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Colts rolling Jags, who lost Marcedes Lewis

Robert Mathis AP

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.

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5 Responses to “Colts rolling Jags, who lost Marcedes Lewis”
  1. kivory82 says: Sep 29, 2013 2:56 PM

    Bridgewater baby!!!

  2. rajbais says: Sep 29, 2013 2:59 PM

    Roll over??

    It shouldn’t have been 20-3 at halftime.

    It should have been 40-3.

  3. cwk22 says: Sep 29, 2013 3:04 PM

    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!

  4. rickyspanish says: Sep 29, 2013 3:07 PM

    I wish teriyaki joints were open on Sundays, sounds tasty.

  5. xbox4wwe says: Sep 29, 2013 3:14 PM

    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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