Ravens’ John Harbaugh Sent Sean McDermott a Special Message


Sean McDermott, head coach of the Buffalo Bills, looks at the field during the game between the Buffalo Bills and the Buffalo Bills.

Sean McDermott and the Buffalo Bills just punched their ticket to the AFC Championship game – for the first time since the 1993 season.

They also limited Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson to 34 passing yards for 162 yards without touching. They came up with a great game plan that limited the league’s best offense to 150 yards and Josh Allen threw for 206 yards and a touchdown.

It was another special performance for the Bills, who earned the respect of the league week after week.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh met McDermott at midfield and wished him luck for the future. In fact, he told her he hoped Buffalo would win it all, which the Bills never did in franchise history.

I hope you win everything.

John Harbaugh to Sean McDermott after the game.pic.twitter.com/EepLKq3agc

– Sports News (@sportingnews) January 17, 2021

Both teams went back and forth on Saturday adjusting to the inconsistent wind gusts that swept through Bills Stadium and affected the passing and kicking game.

Between Ravens striker Justin Tucker and Buffalo rookie Tyler Bass, there were four missed goals in that game.

Allen and Jackson missed deep pitches on the night, and the wind also made it difficult to reach the bottom of the field.

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Marlon Humphrey also wishes good luck

Before Saturday’s game, one of the games everyone was looking at was how Buffalo’s receivers would respond to Baltimore’s runner-up, specifically the matchup between Marlon Humphrey and Stefon Diggs.

Diggs ended up making eight catches for 106 yards, while receiver John Brown, touched and wide, also made eight passes for 62 yards. It was a solid performance from the Bills’ receiving corps, and like his coach, Humphrey wished the Bills good luck the rest of the way.

Everyone is different, but I’d rather cheer on the team I lost to win it all….

– Marlon Humphrey (@marlon_humphrey) January 17, 2021

Speaking with Steve Stepner of WMAR, Humphrey went above and beyond to wish Bill well. He also said that they are a first-class organization, that they have a pretty good team and that they have a good chance of going far.

#Ravens Marlon Humphrey says he’s fighting for the rest of the playoffs. # He says it’s a great organization. They have a pretty good team and they have a good chance of succeeding. Also… I didn’t know the Buffalo Wings were from Buffalo, which makes sense.

– Sean Stepner (@StepnerWMAR) January 17, 2021

Earlier in the week, when the Ravens arrived in Buffalo, Humphrey asked a question on his Twitter about the Buffalo wingers, and the Bills, well, took it personally.

https://t.co/zQ1UYqRGRo pic.twitter.com/BxOqs6dT

– Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) January 17, 2021

6,700 fans Sounds like 67,000

When fans are at the stadium, Orchard Park’s Bills Stadium is a special place. Over the past two weeks, the Bills have taken the lead on the field for the first time this season.

Last week against the Indianapolis Colts, when only 6,700 fans were allowed into the stadium for the first time this season, the Bills mafia made sure it was heard, and Saturday night was no different.

With 6 minutes and 36 seconds left in the second quarter, the Ravens recorded two false starts for their end zone, and the Bills fans had something to do with it, as the teams are not used to having fans in the stands this season.

6,700 sounds like 67,000.

The whole world can hear you now, #BillsMafia. pic.twitter.com/Xsoo94m8Ky

– Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) January 17, 2021


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