Chiefs 27, Ravens 24: Live updates, everything you need to know during game at Chiefs

Welcome to your Ravens-Chiefs watching companion. Return here throughout Sunday’s 1 p.m. game for real-time recaps and analysis.

Live coverage highlights

Overtime

RG3's incomplete pass was on target and deep enough but is incomplete. Ravens lose a game they should've won, 27-24. They fall to 7-6, and they got no help from the Colts or Dolphins today. —Jonas Shaffer

Penny for Joe Flacco's thoughts at the moment. —Childs Walker

Ravens OLB Terrell Suggs just overran a potential fumble. Wow. Chiefs keep the ball. —Jonas Shaffer

Fourth Quarter

I remember talking to Cyrus Jones after his disappointing rookie season in New England. Appreciated his candor about how much it hurt. It's a genuinely nice sports story to see him make good with his hometown team. —Childs Walker

With an illegal-substitution penalty, the Ravens have gone over 100 yards in penalties today. Not great. —Jonas Shaffer

Ravens defense bends and bends but does not break. They'll get the ball back at their 9 after the Chiefs have a first down negated by penalty. —Jonas Shaffer

Third Quarter

Lamar Jackson finds Maxx Williams on a play-action TD, and this game is about to be tied. Fourteen plays and over seven minutes of offense on that drive. —Jonas Shaffer

Said this before. If you go on fourth and less than a yard out of the shotgun, you deserve to lose the possession. That's a back breaker. —Peter Schmuck

I don't have a problem with the call on fourth down, but the Ravens had problems getting personnel on the field and getting the snap off before time expired. —Mike Preston

Second Quarter

The Ravens clearly worked on covering the No. 1 tight end in football at practice this week, right? —Ron Fritz

Patrick Mahomes to Travis Kelce, again, this time for a 15-yard touchdown on third down. Chiefs go up 14-10. Kelce has 68 yards on five catches. —Jonas Shaffer

Hard to overstate how important that answer was for the Ravens. These all-run drives from Lamar Jackson and Co. are something to see. —Childs Walker

The Ravens running game making it look easy against the Chiefs who can't stop anything inside or outside. KC has no run defense at all. —Mike Preston

First Quarter

I don't know if there is an answer to Travis Kelce. He's one of those players. —Childs Walker

Travis Kelce is abusing the Ravens. Four catches on four targets for 53 yards, and he draws a penalty to get Kansas City at the 1. —Jonas Shaffer

Motion and play action are key to Chiefs offense. KC also gets in and out of huddle fast. —Mike Preston

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