BALTIMORE, Dec. 2 (UPI) -- Safety Rod Woodson intercepted a pass by the beleaguered Peyton Manning with 1:34 to play Sunday and returned it 47 yards for a touchdown that wrapped up a 39-27 victory for the Baltimore Ravens over the Indianapolis Colts.
Following last week's loss to San Francisco, 66-year-old Indianapolis coach Jim Mora exploded after watching his team commit five turnovers, including four interceptions.
On Sunday, the Colts turned the ball over four more times, with three of the miscues leading to 13 points for Baltimore. Manning made the final mistake late in the fourth quarter.
Taking over from his own 26 with his team trailing by five, Manning had his pass intended for Marvin Harrison over the middle intercepted by Woodson, who raced untouched to the end zone to seal the victory.
It was Woodson's 10th career return for a touchdown, breaking Kenny Houston's NFL record.
Meanwhile, Manning continued to struggle. It was his 17th interception this season and sixth that was returned for a touchdown. He finished 27 of 48 for 310 yards and two touchdowns.
Among the favorites in the AFC this season, the Colts (4-7) have lost four straight and fallen three games under the .500 mark. If the Colts fail to make the playoffs, it is likely Mora will be fired.
Indianapolis lost for the second time in as many visits to Baltimore since abandoning the city in March 1984. Baltimore had been home to the Colts from 1946-1983 and boasted one of the NFL's proudest traditions, but was without a pro football team until 1996, when Art Modell relocated the Cleveland Browns.
Elvis Grbac passed for two touchdowns and Moe Williams rushed for 111 yards for Baltimore (8-4), which has won five of six to remain 1 1/2 games behind Pittsburgh (9-2) in the AFC Central.