World News – AU – Ravens vs Chiefs: must-see 2nd half moments


The first half did not go well for the Ravens, but the second was not much better Although the Baltimore attack could finally get into the picture, some mistakes crucial and more Patrick Mahomes was too difficult to overcome

In the third quarter, Baltimore needed some sort of jerk Down 27-10 with the Chiefs getting the ball, another score would likely have wiped out any hope of a major comeback

With Kansas City driving into Baltimore Territory again, Clark ended a big Darwin Thompson win by kicking the ball for free Jaylon Ferguson recovered the fumble and for what appeared to be the first time of the night, the Ravens defense took a break

Following the roll, Baltimore’s attack finally started to click as they used ground play to move around the field Helped by 18 and 11 yard runs by Lamar Jackson, it looked like the offense could finally score a touchdown

It fell apart because of two mistakes the Ravens usually avoid In the 2nd and 9th, Jackson found tight winger Mark Andrews behind the defense in the end zone Still, the generally self-confident Andrews, could not carry the pass

After failing to move the chains to third position, John Harbaugh opted to do so in fourth and second Again, a rare error occurred when Orlando Brown cashed in a false start penalty, knocking the Ravens back five yards

Baltimore was then forced to settle for a Justin Tucker basket to bring the score to 27-13, leaving potential points on the board

With a spark was not enough, the defensive unit delivered again Near the midfield, the Chiefs tried to convert third and one and fourth and one They got nowhere both times, because the Ravens’ defensive front was there to stuff them

For the second consecutive possession, the defense did their job and kept the game close

Aided by a 24-yard run from Gus Edwards earlier in the drive, the Ravens opened the fourth quarter by finally finding the end zone

Jackson dropped a ball into tight end Nick Boyle for a five-yard touchdown Extra run made in 27-20

Jackson’s throw was on the money, but don’t sleep on the grip either Boyle may not be known as the tight catcher on the Baltimore offense, but he made the big play when his number has been called

Kansas City’s offense has so many talented players that it’s hard for a defense to contain them all Unfortunately for the Ravens, it looks like the Chiefs now have a new – and rather unexpected – weapon in the Eric Fisher offensive line

Mahomes found Fisher on a third and a goal for a two-yard score as the offensive lineman slipped past the line of scrimmage and shot the pass for a touchdown It was just the last play Andy Reid pulled out his bag of stuff

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It’s one thing for the Chiefs to beat a team with their running backs and wide receivers, but scoring with the full back and an offensive lineman? It’s just not fair

With about six minutes to go, the Ravens found themselves in the red zone with a second and a 6 down 34-20 The game was not over yet

Two games – and two bad sacks later – it was essentially Baltimore was forced to a fourth and a 24 and a failed conversion allowed Kansas City to reclaim the ball

Looking back, it’s 2020, but Jackson would have been better served to throw the ball, at least give the Ravens an easier chance on the fourth attempt. It was there when the comeback seemed to be over

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