Top 3 things we learned from Bills vs. Ravens | Week 4

The Bills first half performance left them in a 10-point hole against the Ravens in Baltimore, but Buffalo would rally right from the start of the second half. After the defense forced a three-and-out on the first Ravens’ possession of the second half, the Bills sideline felt they had finally kicked things into gear.

“Early on in the game we were still trying to figure them out,” said Jordan Poyer of the Ravens offense, which went against some of their own tendencies through the first three games. “But as we got through the game, and you started to see plays repeat themselves, we were able to kind of settle down and see the same plays over and over again. And we were able to make the plays when we had to.”

Buffalo’s offense built on their touchdown drive to end the first half, putting together a 10-play 51-yard field goal drive with all those yards coming on the ground to make it a one-score game 20-13.

“All you can do is just keep going, taking it play by play, and execution fuels the team,” said Devin Singletary, who finished with 96 all-purpose yards to rebound from a fumble in the first half. “That brings energy, and it was able to get us going.”

The Bills defense locked up the Ravens offense on the ensuing possession forcing them to punt after just five plays. Buffalo’s offense answered with their longest drive of the game, a nine-play, 80-yard march culminating in an 11-yard touchdown run off a bootleg option by Josh Allen.

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