The Ravens were overwhelming favorites, but questionable decision-making and costly turnovers resulted in a 22-19 loss to the Colts at M&T Bank Stadium.
Baltimore had multiple chances to win the game before overtime and had legendary kicker Justin Tucker fall just short on a potential game-winning 61-yard field goal attempt at the end of regulation.
The Ravens offense stalled in the overtime period, gaining just 11 yards on two conservative overtime possessions, and went for it on fourth-down in their territory with more than enough time on the clock.
Baltimore turned the ball over on downs after a non-pass interference call on rookie Zay Flowers on fourth-and-3 with 3:25 to go.
Colts kicker Matt Gay outplayed Justin Tucker, setting an NFL record with four field goals of 50-plus yards, including the 53-yard game-winner.
With the Ravens set to start preparation on the Browns, here’s Sunday’s snap count and playing time percentage.
Lamar Jackson 72 snaps
Jackson was 22-31 passing for 202 yards, while also rushing for 100 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries.
Edwards had 11 carries for 51 yards before exiting with a concussion, while Gordon logged 10 carries for 32 yards.
Flowers had eight catches, for 48 yards, while Nelson Agholor had another solid game, catching 4 passes for 39 yards.
Mark Andrews 59 snaps
Iasiah Likely 19 snaps
Mark Andrews had four catches for 35 yards, while Likely had one reception for 20 yards.
Lamar Jackson was sacked four times on the day and the Colts front seven applied ample pressure.
Pierce led all defensive tackles with five stops, while Madubuike logged four tackles.
With Odafe Oweh out and David Ojabo suffering an injury, rookie Tavius Robinson logged a career high 55 snaps, while Jeremiah Moon saw his first ever game action, logging 46 snaps.
Queen and Smith had 12 tackle each, while logging one half a sack, one pass defended and 1 QB hit.
Stephens had 11 tackles and two passes defended.
Kyle Hamilton played over 100 total snaps counting special teams, and logged 9 tackles, 3 sacks, 3 quarterbacks hits, and two passes defended.