The Buffalo Bills are set to travel to M&T Bank Stadium to take on the Baltimore Ravens. This is arguably one of the most anticipated matchups of the week between two of the best teams in the league. The Bills and the Ravens have been at the top of their games this season and are shaping up to both be Super Bowl contenders this year. This could possibly be a matchup that we see again in the playoffs depending on how the end-of-year seeding plays out. Both teams come into the game with a record of 2-1. Interestingly, both the Bills and the Ravens’ sole loss both come at the hands of the Miami Dolphins. The Bills were knocked off by the Dolphins in three by a final score of 21-19. On the flip side, Miami took down Baltimore in week two by a final score of 42-38. This should be an incredible game against two of the best football teams in the world. Fans cannot ask for much more than a matchup like this one.
Buffalo Bills Look to Bounce Back After Very Close Week Three Loss Against the Miami Dolphins
As previously mentioned, the Buffalo Bills took their first loss of the year last season after starting 2-0 and looking like the most dominant team in the league. In week one, they beat the reigning Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams by a final score of 31-10. In week two, they dismantled the Tennessee Titans 41-7.
The Bills are possibly the most complete team in the NFL. They have an incredible offense headed by Josh Allen and the passing game. Allen was an MVP candidate coming into the year, and he has only strengthened his case early on this season. His connection with Stephon Diggs is as good as ever and defenses around the league have been hard-pressed to find an answer.
On the defensive end, the Bills have an incredible pass rush led by Von Miller and a lockdown secondary. Poised for a Super Bowl run this year, the Bills are one of the toughest teams to beat.
Baltimore Ravens Hope to Take Over First Place In the AFC North
On the flip side, the Baltimore Ravens have also had a very impressive start to their 2022 campaign. Lamar Jackson is also clawing for the MVP award this season, and if he continues to put together incredible performances as he has so far this year, he could end the season with his second career MVP award.
The Ravens’ offense completely revolved around Jackson. If he is having an off game, the team has little to no chance of winning, however, he has played at an elite level every week so far this year. Buffalo’s defense will make for a very tall task for Jackson and the Ravens, however, when he is playing at his best, there is not a single defense in the league that can stop Lamar Jackson.