Highlights: Bills 23-20 Ravens in NFL 2022
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3:09 PM2 months ago

Final Score

3:06 PM2 months ago

Game is Over

The game ends, thanks for joining us in broadcasting the game Buffalo Bills 23-20 Baltimore Ravens, we are waiting for you at VAVEL for more broadcasts.
3:05 PM2 months ago

4Q | 0:01

FIELD GOAL! Tyler Bass gives the Bills the victory with a 21-yard kick.
3:04 PM2 months ago

4Q | 0:03

Field goal attempt is coming for the Bills.
2:54 PM2 months ago

4Q | 2:14

Quickly the Bills get into Baltimore territory and could consecrate the somersault.
2:51 PM2 months ago

4Q | 4:15

INTERCEPTION! The game's longest-running offense ends with Jordan Poyer's intercepted pass in his end zone.
2:43 PM2 months ago

4Q | 9:05

Long offensive of the Ravens that continue to get closer little by little to the red zone.
2:36 PM2 months ago

4Q | 12:20

Lamar Jackson's offense crosses midfield trying to retake the lead in the game.
2:35 PM2 months ago

4Q | 15:00

The last quarter starts.
2:35 PM2 months ago

Bye to the third

The third quarter ends with a tie at 20 points by both teams.
2:28 PM2 months ago

Tying the game!

Josh Allen with the breakaway to tie the game at 20 points, a great game closure is coming:
2:19 PM2 months ago

3Q | 3:26

TOUCHDOWN! Josh Allen's 11-yard run to tie the game, Tyler Bass' extra is good and the Bills are back in the game.
2:09 PM2 months ago

3Q | 5:04

The Bills cross midfield looking to eliminate the difference in the game.
2:05 PM2 months ago

The Bills return?

Pass to Isaiah McKenzie to the side for the Bills to close the gap on the scoreboard:
1:57 PM2 months ago

3Q | 9:42

FIELD GOAL! Tyler Bass gets the 3 points with a 32-yard kick.
1:56 PM2 months ago

3Q | 9:49

Josh Allen's offense is slowed down in Baltimore territory and they will have a field goal opportunity.
1:50 PM2 months ago

3Q | 12:28

The Ravens' first offense this half isn't good and they get rid of the ball.
1:43 PM2 months ago

3Q | 15:00

The third quarter begins.
1:26 PM2 months ago


We go into the break with a partial victory for Baltimore by 10 points.
1:25 PM2 months ago

2Q | 0:09

TOUCHDOWN! Pass the sideline from Josh Allen to Isaiah McKenzie for the Bills to close the gap before halftime. The Tyler Bass extra is good.
1:20 PM2 months ago

2Q | 1:37

Bad Baltimore offense that can't move forward and clear the ball.
1:08 PM2 months ago

2Q | 2:51

Josh Allen's offense is very bad, they still don't connect and clear the ball with less than 1 minute of possession.
1:04 PM2 months ago

2Q | 3:44

FIELD GOAL! Justin Tucker again with 3 more points with a kick of 51 yards.
1:02 PM2 months ago

3Q | 3:57

The Ravens can't score and are already in field goal attempt formation.
12:58 PM2 months ago

2Q | 8:10

The Ravens get into the red zone, great play by Lamar Jackson and his offense.
12:54 PM2 months ago

Back to back!

JK Dobbins with his second touchdown of the day as the Ravens are dominating Buffalo:
12:47 PM2 months ago

2Q | 12:54

FIELD GOAL! Justin Tucker with 3 more with kick of 42 yards.
12:46 PM2 months ago

2Q | 13:46

The Bills fail to score points and are forced to punt, very little of Buffalo's offense at the moment.
12:42 PM2 months ago

2Q | 15:00

The second quarter starts.
12:36 PM2 months ago

End of the first

The first quarter ends with an 11-point lead for Baltimore.
12:33 PM2 months ago

1Q | 1:10

TOUCHDOWN! JK Dobbins' breakaway for his second touchdown of the day, Justin Tucker's bonus is nice. Advantage of 11 for Baltimore.
12:30 PM2 months ago

1Q | 2:37

Again the Ravens get into the red zone in search of the second entry.
12:27 PM2 months ago

Ravens hits first!

Short pass for JK Dobbins to open the scoring at M&T Bank Stadium:
12:21 PM2 months ago

1Q | 10:14

FIELD GOAL! Tyler Bass gets the 3 points with a 38-yard kick.
12:20 PM2 months ago

1Q | 12:11

The Bills cross midfield looking to get back in the game.
12:09 PM2 months ago

1Q | 13:26

TOUCHDOWN! Pass from Lamar Jackson to JK Dobbins and the Ravens take advantage of the interception to go ahead on the scoreboard.
12:08 PM2 months ago

1Q | 14:23

INTERCEPTION! Josh Allen's first drive is stopped by Marlon Humphrey at the Bills 26-yard line.
12:03 PM2 months ago

1Q | 15:00

Kick off the match at M&T Bank Stadium.
11:57 AM2 months ago

About to start

We are just minutes away from the start of the game presentation and previous NFL protocols.
11:48 AM2 months ago

Injury Report

These are the players who will not see action today:
Bills: Ed Oliver, Jake Kumerow, Jordan Phillips, Christian Benford, Justin Murray, and Tommy Sweeney.
Ravens: Ronnie Stanley, Patrick Mekari, Justin Houston, Jalyn Armor Davis and Kenyan Drake.
11:43 AM2 months ago

The Ravens appears!

