Week 6: Bills 33 Ravens 30

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  1. StevenRhysCann

    StevenRhysCann Arizona Cardinals

    May 7, 2010
    The Buffalo Bills (1-5) finally got their first win of the season with a crazy comeback in the final two minutes, coming from 10 points behind at the warning to win by 3 over the AFC North leading Baltimore Ravens (3-3).

    The Ravens got off to a fast start, Ray Rice going 76 yards on their opening possession for the TD, the Bills only able to answer with a 37 yard field goal. 6-3 Baltimore after the first quarter, with the Ravens missing their extra point attempt.

    Lee Evans would find his way into the endzone to put the Bills in front early in the second quarter, but the lead would be gone quickly as rookie TE Munchie Cosh caught a TD of his own for the Ravens. Buffalo CB Joselio Hanson would score on a pick 6 with just 8 second left in the half, but the Bills would inexplicably allow the Ravens to get into field goal range with a pass interference penalty and the 46 yard kick was good as time expired. 17-16 Buffalo at halftime.

    The Bills would add another field goal to start the third quarter, before the Ravens took back the lead on a 47 yard Brandon Jackson run. The Ravens took a 23-20 lead into the final quarter, and were looking like the superior team.

    When Ray Rice scored again with 2:57 remaining in the last quarter, the Ravens were 30-20 in front and looked unbeatable. However, Robert You would step up and keep the Bills alive. First, on 4th and 1 from the Ravens 40 yard line, he beat the blitz and found FB Corey McIntyre wide open for a huge TD that gave the Bills hope. The extra point was no good however, and the Ravens lead 30-26. After a failed onside kick, the Bills would stop Baltimore on 1st and 2nd down, using their last timeouts to stop the clock. On 3rd down, the Ravens would look to throw, but 4th overall pick Storm Williams would get the sack and the strip, Aaron Maybin recovering the fumble to give Buffalo possession at midfield.

    From there, You drove the team downfield, finally hitting TE Shawn Nelson for the game winning score with 12 seconds left on the clock, the defense doing the rest to preserve the 33-30 win.

    You had his best game of the season, going 23/40 for 350 yards with 3 TD's and 2 interceptions. The Bills defense picked off Joe Flacco 4 times, allowing them to stay in the game when the offense was struggling early. For the Ravens, Ray Rice was unstoppable, rushing for 144 yards and 2 TD's on 24 carries.

    GG Weblink.
  2. weblink21

    weblink21 Walk On

    Oct 9, 2009

    You too buddy. Very tough loss for me. Thought I had it, but you deserved the comeback win. Good luck with the rest of the season.

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