Let's not forget that at the outset of this year the Kansas City Chiefs and their star QB were talking about an undefeated season.
Tonight the seemingly endless hype was hit with a merciless reality check and an early season upset victory.
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Tonight it because very clear that the Kansas City Chiefs aren't likely to become an NFL dynasty franchise given the sloppy, undisciplined and mediocre performance on display this evening.
Let's review the damage via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link collection . . .
8:48 PM ET Jamison HensleyESPN Staff Writer Close University of Maryland graduate Lives in the Baltimore area with his wife and son BALTIMORE - The Baltimore Ravens responded to Lamar Jackson's pick-six in the strangest of ways.
BALTIMORE - The NFL promised an entertaining matchup in week two when Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs traveled to Baltimore to face Lamar Jackson and the Ravens. Mahomes was 3-0 against Jackson heading into the Sunday Night Football game. The NFL delivered with talent for both teams on display early.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce continues to make history. During the team's game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night, he became the fastest tight end in NFL history to earn 8,000 career receiving yards.
Lamar Jackson finally beat Patrick Mahomes, using his legs to rush for 107 yards and scoring twice, including flipping into the end zone for the winning score as Baltimore defeated Kansas City 36-35 Sunday night.Jackson was 0-3 against the Chiefs, and he needed all of his multiple skills to break through to hand Mahomes his first loss in September after 11 victories.
After defeating the Cleveland Browns by a final score of 33-29 last week, the Kansas City Chiefs faced another AFC North opponent in the Baltimore Ravens. On Sunday night, Andy Reid's squad came up just short and lost by a final score of 36-35. Here are four takeaways from tonight's game.
BALTIMORE -- Score one for Lamar Jackson. Winless in his first three meetings with Patrick Mahomes since the young quarterbacks became household names during the 2018 and 2019 seasons, Jackson rebounded from a shaky start to deliver an electrifying performance while receiving some crucial help from his defense to give the Baltimore Ravens a 36-35 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday night at M&T Bank Stadium.
Even as the Kansas City Chiefs' defense was being annihilated by the Baltimore Ravens ' rushing attack, the Chiefs' offense was in great position to win - either by a field goal or a touchdown. They drove into Baltimore territory with under two minutes to go, but a costly fumble by running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire ended their chance to win.
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