The Kansas City Chiefs are looking to ride the momentum of their comeback win in Week 1 into a tough battle with the Baltimore Ravens in Week 2.
It’s not getting any easier for Andy Reid and company with a road test against Lamar Jackson and the Ravens on Sunday.
They made it through Week 1 unscathed but they have another Super Bowl hopeful to take on this weekend.
How will it all play out?
5 bold predictions for the Chiefs against the Ravens
Travis Kelce won’t catch a touchdown pass
Travis Kelce has played the Ravens four times. He’s been effective against them, averaging 6.5 receptions and 81.5 yards per meeting. However, he’s grabbed a touchdown just once in those games.
Coming off a two-touchdown outing against the Browns, Kelce won’t touch the endzone in this one, ending his streak of touchdowns in five consecutive regular-season NFL games.
The good news for the Chiefs is they don’t need Kelce to catch touchdowns when they’ve got Tyreek Hill and a host of other weapons for Mahomes to find throughout the game.
And it’s not like Kelce won’t help them get to the end zone. He’ll be a critically valuable part of the offense as usual. He just won’t add to his touchdown total this week.