Quarter by quarter

Ravens 20 Chiefs 10

Ravens Gameday

December 11, 2006

1 -- RAVENS 3, CHIEFS 0

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.

Scoring

Ravens: FG Stover 41, 3:45.

2 -- RAVENS 6, CHIEFS 0

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.

Scoring

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.

Scoring

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.

Scoring

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

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