Indianapolis Colts Vs. Baltimore Ravens Picks, Predictions: Who Wins NFL Week 5 Game?

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Which team will get the victory?

Check out these NFL Week 5 picks and predictions for the game, which can be seen at 5:15 p.m. MST time on ESPN.

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The Ravens are a 6.5-point favorite in the game.

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Pro Football Network: Ravens 28, Colts 20

Ben Rolfe writes: "What appeared to be a spectacular Monday Night Football matchup when the schedule was released looks like a disaster right now. The Colts only have one win this year, and that’s because they battled a team in a bigger mess (the Dolphins). The Ravens have been far from perfect, but they are in a superb race for the AFC North. They simply cannot afford to lose games like this. However, they could get caught with their mind on their Week 6 matchup with the Chargers and make this tougher than it needs to be."

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Draft Kings: Ravens will cover against Colts in Week 5

Chinmay Vaidya writes: "There’s a chance the Ravens become bigger favorites as the game gets closer, depending on the status of Jackson and wide receiver Rashod Bateman. The latter would be a massive boost to the team if he is able to take the field. Baltimore’s defense is coming off a good performance and should be able to handle Carson Wentz and Indy’s offense."

Sportsnaut: Ravens 24, Colts 17

Matt Johnson writes: "Before the season, this game was projected to be one of the best on the NFL schedule. But neither team looks very impressive defensively. So, our prediction comes down to which offense we trust more. It’s a simple decision, bet on Lamar Jackson over Wentz. If Baltimore gets pressure on Wentz, this could enter blowout territory."

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Colts Wire: Ravens 27, Colts 21

Kevin Hickey writes: "Going on the road against the Ravens is tough regardless but doing so in prime time adds a little more pressure. The Colts go on the road and fight but wind up coming up short."

Sportsnaut: Ravens 20, Colts 17

Vincent Frank writes: "How will Carson Wentz respond in his first season with Indianapolis after struggling big time a season ago in Philadelphia? Will former Chiefs Pro Bowl left tackle Eric Fisher be available in this one? These are two major question marks in what could be an AFC Playoff preview. With all of that said, the idea of Wentz being able to go tit-for-tat with Lamar Jackson is far-fetched. In what promises to be a close game, this should be the difference."

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SB Nation: Colts will lose to Ravens in Week 5

Evan Sidery writes: "Indianapolis falls back down to earth on a primetime stage. This was such a tough one to call, but exiting the early-season gauntlet with a 2-3 record is an okay scenario for the Colts. If they end up 1-4 or 0-5, that’s when it would be truly time to start panicking."

FiveThirtyEight.com: Ravens have a 73% win probability

The site gives the Colts a 27% win probability in the NFL Week 5 game.

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ESPN: Ravens have a 67.4% chance to win

The site's Football Power Index gives the Colts a 32.4% chance to pick up the victory in the Week 5 NFL game.

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