The Baltimore Ravens are now a 4-1 football team after pulling off yet another improbably win on Monday Night Football against the Indianapolis Colts in overtime. The team overcame a 19-point deficit in the second half to tie the game late in the fourth quarter with a touchdown and two-point conversion. Ravens QB Lamar Jackson was on fire in the second half and would eventually set a new career high and Ravens franchise-high with 442 passing yards and also picked up 62 yards on the ground.
After the Colts missed a potential game-winning field goal with time expiring, the Ravens flexed on the Colts during the overtime coin toss. They sent out kicker Justin Tucker after Colts kicker Rodrigo Blankenship missed two field goals and an extra point during the game.
As soon as the Ravens won the toss and elected to receive the kick-off, the camera cuts to Jackson on the sideline where it looks like he says "It's over."
Sure enough, the Ravens continued their torrid momentum and ended the game when Jackson threw a dart to Marquise Brown to cap off an incredible comeback.