Ravens vs. Bills update: Joe Flacco struggling in Buffalo

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Flacco has thrown four interceptions and his Ravens trail 20-14 in the third quarter.

It's been a tough day for Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens thus far in Buffalo. The quarterback has thrown four interceptions and the Ravens trail the Buffalo Bills, 20-7, in the third quarter.

Flacco has struggled with his accuracy, hitting just 17 of first 31 pass attempts and repeatedly gifting the ball to an opportunistic Bills defense.

He has recorded 185 yards and two touchdowns, though, and managed to keep the Ravens within striking defense. His most recent score came on a 26-yard pass to Torrey Smith to cap a four-play, 80-yard drive midway through the third quarter.

The rushing attack has led the way for the Bills, who have piled up 125 yards on the ground. Halfback C.J. Spiller is the leading rusher with 65 yards on 21 carries, but limped off the field in the second half and has yet to return.

Bills rookie quarterback E.J. Manuel has been efficient, going 9-of-15 for 177 yards, one touchdown and one pick.

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