The Jaguars have a new starting quarterback, but even if rookie Blake Bortles was the perfect mixture of the greats mentioned above, it wouldn’t be enough.

The Jaguars’ defense has fallen that hard.

Indianapolis scored on its first six possessions in a 44-17 laugher on Sunday at EverBank Field. The Colts took a 30-0 lead into halftime.

“As coaches, we’ll look at it, and we’ll tear it apart,” Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said. “We’ll put a lot of the blame on us, and we’ll share it, but sooner or later, they have to be able to stand up. We can’t continue like this. We have to get to the bottom of it.”

The first three games of the season have been a horror show that gets gorier by the week for the defensive-minded Bradley and defensive coordinator Bob Babich.

Philadelphia gained 420 yards in Week One, a 34-17 Eagles victory.

Washington followed that up with a 41-point output in which the Redskins rolled to 449 yards.

The Colts outpaced them both. Indianapolis gained 529 yards, the fourth-most ever allowed by the Jaguars in a game. The 44 points tied for fourth-worst.

The Jaguars thought they’d made strides defensively. It started with last season’s turnaround from 0-8 to 4-12. The Jaguars put together a 4-4 finish by gelling on defense. No opponent scored 31 or more points on the Jaguars in that eight-game stretch.