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Final Grade -- D
Brady Quinn came in and sparked the Kansas City offense but three quarters of futility can't save this game. Jamaal Charles proved why he is one league's most explosive backs, and Dwayne Bowe played well besides a few costly drops.
The offensive line opened up gigantic holes for all of the Kansas City runners and the rushing attack saves the offense from an F.
Third Quarter-- F
Another wasted opportunity by the Kansas City offense, as Cassel fumbles a snap at the Ravens' goal line.
The Chiefs lead the league in turnovers, and they are the biggest reason why Kansas City has not led a game in regulation this year.
Turnovers are still the story here, and Matt Cassel adds another one to his 2012 total late in the third quarter. A high pass to Dwayne Bowe was tipped and easy pickings for the Baltimore defense.
Second Quarter -- C
When it rains, it pours. A tipped ball by Dwayne Bowe leads to another Cassel interception to open the second quarter of play.
Despite the turnovers, Kansas City is running the ball at a blistering pace against a very good Ravens defense. Jamaal Charles has eclipsed the 100 yard mark and this is the only reason the Chiefs remain competitive in this game.
Dwayne Bowe has used his physicality to make some nice catches and he seems to be a man on a mission in 2012.
First Quarter -- C
An early three-and-out starts the game for the Kansas City. Jammal Charles got three straight carries to open the contest and it surly seems like offensive coordinator Brian Daboll is looking to hide Matt Cassel as much as possible.
This marks the 22nd consecutive game in which the Chiefs offense has failed to scored an opening drive touchdown.
Jamaal Charles is going to get a full load of work today. Baltimore is having problems stopping him thus far.
Another fumble by the Chiefs' offense stalls a drive yet again. The Chiefs have turned the football over more than any other team in the league so far.
The rushing attack has been on point during the first quarter of this game and that is the only thing that gives the offense a passing grade. The Chiefs have 85 rushing yards and controlling the clock effectively.