Chiefs Vs. Ravens Final: Kansas City Loses To Baltimore 31-13

BALTIMORE, MD - AUGUST 19: The Kansas City Chiefs defense lines up against the Baltimore Ravens offense during the first half of a preseason game at M&T Bank Stadium on August 19, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Here is your post-game open thread. The Kansas City Chiefs lost to the Baltimore Ravens 31-13 in their second contest of the 2011 NFL preseason. It was your typical preseason game: uneventful and tough to read. Dwayne Bowe looked rather exceptional early actually but there wasn't a whole lot of concrete conclusions to draw from this game. It wasn't 25-0, like last week.

The Ravens did throw deep with under a minute left in the game, when they were up 24-13. A Ravens WR caught the ball within the five-yard line and they punched it in for another touchdown with essentially no time left. Don't stress this - it was that many more plays for Ravens coaches to evaluate players. I would want the Chiefs to do the same thing. 

We will have full recaps/coverage of the game over the next few days. 

We'll also have coverage of the Kansas CIty Chiefs reported announcement about the Thomas Jones-Jonathan Baldwin incident

To get caught up, here are the previous game threads from tonight, which are organized by quarter:

Give us your immediate reactions to the Chiefs' loss in the comments. 
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