(That's T.Y., Zach Pascal and Kenny Moore)
5 Colts Things Learned, Week 3: Shane Steichen's vision gets reinforced, 2023 free agents step up, defense shuts down Lamar Jackson late
Shane Steichen has demanded relentless effort from the Colts since he arrived in Indianapolis earlier this year. And the Colts' 22-19 Week 3 win over the Baltimore Ravens was defined by the exact sort of relentless effort the first-year coach has worked to instill in his team.
Zack Moss embodies Colts' mentality with gritty, career-best showing in Week 3 win over Ravens
Moss set career highs with 30 carries and 122 rushing yards and added a 17-yard touchdown snag to help power the Colts' 22-19 overtime win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Gardner Minshew credited for his resiliency following hard-fought win over Ravens
Sunday's victory over the Ravens gave Minshew his ninth career win as a starter.
'Everybody eats:' Colts defense shows stingy, playmaking upside in Week 3 win over Ravens
The Colts held Lamar Jackson and the high-octane Baltimore Ravens offense to just 19 points on 72 plays in Sunday's win at M&T Bank Stadium.
With historic game, Colts' Matt Gay proves: That's why you sign a kicker
The Colts signed Gay as a free agent in March for moments like the one he delivered Sunday: A game-winning overtime field goal against the Baltimore Ravens, which was his record-setting fourth 50+ yard field goal of the game.
JuJu Brents breaks down his statement-making forced fumble in NFL debut
In Brents' NFL debut he had four tackles, a pass breakup, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.
Matt Gay connects on four 50+ yard field goals as Colts top Ravens in overtime
Gardner Minshew started his first game for the Colts with Anthony Richardson (concussion) out for Week 3.
Colts-Ravens preview: Gardner Minshew tags in, will be tasked with handling Ravens' aggressive defense in Week 3
Anthony Richardson (concussion) will not play on Sunday in Baltimore.
How Colts are preparing for Lamar Jackson, new-look Ravens offense
The last time the Colts and Ravens squared off, Lamar Jackson had a career day, notching over 500 scrimmage yards and scoring four touchdowns.
Colts rule out QB Anthony Richardson, C Ryan Kelly for Week 3 game vs. Baltimore Ravens
Head coach Shane Steichen made the announcement on Friday.
Opposition Research: Talking the Ravens with Clifton Brown of BaltimoreRavens.com
The Colts play the Ravens this Sunday at 1:00 p.m. EST. The last time these teams played each other was Week 5 of the 2021 season.