Final score predictions for Ravens vs. Colts

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The Baltimore Ravens will take on the Indianapolis Colts in a Monday Night Football matchup. Baltimore boasts a 3-1 record, while Indianapolis hasn’t had quite the start to the season they were expecting, coming into the game at 1-3.

Many anticipate a Ravens win in this game, but the Colts won’t go down without a fight. Both teams have been dealing with plenty of injuries to key players, so it will be a matter of who can overcome their absences and find contributions from elsewhere on their rosters.

We predict the final score of Baltimore’s Week 5 matchup with Indianapolis below.

Kevin Oestreicher

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Baltimore will be going up against an Indianapolis team that caused them a bit of trouble last season until cornerback Marcus Peters and safety Chuck Clark turned the tides with a timely turnover that resulted in a touchdown. However, this time around things could be a bit different for the Ravens, as the Colts will be without a plethora of their key starters.

With a win on Monday night, Baltimore can take over sole possession of first place in the AFC North. They could set the tone early, carrying their momentum throughout the entire game. Indianapolis won’t go down without a fight, but at the end of the day the Ravens should come out with a win.

Ravens 27, Colts 20

Robert Sobus

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The Ravens have been hot over the last few weeks, winning their last three games. The Colts on the other hand won their first contest last Sunday, but it came against a Miami Dolphins team that has also only won once this season.

Baltimore’s rushing attack will look to punish an Indianapolis rush defense that has not lived up to expectations in 2021 and is ranked 15th overall at stopping the run. This game “screams” Ravens victory.

Ravens 30 Colts 17

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