Buffalo Bills: 3 Teams they may want to avoid on Wild Card Weekend
Baltimore Ravens (7-5), 3rd AFC North
The Baltimore Ravens and reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson, vaunt the run-heaviest offense in the league. In their 2019 matchup in Buffalo, the Bills held the Ravens to 3.6 yards per carry on 33 attempts. But this is not the same Bills’ defense of last year. Although Buffalo’s defensive unit has improved in recent weeks, Baltimore’s formidable rush offense and the reinvigorated quarterback could present a challenge for the Bills in the postseason.
The Ravens rank first in rushing yards and second in rushing attempts. Teams know what to expect from the Ravens on offense. Baltimore sits in the 8th spot in the AFC Standings, but their combined opponent’s win-loss record is 17-30-1.
If they can win the games they’ll be favored in, they’ll have a look at one of the final Wild Card spots. And if the Ravens do travel to Buffalo in January and are tasked with playing in the elements, they could potentially be deadly running the football; an area where the Buffalo Bills defense has been most vulnerable.