The Buffalo Bills will head to Baltimore for their Week 3 exhibition matchup against the Ravens and will do so as a greatly different organization than they were just a several weeks ago.
Quarterback Tyrod Taylor and the Buffalo Bills’ first-team offense will be looking to rebound after a bumpy road game against the Philadelphia Eagles in their second week preseason campaign. The Bills will be playing the third week preseason contest without the former first-rounder draft pick wide receiver Anquan Boldin, who out of the blue announced his retirement on Sunday. Bills head coach Sean McDermott said he expects his starters to step into the field in the second half of the game.
The Bills are struggling as usual heading into 2017 NFL regular season, and haven’t been competent to get anything going through the first couple of exhibition games. The Bills have gone 0-2 record to start the year, and are looking clinch their first win this year in Baltimore on Saturday night.
So far, the Buffalo’s first-team offense has not scored a touchdown during this year’s preseason. Bills’ offensive coordinator Rick Dennison has indicated that he’s holding back quite a bit of the team’s offense.
The Baltimore Ravens have a slew of potentiality for the 2017 NFL season after a devastating campaign in the previous year, and the organization have already shown beyond doubt how solid the franchise can be in the first couple of weeks of this summer’s preseason.
The Ravens has kicked off the preseason month with a 2-0 winning streak, with huge wins of 20 or more points over the Washington Redskins and the Miami Dolphins to open up the all-new season. The Ravens had been without veteran quarterback Joe Flacco for the first two exhibition contests of the preseason, and will probably be without him as they approach the 2017 NFL regular-season.
Here’s What You Need To Know
Game: Buffalo Bills vs Baltimore Ravens
Date: Saturday, August 26, 2017
Start Time: 4:00 PM PT, 6:00 PM CT, 7:00 PM ET
Location: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland
TV Channel: WKBW (ABC/7 – Buffalo) NFL Network
Radio: WGR550 550AM (Buffalo)
Online Stream: NFL Game Pass (7-Days Free Trial) will give you access to live out-of-market 2017 NFL preseason games.