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

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5. The last time these two met, Lamar Jackson passed for 442 yards and 4 TDs

That surely was one to remeber, wasn't it?

Indianapolis went up 25-9 through the first three quarters of play, was in a commanding position, and everything pointed toward the first victory of the Colts over the Ravens since 2014... but they blew the lead with Lamar Jackson ending their dreams with an extraordinary performance.

Jackson completed 37-of-43 passes back then, reached 442 yards passing, tossed four touchdowns, and adding wood to the fire he gashed the Colts' defense with 62 rushing yards through 14 carries.

That game was by far Lamar's best passing outing topping his second-largest yardage by 118 yards and falling just one touchdown short of matching five scoring passes (something he's done three times throughout his career to date).

The Ravens won 31-25 limiting Indy to three fourth-quarter points while scoring 16 themselves sending the game to OT and scoring a game-winning touchdown on a Jackson-Marquise Brown five-yard connection.