These are the Buffalo Bills, they don't know how to win and kept trying to give the game to Baltimore. Bills rookie QB EJ Manuel threw a pair of picks and lost a fumble. The Bills had three drives inside the Ravens 10-yard line that ended in field goals. I've seen more killer instinct in a troop of Brownies. The Buffalo defense had some issues too. The secondary had those five interceptions, but they also allowed Flacco to throw for 347 yards. Just under six minutes into the third quarter, Flacco hit Torrey Smith for a 26-yard TD that capped a stunning four-play 80-yard drive, and it looked like the Ravens had woken up. They were clearly so much more talented than the Bills, they had to win. Then, the next Ravens drive, interception, and another Bills field goal. In the fourth, Flacco hit Smith again, this time with a 74-yard bomb that hit the blazing-fast receiver in stride. Smith was tripped up just yards shy of the end zone, setting up first and 10, but the remarkable play led only to a field goal. Bills 23, Ravens 17. After a quick Bills three-and-out, the Ravens started strong again with a 33-yard strike to Deonte Thompson capped off with a helmet-to-helmet hit that ended Thompson's day with a concussion, but moved the ball to the Bills' 11. Again, the Ravens settled for three. It seemed like the Bills kept gift-wrapping the game for Baltimore, but each time, the Ravens refused to take it.