The Buffalo Bills took some shots early to their offensive front.
Andy Young of TWC Buffalo tweeted out the left tackle Cordy Glenn and tight end Jim Dray left the season-opener with ankle injuries.
Both LT Cordy Glenn and TE Jim Dray are questionable to return with ankle injuries for the #Bills.
— Andy Young (@AndyTWCNews) September 11, 2016
Glenn’s injury occurred while blocking for quarterback Tyrod Taylor during a goal line scramble. He has started every game he has played in since being drafted by the Bills in the second round of the 2012 draft.
Dray has the third-longest active streak of consecutive games played for tight ends. He only trails the Carolina Panthers Greg Olsen and the Dallas Cowboys Jason Witten.
The Bills currently trail the Baltimore Ravens 10-7 at early in the third quarter.
New receiver Mike Wallace’s speed is already making a difference in Baltimore. He scored on a 66-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter from quarterback Joe Flacco. Star kicker Justin Tucker buried a 50-yard field goal in the first quarter to cap a 9-play, 59-yard drive.
The Bills only touchdown came on a 1-yard plunge from running back Lesean McCoy. That score finished off a methodical 12-play, 75-yard drive.
McCoy is starting his season on the right foot. He has rushed for 54 yards on 13 carries to go along with his touchdown. Taylor is 11 of 14 for 83 yards.