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Why Ravens vs. Chiefs is a kicking matchup for the ages

Saturday, September 26th, 2020

BALTIMORE - It's not controversial to call the Ravens' showdown Monday night against the Kansas City Chiefs a matchup of the NFL's two best players. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was honored as the league's Most Valuable Player in 2018, and Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson in 2019. Mahomes earned Super Bowl MVP honors in February, and Jackson was voted the league's top player by his ...

Patrick Mahomes bragged, then his mood sagged considerably Saturday

Saturday, September 26th, 2020

Patrick Mahomes was deeply involved with a game Saturday, not one the Kansas City Chiefs were prepping for this week.

Week 3 NFL Picks: Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson take center stage on Monday night

Saturday, September 26th, 2020

Game of the week Kansas City at Baltimore This was supposed to be last year’s AFC championship game matchup until Tennessee stunned the Ravens. What a coup for ESPN to get this game on Monday night featuring the last two NFL MVPs (Patrick Mahomes/Lamar Jackson). Baltimore (minus 3 1/2) makes one stop to win.

Comparing Lamar Jackson to Peyton Manning is a Backhanded Compliment

Saturday, September 26th, 2020

Leading up to Monday Night Football between the Chiefs and Ravens, Chris Broussard says we're experiencing the start of the next great Quarterback rivalry on the level of Peyton Manning vs. Tom Brady. While Chris likens Patrick Mahomes to Tom Brady and Lamar Jackson to Peyton Manning, Rob Parker takes issue with the comparison because of Peyton Menning being synonymous with a poor playoff record. Listen to the Odd Couple debate.

The Ravens always lead big. The Chiefs always come back. What happens on ‘Monday Night Football?’

Friday, September 25th, 2020

BALTIMORE - The week before the prime-time clash many dubbed the "Game of the Year" when the NFL released its 2020 schedule in May, the Ravens (2-0) and Kansas City Chiefs (2-0) won their Week 2 games in a manner that has recently come to define the respective teams. Against the Houston Texans, the Ravens jumped to a 10-point halftime lead and then used their grueling run game to coast to a ...

Ravens’ Anthony Levine Sr. still limited at practice; Chiefs WR Sammy Watkins returns

Friday, September 25th, 2020

Two Chiefs backups, defensive end Alex Okafor (hamstring) and linebacker Dorian O’Daniel (knee/ankle), missed practice Friday. Starting cornerback Charvarius Ward (hand) was still limited, while starting wide receiver Sammy Watkins (concussion/neck) returned after missing Thursday’s workout. Pro Bowl defensive end Frank Clark (illness) and running back Darrel Williams (ankle) were full participants.

Week 3 Marquee Matchups

Friday, September 25th, 2020

Warren Sharp gives a detailed breakdown of two of the week's most highly-anticipated games. (Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports)

NFL Power Rankings Week 3: Updated Standings After Thursday Night Football

Friday, September 25th, 2020

After losing their first two games of the season to the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills, respectively, the Dolphins proved they may be a better team than their early record indicated. It may still not be a contender in the AFC East, but they could be a fun team to watch, especially with Fitzpatrick playing this well. The 37-year-old went 18-of-20 for 160 yards and two touchdowns while adding a rushing score against the Jags.

NFL Power Rankings Week 3: Updated Standings After Thursday Night Football

Friday, September 25th, 2020

After losing their first two games of the season to the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills, respectively, the Dolphins proved they may be a better team than their early record indicated. It may still not be a contender in the AFC East, but they could be a fun team to watch, especially with Fitzpatrick playing this well. The 37-year-old went 18-of-20 for 160 yards and two touchdowns while adding a rushing score against the Jags.

Arrowheadlines: L’Jarius Sneed looks like the steal of the 2020 draft

Friday, September 25th, 2020

Two of Ravens QB Lamar Jackson’s three lowest single-game completion percentage rates have come against the Chiefs In his first game against the Chiefs in 2018, Jackson completed just 54.1% of his passes, the worst rate of any of his regular-season starts as a rookie. Last year, Jackson went 22 of 43 (51.1%) through the air in a Week 3 loss to Chiefs, and he only had a worse completion percentage in one game, a 9-of-20 (45%) performance during a win over the Seahawks.