Ravens 28, Bills 14
The Ravens defense is finding a rhythm, and that means trouble for the Bills. The Ravens should have little trouble with the Bills on the road.
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Ravens 21, Bills 17
The Ravens defense is playing well, and the Bills are starting a rookie quarterback. That matchup works well for the Ravens.
Ravens 23, Bills 20
The Bills may be 1-2, but they're no pushover. Each of their first three games has been decided by one scoring play. But the Ravens appear to be getting their feet under them and should be able to get out of Buffalo with a win.
Ravens 25, Bills 9
The Ravens make it three games in a row without giving up a defensive touchdown, and the offense starts to find its legs in the running game against one of the NFL's worst run defenses.
Ravens 27, Bills 13
Running game gets boost from Ray Rice, pounding a vulnerable defense as Joe Flacco connects for at least one long touchdown to Torrey Smith while defense exploits rookie EJ Manuel.
Ravens 23, Bills 13
This won't be an easy walk in Orchard Park for the Ravens, but the visitors will be able to get their run game revved up, and Dean Pees' defense should confuse rookie quarterback EJ Manuel enough to get the win.
Stan "The Fan" Charles
Ravens 26, Bills 13
It'll be a while before I "publicly" pick against John Harbaugh again. The Ravens proved something against the Texans. This week, they will get a bit more going offensively and run the ball better. Defensively, this can be a formidable side of the ball and will be against a rookie QB EJ Manuel.