Lamar Jackson reached out to Marquise and made a 5-yard touchdown. This was the end of a fierce rally.
Marquis Brown and Indianapolis’ Lamar Jackson both scored 5-yard touchdowns as the Ravens won overtime in Baltimore. This was during Monday’s football game. Beat the Colts 31-25.
Blankenship had also a blocked 37 yard attempt. This would allow the Colts 2 touchdowns with just 5 minutes remaining in the game.
Two touchdowns were scored by the Ravens in the fourth quarter. Rodrigo Blankenship missed a 47 yard field goal to force overtime because of a hip problem.
The Colts dominated the game for most of it. Wentz called Taylor to get a screen pass. Taylor took the lead in two minutes.
Since moving to Indianapolis, this is the first time that the Colts have been able to lose 16 points in the fourth quarter.
It was a bizarre sequence that ended the first period. Kicker Rigoberto Sánchez missed a 42-yard field goal with running back Nyheim Hines. Blankenship, the regular kicker, ran 37 yards to give the Colts 10-3 lead at the half.
The Colts increased their lead in second-half thanks to Michael Pittman Jr.’s brilliant play. After struggling to catch the ball, the 6-4 wide receiver went into the end zone for one minutes. It was a 42-yard touchdown, and the team led 16-3.
Carson Wentz threw 402 yards and scored two touchdowns. Jonathan Taylor threw 169 yards and scored two touchdowns.
Jackson was forced to make a mistake by Julian Blackmond, and the Ravens scored to bring it down to a possession match. Darius Leonard recovered, and he was flanked by Isaiah Rogers who returned him to TD. This was an illegal forward pass by the referee, but Taylor’s four-yard run will allow Taylor to score for Colts 22-9.