Jonas Shaffer, reporter: The Ravens got better Thursday, and not at great expense. Maybe more importantly, they became a tougher defense for Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs to solve. The bar isn’t high, not after Kansas City went for 500-plus yards for the second straight season in Week 3. But if Kansas City has struggled with anything since Mahomes' ascent, it’s defenses that need only a four-man pass rush to generate pressure. The Ravens should have the secondary to keep a lid on the Chiefs' wide receivers. (Stopping tight end Travis Kelce is another matter.) After blitzing Mahomes over and over and not sacking him once on “Monday Night Football,” the Ravens had to change things up before a potential rematch.