Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens: Three Things we Learned

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BALTIMORE, MD – SEPTEMBER 09: Quarterback Lamar Jackson #8 of the Baltimore Ravens rushes against the Buffalo Bills during the second half at M&T Bank Stadium on September 9, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

Here are three things we learned from the Baltimore Ravens beating the Buffalo Bills at home 47 to 3 in the Week One NFL opener.

The Baltimore Ravens showed out in their home opener for week one, crushing the Buffalo Bills 47-3 as the Ravens starters were pulled from the game in the middle of the third quarter.

For the Ravens on offense, everyone was involved as they had six total touchdowns from six different players (three rushing and three receiving) with all three free agent receivers (Michael Crabtree, John Brown, Willie Snead) catching a touchdown.

On defense, they had a sack fest with six sacks as well as two interceptions as sophomore pass rusher Tim Williams notches his first sack as a Baltimore Raven. Even Lamar Jackson made his debut in relief of Joe Flacco, but Jackson’s impact was felt more on the ground with 39 yards on seven carries to just one completion for 24 yards in the air.

The Bills had a rough start from the get-go and it was not pretty from there, even with Josh Allen coming in to replace Nathan Peterman to make his NFL debut by halftime. LeSean McCoy had no room to get anything going as the Ravens defense was suffocating throughout the whole game, even when the starters were not in.

The Bills could be in contention of a top pick in next years NFL Draft as their offense could be considered the worst in professional football.

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