The Indianapolis Colts enter Sunday’s game against the Ravens as the only team still searching for its first win of the season. But that doesn’t mean that the home team is taking this week easy.
The last time the Ravens met a winless opponent this late in the season, the 0-13 Miami Dolphins pulled off a stunning upset when wide receiver Greg Camarillo turned a short catch into a 64-yard touchdown in a 22-16 overtime win Dec. 16, 2007.
That memory still resonates with a few players from that Ravens squad and fuels the current team for Sunday’s game.
“To be honest with you, yeah, because I lost to a 0-for team,” outside linebacker Terrell Suggs said of being fearful of a winless opponent. “I think it was back in '07. It was actually the Miami Dolphins in overtime. A little slant route got us. But this is the NFL and they’re professionals, and we’re expecting them to light up and come up in here and play. They’re just as big a threat to us as if we were playing anybody else.”