Here's what else we learned:
- The Bills' rookie class put on a show. In addition to Alonso's twointerceptions, wide receiver Robert Woods totaled 93 yards and one touchdown on five touches. He had a second score that was overturned on replay. EJ Manuel completed just 10 passes, but he led the Bills on scoring drives when they absolutely had to respond.
- Flacco can't throw to Ed Dickson because the tight end already has six drops this season. Flacco couldn't throw to Brandon Stokley because the slot receiver was inactive. As a result, Tandon Doss and Dallas Clark combined for 18 targets. Clark was on his couch when the preseason started. Doss couldn't last through final cuts. The Ravens desperately need Marlon Brown and Deonte Thompson to gain Flacco's full trust.
- Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller both needed tape jobs after suffering injuries. Spiller's ankle injury appeared to be the more serious of the two, with the possibility of the injury lingering into the Bills' Week 5 matchup with the Cleveland Browns on "Thursday Night Football." Jackson suffered a slight sprain to his MCL, NFL Media's Albert Breer reported. If you wrote Jackson off after an underwhelming preseason, it's time to reconsider. The 32-year-old still has plenty of juice left in his legs.