The Ravens faced a bit more scrutiny for their national anthem protest on Sunday in Baltimore.
Last week, some Ravens took a knee and locked arms with while the anthem was played in London before a game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. There were similar demonstrations at every NFL game last week in response to President Trump's comments about the league.
Today, the team decided to go the Dallas Cowboys route a la "Monday Night Football."
Baltimore Ravens: Mike Wallace, who faces his old Steelers team Sunday, had a 95-yard touchdown catch against them last year. In Ravens history, only Shannon Sharpe’s 96-yarder in the 2000 playoffs was longer.
Buffalo Bills: The Bills have yet to allow a touchdown pass and have four interceptions entering Sunday at Atlanta. They're trying to get to 3-1, which they haven't hit at the start of a season since 2011, when they went 4-1.
Cincinnati Bengals: Scored their first touchdown of 2017 on the first drive by new offensive coordinator Bill Lazor last week. Sunday, the Bengals visit Cleveland, which also is 0-3.