NFL Scores Week 14, Colts Vs. Ravens: Baltimore Pounds Indianapolis,

BALTIMORE - DECEMBER 11: Tory Smith #82 of the Baltimore Ravens celebrates his touchdown with Anquan Boldin #81against the Indianapolis Colts at M&T Bank Stadium on December 11, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Ravens lead the Colts 17-3 at the half. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)

Baltimore beat down Indianapolis, 24-10, in Week 14.

Baltimore's 24-10 win over Indianapolis in Week 14 wasn't as close as the score implies: the Ravens held the hapless, winless Colts to just 167 total yards and had a three-touchdown lead until Dan Orlovsky connected with Jacob Tamme for a touchdown as time expired.

Joe Flacco threw for 227 yards and two touchdowns for the Ravens, while Ray Rice ran for 103 yards and a touchdown. Until the Colts' final 76-yard touchdown drive, the Baltimore defense had kept Indy under 100 yards of total offense on the day.

Orlovsky completed less than half of his passes for 136 yards, and Indy's running backs combined for just 50 yards on the ground.

Baltimore is now 10-3 with the victory. The Colts are 0-13 in 2011.

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