Quarter by quarter

Ravens 20 Chiefs 10

Ravens Gameday

December 11, 2006


Missed kick, pickoff hurt K.C.

Kansas City wasted an opportunity to score on the opening possession when kicker Lawrence Tynes' 32-yard field-goal attempt strayed wide left. The Ravens capitalized when Matt Stover drilled a 41-yarder to cap a 53-yard drive with 3:45 left in the quarter. On the Chiefs' ensuing series, Trent Green sailed a pass over receiver Eddie Kennison and into the hands of free safety Ed Reed.


Ravens: FG Stover 41, 3:45.


Turnovers but no TDs

The Ravens turned Reed's interception into three points with Stover's 23-yard field goal just 1:26 into the quarter. Linebacker Terrell Suggs forced Green to fumble and Reed registered another interception, but the Ravens failed to take advantage of both take-aways.


Ravens: FG Stover 23, 13:34.

3 -- RAVENS 13, CHIEFS 3

McNair to Clayton: 87 yards

The Ravens extended their lead when two Kansas City defensive backs jumped what appeared to be a curl route by wide receiver Mark Clayton, who streaked past the defenders and caught an 87-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Steve McNair. The Ravens' bid for their third shutout of the season ended when Tynes converted a 49-yard field goal with 1:23 left in the quarter.


Ravens: Clayton 87 pass from McNair (Stover kick), 6:26. Chiefs: FG Tynes 49, 1:23.

4 -- RAVENS 20, CHIEFS 10

9:13 drive seals victory

The Ravens cemented the victory with a 16-play, 86-yard series that consumed 9:13 and ended with a 1-yard touchdown run by Jamal Lewis. Kansas City ended the scoring with a 5-yard touchdown pass from Green to wide receiver Dante Hall in garbage time.


Ravens: J.Lewis 1 run (Stover kick), 2:51. Chiefs: Hall 5 pass from Green (Tynes kick), 1:20.

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