Live game updates: Colts lead Ravens on 'Monday Night Football'
The Indianapolis Colts visit the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL Week 5 edition of "Monday Night Football" on ESPN (8:15 p.m.).
The Colts (1-3) are coming off their first victory of the season, while the Ravens (3-1) have won three straight.
Quarterback Carson Wentz leads the Colts' offense, which will be without key offensive linemen Quenton Nelson and Braden Smith. Key defensive players on the sideline tonight include rookie pass rusher Kwity Paye and cornerback Rock Ya-Sin.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson leads the Ravens. Tackle Ronnie Stanley is out for tonight's game.
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Rigoberto Sanchez misses a 42-yard field goal try, but the Ravens are offside. Rodrigo Blankenship then comes on to make a 37-yarder after time had expired. Colts 10, Ravens 3
Carson Wentz is 14-of-21 passing for 189 yards, 76 of those yards coming on an opening touchdown screen pass to Jonathan Taylor. The Colts have rushed for 45 yards.
Lamar Jackson is 8-of-11 passing for 107 yards, and he has rushed for 30 yards. Mark Andrews has 4 catches for 52 yards.
Baltimore, which is trying to break an NFL record for consecutive 100-yard rushing games (the Ravens have 43 in a row), has 41 rushing yards.
There are 2 minutes remaining in the first half, and the Ravens are in Colts territory. Sammy Watkins left the game with a hamstring injury after this play.
Ryan Kelly leaves the field and Danny Pinter is in at center. That means 3 of the Colts O-linemen are reserves. Chris Reed is in for the injured Quenton Nelson at guard, and Matt Pryor is in for the injured Braden Smith at right tackle. (Kelly returned later in the first half.)
For the second time, the Colts move into Baltimore territory but are snuffed out by a sack. Rigoberto Sanchez punts and Baltimore takes over at its 12 with 10:09 left in the second quarter.
8:50 p.m. — Colts lead Ravens 7-0 in the second quarter
The Colts hold the Ravens to 9 rushing yards in the first quarter, forcing 3 punts. Carson Wentz has passed for 130 yards and a touchdown, but he also lost a fumble on a sack. The Colts have 38 rushing yards.
The Ravens get to Carson Wentz and knock the ball loose. Baltimore recovers at its 19 with 3:38 left in the first quarter. The Colts had driven 65 yards on 11 plays before the fumble.
8:22 p.m. — Colts score on their first drive
Jonathan Taylor takes the screen from Carson Wentz and sprints 76 yards for a touchdown with 12:59 left in the first quarter. Colts 7, Ravens 0
Matt Pryor appears to be in place at right tackle in place of the injured Braden Smith. He replaced Julien Davenport at that spot in last week's win over the Miami Dolphins.
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