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7-6, 2nd in AFC North

Mike Clay ESPN Writer 

Ravens RB Gus Edwards has carried the ball once while inside the opponent's 8 yard line this season.

Ricard apologizes for racist tweets (0:29)
Harbaugh not happy after OT loss to Chiefs (0:23)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Ravens' chance to reach the playoffs is down to 42%, according to live FPI projections. Baltimore began the day with a 61% shot at the postseason.

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Butker's OT field goal lifts Chiefs past Ravens, 27-24

Harrison Butker atoned for a 43-yard miss as time expired with a 36-yard field goal in overtime, and the Kansas City Chiefs stopped the Baltimore Ravens on fourth down to clinch a playoff spot with a 27-24 victory Sunday.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens make valiant effort but fall to the Chiefs, 27-24, in overtime. Robert Griffin III, who was filling in for an injured Lamar Jackson, can't complete a pass to Willie Snead on fourth-and-22 to end the game. Ravens fall to 7-6 and into a tie with the Miami Dolphins for the No. 6 playoff seed in the AFC.

Jackson's TD pass to Brown puts Ravens up in 4th (0:15)
Jackson finds Williams on 10-yard TD connection (0:24)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens remain within striking distance because of their running game, which has produced 110 yards in the first half. But Baltimore has to find an answer for Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (71 yards, TD) to pull off this upset. Ravens trail, 17-10, at halftime.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

With Joe Flacco inactive, Lamar Jackson can essentially lock up starting job for rest of season by beating Chiefs. If Jackson struggles, that could open door for Flacco to take back job for next Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens inactives at Kansas City: QB Joe Flacco (hip), SS Tony Jefferson (ankle) OLB Tim Williams (ankle), OL Alex Lewis (shoulder), WR Jordan Lasley, DE Zach Sieler and FB-DL Patrick Ricard.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

John Harbaugh not saying whether there's a decision at starting quarterback

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Flacco practices, could back up Jackson on Sun.

Ravens QB Joe Flacco fully practiced for the first time since injuring his right hip on Nov. 4 and, if medically cleared, could back up Lamar Jackson against the Chiefs on Sunday.

Young: Chiefs will try to contain Lamar Jackson (0:58)
Woodson: Chiefs find a way to win late (1:09)

Team Stats

Passing Yards235.2
Rushing Yards134.5
Points For24.73rd
Points Against18.5