4 most memorable Divisional Round games in Buffalo Bills history

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Baltimore Ravens at Buffalo Bills (2020 Playoffs)

The next game is one that was just played last year as the Baltimore Ravens came to Buffalo to play the Bills. It was a defensive battle as the game was tied at only three points at halftime with neither team finding much success on offense.

On the opening drive of the third quarter, the Bills would score the first touchdown of the game on a three-yard touchdown reception by Stefon Diggs. The Ravens would respond with a 15-play drive that got them inside the red zone and they looked like they were going to tie the game back up.

However, Taron Johnson would make one of the biggest plays in franchise history with a 101-yard interception returned for a touchdown. It also tied the NFL record for the longest pick-six in the postseason, with Green Bay Packers’ George Teague recording a 101-yard pick-six in the 1993 playoffs.

That play is one that won’t be forgotten for a long time and essentially put the game out of reach for the Baltimore Ravens.