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Chiefs vs. Ravens live score, updates, highlights from NFL’s ‘Monday Night Football’ game

After a “Sunday Night Football” game between two of the NFL’s oldest quarterbacks, the latest “Monday Night Football” game will feature two of the most exciting young quarterbacks in the league: reigning Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes vs. reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson.

The prime-time clash between the Chiefs (2-0) and the Ravens (2-0) could be a preview of this season’s AFC championship game. Perhaps still battling the Super Bowl hangover, Kansas City hasn’t looked that dominant this year as it barely got by the Chargers 23-20 in overtime last week. The Ravens, on the other hand, have looked like a team on a mission with a pair of convincing wins to start the season.

These teams also met in Week 3 last season, with the Chiefs staving off a late comeback effort by Jackson to win 33-28. This year, the Ravens are favored by more than a field goal (3.5 points) to win at home.

Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights from Chiefs vs. Ravens on “Monday Night Football.” Follow below for complete results from the NFL Week 3 game.

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Chiefs vs. Ravens score

  Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total
Chiefs 6 21 0 27
Ravens 3 7 3 7 20

Chiefs vs. Ravens live updates, highlights from ‘Monday Night Football’

10:33 p.m. — Jackson hits Nick Boyle for a 5-yard TD to open up the fourth quarter. It’s now a one-score game, 27-20 Kansas City with 14:55 remaining.

10:30 p.m. — After three quarters, Kansas City still leads 27-13 but Baltimore is knocking on the door, second and goal at the 5-yard line.

10:24 p.m. — Baltimore’s defense has come to play in the second half. They force a turnover on downs and take over at the Kansas City 49, 3:01 to play in the third.

10:17 p.m. — Ravens get a lengthy drive, but a false start on fourth and short forces them to settle for a 42-yard field goal by Tucker. Chiefs lead 27-13, 6:13 left in the third quarter.

10:03 p.m. — The Chiefs are pulling out all of the stops: a reverse-sweep-flea-flicker to the flats gets them all of seven yards. Maybe a little too much fun though; Baltimore recovers a fumble and takes over at its own 21-yard line, 13:03 to go in the third quarter.

Still, look at this play. She’s a beauty.

9:45 p.m. — Mecole Hardman can’t haul in a near-perfect throw from Mahomes to the end zone. Sammy Watkins grabs one over the middle to set up a 42-yard field goal attempt for Butker, who pulls it wide. That’ll do it for the first half: Kansas City leads Baltimore 27-10.

9:41 p.m. — Mahomes hits Hill over the middle and the Chiefs call timeout with 30 seconds on the clock, ball at the Baltimore 35.

9:39 p.m. — Things go from bad to worse for Baltimore: Chris Jones knocks the ball out of Jackson’s hands and Kansas City recovers. Chiefs have it at their own 49, 45 seconds to go in the half.

9:36 p.m. — Mahomes is hit as he delivers a 49-yard TD bomb to Mecole Hardman. Holy smokes. Kansas City leads 27-10 with 1:48 left in the first half.

9:30 p.m. — Two-minute warning. Chiefs have it, second and 9 at the Baltimore 44-yard line.

9:28 p.m. — Jackson nearly gets picked off on back-to-back throws, but instead it’ll be another punt for the Ravens. Chiefs get the ball back at their own 16-yard line, 4:39 remaining in the half.

9:20 p.m. — After forcing their own three-and-out, the Chiefs get back on the scoreboard as Mahomes hits Tyreek Hill over the top for a 20-yard TD pass. Kansas City leads 20-10 with 6:40 remaining in the second quarter. (Analysis: Mahomes is very good at football)

9:06 p.m. — The Ravens force a three-and-out for the first time tonight and take over at their own 27-yard line with 11:06 to go in the first half.

9:01 p.m. — DEVIN DUVERNAY TAKES THE KICKOFF TO THE HOUSE. That’s a 93-yard return and the Kansas City lead is cut to 13-10 with 12:40 to go in the second quarter.

8:57 p.m. — Mahomes hits Anthony Sherman with an underhand shovel pass for a TD. That was slick. Butker hits this time and the Chiefs lead 13-3 with 12:52 remaining in the first half.

8:52 p.m. — After one quarter the Chiefs hold a 6-3 lead and have the ball, third and 9 at Baltimore’s 23-yard line.

8:40 p.m. — A holding penalty and a sack on third and long forces the first punt of the evening. Kansas City takes over at its own 32-yard line with 4:12 in the first quarter, still leading 6-3.

8:31 p.m. — The Chiefs march right down the field and Patrick Mahomes rolls out for an easy rushing TD. Harrison Butker misses the PAT, Kansas City leads 6-3 with 6:43 left in the opening quarter.

8:29 p.m. — End around for Tyreek Hill on the first play for the Chiefs? Hook it into my veins (yes, he’s on my fantasy team; so what?).

8:23 p.m. — Baltimore gets the running game going early thanks to a big run by Lamar Jackson (and a sweet pitch out play on third down), but the Kansas City defense is able to get the stop and force a 26-yard field goal from Justin Tucker. Ravens lead 3-0 with 9:20 in the first quarter.

8:15 p.m. — That was one hell of an introduction by Samuel L. Jackson. Can we get him to do that more often?

(Updates will begin at 8:20 p.m. ET)

Chiefs vs. Ravens start time

  • Location: M&T Bank Field, Baltimore
  • Start time: 8:15 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: ESPN
  • Live stream: fuboTV | DAZN (in Canada)

With the exception of the season-opening “Monday Night Football” doubleheader in Week 1, all Monday night games are scheduled for the same start time of 8:15 p.m. ET.

This is the second of five prime-time games on the defending Super Bowl-champion Chiefs’ 2020 schedule. They’ll be back in the national spotlight in Week 6 for a Thursday night game at Buffalo.

The Ravens also have five prime-time games on their 2020 schedule, with Monday night’s Chiefs game being the first. Baltimore will appear in a prime-time slot three weeks in a row from Weeks 12-14 (at Steelers, vs. Cowboys, at Browns). 

‘Monday Night Football’ schedule

A total of 17 games are on the “Monday Night Football” schedule in 2020. That includes the two games in the Week 1 doubleheader and no Monday night game in Week 17.

Below is the complete schedule of Monday night games this year.

Week 1 Sept. 14 New York Giants vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 1 Sept. 14 Denver Broncos vs. Tennessee Titans
Week 2 Sept. 21 Las Vegas Raiders vs. New Orleans Saints
Week 3 Sept. 28 Baltimore Ravens vs. Kansas City Chiefs
Week 4 Oct. 5 Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons
Week 5 Oct. 12 New Orleans Saints vs. Los Angeles Chargers
Week 6 Oct. 19 Dallas Cowboys vs. Arizona Cardinals
Week 7 Oct. 26 Los Angeles Rams vs. Chicago Bears
Week 8 Nov. 2 New York Giants vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Week 9 Nov. 9 New York Jets vs. New England Patriots
Week 10 Nov. 16 Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings
Week 11 Nov. 23 Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Los Angeles Rams
Week 12 Nov. 30 Philadelphia Eagles vs. Seattle Seahawks
Week 13 Dec. 7 San Francisco 49ers vs. Buffalo Bills
Week 14 Dec. 14 Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens
Week 15 Dec. 21 Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 16 Dec. 28 New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills

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