3. The Ravens will get their fourth shutout of the season:
The Ravens will get their fourth shutout in this game. How many times can the Colts hand it off to Frank Gore against a Ravens run defense that has gotten it together? How many safe throws can Brissett make, especially if the Colts fall behind early? The Colts disadvantages in this game are plentiful. They have to play in M&T Bank Stadium with a backup quarterback, surrounded by a bad offense. The Baltimore defense has had three shutouts this season and they lead the league in takeaways. The Ravens now have some functionality on the offense and match up very well against the Colts.
The Ravens can take this game for granted but with everything that’s in front of them, that’s hard to imagine. With all these built-in advantages, the purple and black should dominate this game from start to finish. The Ravens have proven themselves capable of shutting out their opponents. This could be number four.
The game kicks off at 4:30. It is a game that the Ravens should be looking forward to. The frustrations from the Pittsburgh lost have not gone anywhere. The Colts may be in for a thrashing.