NFL Week 4 Scores: Ravens get ‘D’ for blasting Big progress vs Bills Raiders get ‘A’ for first win

If we learn one thing about crows In this season, you should not stop any game they are playing because there is a good chance that they will miss out on a big lead.

For the second time in three weeks, the Ravens appeared to have wrapped up a win, and for the second time in three weeks, they let that win slip. In Week 2, the Dawn Ravens made a 21-point lead in the fourth quarter against dolphins. This time, the Dawn Ravens advanced 17 points in a wild 23-20 loss to Invoices.

It is difficult to determine the most serious loss, but it may be the most recent due to its low. With 4:16 left to play, the Ravens had a fourth on Buffalo’s 2-yard line, and at that point they had a chance to attempt a field shot. However, John Harbo decided to go for the landing and the decision ended up backfiring in a big way: Lamar Jackson got in the way.

It was an interesting theatrical call given that the Ravens’ attack struggled most of the second half. Also, the Ravens failed to score on the one-yard line and four-yard line on both games before their fourth down attempt.

All in all, the Ravens’ offense caused a disappearance during the last two and a half quarters of the year. After leading 20-3 with 3:39 left in the second quarter, Baltimore will not score again.

If Harbaugh had chosen to kick the goal, the Ravens would have gone 23-20 with nearly four minutes remaining, and while that doesn’t guarantee a Baltimore win, you feel a lot better about your chances of winning if you have the lead with less than Four minutes left to play.

“I felt it gave us the best chance of winning the match,” Harbu He said after the match about his decision to go there. “I was very confident that our defense could stop them there with the ball at the 2-yard line, so we reinforced them if we didn’t get it.”

Unlike losing to the dolphins, there was definitely some frustration visible from the crows late in this game. Things got so bad that Marcus Peters actually went after Harpo to exchange words with him.

It’s easy to understand why the Ravens were frustrated: Their attack collapsed in the second half and their defense couldn’t stop the Bales during the final two quarters of the game.

Over the course of their franchise history, the Ravens are now 101-5 in any game as they have led by at least 17 points. The ugly part is that two of those five losses have occurred within the past three weeks.

Well, let’s get to the scores for each game from Week 4. If you’re looking for a deeper look at Cincinnati’s 27-15 win over Miami played on Thursday, Make sure to click here.

Buffalo 23-20 over Baltimore

Bills-Ravens Score by John Breech (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Minnesota 28-25 over New Orleans in London

Vikings-Saints Score by John Breech (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Atlanta 23-20 over Cleveland

Browns-Falcons Scores by John Breech (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Dallas 10-25 over Washington

Commanders-Cowboys Grades by John Breech (Love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Seattle 48-45 over Detroit

Seahawks-Lions Degrees by John Breech (Do you love degrees? Hate degrees? Let him know on Twitter.)

Tennessee 24-17 over Indianapolis

Titans-Colts Score by John Breech (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Los Angeles chargers 34-24 over Houston

Chargers-Texans Score by John Breech (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

New York giants 20-12 over Chicago

Degrees of the Giants – Jordan Dajani (Do you love degrees? Hate degrees? Let him know on Twitter.)

New York Planes 24-20 over Pittsburgh

Jets-Steelers Grades by Bryan DeArdo (Love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Philadelphia 29-21 over Jacksonville

Jaguars-Eagles Score by Jeff Kerr (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Arizona 26-16 over Carolina

Cardinals-Panthers Score by John Breech (Love degrees? Hate degrees? Let him know on Twitter.)

Las Vegas 32-23 over Denver

Broncos-Raiders Score by Jared Dubin (Love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Green Bay 27-24 over New England VOT

Patriots-Packers Score by Tyler Sullivan (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Kansas City 41-31 over Tampa Bay

Chiefs-Buccaneers Degrees by John Breech (Love Degrees? Hate Degrees? Let him know on Twitter.)

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