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Its obvious Mahomes proved to be the Ravens’ kryptonite once again on Monday Night Football, leading the Chiefs to an 34-20 victory on the road in Baltimore.
And he accounted for all five of the Chiefs’ scores, finishing the game with 385 passing yards and four touchdowns
Travis Kelce caught six balls for a team-high 87 yards while Mecole Hardman added 81 receiving yards and a score in the win.
The Chiefs defense also stepped up, holding the Ravens to just 228 total yards and 2.30 yards per play on the night.
Kansas City went into the Monday night game with just one pass play of more than 22 yards but that changed last week.
Mahomes took advantage of the added wrinkles, connecting on four such plays against the Ravens to four different receivers
That wasn’t the only good news for Mahomes and the Chiefs though.
The Super Bowl MVP announced on social media Tuesday that he and his fiancee, Brittany Matthews, are expecting their first child.
This will be the second of three straight games against AFC West opponents for the Patriots, who took down the Las Vegas Raiders 36-20 last week.
Starman, Cam Newton threw for 162 yards with one touchdown and one interception
While Sony Michel added 117 yards on only nine carries to help the Patriots improve to 2-1 through their first three games of the post-Brady era.
Rex Burkhead stole the show, finishing with 98 total yards and three touchdowns for New England, which dominated the final three-quarters of play.
New England played without starting center David Andrews and rookie linebacker Josh Uche, who were both placed on IR prior to the game.
Running back James White also missed the contest to mourn the death of his father, who passed away in a fatal car accident early Sunday afternoon.
Most people had their doubts when the New England Patriots opened up the 2020 season with Newton starting under center.
Meanwhile, head coach Andy Reid dug deeper into the Chiefs’ playbook last week, resulting in more than 500 yards of total offense for the first time this season.