Bills Beat Ravens To Reach First AFC Title Game Since 1994

The Buffalo Bills advance to the AFC Championship game with a 17-3 victory over the Baltimore Ravens. It was a ride the Bills are not very accustomed to seeing.

The first half showed off the best that each defense had to offer, as the squads entered halftime tied 3-3. Buffalo’s offense, which was dynamic at the end of the season, and Lamar Jackson, arguably the most explosive quarterback in the entire league, were both stalled by the defensive tactics of each defensive coordinator.

Buffalo found a way to break through on their first drive of the second half. The Bills used the ground game a bit more, ultimately scoring on a three-yard wide receiver screen to wideout Stefon Diggs.

The Ravens returned with a long drive of their own, but their response was thwarted by cornerback Taron Johnson. Johnson returned a Jackson interception 101 yards for a touchdown.Buffalo’s defense would lock down the Ravens for the remainder of the game… and they’re now one win away.