The Chiefs perspective on Ravens Monday Night Football battle

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INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 20: Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs looks on from the sidelines during a 23-20 win over the Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium on September 20, 2020 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Monday Night Football can’t come soon enough. I asked some questions to Cullen Jekel from KC Kingdom. This is a look at the Kansas City Chiefs perspective of the game:

The Baltimore Ravens have the biggest game of the 2020 season to conclude the final game of the third week of the NFL schedule. This isn’t just the biggest game of the Ravens schedule, even bigger than a Thanksgiving night showdown with the Pittsburgh Steelers, it’s the biggest game of the entire season. These two teams come into the game as the top two teams in the AFC. If both teams handle their business, this should be a preview of the AFC Championship game. It’s almost a shame that the Ravens and the Chiefs are in the same conference because these two teams would make for one heck of a Super Bowl.

From a Ravens perspective this is a big test. Are the Ravens as good as we think they are? Are they as good as advertised? Winning this game would give Baltimore the answer they’re looking for. This is a rare week three battle because it feels like a playoff game, it feels like it matters a bit more than the rest of the games. Super Bowl contenders don’t make regular season games “Their Super Bowl” but this is a gigantic win up for grabs.

This is a game that could very well define the Ravens season. This could be the game that determines who gets home field advantage in the playoffs, something that could matter more when fans are allowed back into the stadium. This could be a game that we will remember for the rest of our lives if it lives up to the billing, if these two AFC powerhouses bring their A games. With that in mind, I wanted to get the Kansas City Chiefs perspective on this game. Cullen Jekel from KC Kingdom was kind enough to answer some of my questions for this big time game. I asked him nine questions and he gave some very insightful answers.

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