The Ravens (2-1) hosted the Colts (2-1) on a very dark and rainy day inside the M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore... and all the boys could do was drop a stinker and easy game (on paper) to the lesser visitors, falling 22-19 in overtime.
Gardner Minshew, stepping in for the injured Anthony Richardson, completed 27-of-44 passes for 227 yards and threw one touchdown pass. He was as good as advertised, and Baltimore could do nothing to stop him.
Lamar Jackson was great himself, but he flopped when the Ravens needed him the most. Jackson went 22-of-31 for 202 adding 101 yards rushing on 14 carries.
The Ravens had numerous opportunities to secure victory in regulation, with GOAT kicker Justin Tucker narrowly missing a potential game-winning 61-yard field goal as time expired and getting outperformed on a record day by a fellow ball-kicker on the other side of the field.
A few Ravens players (Lamar Jackson and Kyle Hamilton) spoke at the podium after the game following head coach John Harbaugh. Here is everything they had to say about the horrible Week 3 OT loss to the Indianapolis Colts and all of what happened on the field of M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.