The Baltimore Ravens took a little time to savor their 14th consecutive regular-season victory, a rout of defending AFC South champion Houston on the road. Then they turned their attention to an even bigger challenge: a Monday night matchup at home against star quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs.
Baltimore (2-0) never trailed Sunday against the Texans, bolting to a 10-0 lead and amassing 407 yards - along with a defensive touchdown - in a 33-16 win. Mark Ingram accounted for 55 of the Ravens' 230 yards rushing, including a 30-yard TD with a direct snap on a fourth-and-1 to clinch it.
Ingram intended to review footage of the game on his laptop during the flight back to Baltimore, but he knew after that it was time to start thinking about Kansas City (2-0).