Ravens (vs. Steelers)
Ryan Mallett made his 2017 debut in mop-up time for the Ravens in London, where — wait for it — Baltimore, not Jacksonville, was noncompetitive in a 44-7 stomping. Baltimore bouncing back would seem more likely if it didn’t involve going to Pittsburgh, where the seething Steelers are still trying to remove the tire tracks from their backs of Chicago’s Jordan Howard. Baltimore’s 32nd-ranked passing game might be less equipped to threaten Pittsburgh than Chicago’s was. And the Steelers, who could welcome back T.J. Watt and Stephon Tuitt on defense, won’t let another one-dimensional offense beat them.
Solid play: Javorious Allen, Jeremy Maclin
Worth a look: Terrance West, Alex Collins, Ben Watson
Bills (at Falcons)
Buffalo is 2-1, and Tyrod Taylor played much better in Sunday’s win over the Broncos. But this outcome will be more similar to two weeks ago, when the Bills offense didn’t make the trip to Carolina. LeSean McCoy has 30 rushing yards on his past 26 combined carries (though his 20 targets and 18 grabs pace Buffalo). No Bills wideout not named Jordan Matthews has yet to surpass five catches or 39 receiving yards through three games. Matt Ryan will attack Buffalo’s young secondary, but how can Taylor do the same without weapons if (when) the Bills are trailing?
Must start: LeSean McCoy
Worth a look: Tyrod Taylor, Charles Clay