While nobody is upset that the preseason is ending, we do have one last look back at the preseason to take before moving on to games that actually matter.
In one sense the preseason is meaningless. It's hard to learn new things about a team in the preseason. The preseason is for learning about individual players, not entire units. That being said, we can have some things confirmed during the preseason, something that was easy to find for the Colts.
In some ways this was good: bright young players confirmed their rise among the NFL's brightest future stars. In other ways it was a much more depressing note, as concerns were confirmed.
So looking at both sides of the coin, what were the ten most important things we learned from the Colts preseason?