First drive: The Ravens won the toss and deferred to the last half. After a touchback, the Chiefs started on offense at their own 25-yard line. Patrick Mahomes’ ankle looks fine, as he scrambled for 11 yards for a primary down. Travis Kelce made a 20-yard catch. Sammy Watkins fumbled but Mecole Hardman recovered the ball. On third down, linebacker Matt Judon rushed right by Cam Erving for a sack leading to a loss of 11 yards. Dustin Colquitt came on for the punt.
Second drive: LeSean McCoy ran for 12 yards, followed by a 21-yard pass to Kelce. A roughing-the-passer penalty on the Ravens brought the Chiefs to the Baltimore 27. McCoy is sharing snaps with Darrel Williams, who caught a pass for 11 yards. The Ravens stopped the Chiefs on third-and-goal, but a horse collar tackle of Mahomes gave them a replacement set of downs. The Ravens forced another third-and-goal, but McCoy rushed 1 yard for the touchdown. Chiefs 7, Ravens 6
Third drive: The Chiefs had a brief field, and a 14-yard reception on a brief pass to Hardman got KC to the Baltimore 33. After a 7-yard travel by McCoy, Mahomes looked to overthrow on a deep pass within the end zone, but Demarcus Robinson made an impressive catch to reel it certain the 18-yard touchdown. Chiefs 14, Ravens 6
Fourth drive: A three-play drive led to a touchdown. McCoy for 9 yards and 4 yards, then an 83-yard pass to Hardman for a touchdown. Harrison Butker missed the additional point. Chiefs 20, Ravens 6
Fifth drive: The Chiefs took over with just 1:18 left within the half. Robinson made another tough catch on the proper sideline for 18 yards to bring the Chiefs to midfield. An 19-yard catch by Kelce on third-and-5 gave the Chiefs a primary down. With time ticking away following a 13-yard reception by Watkins, Andy Reid took a timeout with 10 seconds left. Harrison Butker made a 42-yard attempt. Chiefs 23, Ravens 6
Sixth drive: McCoy showcased his vision with an honest 25-yard run to start the drive. Darrel Williams ran for 8 yards, then a yard and McCoy couldn’t devour a primary down on third-and-1. The Chiefs went for it at Baltimore’s 41, but after a nasty snap from center Austin Reiter, Mahomes fumbled and couldn’t devour the primary down. Turnover on downs.
Seventh drive: Watkins made an excellent 36-yard catch that went through the hands of Ravens linebacker Patrick Onwuaso. It should are an interception but Watkins made a really good play. Later within the drive, Darrel Williams had an extended and shifty 17-yard run began the board because of an illegal block on Kelce. Byron Pringle made his first career catch. A Mahomes interception was wiped away by defensive pass interference. a couple of plays later, McCoy scored his second touchdown of the day on a 14-yard forward pass. Chiefs 30, Ravens 13
Eighth drive: The Chiefs manage one first down, a 14-yard pass to Kelce before having to punt. Touchback.
Ninth drive: With McCoy questionable to return, Darrel Williams broke off a 41-yard run to start out the drive, then giving thanks to rookie Darwin Thompson. Thompson ran 8 yards for a primary down on his first career for a primary down, but eventually needed to offer a field goal. Butker’s 36-yard field goal was good. Chiefs 33, Ravens 22
10th drive: With the Ravens right down to one timeout, the Chiefs needed one first right down to seal the sport. On third-and-9, Reid called a screen to Darrel Williams that went for 16 yards. The Chiefs kneeled out the clock for the 33-28 win.
First drive: Alex Okafor ran free on the primary defensive snap, tipping Lamar Jackson’s pass to Hurst for a brief gain. But the Ravens moved the ball well. Jackson hit Nick Boyle for a 23-yard pass, and Mark Ingram ran for 21 yards to place the Ravens in Chiefs territory. On third-and-five at the Chiefs 21-yard line, Tyrann Mathieu couldn’t quite keep Mark Andrews from converting on a brief pass. After a pair of missed end zone shots from the 16, the pass coverage stiffened on third down, forcing Jackson to scramble for just seven yards. The Ravens went for it on fourth down — and again, Jackson couldn’t find an open receiver. But he ran for a primary down at the Chiefs two-yard line. On subsequent play, Ingram walked certain the touchdown. The Ravens couldn’t convert their two-point conversion try, making the score 6-0. Ravens 6, Chiefs 0
Second drive: Ingram gained four up the center. Then Marquise Brown caught a deep pass out of bounds. On third down, Mathieu and Ben Niemann stopped Andrews a yard in need of the down marker — although it took a Chiefs challenge for the officials to credit it. The Ravens went for it on fourth down and converted with a five-yard run from Gus Edwards. After a sack by Emmanuel Ogbah and Damien Wilson and a pair of short runs, the Ravens once more went for it on a fourth-and-two from their own 47. This time, Jackson’s pass to Brown was incomplete, and therefore the Chiefs took over.
