The Baltimore Ravens should have easy games this weekend in their visit to Arrowhead stadium as they take on the horrible Kansas City Chiefs, on Sunday at 1 PM ET.
The Ravens are 3-1 in the season and have looked remarkably good in their last two games beating the Patriots and the Browns, both at home. The only loss they have, was away from home against the Eagles.
The victory over the Browns last Thursday gave the Ravens a few extra days to get ready for this match in Kansas City. “I thought our secondary made plays that had to be made, especially at the end there when they were knocking at the door,” John Harbaugh said. “Cary Wiliams was the difference in the game with the interception return for a touchdown”.
The Chiefs looked horrible last week, and they have looked that way all season. Matt Cassel threw three interceptions in the loss against the Chargers, and a quarterback chance might be in the horizon.
“We’ve got to solve it, and we’ve got to solve it quick. Turnovers have been killing us,” Cassel said. “We talk about it, but we obviously have to go out there and do a better job”.
“It starts with me,” Cassel said. “I have to do a better job of protecting the football and putting us in a position to be successful”.
Kansas City is 1-6 SU in its last 7 games at home, and the last time the Ravens were in Arrowhead stadium was in 2011 and they beat the Chiefs by 23 points in what was a playoffs game.