Two costly mistakes against Ravens show Colts have no room for error

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INDIANAPOLIS — Everything was going the Indianapolis Colts‘ way for just about two quarters against the Baltimore Ravens, the opponent that represented their biggest test so far this season.

The Colts defense had bottled reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson and the Ravens offense during the first half, holding them to 54 total yards and no points in the first 30 minutes of the game.


There usually is a but with the Colts.

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They had two costly mistakes that led to 14 points, and then that stalwart defense started to wear down against the reigning NFL MVP and his teammates.

The Colts, who started the most grueling part of their schedule Sunday, couldn’t get it together on either side of the ball in the second half of their 24-10 loss to the Ravens on Sunday.

Indianapolis doesn’t have much time to regroup because it goes on the road to face AFC South counterpart Tennessee on Thursday. The Titans (6-2) beat Chicago on Sunday to take

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