Ravens reactions after Bills loss on twitter

Torrey Smith told his twitter followers that he still believes in the 2013 Ravens, despite a horrible 23-20 loss to Buffalo. - Tom Szczerbowski

Sometimes, social media is where an NFL player needs to be to express their feelings.

Judging by the social media website twitter, the Ravens players themselves understand how bad of a loss Sunday's game game against Buffalo was.

The Ravens lost 23-20, a score not necessarily indicative of how Buffalo outplayed them.

A lot of Ravens players went to twitter to apologize to the fan base, which was clearly stunned after witnessing what unfolded in Buffalo. Here's a rundown of what they had to say:

Terrell Suggs believes the Ravens are still one of the top teams in the NFL.


Torrey Smith is also a believer that the Ravens can get back on track after a one-game setback.


Bernard Pierce said he was sorry for Baltimore's effort Sunday.


Kicker Justin Tucker said it's all about getting better with each practice. Maybe the Ravens can learn something from this loss.


Jameel McClain thinks this can be a learning experience for the Ravens.


Vonta Leach isn't pointing fingers. He admitted the Bills simply outplayed the Ravens.


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