10 facts everybody must know about the Ravens vs. Colts game in Week 3

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4. Lamar Jackson is 2-0 against Indianapolis

Jackson doesn't have a large resume of matchups against the Colts, but when he's faced them he's always come out as a winner.

Indianapolis reached halftime ahead in the scoreboard on both occasions, but the two times they met the Ravens they went on to collapse and fall to Baltimore. The Ravens have outscored the Colts 45-15 in second halves alone.

Jackson has completed 56-of-66 passes against the Colts. He's already racked up 612 passing yards against them, and there is a chance he will break the 1,000-yard barrier if he puts on a perfect game this weekend. He's also thrown four touchdowns against no interceptions.

Lamar hasn't been able (or simply didn't want) to run that much against Indianapolis with the Colts limiting his rushing numbers to "only" 120 yards on 27 carries combined including a touchdown scored.