Ravens take early lead over Bills after Josh Allen interception

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Things couldn’t have started much better for the Ravens today in Baltimore.

Bills quarterback Josh Allen threw an interception in the first minute of the first quarter that Baltimore’s Marlon Humphrey ran back inside the 10-yard line, and two plays later Lamar Jackson tossed a one-yard shovel pass to J.K. Dobbins for a Ravens touchdown.

Baltimore is up 7-0 less than two minutes into the game.

With both the Bills and Ravens entering the game 2-1, this has the feel of a game that could have major playoff implications as the season progresses. The Ravens struck first.

15 responses to “Ravens take early lead over Bills after Josh Allen interception

  1. Well definitely turned it’s off with 50 seconds remaining in the first. This team sucks

  2. I love how everyone crowned the Bills the Super Bowl Champions a few weeks ago and the way things are looking Miami will be alone at the top of the division at the end of the day.

  3. I kind of crack up when I see ‘wide right’. That was over 3 decades ago.

    A bit desperate.

    The Bills did pretty much everything wrong, and are only down 10. I wouldn’t count them out just yet.

  4. Oooops, all tied up.
    Allen and Mahomes will be competing for super bowls while Mac Jones will be traded to Atlanta for a 3rd rounder in a couple years

  5. All that Bills hate in the earlier comments.. Crickets now. Gritty road win for Buffalo. They needed to finally win a close game. I’ll take 3-1 with the schedule this team has played so far. A Lot of season left.

  6. Refreshing to see the Bills make some adjustments at halftime
    After getting absolutely manhandled on both sides of the line of scrimmage. Not sure how they did it, but it’s rare to win like hat when your lines are losing the battle the way they were.
    Definitely a gritty win

  7. I love how 3/4 of the people commenting here think that a football game is only 30 min

  8. I love seeing how all of the comments left prior to 2:15 have aged.
    The game is 60 minutes.
    The Bills have a lot of heart.

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