The Kansas City Chiefs went three-and-out on their first offensive possession of the game and held the ball for less than two and a half minutes in the first quarter.
The Ravens had seven first downs, 140 yards, and dominated time of possession.
Yet, somehow, the Ravens trail 7-3 at the end of the first 15 minutes of play.
Two plays after the Chiefs recovered a Joe Flacco fumble late in the quarter, running back Jamaal Charles turned on the jets and rumbled 41 yards for a go-ahead touchdown.
That score marked the longest rushing touchdown that the Ravens have allowed in the postseason in franchise history.
This comes after the Ravens only got a field goal on their opening drive despite having a first and goal at the KC one-yard line.
The combination of Flacco's fumble on a Tamba Hali sack and Charles' big play has given the Chiefs a lead.
Other than those two plays and the failed goal-to-goal series of plays, the Ravens dominated Kansas City in nearly every statistical category. We'll see if they can get back on top in the department that counts.