The Baltimore Ravens will look to move to 11-2 on the 2019 season when they head to Orchard Park, New York to take on the 9-3 Buffalo Bills this Sunday at New Era Field.
The Ravens moved to 10-2 with a hotly contested 20-17 victory over the now 10-2 San Francisco 49ers this past Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium. It was an ugly affair overall with a constant downpour limiting both passing offenses throughout the contest, but the Ravens emerged victorious on a Justin Tucker game winning 49 yard field goal:
The 7-2 Baltimore Ravens are the hottest team in the NFL and will return home Sunday to take on the 6-3 Houston Texans in a game that will give the winner an inside track at a first round bye in the AFC playoff picture.
The Ravens are fresh off of their fifth straight win, a 49-13 triumph over the woeful Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium. The Ravens were buoyed by another MVP caliber performance from QB Lamar Jackson and two defensive touchdowns. Jackson was 15-17 woth 223 yards and three touchdowns through the air. He also added seven carries for 65 yards including this electrifying touchdown run:
With their dominant 49-13 win over the Cincinnati Bengals this week, the Baltimore Ravens moved to 7-2 on the year. This is just the second time in franchise history that the Ravens have got off to this good of a start. The last time they did so was in 2012 and we all know how that season ended.
It’s hard not to be excited after a win like this. The Ravens were almost unanimously picked to defeat the winless Bengals but to put up another performance like they did in week one, says to me that this team should be looking beyond just a division title in 2019.