Carson Wentz puts in career-best performance, but Colts fall to Ravens in overtime
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Carson Wentz put in one of the best overall performances of his career in Monday night’s matchup against the Baltimore Ravens, registering single-game career-highs in passing yards, passer rating and yards-per-attempt. But t
How Colts Responded To 'Very Frustrating' Loss To Baltimore Ravens
The Colts squandered a 19-point second half lead to fall, 31-25, to the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football in Week 5. Here’s what players and coach Frank Reich had to say about the loss after the game.
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5 Things Learned: Colts Collapse, Suffer Historic Loss To Ravens
Colts vs. Ravens: How the Colts blew at 19-point, 2nd-half lead
An injured kicker and a collapsing defense led to the Colts' overtime loss to the Ravens on 'Monday Night Football.'
Colts collapse in soul-crushing loss at Baltimore | Sports | heraldbulletin.com
Poised for a statement victory with a 16-point lead in the fourth quarter Monday night, the Indianapolis Colts instead suffered an epic collapse in a soul-crushing 31-25 overtime loss against
Jake's Takes | Colts vs. Ravens: A Collapse Colts Couldn't Afford - Sports Illustrated Indianapolis Colts News, Analysis and More
The Indianapolis Colts squandered a 19-point second-half lead and fell to the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football, 31-25.
Positional Grades: Indianapolis Colts vs. Baltimore Ravens - Sports Illustrated Indianapolis Colts News, Analysis and More
A 16-point Indianapolis Colts lead disappeared in the blink of an eye Monday night, leading to a 31-25 loss in overtime to the Baltimore Ravens in one of the worst losses in the Frank Reich era. The report card won't be pretty.
Ravens rally to beat Colts 31-25 in overtime on Monday Night Football
Lamar Jackson hit Marquise Brown for a five-yard touchdown to complete a furious rally as the Ravens beat the Colts 31 to 25 in overtime in Baltimore on Monday Night Football.
A defeat that defies belief: Instead of season-altering win, Colts crumble in Baltimore – The Athletic
A 19-point third-quarter lead evaporated, leaving a deflated team and head coach to second-guess decisions and themselves at 1-4.
Injured Rodrigo Blankenship missed the mark, but other Colts also came up short vs. Ravens – The Athletic
The kicker's painful hip resulted in some of the most glaring mistakes in Indy's catastrophic collapse, but they weren't the only ones.