Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore - TV: CBS
*TV announcers: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon, Bryan Fischer, Otis Livingston
*Keys to the game: During the Chiefs' seven-game winning streak, coach Andy Reid has held a 51/49 pass-run ratio in his playcalling - a surprise considering his career mark is closer 60-40 and he doesn't have Jamaal Charles. RBs Charcandrick West and Spencer Ware have been sharing the workload and getting an assist from mobile QB Alex Smith.
Expect more of the same Sunday as the Chiefs seek to protect the ball and set up their high percentage passing game. The Ravens are struggling to get after the passer and with coverage breakdowns, and that only figures to increase with young defensive backs including Tray Walker and Jumal Rolle expected to see significant snaps.
The Ravens' quarterback situation is a mess with backup Matt Schaub recovering from a concussion, Jimmy Clausen still learning the offense and Ryan Mallett added to the depth chart this week. Rookie RB Buck Allen had better have more early success than he had against Seattle last week because the Ravens lack the steady quarterback play or talent at wide receiver to consistent convert long third downs.
*Matchup to watch - Chiefs OLB Tamba Hali vs. Ravens LT Kelechi Osemele: Osemele, who kicked out from guard with Eugene Monroe out for the season, received strong reviews from coach John Harbaugh against Seattle last week. Hali may be 32, but he still can get after the quarterback and has 6.5 sacks to go with a pair of forced fumbles this season.
*Player spotlight - Chiefs LS James Winchester: Yes, the long snapper. The Chiefs have had issues with the snap/hold on three kicks over the past two games, and the Ravens must generate a few big plays on special teams - like the block, TD return used to beat the Browns -- to be competitive.
*Fast facts: The Chiefs are the second team in NFL history to reel off seven consecutive victories following a five-game losing streak (1970 Bengals). ... The Ravens have placed a league-high 19 players on injured reserve. ... The Chiefs are second in the NFL with a plus-12 turnover differential. The Ravens are 31st at minus-12.
WHO WILL WIN AND WHY
Ravens coach John Harbaugh finally admitted this week it's time to begin looking at younger players and evaluating personnel for 2016. The Chiefs are healthier across the board and won't give the Ravens the hint an upset is possible.
*Our pick: Chiefs 33-16.