We didn't really learn anything new about the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.
They came to Jacksonville, they conquered with ease in a 37-3 win and they left without any major injuries. At 3-1, they move on.
As for the Jaguars? We already knew they were terrible. Sunday provided us with a reminder of their ineptitude, which is both vast and relentless. Through four games, Jacksonville has been outscored 129-31.
Here's what else we learned:
1. Blaine Gabbert continues to show nothing. The Jaguars quarterback averaged just over 5 yards per attempt and threw three interceptions, one of which was brought back for a game-turning touchdown in the second quarter. Each Gabbert start reinforces the notion that he's not the answer.
2. Colts running back Trent Richardson scored a touchdown from close in for a second consecutive week, but he brought his yards-per-carry issues with him from Cleveland. He finished with 60 yards on 20 carries.
4. Marcedes Lewis' return had promised some sort of hope on offense for the Jaguars. Instead, the tight end re-injured his calf in the first quarter and did not return. It's the same calf he hurt in the preseason, costing him the first three games.
5. One more depressing stat about the Jaguars before we go: The offense hasn't scored a first-half touchdown since Dec. 30. They've been outscored 75-8 in that time. Good grief.The "Around The League Podcast" is now available on iTunes! Click here to listen and subscribe.