The Ravens pass rush has been effective early in Sunday’s game against the Chiefs, but they drew a penalty that helped the Chiefs keep a drive alive long enough for a touchdown.
Linebacker Matthew Judon was penalized for a horse collar tackle on Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes had thrown the ball away under pressure on third down, so the penalty allowed the Chiefs to avoid kicking a field goal.
Judon, who had a sack to end the first Chiefs drive of the game, was the second Raven to pick up a personal foul on the drive. Pernell McPhee was flagged for roughing Mahomes on a 21-yard completion to tight end Travis Kelce.