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The Chiefs sent the Ravens home with a loss and a message on Monday Night Football

Kansas City- The Chiefs' offense tortured the Ravens' defense and comes out with a victory on Monday Night Football.

With the build up of a great game that featured arguably the two most dynamic quarterbacks in the League today, it was a blowout.

After the Baltimore Ravens went down the field and kicked a field goal to score first in the first quarter, Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs answered right back . Mahomes ran for a 3-yard touchdown, but Kansas City missed an extra point to go up 6-3. On the Chiefs' second possession, Mahomes was methodically breaking down the aggressiveness of the Ravens' defense. Catches by Clyde Edwards- Helaire and Travis Kelce, put the Chiefs in the redzone. Mahomes finished the drive by throwing a shovel pass to fullback Anthony Sherman for the 5-yard touchdown score. The Chiefs had a 13-3 early in the second quarter.

There was a huge break down in the Chiefs' special team, as they allowed Devin Duvernay to hit the madden speed burst on a 93-yard kick return to cut the Chiefs' lead to three, 13-10. The Chiefs tacked of another touchdown, as Mahomes and Tyreek Hill hook in the back of the endzone,to extend their lead 20-10 against the Ravens. Before the end of the half, Mahomes threw a 49- yard touchdown bomb to Mecole Hardman, which put the Chiefs in full control of the game, 27-10.

Things got a tad bit interesting late into the third quarter, as the Chiefs gave up a field goal and a touchdown to let the Ravens get back in the game. At the start of the fourth quarter, the Chief had a seven point game, 27-20. Kansas City went right back to work and finished off the drive with a touchdown to go up fourteen and put the nail in the coffin to end the game. The final score of the game was 34-20.

Mahomes finished with 385 yards, 4 touchdowns, and 26 yards on the ground.

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