COLTS WIN: 20-3

Peyton Manning kneeled twice in the dwindling seconds of the game to cement the Colts' victory over the Baltimore Ravens. These are the in-game updates...

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**Peyton Manning kneeled twice in the dwindling seconds of the game to cement the Colts' victory over the Baltimore Ravens.

FOURTH QUARTER (1:14 remaining)

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Flacco's pass intended for Ray Rice was intercepted at the Indianapolis Colts' 14-yard line by Powers**. 

FOURTH QUARTER (3:17 remaining)

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Unable to convert on 3rd down the Colts punted to their own 43 yard line.**

FOURTH QUARTER (5:03 remaining)**

Antoine Bethea picked off a pass intended for Heap at Indianapolis' 2-yard line.

FOURTH QUARTER **(6:33 remaining)

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A 43-yard punt from McAfee pushes the Ravens back to their own 22-yard line where they will take over on offense with just over six minutes remaining. 

FOURTH QUARTER (8:11 remaining)

Another stop by the Colts defense forced Baltimore to punt for the fifth time. Indianapolis' offense takes over from their own 26. **

FOURTH QUARTER (10:59 remaining)

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The Ravens were in desperate need of a touchdown, but instead they got a fumble. On 2nd-and-3 from midfield, Ravens running back Ray Rice broke through the line and broke a handful of tackles, rushing 20 yards down the middle of the field. But Colts defensive end Raheem Brock rocked Rice at the end of the run, forcing the running back to fumble. The ball bounced on the turf and was recovered by Colts linebacker Clint Session.

Indy takes over from their own 20.**

FOURTH QUARTER (13:26 remaining)

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The Colts failed to score another touchdown on their latest drive, but did add three points with a 33-yard field goal by Stover. In addition, Indianapolis' 14-play drive milked over seven minutes off the clock. **COLTS 20, RAVENS 3

END OF THIRD QUARTER – COLTS 17, RAVENS 3

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As the third quarter comes to a close, the Colts continue to move the ball down the field amidst a wacky drive. Indianapolis faces 1st-and-goal from the 9. Twice on the drive, Manning threw deep passes down the field that were intercepted by Ravens safety Ed Reed, but both were eventually nullified – one by a fumble (forced by Garcon and recovered by Clark) and another by a pass interference call after Clark was hit over the middle**.

THIRD QUARTER (6:01 remaining)

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Like it has done so many times this season, the Colts defense came up with one of its best efforts on fourth down. After Baltimore's third-down pass from Indy's 45 fell incomplete, the Ravens elected to go for it on 4th-and-3. But Flacco's pass was once again errant, giving the Colts the ball back at their own 45.

But on the first play of the ensuing drive, Manning threw a deep pass down the right side of the field that was intercepted by Ravens safety Ed Reed. But on Reed's return, Colts wide receiver Pierre Garcon knocked the ball loose and tight end Dallas Clark recovered the fumble. Indy takes over, once again, this time from their own 27.**

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THIRD QUARTER (10:06 remaining)

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A matter of inches kept two deep passes by Manning from being caught, forcing the Colts to punt for the third time tonight. McAfee's punt sailed 56 yards and linebacker Cody Glenn came up with an outstanding special teams tackle to keep Baltimore from picking up any yardage on the return. The Ravens take over from their 34. **

THIRD QUARTER (11:56 remaining)

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Baltimore's offense picked up a first down on the first drive of the second half, but was forced to punt for the fourth time this game. But the Ravens' punt pinned Indianapolis deep inside their own territory and the Colts will take over from their own 7.**

HALFTIME – COLTS 17, RAVENS 3

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With three seconds remaining in the half, and facing 3rd-and-goal, Manning threw a short pass over the middle to Wayne, who broke one tackle and snuck into the end zone for the touchdown.

To set up the score, Indianapolis drove 64 yards in less than 90 seconds. Rookie running back Donald Brown had two critical plays on the drive, an eight-yard pass to begin it and a 13-yard rush in the middle that picked up a crucial first down.

The Colts head into the locker with a 14-point lead. In the first half, Manning completed 21-of-29 passes for 180 yards and two touchdown passes, one to Wayne and one to Collie. Tight end Dallas Clark is the team's leading receiver thus far with six catches for 54 yards. **

SECOND QUARTER (1:26 remaining)

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For the third straight possession, Baltimore was forced to punt after three ineffective plays. Rushing caught Baltimore's punt on the 25 and returned it 11 yards to the 36, which is where the Colts will begin their next drive.**

SECOND QUARTER (2:00 remaining)

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The Colts offense put together their first touchdown drive of the game, lasting exactly eight minutes and capped off by a 10-yard touchdown pass from Manning to Collie.

