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Ravens vs. Colts: Ravens score first touchdown of the game

Baltimore Ravens v Indianapolis Colts Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images

The Baltimore Ravens offense got off to a really slow start in the first quarter even after being gifted another drive by the Indianapolis Colts special teams unit which committed a five yard penalty. But during the second quarter, after Ravens safety Eric Weddle recovered a fumble on defense, the Ravens offense capitalized with on the following drive.

Ravens quarterback Ryan Mallett attempted a deep ball to wide receiver Kamar Aiken which ended up being a 41-yard defensive pass interference penalty on the Colts. Mallett followed that situation up with a 14-yard touchdown pass to Aiken which currently gives the Ravens a 7-3 lead over the Colts.