Down 21-0, Ravens coach Brian Billick wasn't playfully blowing kisses to opposing players this time. He was a picture of disbelief as cameras caught him saying "Wow" to himself.
After the Ravens couldn't manage a first down on offense, punter Sam Koch had a punt blocked for the first time in his two-year career. It was knocked 30 yards through the end zone for a safety.
Yamon Figurs, the only bright spot in a woeful first half.
Asked about the difference in the Ravens' effort from last week to this one, offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden pointed to turnovers, which the Colts converted into 21 points last night.
"We're not good enough offensively that we can do that," Ogden said. "We're not good enough to do that to our defense."
Holding a 44-7 lead, the Colts mercifully pulled Manning out of the game with 8:10 left in the third quarter. Manning finished 13 of 17 for 249 yards and four touchdowns. His quarterback rating was 157.5 (out of a possible 158.3).
The Ravens have sole possession of last place in the AFC North for the first time this season. This is the longest losing streak by a Baltimore NFL team since the Colts dropped 14 in a row in 1981.
Now, the Ravens will get to measure themselves against the NFL's worst team when they play the winless Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
"We ain't going to quit," Scott said. "You don't want to be the guy on Miami's record ... [where] the only team they beat was the Ravens."
Colts 44, Ravens 20