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Preseason Week 2 takeaways: Rough night for Luck, Jackson

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Luck throws a pick in the red zone

After the Colts recover the ball deep in Ravens territory, Andrew Luck gives it right back with an interception to Anthony Levine Sr.

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Jackson throws TD pass on the run

Lamar Jackson rolls to his right, then lofts one to Chris Moore in the end zone for the Ravens' touchdown.

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Luck: 'Tough to come out positive' after Colts' struggles

Andrew Luck points to a red zone turnover and missed throws as clear negatives in his second preseason game.

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Witten saw some good, some bad from Luck

Jason Witten recaps Andrew Luck's performance on Monday Night Football and if Luck is back to his old form.

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Colts score on their own fumble

Colts RB Jordan Wilkins coughs the ball up, but it goes right to Chester Rogers who picks up the ball in the end zone for a touchdown.

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Ravens score on Brown's excellent effort

Joe Flacco fires a pass to John Brown, who juggles the ball then drags his feet in the back of the end zone for the touchdown.

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Vinatieri drills field goal from 57 yards out

Adam Vinatieri gets a roar from the Indianapolis crowd after he nails a 57-yard field goal to open the scoring.

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