Chiefs Lead Ravens, 17-10, at Halftime

The Kansas City Chiefs are leading the Baltimore Ravens, 17-10, as the two teams head into the locker room for halftime at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Chiefs' quarterback Patrick Mahomes completed 19-of-29 passes for 212 yards and a touchdown through the first thirty minutes of play, finding tight end Travis Kelce for a 15-yard score to take the lead late in the half.

It marked the Chiefs' second trip to the end zone on the afternoon, with the first coming courtesy of a one-yard touchdown plunge courtesy of tailback Damien Williams.

The initial score was Williams' first of season and gave Kansas City the early advantage.

The Ravens answered the Chiefs' first score with a touchdown of their own, however, as running back Kenneth Dixon found the end zone from three yards out to knot the game at seven points apiece.

Baltimore went on to briefly take the lead later in the half when Justin Tucker connected on a 28-yard field goal, but Mahomes proceeded to find Kelce on a 15-yard scoring strike with just over two minutes left in the half to put Kansas City back on top.

Kelce hauled in six catches for 71 yards and the score in the half, which marked his 10th of the campaign.

Harrison Butker added a 24-yard field goal as time expired to complete the scoring for Kansas City.

On the other side of the ball, Chiefs' defensive end Chris Jones brought down Ravens' quarterback Lamar Jackson on Baltimore's first offensive drive, marking Jones' ninth-straight game with a sack.

The streak is the longest during a single season in NFL history and just one shy of the longest streak overall. 

Catch the second half of action on CBS (KCTV5 local) and 101.1 The Fox.

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