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Here are all the key details for Monday night

Betting line: Baltimore is favored by 3.5 points

Joshua Brisco: I'm conflicted. The Ravens have looked better to start 2020, the Chiefs have looked better when these two teams have faced off in the past, and some of the Ravens' offensive strengths match up well with some of the Chiefs' defensive issues. If Charvarius Ward is active, I think the Chiefs' defense does just enough to keep it tight while the offense hits its stride. I'm picking the team with Patrick Mahomes.

Prediction: Chiefs 31, Ravens 28

Tucker Franklin: This is the game we've been waiting for since the schedule came out. The two best teams in the league going head-to-head in primetime in a game that very well might have playoff implications on the line. As I've dove into the matchup, these two teams are very close and the only thing that would surprise me would be a blowout in either team's favor.

Now, it wouldn't be an entry from Tucker Franklin without a plug for the Roughing the Kicker podcast. I preview the matchup further in-depth on today's episode with Raven Country's Todd Karpovich. I've also given my three keys to success for the Chiefs earlier today as well so if you're feeling a thirst for further knowledge, go check those out.

Prediction: Ravens 41, Chiefs 38.


When the Baltimore Ravens host the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night, it’s expected to be the best game of the week and perhaps the entire season. There are plenty of reasons to believe that’ll happen with two star quarterbacks and consistently great franchises clashing under the bright lights of M&T Bank Stadium.

But while this is a great matchup, not everyone here at Ravens Wire believes it’ll be terribly close. Where so many pundits around the league have it being a close game that comes down to the final seconds, several of the writers here are going pretty far out on a branch in their final score predictions, giving Baltimore a double-digit margin of victory.

Scroll down to see what crazy Ravens final score predictions we have this week and how we all see this game going down.

Ravens 35 – Chiefs 24

The last time these teams met, it came down to a final drive and a five-point difference in the final score. Had a few balls bounced a different way, Baltimore could have just as easily won that game. But keep in mind that Jimmy Smith was out of that game and it was before the Ravens added Marcus Peters, Calais Campbell, Derek Wolfe, and Patrick Queen.

Kansas City hasn’t done a ton to change its team from last season — rightfully so considering the Chiefs are the reigning Super Bowl champions. But considering the game was so close last time and all the upgrades Baltimore has made since then, there’s plenty of reasons to believe the Ravens come out ahead.

Baltimore gets a few more stops than they did at this time last year and the offense clicks just a little more for an extra touchdown of its own to change the score into my prediction.

How to watch:

Time: 7 p.m. CT

TV Channel: ESPN, ABC

Live Stream: ESPN

ESPN has featured a new Monday Night Football commentator team for 2020. Leading the coverage will be Steve Levy on play-by-play with Brian Griese and Louis Riddick as analysts.

Emmy-winning reporter Lisa Salters has returned to the sidelines for her ninth season while officiating analyst John Parry is back for his second year.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens: Where and when?


A dominant present setting the stage for an even more dominant future?

Jackson's record as a starter is 21-3. The Chiefs are responsible for two of those L's. While earning his first win over K.C. on the same night he preserves his perfect prime-time record (4-0) would be great, a MNF victory would mean more for Jackson in his quest to reach the Super Bowl. For Mahomes and the Chiefs, this season is all about making it back to the big game for a second straight year and continuing to forge their path towards a dynasty. The two teams figure to be the future of the AFC and how they perform head-to-head will go a long way in staking their claims for the conference crown. The opportunity for a statement-making victory should serve as added motivation for both, though there's already plenty of that to go around.

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