The Baltimore Ravens had little trouble sending the lowly Colts to 0-13 on the season. Running back Ray Rice had a field day against the Colts' defense. Rice ran for 103 yards on 26 carries and scored a touchdown. He also caught six passes for 46 yards.
Last week, the Ravens used their ground game to keep the Browns in check, attempting a franchise-record 55 rushes. Ray Rice got the bulk of the work and set a career high with 204 yards rushing and also scored once.
The Ravens have been using a balanced attack this season to rank sixth in the league in points per game (24.7), but went run-heavy at Cleveland last weekend. Rice (926 rushing yards, 56 receptions, 11 total TD), who also leads the team in catches, rushed the ball 29 times and ripped off a 67-yard run while averaging seven yards a carry.