Ravens vs. Bills: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Final: Buffalo Bills 23, Baltimore Ravens 20
The defending champions were thoroughly outplayed in every phase by the Buffalo Bills. The Ravens still had their chances to leave Week 4 with a win, but the offense was abysmal and couldn't capitalize on anything the defense gave them.
This was a great performance by the Bills and the Ravens have serious problems on offense. Joe Flacco threw as many interceptions as Ray Rice had carries, and the running and passing games were completely dysfunctional.
And another pick for Joe Flacco, the second by Kiko Alonso. Game over for the Ravens.— Andrea Hangst (@FBALL_Andrea) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 0:57
Flacco sets a career-high for the wrong reasons. His fifth interception of the day ends the game, and Buffalo has beaten the defending Super Bowl champions.
Torrey Smith has four receptions for 145 yards, one touchdown, 36.3 average per reception. His fifth potential catch is being reviewed— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 1:52
John Harbaugh must be sweating right now. On 3rd-and-18, Flacco completes a 21-yard pass to Torrey Smith, but it's under review. This could be the game for the Ravens.
Joe Flacco sacked, and that takes us to the two-minute warning. Ravens now facing 2nd-and-18 from their ownn 29.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, Two-Minute Warning
The Ravens really couldn't afford that sack by Marcell Dareus. Somebody will need to step up and make a play. Can anybody do it?
Ravens' defense shuts down Bills with 2:30 remaining. Ravens call timeout, have two timeouts left and two-minute warning— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 2:30
The Baltimore defense does it again. Three-and-out for the Bills, and the Ravens will get the ball back needing a field goal to tie it up.
Justin Tucker makes a 24-yard FG and the Ravens now trail 23-20.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 4:04
Joe Flacco decides to throw a jump ball to the 5'8" Ray Rice in the red zone and it falls incomplete. The Ravens settle for a field goal, and the Bills get the ball back.
Their mission is the same as last time: hold on to the ball for as long as possible.
The Bills go three-and-out and #Ravens now have ball on own 44 trailing by 6 with 5:43 to play.— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 5:43
Baltimore's defense earns their paycheck, forcing the Bills to go three-and-out. Joe Flacco, it's your turn to earn your gargantuan paycheck. Here we go, ladies and gentlemen.
Justin Tucker's 35-yard FG is GOOD. Ravens cut the score to 23-17 with 7:12 left in the 4th quarter.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 7:12
Tucker's field goal has brought the Ravens back into this game.
Corey Graham with the interception. The #Ravens are hanging around, but time is ticking down.— Matt Vensel (@mattvensel) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 8:33
Corey Graham makes a huge play, intercepting EJ Manuel. The Baltimore offense gets the ball back with eight minutes needing two scores to take the lead.
Joe Flacco needs to score quickly. Can he do it?
Bills have rushed for 211 yards on 45 carries, one touchdown— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) September 29, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 9:40
Coming into Week 4, the Ravens had allowed an average of 74 rushing yards per game. Buffalo has eclipsed that mark and then some today.
Fourth Quarter, 14:56
Baltimore has run the ball zero times in the second half. Given that they picked up 15 yards on seven carries in the first half and that the offensive line looks incapable of blocking, you can't blame offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell for moving away from the run.
Moving forward, however, the Ravens have to figure out what is going wrong with their O-line.
And it was overturned. Props to Jimmy Smith for getting his hand in there to contest the touchdown catch. Bills' field goal makes it 23-14.— Matt Vensel (@mattvensel) September 29, 2013
Third Quarter, 1:54
The Ravens catch a break after Robert Woods' TD catch was ruled incomplete. The Bills once again settle for a field goal in the red zone, which is crucial for Baltimore's comeback hopes given how putrid its offense has looked.
Joe Flacco ties his career-high with his fourth interception.— Matt Vensel (@mattvensel) September 29, 2013
Third Quarter, 4:53
I hope nobody was starting Joe Flacco in their fantasy leagues.
Third Quarter, 6:50
The Ravens are bailed out by an unlucky play by the Bills. Scott Chandler made an excellent over-the-shoulder grab on the sidelines, gets his right foot down but his left foot comes down on his other foot. Incomplete pass, and the Bills now face a 3rd-and-20.
