Bills - Ravens: times, TV and how to watch online NFL
All the information you need on how, when and where to watch the NFL Playoff Divisional Round tie between the Bills and the Ravens on Saturday, 16 January.
The Baltimore Ravens take on the Buffalo Bills in the second of this weekend’s NFL Playoff Divisional Round ties.
The Ravens recorded their sixth straight win against the Titans in the Wild Card round last Saturday, while the Bills have a seven-game win streak, with QB Josh Allen leading the Buffalo team to their first playoff win since 1995 against the Colts last Saturday (27-24).
Bills, the no.2 seed, now have the longest winning streak in NFL, but standing in the way of an eight consecutive win are the fifth-seeded Ravens who are more than capable of creating an upset.
“To me, one of the more complete teams in the playoffs,” Bills coach Sean McDermott said. “Well coached, extremely talented. So, we’ve got to play our best game.”
Of course, the Bills lost 24-17 to the Ravens last year. “It’s still a tough watch,” admitted Allen. But this year, the Bills QB is quite a different player leading quite a different team, who are the analysts’ favorites.
“Usually when you evaluate a quarterback and he’s not accurate, it’s hard for them to shed that tag,” Ravens defensive coordinator Wink Martindale said of Allen. “What he’s done in the offseason and what he’s done this year is amazing to see. It’s accuracy on the move, it’s accuracy out of the pocket. Everything he’s done, he’s become more accurate with it.”
When does Bills vs Ravens get underway?
The NFL Playoff Divisional Round tie between the Bills and the Ravens takes place at the Bills Stadium, Orchard Park, New York on Saturday, 16 January, with the game getting underway at 8:15 pm EST (7.15pm CST / 5.15pm PST).
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The Bills-Ravens game will be televised by NBC with Al Michaels on play-by-play and Cris Collinsworth on analysis. Michelle Tafoya will be reporting from the sidelines.
NBC Universo will also be broadcasting the game live. Edgar Lopez will be on play-by-play, Rene Giraldo will have analysis duties, while Veronica Contreras will be on the sidelines.
NFL Game Pass offers replays of every game, available as soon as the live broadcast ends.
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