The Ravens had one of their toughest games of the season in Buffalo, but escaped with a 24-17 win at New Era Field over the Bills.
With the win, they’ve clinched a playoff spot for the second year in a row.
Here are a few players whose stocks are up and down after the win.
Stock up: Playoff chances
The Ravens' playoff chances are now at 100 percent.
With the win, they clinched a playoff berth for the second-straight season. They’ll wait for the conclusion of the Steelers game to find out if they’ve won the AFC North, too.
Aside from that, they’ve officially cemented their spot in January.
Stock down: Team health
The Ravens were banged up on Sunday in Buffalo, moreso than they’ve been all season.
Mark Andrews, Anthony Levine and Chris Board left in the first half with injuries and didn’t return. Chuck Clark, Chris Moore and Jihad Ward were all injured, but returned in the game.
The Ravens have a short week upcoming against the Jets, meaning they’ll have to get healthy in a hurry for a game that means a lot in terms of the hunt for a bye.
Stock down: Lamar Jackson
Lamar Jackson didn’t have an outstanding day passing the ball. That hasn’t necessarily been uncommon this year, but the difference was that the running wasn’t there to carry the weight.
He only ran for 40 yards and didn’t post a rushing touchdown, though his passes in the red zone scored three touchdowns.
It’s the second week in a row where, against a strong defense, the Ravens offense has faced more struggles than they had in recent weeks.
He finished 16-for-25 passing with 145 yards and three scores.
Stock up: Pass rush
The Ravens front seven got after Josh Allen all afternoon and made him uncomfortable in the pocket.
Allen’s legs weren’t a big factor, as he rushed for just nine yards on two carries.
He was sacked six times and hit 12 times, too, as the Ravens front seven had one of its best games of the seasons.
Stock up: Hayden Hurst
Hayden Hurst stepped up in Andrews’ absence, as he caught a 61-yard touchdown pass to open the second half on a high note for the Ravens. He finished with three catches and 73 yards with his score.
Should Andrews be out for a significant period of time, Hurst’s impact will be even that much greater to the Ravens' passing attack.
Stock up: Willie Snead
Snead caught a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to give the team a two touchdown lead, a lead that would become important as the game wore on.
He notched a career-high for touchdown receptions in a season with five due to his score.
Snead made tough catches all afternoon as he was a reliable part of the Ravens’ offense on a day when not much went right.
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