Monday Night Football: Colts at Ravens (7:15 CT) Lineups, Broadcast Info, Game Thread

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Monday Night Football: Colts at Ravens (7:15 CT) Lineups, Broadcast Info, Game Thread

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There’s a bunch of postseason baseball on tonight, but if that’s not your cup of tea, or you’re like me and your fantasy football week hangs in the balance tonight, I’ve got you covered with the Colts-Ravens preview.

(Seriously, I need Marquise Brown to go off for 20-30 tonight, and I need the Ravens’ defense to kind of crap the bed to pull this one off. I’m in a weird spot. Hook me up, Baltimore.)

The Ravens have won three-in-a-row since we last saw them fall to the Raiders in a thriller on Monday Night Football to open the season. Baltimore is 3-1 entering play tonight and can end the week in sole possession of the lead in the AFC North after the Bengals coughed up a game they had multiple shots to win against the Packers in Green Bay on Sunday, and the Browns lost to the Chargers in a wild 47-42 shootout in Los Angeles.

The Colts on the other hand… well, they’re not in a great place right now. Indianapolis is 1-3 and struggling to score points, sitting in the bottom third of the league in scoring (20.8 PPG), total yards (323.5 YPG), and passing yards (211.5 YPG).

Game Info

Indianapolis Colts (1-3, 2nd AFC South) at Baltimore Ravens (3-1, 1st AFC North) – ESPN (Steve Levy, Louis Riddick, Brian Griese, Lisa Salters), Westwood One (Kevin Harlan, Kurt Warner)

Kickoff Time: 7:15 p.m. CT
Site:
 M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
Referee: Land Clark
Odds: BAL -7, O/U 46.0 (via DraftKings Sports Book)

Game Thread

Your game thread is down in the comments, so let’s have some good, clean (safe-for-work) fun!

Coaches

Colts: Frank Reich (28-20) Ravens: John Harbaugh (132-80)

Week 4 Starting QBs and Projected Game Stats

Colts: Carson Wentz: 23/36, 247 passing yards, 1 TD, 1 INT; 3 carries, 15 rushing yards

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Ravens: Lamar Jackson: 18/29, 233 passing yards, 2 TD, 1 INT; 10 carries, 56 rushing yards, 1 TD

Week 5 projected stats via ESPN projections

Colts Projected Starters

Offense
•   QB Carson Wentz
•   RB Jonathan Taylor
•   WRs Parris Campbell, Michael Pittman Jr., Zach Pascal
•   TEs Jack Doyle, Mo Alie-Cox
•   LT Eric Fisher, LG Chris Reed, C Ryan Kelly, RG Mark Glowinski, RT Matt Pryor

Defense
•   DEs Kwitty Paye, Al-Quadin Muhammad DT DeForest Buckner NT Grover Stewart
•   SAM Zaire Franklin, MIKE Bobby Okereke, WILL Darius Leonard
•   CBs Rock Ya-Sin, Xavier Rhodes
•   FS Julian Blackmon, SS Khari Willis

Specialists
•   Rodrigo Blakenship (kicker), Rigoberto Sanchez (punter, holder), Luke Rhodes (long snapper), Isaiah Rodgers, Nyheim Hines (kick and punt returns)

Ravens Projected Starters

Offense
•   QB Lamar Jackson
•   RB Ty’Son Williams
•   WRs Sammy Watkins, Marquise Brown, Devin Devernay
•   TE Marc Andrews
•   LT Ronnie Stanley, LG Ben Powers, C Bradley Bozeman, RG Kevin Zeitler, RT Alejandro Villanueva

Defense
•   DT Calais Campbell, NT Brandon Williams, DE Derek Wolfe, RUSH Justin Houston
•   MLB Patrick Queen, WLB Malik Harrison, SAM Tyus Bowser
•   CBs Anthony Averett, Marlon Humphrey
•   FS DeShon Elliot, SS Chuck Clark

Specialists
•   Justin Tucker (kicker), Sam Koch (punter, holder), Nick Moore (long snapper), Devin Duvernay. (kick and punt returns)

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Author: Patrick K. Flowers

Patrick is a Staff Writer at Bleacher Nation. You can follow him on Twitter @PatrickKFlowers.