Game Day Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills Links, 10/24

BALTIMORE, MD - OCTOBER 10: Ray Lewis #52 of the Baltimore Ravens rouses the crowd before a play against the Denver Broncos at M&T Bank Stadium on October 10, 2010 in Baltimore, Maryland. Players wore pink in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Ravens defeated the Broncos 31-17. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)

Gameday Tipsheet - Week 7 - BuffaloBills.com
Key matchups, advantages, and more are discussed by Chris Brown in this week's look at the game.

Elite talent on both sides of the ball gives Ravens ability to dominate - The Buffalo News
Allen Wilson sizes up today's match up.

Buffalo Bills: Sal's Six Points | Democrat and Chronicle
"Sal Maiorana presents six questions facing the Bills as they travel to Baltimore to play the Ravens today." Can the Bills avoid a shutout? is one of them.

Bills' bridge to the future is secure with Fitz - Jerry Sullivan - The Buffalo News
Sullivan is very complimentary of Ryan Fitzpatrick as the bridge to the QB of the future.

Bills-Ravens
Bills-Ravens Preview - BuffaloBills.com

The Associated Press look at the game this afternoon.

Ravens are made to stick - Bills & NFL - The Buffalo News
"The Baltimore Ravens have made 16 first-round draft choices since they were founded in 1996. Twelve of those selections have started 50 or more games for the Ravens. Fourteen of those picks made the NFL all-rookie team in their first season. Nine of those picks made the Pro Bowl while in Baltimore, and they have accounted for 42 trips to the NFL's all-star game."

Buffalo Bills face tough test in Baltimore Ravens | Democrat and Chronicle
"The Ravens are a whole lot better than the Bills, and an angry Baltimore team, playing on its home field, with Lewis and the rest of his pals on the NFL's third-ranked defense thirsty for redemption, is a recipe for disaster for winless Buffalo."

5 Things To Watch During Bills - Ravens - WGR 550 SportsRadio
"What are the matchups, and players to keep an eye out for during this one? Let's take a look at this week's five things to watch."

wgrz.com | Buffalo, NY | Struggling Bills Set to Face Ravens
"The Buffalo Bills (0-5) face an extremely difficult test coming off their bye week in Baltimore today. The Ravens (4-2) are one of the toughest and most physical teams in the NFL and will look to add to the Bills misery so far this season. Click on the video player to hear breakdowns on this game from Sal Maiorana of the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, and Tim Graham of espn.com."

Ravens focused on Bills - Carroll County Times: Ravens
"In the past three seasons, the Ravens have never lost to a team that didn’t make the playoffs."

Baltimore Ravens | Game Preview: Ravens Can Clean Palate
Game preview and tale of the tape from he Baltimore Ravens official site.

Milestones

  • Fred Jackson is 129 receiving yards away from 1,000 in his career.
  • Andra Davis needs one start for the 100th of his career.
  • Brian Moorman needs one game played for the 150th appearance of his career.
  • Roscoe Parrish needs one punt return for a touchdown for the fourth of his career and sole possession of first place in franchise history.
  • Willis McGahee needs 70 rushing yards for 6000 career rushing yards.

More Bills Links
Troup's role expanding - BuffaloBills.com

"One player who is starting to get more playing time is rookie nose tackle Torell Troup in Buffalo’s heavier four-man front, which was employed extensively against Jacksonville in Week 5. The second-round pick is one of the stoutest guys on the Bills, listed at 6’3" and 315 lbs. Drafted primarily to be a run stopper, Buffalo’s defensive staff is hoping his insertion into the lineup will help a run defense that ranks last in the NFL."

Buffalo Bills learning, losing as they work on plan | Democrat and Chronicle
"With five consecutive losses already in the books, a sixth possibly on the horizon today when the Bills travel to Baltimore to play the Ravens, and a roster that has been shaken more often than Lady Gaga's hips, folks are starting to wonder what the "plan" is."

Mystery solved: Bills last on second down - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Not surprisingly, the Bills rank dead last in second-down offense. They have gained a league-low 268 yards on 174 second downs for an average of 1.5 yards per attempt."

Read this AFC East chat wrap now - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Tim Graham's AFC East chat from this week. He discusses the UFL vs. Bills game.

Bills Face Daunting Task in Baltimore : Buffalo Sports Daily
Patrick Moran gives his take on today's game against the Ravens.

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