Bills QB Tyrod Taylor talks about returning to play at M&T Bank Stadium, where he spent four seasons as the backup to Ravens QB Joe Flacco. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun video)
The Ravens and Buffalo Bills will meet for just the seventh time Sunday, with the series record tied at 3-3. The Buffalo sideline will feature plenty of faces with Ravens ties, from quarterback Tyrod Taylor and safety Corey Graham to head coach Rex Ryan, defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman, offensive coordinator Greg Roman and assistant defensive backs coach Ed Reed.
Here are three stats to keep in mind before Sunday's 1 p.m. game at M&T Bank Stadium.
5-9: The Bills have not fared well in Week 1 away from Ralph Wilson Stadium, dropping nine of 14 road openers, including five of their past seven.
20: The Bills were especially successful last year when they held opponents to 20 points or fewer, going 7-1. The Ravens, meanwhile, went 2-8 last season when they scored 20 points or fewer.
26: Much will be made of Taylor's blossoming into a dual-threat quarterback after leaving the Ravens in 2015, but the former sixth-round pick has yet to pass for 300 yards in a game in his career. Joe Flacco, meanwhile, has 26 300-yard games, including three in season openers (2009, 2013 and 2014).