Colts vs. Ravens score: Baltimore pulling away, now lead 23-9

Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

A fourth quarter touchdown may be the dagger.

The Baltimore Ravens extended their lead in the second half on an 18-yard touchdown pass to Anquan Boldin, giving them a two-touchdown lead over the Indianapolis Colts in Sunday's Wild Card playoff.

Averaging almost 13 yards per attempt, Joe Flacco came alive in the second half, showing remarkable touch on his deep passes. A second fumble by Ray Rice wasn't enough to shift the game's fortunes, as a stifling Ravens' pass rush has proved to be too much for rookie quarterback Andrew Luck, who has been unable to drive his passes down the field.

With just under ten minutes left in the game, the Indianapolis Colts will hope that Andrew Luck can lead them to yet another game-winning drive. It's something he's done multiple times this season, but with time running out Luck needs to turn the magic on quickly. As it stands, Ray Lewis's final home game is shaping up to be a memorable one.

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