Third drive: After a touchback, the Ravens got a primary down on a pair of runs. Then Gus Edwards broke through a poor Kendall Fuller tackle and spent the sideline for 45 yards — but the play was called back for after offensive holding was called. Mathieu knocked down a pass to Brown on first-and-17. The Chiefs got the Ravens to third-and-13, and made a punt when Jackson’s pass to Boyle gained only nine yards.
Fourth drive: After a touchback, Mathieu defensed a expire first down. Then Snead had a 13-catch for a primary down. Chris Jones sacked Jackson, but the play was nullified by a false start by the Ravens. After three straight incomplete passes, the Ravens had to punt.
Fifth drive: Time ran out during the Ravens’ kickoff return following Butker’s field goal to finish the
Sixth drive: needless to say, it began to drizzle because the Ravens started the last half after a touchback. Seven straight running plays gained 56 yards and put Baltimore at the Kansas City 19-yard line; the Chiefs had no account the Ravens’ change of strategy. After Jackson couldn’t hit a pass to Hurst within the end zone — well-defended by Juan Thornhhill — Ingram ran for a 19-yard touchdown. Chiefs 23, Ravens 13
Seventh drive: Three and out. Ingram and Edwards gained five yards on a pair of runs, but on third down, Ogbah tipped a pass intended for Brown — which fell incomplete. The Ravens were forced to punt.
Eighth drive: Jackson hit Boyle for a 15-yard gain, but on subsequent play, Ogbah was unblocked, sacking Jackson for a 12-yard loss. On third-and-11, Jackson converted with a 18-yard pass to Brown — his first reception of the sport — that put Baltimore past midfield. Two plays later — facing third-and-five — the Chiefs seemed to have Ingram bound up in need of the down marker, but he bulled his thanks to a primary down. On subsequent third-and-five, Anthony Hitchens broke up the pass to Hill. The Ravens went for it from the Chiefs 27-yard line. Thornhill nearly sacked Jackson on a blitz, but with Thornhill hanging on his feet, Jackson managed to urge a pass off to Seth Roberts, who hauled within the catch at the two-yard line. The Chiefs used their final challenge to aim to nullify the play, claiming Roberts had interfered with Fuller — but the play was upheld. Two players later, Ingram scored on a one-yard run. The Ravens tried for a two-point conversion, but Hitchens broke up the pass plan to Boyle. Chiefs 30, Ravens 19.
Ninth drive: Starting at their own 20 after a touchback, the Ravens picked up a primary down with a pair of runs. Then Brown caught a 31-pass down the sideline ahead of Bashaud Breeland. Three plays later, Jackson narrowly escaped a sack, launching a beginning to Snead. Charvarius Ward nearly intercepted it, but Snead managed to bring it down — which put the Ravens at the Kansas City 16-yard line. But after a pair of deep incompletions — and a sack by Frank Clark — the Ravens had to accept a 39-yard field goal. Chiefs 30, Ravens 22
10th drive: With the Ravens getting the ball at their own 30 after the kickoff return with 4:39 remaining within the game, the Chiefs placed on the pressure. Bottled abreast of the primary play, Jackson found Ingram with a shovel pass for a primary down. The pattern continued because the Ravens moved down the sector. On seven straight passing plays, Jackson escaped pressure to seek out receivers open for brief yardage. A 12-yard pass to Roberts gave the Ravens first-and-goal and therefore the Kansas City nine-yard line. After an incomplete pass — only the second of the drive — Jackson scrambled for a touchdown. But struggling on the succeeding two-point conversion, Jackson was unable to form it in to the top zone. Chiefs 33, Ravens 28
Byron Pringle was on the sector as returner for the opening kick. it had been a touchback.
The Chiefs were penalized for an illegal formation on the additional point attempt on the primary Baltimore touchdown. The Ravens elected to require the successful begin the scoreboard, and check out for a two-point conversion, which was unsuccessful.
Harrison Butker missed the additional point attempt after the Chiefs’ third touchdown, but subsequent time he lined up, his 42-yard field goal attempt was good. Butker finished the sport 2 of two on field goals.