The Baltimore Ravens have got the running game down pat, as evidenced by their back-to-back seasons with more than 3,000 yards rushing. Baltimore allowed fewer than 19 points per game and limited the prolific Buffalo offense to a touchdown and a field goal in a second-round playoff loss last weekend. Quite simply, the Ravens need a robust passing game to supplement an offense that for the past three years has relied more heavily on quarterback Lamar Jackson's running ability than his downfield throws.
The Bills are getting healthier as they advance to the AFC Championship Game. While wide receiver Stefon Diggs (oblique) was still limited, fellow wideout Cole Beasley is no longer listed on the injury report. He had been dealing with a knee injury. Diggs has still played — and played well — over the last few [more]
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes remained in the NFL's concussion protocol Wednesday, but practiced in a limited capacity, raising hopes that the reigning Super Bowl MVP can play in Sunday's AFC title game against Buffalo. The Chiefs typically breeze through their midweek practice with little contact before ramping things up with their longest workout Thursday, and coach Andy Reid said afterward that fit perfectly with what Mahomes was able to do.