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Stories, photos and video from the Ravens' game Sunday.

From the Ravens' lack of elite playmakers to their tense playoff outlook, here are five things we learned from their 27-24 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Ravens don’t have players on both defense and offense who can make plays in the closing minutes of a game to secure a victory.
The Chiefs beat the Ravens, 27-24, in overtime, ending Lamar Jackson's three-game winning streak as a starting quarterback.
“Yeah, I saw it,” John Harbaugh said of a noncall on the final play of the game. “I think you guys should write what you see. You want us to get up here and criticize the officiating. You saw the officiating all day."
John Harbaugh declined Friday to say who might start Sunday if both Lamar Jackson and Joe Flacco were available. Flacco was healthy but just didn't have enough preparation time.
"The tweets are totally unacceptable, and we have addressed the matter with Pat,” the Ravens said about Patrick Ricard's racist and homophobic tweets from over five years ago.
A look at some numbers from the Ravens’ 27-24 overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
Welcome to your Ravens-Chiefs watching companion. Return here throughout Sunday’s 1 p.m. game for real-time recaps and analysis.
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