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BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Ravens played defense in a fashion Rex Ryan could surely appreciate -- even if the performance came at his team's expense.
Baltimore used a touchdown pass by Joe Flacco , two field goals and a throwback defensive effort to beat the Buffalo Bills 13-7 on Sunday in the season opener.
Getting 11 tackles from cornerback Shareece Wright, the Ravens limited Buffalo to 160 yards and sacked former teammate Tyrod Taylor twice.
That's how Baltimore played defense under Ryan from 1999-2008, and that's how it won the 2012 Super Bowl.
Ryan is now Buffalo's head coach, and it pained him to see his offense struggle against a defensive unit that last year yielded 401 points.
'It's a pretty darn good defense over there,' Ryan said. 'I'm probably one of the only coaches that'll give credit to the opponent because they deserve it. That defense played extremely well. They're well coached and they got after us.'
Returning from a knee injury that ended his season last November, Flacco went 23 for 34 for 258 yards, including a long touchdown pass to newcomer Mike Wallace in the second quarter that put the Ravens ahead for good.
That, plus field goals of 50 and 37 yards by Justin Tucker, was enough for Baltimore's first season-opening victory since 2012.
Taylor used his quickness to avoid a ferocious pass rush, but he had little success passing downfield. He was 15 of 22 for only 111 yards and ran five times for 11 yards.
'Getting Tyrod on the ground is pretty difficult,' Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. 'We would have had him a few more times, but he made plays with his feet.'
Baltimore took a 10-0 lead when Wallace got behind Stephon Gilmore, took a pass in stride and pulled away for the 66-yard touchdown. Signed as a free agent to enhance an offense that last year lacked a deep threat, Wallace hadn't been part of a play that long since 2012 with Pittsburgh.
'We made one mistake: It's my fault, it's on me,' Ryan said. 'We should have doubled the receiver that caught the touchdown. Instead we doubled somebody else.'
Buffalo used the elusiveness of Taylor in the pocket to close to 10-7 before halftime. After wriggling from the grasp of Albert McClellan and sidestepping Terrell Suggs, Taylor completed a 33-yard pass to Charles Clay, setting up a 1-yard touchdown run by LeSean McCoy on fourth down.
The Bills missed a chance to pull even when Dan Carpenter was wide right on a 49-yard field goal try midway through the third quarter.
INJURY UPDATE: Bills starting LT Cory Glenn (ankle) and TE Jim Dray (ankle) both left with injuries in the second quarter and did not return. Bills DT Jerel Worthy left with a knee injury in the fourth quarter and did not return. The Ravens did not report any injuries.
ROOKIE BLUNDER & THUNDER: In his first NFL game, Ravens top draft pick left tackle Ronnie Stanley jumped offside on third-and-1 early in the first quarter. On Baltimore's next possession, the team's top pick in 2015, Breshad Perriman, made his first NFL reception with a leaping grab at the sideline for a 35-yard gain. Perriman missed the entire 2015 season with a knee injury.
WHERE'S WATKINS?: One reason Taylor was so successful last year was he utilized Sammy Watkins as a deep threat. Watkins was practically invisible during the first half, making only two short receptions for a total of 13 yards. Watkins finished with four catches for 43 yards.
SMITH & SUGGS RETURN: Ravens receiver Steve Smith and Suggs returned to regular-season action after having their 2015 season cut short by torn Achilles tendons. Smith caught five passes for 19 yards and stands 53 yards short of passing James Lofton for 10th place on the career list. Suggs had a sack.
NO HAPPY RETURNS: In his debut with the Ravens, Devin Hester, one of the great kick returners in NFL history, took back two kickoffs for 18 yards and two punts for 0 yards.
QUOTABLE: Someone asked Harbaugh to describe Flacco's stature in the pocket coming off a serious injury: 'Joe is as tough as a $2 steak. What's a $2 steak nowadays?'
McCoy, who scored his 60th career TD: 'It was a bad day. We didn't get nothing going sideways. 'We had one long drive and that was it.'
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MIAMI -- Aaron Nola gives his seven-inning complete game victory an asterisk.
As for the doubleheader nightcap, the Philadelphia Phillies' bullpen remains a big question mark.
Nola struck out 10 and went the distance for the first time in his career as Philadelphia handed the Miami Marlins their worst drubbing in two days, winning Friday's opener 11-0.
The Phillies went with a bullpen game in the nightcap, and their struggling relief corps had another rocky night in a 5-3 loss. Jorge Alfaro had his fourth consecutive two-RBI game for the Marlins, who scored on three relievers.
Officially, Nola's performance went in the books as a complete game.
'I don't feel like it counts,' he said. 'Nine innings is a complete game. But I felt good today. I'm glad I finished it out.'
With the split, the second-place Phillies remained half a game ahead of the third-place Marlins in the NL East. Miami's split came two days after they got routed 29-9 in Atlanta.
Nola (5-3) didn't allow a hit until Brian Anderson singled to cap a 10-pitch at-bat leading off the fifth. By then the Phillies had their 11-run lead.
'Nola was really good,' Miami manager Don Mattingly said. 'He wasn't making mistakes that were leaking to the middle. He was on the edges all day.'
Andrew McCutchen drove in three runs with three hits, including his sixth homer. Rhys Hoskins hit a three-run homer, his 10th. Adam Haseley doubled twice, singled and drove in two runs.
Nola allowed three singles, hit two batters, walked none, threw 106 pitches and reached double digits in strikeouts for the fourth time this year. The complete game was his first in 136 career starts, and he conceded he kept the game ball as a souvenir.
'I might throw with it tomorrow,' he said.
Nola lowered his ERA to 2.40 and pitched at least seven innings for the fifth time this year.
'I definitely want to go as long as I can, especially in a doubleheader,' he said. 'That's kind of our job as starters. We want to take as much stress off the bullpen as possible.'
Trevor Rogers (1-1) gave up nine runs, eight earned, in three-plus innings.
Alfaro's two-run single capped a three-run fourth. Lewis Brinson hit his third homer off Heath Hembree, who has allowed six homers in 6 1/3 innings this year.
'His ball is up in the zone,' manager Joe Girardi said. 'It's just bad misses. He has not been locating very well lately.'
Ranger Suarez (0-1), the third of five Philadelphia pitchers, allowed three runs while getting just one out. The Phils' bullpen came into the game with an ERA of 7.14.
Isan Diaz, who opted out early this season and returned to action Friday, put Miami ahead to stay with an RBI single off Suarez.
James Hoyt (2-0) struck out the only batter he faced. Yimi Garcia gave up a run for the first time this season but earned his first save since 2015.
The Phils' Bryce Harper ended an 0-for-18 slump with a double off Garcia.
Phillies: Before the doubleheader, they selected INF Ronald Torreyes from Lehigh Valley, optioned RHP Connor Brogdon to Lehigh Valley, reinstated LHP Adam Morgan from the IL, and designated INF Neil Walker for assignment.
Marlins: They selected the contract of RHP Johan Quezada. RHP Justin Shafer cleared waivers and was granted his unconditional release.
Phillies: RHP Spencer Howard (1-2, 5.66) is scheduled to start Saturday in place of Zack Wheeler, whose start was pushed back at least until Monday after he ripped a nail putting on his pants.
Marlins: RHP Jose Urena (0-0, 5.40) is scheduled to start in the fourth game of the series. He allowed three runs in five innings in his first start of the year against Atlanta after being sidelined by the coronavirus.
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