The Ravens are already on the grid doing the last warm-up before the start of the game:
11:39 AM2 months ago

The Bills appears!

The Bills take to the field for final drills before kickoff:
11:34 AM2 months ago


Jerome Boger will be the central referee in this duel between Bills and Ravens in week 4 of the 2022 NFL Season.
11:30 AM2 months ago

The Bills are here!

Those from Buffalo are already in the vicinity of M&T Bank Stadium for today's game:
11:27 AM2 months ago

Here are the Ravens!

The Baltimore team arrived at their stadium for this afternoon's game:
11:20 AM2 months ago

Last duel!

The last confrontation between both squads was in the 2021 postseason when the Bills eliminated the Ravens in the divisional round of the American Conference by a score of 17 to 3, in this game the Bills' defense absolutely stopped Lamar Jackson so that the Ravens they failed to score in the game.
11:06 AM2 months ago

Head to head

This is the comparison between the offenses of each of the teams:
Photo: ESPN
Photo: ESPN
11:03 AM2 months ago

Here we go!

We're just under an hour before the Bills-Ravens game kicks off at M&T Bank Stadium. Both teams will go out in search of victory. Who will make it? Follow our coverage on VAVEL to find out.
9:51 PM2 months ago

Stay with us to follow this game!

In a few moments we will share the latest information on the Bills vs. Ravens, in addition to the events that arise from the M&T Bank Stadium. Do not miss any details of the match with minute by minute and live online from VAVEL.
9:46 PM2 months ago

Where to watch the game?

We remind you that the game will be broadcast on television by IZZI and NFL Network, and you can also follow it in streaming through the NFL League Pass.
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9:41 PM2 months ago

Lamar Jackson, a must see player!

The Baltimore quarterback is entering this new season with the goal of putting the previous season behind him. The Raven star suffered an ankle injury last season, preventing him from participating in the last 5 games. His numbers during the 2021 season were 2,882 passing yards, 16 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. Lamar Jackson was the leading rushing yardage among all quarterbacks in the league with 1,008. He appears for the 2022 season recovered from his injury and we will be able to see him on the grid, it is still unknown if he will have any minute restrictions during the preseason but his return has been confirmed by the team's medical staff. He will seek to have a good year along with Mark Andrews and Devonta Freeman will fight for a ticket to the postseason and try to get a better contractual agreement with the team.
Photo: Ravens
Photo: Ravens
9:36 PM2 months ago

How does the Ravens get here?

The Baltimore team arrives after not qualifying for the postseason the previous year, they finished in last place in the North Division of the American conference with a record of 8 wins and 9 losses. These fought for one of the last tickets to the Wild Cards round until the last week and they were only 1 win away from getting to the playoffs. The 2021 NFL season started in the best way with a record of 8 wins and only 2 losses, but the team fell in recent weeks dragging a negative streak of 6 consecutive losses, including the loss in the last week against the Steelers in the game that defined who advanced to the postseason. Now, the team has put this history behind them and will look to have a good year to return to the playoffs. In the 2020 season, they made it all the way to the divisional playoffs and surprised everyone with a good year, which had not been seen since the 2012 championship. Baltimore enters this game with the mark of 23 consecutive wins in preseason games and with a good start to the season with a victory against the Jets by a score of 24 to 9. The negotiations between Lamar Jackson and the Ravens are the subject that dominates the atmosphere of the team and this could be an important topic for the players to get distracted and do not achieve their goals.
9:31 PM2 months ago

Josh Allen, a must see player!

The Bills quarterback begins a new season with the sole mission of maintaining his place in the NFL and seeking to put his team back in the NFL Playoffs. Buffalo's quarterback is the team's new offensive leader. His numbers this season are 1,014 passing yards, 9 touchdown passes and 2 intersections with which he has achieved a record of 2 wins and 1 loss. The game against the Ravens will be his second test against teams contemplated to enter the postseason. The quarterback's connection to Steffon Digs and Devin Singletary will be key to having a good season, and he'll have good competition for the starting job from Case Keenum. In his last game, he had 2 touchdown passes and 400 passing yards.
Photo: Bills
Photo: Bills
9:26 PM2 months ago

How does Buffalo arrive?

The Buffalo team starts a new season in the American Conference, after culminating last season in first place in the east of its conference with a record of 11 wins and 6 losses; with these results, the team earned a place in the postseason where it was left out of the postseason by being eliminated by Kansas City in the divisional semifinals by a score of 42 to 36. This was one of the main reasons why the team decided to renew the offense around Josh Allen at quarterback and good players like Isaiah McKenzie, Zack Moss and Gabe Davis. Those led by Sean McDermott continue to gain experience with the passing of the seasons and seek to remain a postseason team and fight for the NFL title. The team got off to a great start against the Los Angeles Rams and Tennessee, but was outplayed by Miami on the previous date. The team's mission will be to fight once again against the Patriots and Dolphins for a ticket to the next round of the NFL and get to the Superbowl.
9:21 PM2 months ago

Where's the game?

The M&T Bank Stadium located in the city of Baltimore will host this duel between two teams that seek to continue the 2022 NFL regular season in good shape. This stadium has a capacity for 71,000 fans and was inaugurated in 1998.
Photo: NFL
Photo: NFL
9:16 PM2 months ago


Good day to all VAVEL readers! Welcome to the broadcast of the game between Buffalo Bills vs. Baltimore Ravens live, corresponding to the duel of Week 4 of the 2022 NFL Season. The match will take place at the M&T Bank Stadium, at 1 o'clock.