Kavell Conner

Thrashing of terrible Colts team offers few lessons for Ravens

The Ravens trounced the Indianapolis Colts Sunday, and there are indications they are peaking, but it is hard to tell.

You like what you saw out of them. They had balance on an offense that produced 146 yards rushing and 227 passing. The Ravens' defense physically dominated the Colts up front with four sacks, while holding Indianapolis to 167 yards of total offense.

But here's the rub: The Colts are terrible. They are pathetic and one of the worst teams in NFL history, including some of those from Cincinnati. Upon further review, the league needs to watch film of the Colts to determine if they are playing this poorly just to obtain Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck...