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Ravens CB Chris Carr Vs. Bills WR Lee Evans
Lee Evans is the starting No. 1 wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills, yet he is the third in terms of production. Evans has caught just 15 passes for 181 yards, with his only touchdown coming on a 45-yard bomb against the Jaguars.
Chris Carr has done a good job of filling in for Domonique Foxworth, who was injured before the season began. He has been solid in coverage, making 22 tackles, defending four passes and making an interception.
Evans is a big play threat, but the Bills really need to utilize all four receivers if they can exploit the secondary.
Ravens CB Fabian Washington Vs. Bills WR Roscoe Parrish
Roscoe Parrish has been a surprise for the Buffalo Bills this season, making 14 receptions for 221 yards with a touchdown. He is also a speedy big play threat, but his matchup against Fabian Washington is an interesting one.
Washington has been a solid pass defender, as he has batted away eight passes, and constantly keeps opposing receivers in check.
Bills WR's Steve Johnson, David Nelson
Steve Johnson has scored four touchdowns in his last three games, so the Ravens might want to focus on him a little more, as he also made 17 catches for 217 yards on the year. Undrafted rookie wide receiver David Nelson has also been a pleasant surprise, making 10 catches for 120 yards in his limited action.
Ed Reed's Return
Pro Bowl free safety Ed Reed is returning off the Physically Unable to Perform list, coming back from an injury that sidelined him for the first six games of the season. He is without question one of the best safeties in the game, and is not only a ball hawk, but an explosive hitter. It will be interesting to see if the Bills choose to test him.