The Ravens host the Colts on “Monday Night Football” for their third primetime matchup this season.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson will likely build off of his success during the Ravens’ 23-7 win against the Broncos last week. The 24-year-old completed 22 passes for 316 yards and totaled a passing touchdown during their victory on the road.
Coming off their first win of the season against the Dolphins, the Colts offense will look to continue their momentum against the Ravens. Quarterback Carson Wentz completed 24 passes for 228 yards and totaled two passing touchdowns during their 27-17 win in Miami. Running back Jonathan Taylor had one of the best games in his NFL career, recording 103 rushing yards and a touchdown.
The Baltimore defense will be tested by Taylor, who is expected to dominate on the ground. Wentz will face the challenge of fighting through the Ravens’ 24th-ranked passing defense, which held both Broncos’ quarterbacks to 178 yards with four sacks and an interception.
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Colts vs. Ravens score
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All times Eastern.
Halftime: Colts 10, Ravens 3
9:37: FIELD GOAL COLTS. Blankenship kicks the ball between the pipes to end the half. Colts lead 10-3 at the half.
9:36: Colts’ punter Roberto Sanchez attempts a field goal, but the kick is no good. Humphrey goes offside for the Ravens before the kick, forcing a redo. Blankenship comes out for the 37-yard attempt.
9:33: Pittman makes the catch on fourth down with three seconds remaining in the half. The Colts bring out their field-goal team to extend their lead before the half.
9:31: Wentz completes to Michael Pittman to give the Colts a first down at the Ravens’ 39.
9:27: FIELD GOAL RAVENS. Baltimore gets on the board with a 23-yard score from Justin Tucker. Colts lead 7-3 with 1:36 remaining in the first half.
9:25: After hitting his last six targets, Jackson couldn’t complete for the score on third down.
9:20: Lamar Jackson finds Mark Andrews for a 28-yard gain to put the Ravens inside scoring territory.
9:15: Ravens’ rookie third-round pick Ben Cleveland is carted off the field. Sammy Watkins enters the medical tent with a hamstring issue and is questionable to return.
9:10: Sammy Watkins completes a pass from Jackson for a 28-yard-gain. The Ravens move the chains to start at their 44.
9:05: Colts’ center Ryan Kelly goes down, and is being evaluated by trainers.
9:03: Attempting to run the ball, Jackson goes down before the line of scrimmage to force the Ravens to punt for the fourth time.
8:59: Lamar Jackson makes the Ravens’ longest rushing drive of the night with a 13-yard run to give Baltimore a fresh set of downs at the 23.
8:55: Tavon Young brings down Wentz on third down to force the Colts to punt. Lamar Jackson leads the Ravens to take over at the 12.
8:50: Jonathan Taylor spins while getting tackled by multiple defenders to give the Colts the first down at the 44.
First Quarter: Colts 7, Ravens 0
8:43: The Ravens punt the ball for the third time. Colts total 164 yards on offense to end the first quarter while Baltimore totals 36 yards on three drives, 0-for-3 on third downs.
8:38: Wentz is brought down by Ravens’ rookie Odafe Oweh and he forces a fumble. Brandon Williams recovers, allowing the Ravens to take over from their 19 with 3:38 remaining in the first quarter.
8:30: The Colts challenge a catch by Mark Andrews that was ruled a complete pass. The call is overturned to give the Ravens a consecutive three-and-out start and are forced to punt again.
8:22: TOUCHDOWN COLTS. After completing a toss from Wentz on third down and 15, Jonathan Taylor makes breaks free for a 76-yard score to put the Colts on the board. The Colts take an early 7-0 lead with 12:59 remaining in the first quarter.
8:17: The Ravens go three-and-out on their first possession and are forced to punt. The Colts start their first drive from their 29.
8:15: The Colts win the toss and defer. The Ravens will start with the ball.
Colts vs. Ravens start time
- Date: Monday, Oct. 11
- Kickoff: 8:15 p.m ET
“Monday Night Football” will kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET. Every Monday night game in 2021 is scheduled to start at that time.
How to watch ‘Monday Night Football
“Monday Night Football” will air on ESPN, as always. The traditional broadcast will consist of play-by-play man Steve Levy, analysts Brian Griese and Louis Riddick as well as sideline reporter Lisa Salters.
Streamers will be able to watch the game via Watch ESPN, the ESPN app or by using fuboTV, which comes with a seven-day free trial.
In Canada, viewers can watch the Colts vs. Ravens contest on DAZN, which has rights to every NFL game.
‘Monday Night Football’ schedule 2021
|Week 1||Sept. 13||Las Vegas Raiders vs. Baltimore Ravens|
|Week 2||Sept. 20||Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions|
|Week 3||Sept. 27||Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles|
|Week 4||Oct. 4||Los Angeles Chargers vs. Las Vegas Raiders|
|Week 5||Oct. 11||Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts|
|Week 6||Oct. 18||Tennessee Titans vs. Buffalo Bills|
|Week 7||Oct. 25||Seattle Seahawks vs. New Orleans Saints|
|Week 8||Nov. 1||Kansas City Chiefs vs. New York Giants|
|Week 9||Nov. 8||Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Chicago Bears|
|Week 10||Nov. 15||San Francisco 49ers vs. Los Angeles Rams|
|Week 11||Nov. 22||Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New York Giants|
|Week 12||Nov. 29||Washington Football Team vs. Seattle Seahawks|
|Week 13||Dec. 6||Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots|
|Week 14||Dec. 13||Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams|
|Week 15||Dec. 20||Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings|
|Week 16||Dec. 27||New Orleans Saints vs. Miami Dolphins|
|Week 17||Jan. 3||Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns|
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