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.
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.