Ravens Player Says The Bills Almost Lost the Game on This Play
The Buffalo Bills are looking ahead to the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday at Highmark Stadium, but there are still some looking back to the 17-point comeback win over the Baltimore Ravens this past Sunday.
It's a game many Bills fans thought was lost in the first half. The Bills offense committed two turnovers and nothing was going right.
However, the Bills came roaring back for the win and it finally proved that they can not only win a close game, but win a close game like that against a good team like the Ravens.
You may not realize though, just how close the game was to going to overtime and the Bills potentially losing the game.
Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell, who has been in the NFL since 2008 and one of the most steady all-around defensive lineman over the last 14 years.
He tweeted out this week an angle of the final run of the game from Bills running back Devin Singletary, and just how close edge rusher Odafe Oweh was to punching the ball away for a fumble.
It appears Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey was there to pounce on it if Singletary did fumble.
There would've been around 1:40 remaining for Baltimore if they had recovered. Instead, the Bills got a first down on a Josh Allen sneak and ran the clock down to kick a game-winning field goal.
I think it's amazing Singletary held on to the ball. He had both hands on it and it could not have possibly been a more perfect peanut-punch from Oweh.
I disagree it would have automatically won the Ravens the game but NFL players and coaches always preach it's a game of inches and this qualifies.