The Ravens coming to Kansas City looms large, but it’s an even bigger game for Baltimore. They come to Kansas City clinging to the No. 6 spot in the AFC playoff rankings, and they need to keep alive their three-game winning streak to stay in the race.

The Chiefs face a challenge not knowing for certain which quarterback will take snaps on Sunday. Joe Flacco remains on the sidelines for now, but Lamar Jackson might pose the bigger threat to the Chiefs. He's a mobile quarterback of the likes who have given the Chiefs' struggles, and he fits well with Baltimore's run-first philosophy.

Baltimore's win over Atlanta offers a glimpse of how the Ravens can win in Kansas City: Use long, sustained drives to keep the football away from Patrick Mahomes and use relentless pressure to disrupt the passing game.

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