Baltimore Ravens vs Buffalo Bills takes place in week 4 of the NFL 2013 regular season on Sunday with the Ravens looking to continue their winning streak by taking a third win in a row today. The game will start at 1 p.m. ET and can be watched online through live stream by clicking here.
The Ravens have done amazingly well to bounce back so powerfully since their opening day loss to the Denver Broncos at the start of the month. The manner of their 27-49 defeat to Peyton Manning and his Broncos would have been demoralizing, however, they have shown great character to come back the way they have the past two games.
In week 2 they grinded out an important 14-6 win at home to Cleveland, and last week they managed to crush a strong Houston Texans team 30-9. That leaves them 2-1 and sets them up well if they can now push on and defeat Buffalo today, and Miami next Sunday.
Joe Flacco has done very well considering he hasn't had much to throw at this season. The Ravens quarterback is 27 of 43 for 366 yards on third down, which is 50 yards more than any other quarterback in the NFL.
Meanwhile the Ravens are 13th in the NFL for total points scored per game at 23.7 points. In all other areas of offense they are struggling; 29th in the NFl for total yards per game (308.3), 20th for total yards on pass per game (231), and 25th on rush yards per game (77.3).
However, thanks to a powerhouse defense over the past two weeks, which has let through just 15 points over two games, they have managed to pull off two good wins. They will be hoping to make it three straight wins today.
The Bills come into this game at 1-2, having lost to New England 21-23 in week 1, and 20-27 against the New York Jets last week. In between those games they pulled out a tight 24-23 win over Carolina. They have another big test today if they are to climb back to .500, but will be desperate to pull off a win, otherwise they will suffer a 1-3 start to the season, which would not bode well for their season aspirations.
Baltimore Ravens vs Buffalo Bills starts at 1 p.m. ET and can be watched on TV on the CBS network, or online through live stream by clicking here.