Ravens safety Kyle Hamilton's three sacks in one half Sunday against the Colts tied an NFL record by a defensive back. Jadeveon Clowney sang the praises of his 6-foot-4 teammate who he dubbed, “The Avatar.”
This all seemed surreal, like another preseason game, columnist Mike Preston writes. How else could the Ravens lose to the Colts, a team missing its rookie quarterback, two starting offensive linemen and trotting out one of the worst cornerback tandems in the NFL?
The Ravens' offense struggled to find its rhythm after its opening possession, had a difficult time holding onto the ball and fell in overtime to the underdog Indianapolis Colts, 22-19, on a 53-yard field goal by kicker Matt Gay.