Chiefs defeats Ravens, as Lamar Jackson falls to 0-3 vs. Kansas City

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Lamar Jackson has stumbled against the Kansas City Chiefs once again. The Chiefs defeated the Baltimore Ravens 34-20 on Monday Night Football at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland.

Jackson has six career losses as a starting quarterback, including regular season and postseason. Three of the six losses have come to the Chiefs.

Kansas City Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman is hit by Marcus Rios against the Denver Broncos
Anthony Sherman is hit by Marcus Rios against the Denver Broncos (Getty Images)

With the win, Kansas City is now 3-0 on the season. Baltimore fell to 2-1.

Plus, the Chiefs have now won 12 straight games.

Patrick Mahomes II has never lost a game in September as the Chiefs starting quarterback. He is now 10-0.

In addition, he has thrown for 330.4 passing yards per game. He has also thrown 32 touchdown passes with no interceptions.

Mahomes II went 31 of 42 for 385 yards. He also had four touchdown passes.

Clyde Edwards-Helaire had 20 carries for 64 yards. Travis Kelce had six receptions for 87 yards.

Jackson went 15 of 28 for 97 yards. He had one touchdown pass.

The 97 yards for Jackson were a career-low.

Jackson had nine carries for 83 yards. J.K. Dobbins led the team with four receptions for 38 yards.

Mahomes had a rushing touchdown. He connected with Mecole Hardman, Tyreek Hill, Anthony Sherman and offensive lineman Eric Fisher for touchdown receptions.

When Fisher caught the touchdown reception, he became the first No. 1 overall pick to catch a touchdown reception since Keyshawn Johnson in 1996.

Jackson hit Boyle for a touchdown reception. Devin Duvernay also returned a 93-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.

Justin Tucker also made two field goals.

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