Indianapolis began the drive on their own 25 and started by completing two passes (12 and 11 yards) to wide receiver Reggie Wayne for his first two catches of the game.

The Colts continued to move the ball deeper and deeper into Baltimore territory, but came up short on 3rd down and faced a critical 4th-and-four from the Ravens' 35. In need of a first down, Manning hit running back Joseph Addai on a short pass in the flat that barely cleared the first-down maker.

From there, a catch by Garcon and a nine-yard reception by running back Mike Hart moved the ball to Baltimore's 10 before Collie caught the TD to finish the drive. COLTS 10, RAVENS 3

SECOND QUARTER (10:00 remaining)

For the second straight possession, Baltimore was forced three-and-out after linebacker Gary Brackett sacked Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco for a loss of six on third down. Indy takes over from their own 25.**

SECOND QUARTER (11:59 remaining)

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The Ravens defense returned the favor, forcing the Colts three-and-out this time. McAfee's punt bounced at the 5, but took a bad hop into the end zone for a touchback. **

SECOND QUARTER (13:32 remaining)

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The Colts quickly forced the Ravens three-and-out and will take over from Balitmore's 49 following a seven-yard punt return by the Colts' T.J. Rushing.**

SECOND QUARTER (14:54 remaining)

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Rookie punter Pat McAfee's kick sailed 40 yards and the Ravens' Chris Carr called for a fair catch on the 9.**

END OF FIRST QUARTER – COLTS 3, RAVENS 3

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As the first quarter comes to a close, the Colts have the ball at midfield, but are facing 4th-and-4. Manning has completed 7-of-11 passes on the day for 75 yards.**

FIRST QUARTER (2:57 remaining)

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After an illegal block on the kick-off return pushed Baltimore back to their own 7, the Ravens quickly began moving the ball with success. Baltimore put together a 15-play drive and quarterback Joe Flacco completed 4-of-6 passes for 55 yards, three of which went to wide receiver Derrick Mason for 55 yards.

But once the Ravens moved the ball into Indianapolis' red zone, the Colts defense clamped down. A third-down pass from Flacco went right through safety Antoine Bethea's hands and hit the turf, forcing Baltimore to settle for a field goal. Kicker Billy Cundiff converted the 25-yard attempt to tie the game. **COLTS 3, RAVENS 3

FIRST QUARTER (10:44 remaining)**

After winning the toss and electing to receive, the Colts started the game's first drive from their own 20-yard line following a touchback.

Quarterback Peyton Manning opened the game with a 20-yard completion over the middle to rookie wide receiver Austin Collie. Two plays later, Manning found tight end Dallas Clark for a 10-yard pick-up, followed by a three-yard rush by running back Mike Hart for a first down. Wide receiver Pierre Garcon also picked up a Colts first down before the Ravens eventually stopped Indianapolis on 3rd-and-3.

From there, kicker Matt Stover converted a 44-yard field goal to put the Colts on the board first. COLTS 3, RAVENS 0

The following Colts are inactive tonight… K-Adam Vinatieri, WR-Sam Giguere, TE-Colin Cloherty, DT-John Gill, OT-Michael Toudouze, OG-Mike Pollak, DE-Ervin Baldwin and DT-Fili Moala.

SCORING SUMMARY

• 44-yard field goal by K-Matt Stover (Drive summary: 10 plays, 54 yards, 4:16 seconds) COLTS 3, RAVENS 0

• 25-yard field goal by K-Billy Cundiff (Drive summary: 15 plays, 87 yards, 7:47 seconds) COLTS 3, RAVENS 3

• 10-yard touchdown pass from QB-Peyton Manning to WR-Austin Collie (Drive summary: 14 plays, 75 yards, 8:00 seconds) COLTS 10, RAVENS 3

• 3-yard touchdown pass from QB-Peyton Manning to WR-Reggie Wayne (Drive summary: 8 plays, 64 yards, 1:23 seconds) COLTS 17, RAVENS 3

• 33-yard field goal by K-Matt Stover (Drive summary: 14 plays, 56 yards, 7:17 seconds) COLTS 20, RAVENS 3

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