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long last, the day we’ve all been waiting for is here. The Buffalo Bills will officially kick off their 2018 regular season by taking on the very team that they stole a playoff bid from with the help of Andy Dalton and company.
The Bills take on the Baltimore Ravens in what is sure to be a litmus test game — just as most contests in Week One represent.
While you usually have a good handle on who these teams are within the confines of their depth chart after a summer of work, they’re strengths and weaknesses start to emerge with the first game of the season.
So, what can we expect from the Bills in their first regular season game of the year, and how do they match up with the Ravens? Five things to watch for in the game:
1) A different Nathan Peterman?
– The last regular season memory many around the country have of Nathan Peterman has nothing to do with his actual previous start, but instead the game in which he made national headlines for all the wrong reasons.
We all know full well what happened against the Los Angeles Chargers last season in Peterman’s first start, but the Bills are banking on that version of their starting quarterback being the anomaly.
The game that many don’t associate with Peterman, mainly because he was injured halfway through it, was the snow game against the Indianapolis Colts later in the season.
Through the conditions, Peterman was instrumental in getting the Bills their first touchdown of the game and had them in the driver’s seat for the majority of the contest.
Peterman then suffered a concussion, and Joe Webb took it from there.
To this day, head coach Sean McDermott and general manager Brandon Beane don’t believe that Peterman gets enough credit for that game, nor do they think that the Chargers game was an accurate representation of what Peterman is.
If the summer was any indication, the Peterman we’ll see on Sunday is one that has a good command of the offense by hitting receivers in stride over the middle, and will also take some chances down the field.
But, Peterman is also a player that lacks the arm strength necessary to make some of the throws that come naturally to other quarterbacks in the league, which is why it remains a matter of when, not if, that Josh Allen gets into the lineup during the 2018 season.
However, for the game against the Baltimore Ravens and the tough defense that they have, this will be a real test to see how far Peterman has come in his development, and if that game in Los Angeles can just become a distant memory.