Touchdown pass to Torrey Smith, Ravens have now made this a one-score game. Trailing 20-14 as soon as extra point is kicked— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) September 29, 2013
Third Quarter, 7:17
Torrey Smith's first touchdown of the season brings the Ravens within six points.
That's Joe Flacco's third interception. Flacco is 13 of 27 for 120 yards, one touchdown, 33.5 rating. Has been sacked twice, hit six times— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) September 29, 2013
Third Quarter, 10:24
Aaron Williams picks off Joe Flacco in the end zone. The Ravens can't afford to leave points on the field with how terrible their offense has looked. The brilliant play of the defense amounts to nothing.
Daryl Smith, the gem of Baltimore's defense, picks off EJ Manuel.— Andrea Hangst (@FBALL_Andrea) September 29, 2013
Third Quarter, 11:16
Daryl Smith once again makes a huge play for the Ravens, intercepting EJ Manuel and giving Joe Flacco the ball in the red zone.
Ravens force a three-and-out on the opening drive of the second half. Offense will get a chance to turn things around now.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 29, 2013
Third Quarter, 13:04
A good start by the Baltimore defense, forcing a three-and-out and giving the offense excellent starting position on the Ravens' 45-yard line.
Fred Jackson rumbles for a first down, but it's coming back on a holding penalty. Now the Bills might be out of field goal range.— Matt Vensel (@mattvensel) September 29, 2013
Second Quarter 1:17
Instead of kicking the 46-yard field goal on 4th-and-inches, the Bills opt to go for it and Jackson's long run is negated by a holding penalty.
The Bills now punt, and the Ravens get the ball back with 1:17 left on the clock and three timeouts. This could be a game-changing moment, but that's assuming the Ravens can get anything going on offense.
At the two-minute warning, the Bills are driving again and at the Ravens' 28-yard line.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 29, 2013
That last drive was a good microcosm of the Ravens' half. A Tandon Doss fumble was overturned and the Ravens are ecstatic with an incomplete pass. Then Ray Rice runs for zero yards, and Joe Flacco is sacked on third down.
Sam Koch punts from his own 5-yard line, and Jim Leonhard returns it to the Baltimore 37.
Can't throw to Dickson. Can't throw to Doss. Stokley and Jacoby are injured. Kinda limits Flacco's options.— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) September 29, 2013
Second Quarter, 4:26
None of the Ravens receivers has been able to make a play today other than Marlon Brown, as summed up by ESPN's Jamison Hensley.
Doss fumble being reviewed, #Ravens need this one overturned— Ravens 101 (@BaltRavens101) September 29, 2013
Second Quarter, 4:26
Not a good stretch by Tandon Doss. He makes a terrible decision to catch a punt at his own 5-yard line which gives the Ravens bad starting field position. Then he fumbles the first-down pass, although the play is under review.
Ravens' offense today: three first downs, two interceptions, 73 yards of total offense, five penalties for 34 yards— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) September 29, 2013
Second Quarter, 6:10
The Ravens have looked awful in this first half. Flacco almost threw his third interception of the half, and they can't get anything to work.
First rushing TD allowed by Ravens defense in 2013.— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) September 29, 2013
Second Quarter, 6:52
Fred Jackson scores, and the Bills take a 13-point lead.
Joe Flacco's pass clanks off the hands of Ed Dickson and intercepted.— Matt Vensel (@mattvensel) September 29, 2013
Second Quarter, 8:05
Ed Dickson can't hold on to a pass, the ball bounces up and Joe Flacco has thrown his second interception of the day (although blame should go to Dickson).
The Bills have great field position once again, and it has been another terrible start for the Baltimore Ravens.
EJ Manuel connects with Robert Woods for a 41-yard touchdown pass, beating Corey Graham, Lardarius Webb's replacement— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) September 29, 2013
Second Quarter, 8:40
Buffalo is running the football with some ease against the fourth-best run defense in the NFL. The result is effective play-action fakes and a 42-yard touchdown to Robert Woods.
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