There was little doubt going into Sunday’s game between the Baltimore Ravens (13-4) and Kansas City Chiefs (10-7) that Baltimore would struggle to come out of the AFC Wild Card round with a win. However, not many expected a young and talented Chiefs team to play so sloppily, especially in a stadium where the Chiefs went 7-1 during the 2010 NFL regular season.
Kansas City put forth what was easily their worst performance of the season, a 30-7 loss at the hands of a dangerous Ravens team—a team that’s quite possibly the most formidable contender in this year’s road to the Super Bowl.
After looking back at the Ravens blowout win in Kansas City on Sunday, we will analyze and make an argument as to why Baltimore has put themselves in perfect position to win it all in 2010, nearly 10 years to the date of the franchise’s first ever Super Bowl victory against the New York Giants.
Todd McGregor is a Baltimore Ravens Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report.
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