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Colts News: Two costly mistakes against Ravens show Colts have no room for error

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Two costly mistakes against Ravens show Colts have no room for error - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
The Colts held the Ravens to 54 yards in the first half, but a fumble and a odd call on an interception were too much for Indianapolis to overcome.

Colts fumble away opportunity to measure up to Ravens | Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS – Opportunity knocked. With the Lucas Oil Stadium roof and window wide open on a resplendent Sunday, it rapped its knuckles on the front door. Baltimore, an undeniable BMOC in the AFC, represented something of a measuring stick for the Indianapolis Colts, who matched the Ravens’ 5-2 record but lacked their pedigree. Indy’s five […]

Indianapolis Colts QB Philip Rivers salty after review turns incompletion into interception
Colts quarterback Philip Rivers was a bit agitated about a challenge review that turned a third-quarter incompletion into an interception that would set up a Ravens touchdown.

Colts news: Philip Rivers on INT: "Called by somebody who 'probably hadn't thrown a football in his life"
The call on the field was an interception and a fumble recovery.

Why Did The Ball Thrown By Philip Rivers Get Overturned To An Interception? | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
Why Did The Ball Thrown By Philip Rivers Get Overturned To An Interception?

Colts Notebook: Controversy surrounds Peters' 'interception' | Sports | heraldbulletin.com
INDIANAPOLIS – Philip Rivers saw an opportunity.

Colts offense isn’t good enough to overcome monster mistakes against Ravens
The Colts offense isn't on the defense's level. Who knows if they ever get there.

5 Things Learned: Colts Wilt In Second Half, Lose To Ravens | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
5 Things Learned: Colts Wilt In Second Half, Lose To Ravens

After a solid first half, the Colts were unable to get the momentum back in the second half of Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Ravens
The Indianapolis Colts had a mostly solid first half of football — particularly on defense — in Sunday’s Week 9 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens, but Baltimore showed why it’s one of the top teams in the AFC in the second half, taking advantage of a k

Check out the stats and notes from the Colts' Week 9 loss to the Baltimore Ravens
Check out a list of stats and notes from the Indianapolis Colts’ 2020 Week 9 loss to the Baltimore Ravens at Lucas Oil Stadium.

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Colts let this one get away despite dubious interception – The Athletic
This was their first major test in a season when they’ve had the league’s softest schedule thus far, and they failed to deliver.

Philip Rivers, Colts' offense holding team back – The Athletic
The Colts are good enough to beat up on bad teams, but not good enough to hang with the good ones.

Colts' lack of elite offensive talent is glaring in loss to Ravens – The Athletic
Do the Colts have enough offensive firepower to compete with the elite teams in the NFL?

Colts vs. Ravens: Defense deserved better after shutting down Lamar Jackson
Indianapolis became the first defense since the start of the 2019 season to hold the Ravens to fewer than 3 yards per carry.

Colts vs. Ravens: Colts fumble offensive identity in loss to Lamar Jackson
The Colts have been unable to run the ball all season, but now they’re playing games where it will matter and paid for it Sunday in loss to Baltimore.

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