Baltimore Ravens vs. Kansas City Chiefs week 3 round table

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KANSAS CITY, MO – SEPTEMBER 22: Lamar Jackson #8 of the Baltimore Ravens rolls out for a pass attempt against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on September 22, 2019 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by David Eulitt/Getty Images)

Week three Monday Night Football hosts the heavy-weights, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens. Who wins? The Ebony Bird team breaks it down.

Richard Bradshaw:

The two best teams in the NFL, being the reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs and the 14-win Baltimore Ravens, are set to square off under the lights for one of the most anticipated Monday Night Football games in quite some time. Two former MVP quarterbacks, Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson respectively, are going to put on a spectacle on the scoreboard with their explosive offenses. It’s must-watch television.

For the Chiefs, it’s a chance to firmly establish their dominance over the league. For the Ravens, it’s a chance to show that they belong in the same category as KC and prove to everyone that they can win when it matters most. We have a budding rivalry in the making here.

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This game is one of the best on the entire 2020 season’s slate and is a game Ravens Flock has had circled on its calendar since the schedule dropped. Baltimore has to come out and show that they belong… they cannot afford to lose this game.

The Ravens are going to need a big day out of Marquise Brown and I have a feeling he’s going to deliver. The Chiefs don’t have the resources to keep him contained for 60-minutes and he and Jackson have been in sync thus far in 2020. Brown is likely the biggest X-factor for A Baltimore win over KC.

This game is going to be exhausting for fans, with tons of jaw-dropping plays bound to happen. I suspect that the Baltimore Ravens are finally going to emerge victorious after dropping the last two games to the Kansas City Chiefs. This game could really go either way but one thing is for sure: there’s going to be a lot of scoring.

Bold prediction: Marquise Brown eclipses 100-yards receiving, Lamar Jackson throws for 300-yards and three touchdowns

Score prediction: 37-33, Ravens

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