COLTS BEAT RAVENS, 17-15

A late field goal from Matt Stover and an interception by linebacker Gary Brackett helped the Colts defeat the Ravens, 17-15.

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FINALAfter picking up a first down and running the game clock down to 30 seconds, the Colts called timeout and punted to the Ravens. But Baltimore's Ed Reed attempted a lateral on the return, which was recovered by linebacker Freddy Keiaho.

After a booth review, officials confirmed Reed had fumbled and the Colts recovered. Manning kneeled the ball to run out the clock.

The Colts improve to 10-0 and have now won 19 consecutive regular-season games. COLTS 17, RAVENS 15 FOURTH QUARTER (2:49 remaining)With the Ravens marching towards the end zone, the Colts defense came up with its first turnover of the game. Linebacker Gary Brackett intercepted Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco's short pass attempt over the middle and was tackled after an eight-yard return. The Colts' offense will take over from their own 21.FOURTH QUARTER (7:02 remaining)In need of a score to retake the lead, the Colts marched 60 yards down the field and kicker Matt Stover kicked a 25-yard field goal to put the Colts up by two. COLTS 17, RAVENS 15 FOURTH QUARTER (10:12 remaining)The Colts defense came up with a critical goal-line stand, stopping Ravens rushes short of the end zone on first, second and third down. Cundiff converted his fifth field goal of the day (20 yards) to give Baltimore the lead. COLTS 14, RAVENS 15 END OF THIRD QUARTER – COLTS 14, RAVENS 12 THIRD QUARTER (4:55 remaining)The Ravens once again drove deep into Indianapolis territory, but the Colts defense came up with yet another timely stop. Baltimore kicker Billy Cundiff's fifth field-goal attempt of the day from 30 yards sailed wide right and the Colts will take over from their own 12.*   HALFTIME*
The Ravens kicked their fourth field goal of the half (36 yards) to pull within two points just before the half. The Colts' offense outgained Baltimore's in the first half 246-148, but suffered two turnover which set up Baltimore scores. COLTS 14, RAVENS 12 SECOND QUARTER (1:23 remaining)The Colts scored their second touchdown of the game on a five-yard rush from running back Joseph Addai. Indianapolis' 80-yard drive was aided by two big plays, a 21-yard run from Addai and a 22-yard catch from tight end Tom Santi. COLTS 14, RAVENS 9 SECOND QUARTER (4:43 remaining)The Colts continue to keep the Ravens out of the end zone, but Baltimore keeps converting on their field-goal attempts. This time, Cundiff converted a 38-yard attempt to give the Ravens a two-point lead. COLTS 7, RAVENS 9 SECOND QUARTER (8:33 remaining)Baltimore safety Ed Reed intercepted a Manning pass and returned it 42 yards to Baltimore's 48. Earlier in the drive, Manning eclipsed the 3,000 passing yards on the season for the 12th consecutive year.SECOND QUARTER (12:56 remaining)The Colts forced the Ravens to punt for the first time this afternoon and will take over from their own 32-yard line.
remaining)END OF FIRST QUARTER - COLTS 7, RAVENS 6 FIRST QUARTER (4:01 remaining)Following a Colts turnover inside their own territory, the Ravens kicked their second field goal of the quarter, this one from 44 yards. COLTS 7, RAVENS 6 FIRST QUARTER (5:09 remaining)The Baltimore Ravens ran 13 plays on their first drive of the game, but were unable to match the Colts' opening touchdown when Indy's defense came up with a crucial stop on 3rd-and-4 at their own 28. Baltimore kicker Billy Cundiff converted the 46-yard field goal attempt to put the Ravens on the board. COLTS 7, RAVENS 3 FIRST QUARTER (11:24 remaining)

The Colts scored a touchdown on their opening drive in record-breaking fashion. Quarterback Peyton Manning threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to tight end Dallas Clark, who caught the ball with one hand near the back left pylon to cap off an 87-yard drive. The reception also made Clark the franchise's all-time leader in receptions by a tight end, surpassing Hall of Fame tight end John Mackey. COLTS 7, RAVENS 0

The following Colts are inactive today… QB-Jim Sorgi, K-Adam Vinatieri, WR-Anthony Gonzalez, DB-Kelvin Hayden, RB-Mike Hart, DB, Aaron Francisco, TE-Gijon Robinson, OG-Mike Pollak.

SCORING SUMMARY
• 3-yard touchdown pass from QB-Peyton Manning to TE-Dallas Clark (Drive summary: 7 plays, 87 yards, 3:36 seconds) COLTS 7, RAVENS 0
• 46-yard field goal by K-Billy Cundiff (Drive summary: 13 plays, 51 yards, 6:15 seconds) COLTS 7, RAVENS 3 • 44-yard field goal by K-Billy Cundiff (Drive summary: 4 plays, 3 yards, 0:52 seconds) COLTS 7, RAVENS 6 • 38-yard field goal by K-Billy Cundiff (Drive summary: 8 plays, 32 yards, 3:50 seconds) COLTS 7, RAVENS 9 • 5-yard rushing touchdown by RB-Joseph Addai (Drive summary: 8 plays, 80 yards, 3:20 seconds) COLTS 14, RAVENS 9 • 36-yard field goal by K-Billy Cundiff (Drive summary: 9 plays, 55 yards, 1:21 seconds) COLTS 14, RAVENS 12 • 20-yard field goal by K-Billy Cundiff (Drive summary: 15 plays, 65 yards, 8:05 seconds) COLTS 14, RAVENS 15 • 25-yard field goal by K-Matt Stover (Drive summary: 9 plays, 60 yards, 3:06 seconds) COLTS 17, RAVENS 15

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