The last time the Bills took a trip to Baltimore, two quarterbacks from the 2018 NFL draft made their NFL debuts. Now those same quarterbacks, Josh Allen and Lamar Jackson, will face each other this Sunday afternoon when the Bills look for their first win in Baltimore since October 31, 1999.
Just four weeks into the 2022 NFL season, both Allen and Jackson are already in the MVP conversation. The two signal callers averaged 7.3 offensive TD per game this season, the highest combined total among opposing quarterbacks entering a head-to-head Week 4 matchup or later.
Sunday afternoon's game will mark the fourth matchup between head coaches Sean McDermott and John Harbaugh, who were both on Andy Reid's 1999 Philadelphia Eagles coaching staff. Since taking on their respective head coaching positions, Harbaugh holds a winning 2-1 record over McDermott, who looks to even that out this weekend.
Here are some other trends and milestones to look out for when the Bills take on the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium:
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- With a double-digit win, the Bills can notch the team's 21st consecutive win by 10+ points and would establish a new NFL record. The team would overtake the Chicago Bears' 20-game streak of such wins that was set in 1940-41.
- With an opening drive TD, the Bills would extend their streak to nine consecutive games with an opening drive TD would mark the longest in the NFL since at least 1983, surpassing an 8-game streak by Atlanta in 2016.
- With 400+ yards, the Bills would establish a new club-record with a 5-game streak of 400+ yard games.
- With 3 sacks, the team would have 14 total sacks over the first 4 games of a season for the first time since a club record of 15 sacks through four games in 1997.
QB Josh Allen
- With 100+ rushing yards, Allen would become the fourth NFL QB since 1950 with at least 4 games with 100+ rushing yards, joining Lamar Jackson (12), Michael Vick (10), and Russell Wilson (4).
- With 2 total TDs, Allen would surpass Andrew Luck (146) and tie Peyton Manning (147) for the fourth-most total touchdowns in a player's first five NFL seasons.
- With 350+ passing yards, Allen would have nine career 350+ yard passing games, surpassing Jim Kelly (8) for the most such games in team history.
WR Stefon Diggs
- With seven receptions, Diggs would set a new club record for the most reception in a season's first 4 games. The current mark, 33, was set by Eric Moulds in 2022.
RB Devin Singletary
- With a receiving TD, Singletary would become the first Bills running back with receiving TDs in back-to-back games since Thurman Thomas in 1995.
DE Greg Rousseau
- With a full sack, Rousseau would reach 4.5 sacks for the season, establishing a new career-high.