(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - The Indianapolis Colts are enjoying back-to-back days off before returning to the practice field on Wednesday.
The Colts head back to Baltimore this weekend to face the Ravens in a Sunday night game.
The Ravens fell to 4-and-8 with their 27-24 loss to unbeaten New England last night on Monday Night Football. Baltimore enters Sunday's game riding a six-game losing streak.
Before last night's game with the Patriots, the Ravens placed quarterback Steve McNair on injured reserve with an injury to his non-throwing shoulder, ending his season. McNair is scheduled to undergo surgery today.
The last time the Colts and Ravens met was in the divisional round of last season's AFC playoffs. Adam Vinatieri hit five field goals as the Colts beat the Ravens 15-6 en route to their first Super Bowl championship in 36 years.
The Colts improved to 10-and-2 with a 28-25 win over Jacksonville last Sunday at the RCA Dome to open up a two-game lead over the Jaguars with four games remaining.
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