Baltimore Ravens-Kansas City Chiefs thriller packed with highlights from Lamar Jackson, Travis Kelce, Tyrann Mathieu

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BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Ravens responded to Lamar Jackson's pick-six in the strangest of ways against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night.

Ravens running back Ty'Son Williams looked like he was about to tie the game on a 9-yard run, before getting hit by Chiefs cornerback Mike Hughes at the goal line. The ball popped in the air and landed in the hands of Baltimore wide receiver Devin Duvernay, who dove into the end zone.

This was Duvernay's first NFL touchdown from scrimmage, but it wasn't his first score against Kansas City. Last year, he returned a kickoff 93 yards to the house against the Chiefs.

Sunday's wild touchdown tied the score at 7 just 4½ minutes into the game and settled down Baltimore after a shaky start.

On Jackson's second pass attempt of the contest, he was intercepted by Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu, who returned the pick 32 yards for a touchdown.

The second half continued the big plays, as Jackson completed a jump pass to Marquise Brown that led to a score and Travis Kelce rumbled through the Ravens' defense for a touchdown.

And just how do you end a classic game like this? With Jackson flipping into the end zone for the go-ahead score with 3:16 left and Ravens coach John Harbaugh later asking Jackson if he wanted to go for it on fourth down to ice the game.