2010 Look Back – Bills Take Ravens to OT, Hang Tough in Setback

Today we go back to the 2010 season week six, as the Bills at 0-5 headed to Baltimore, only to hang tough with one of the AFC big boys – the Ravens. The Bills lost in OT, but hung tough and showed some fight in the loss.

Wow.

Where exactly did that come from?

It’s been a long time since the Buffalo Bills displayed  a show that was reminicent of The Greatest Show on Turf.  Somewhere, Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk are nodding their heads in accpetance.

Sure earlier this season, they went up to New England and put a charge into the Patriots, showed signs of breathing and ultimately wound up losing.  And despite the same script followed in Baltimore in which the Bills came up short against the Ravens, the Bills showed the kind of gutsy, heart-filled effort that fans can and should be proud of.

On a day when many of us weren’t expecting much, the Bills turned in the almost-unexpected.  Against one of the presumed AFC heavyweights, the Ravens were agitated over letting a win slip away that turned into an overtime loss in New England two weeks ago, returned all pro safety Ed Reed from injury and honored their 2000 Super Bowl team at halftime at M & T Bank Stadium.  All the ingredients were in place for the Bills to suffer a similar curb-stomping they received from the New York Jets a few weeks ago.

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