It was win or go home and the Baltimore Ravens proved they were up for the challenge and defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 30 - 7 in a sloppy, turnover riddled game. The game plan from both teams seemed to be get the turnovers and good field postition to score on the big play! Matt Cassell threw three interceptions to Haruki Nakamura, Dawan Landry and Josh Wilson, while Joe Flacco coughed up the ball twice and showed that the quarterbacks could not get there game on track. The quarterbacks weren't the only ones with the butterfingers. Raven's Haruki Nakamura and Chief's Jamaal Charles and Dexter McCluster had fumbling of their own. Jamaal did have some bright spots in his 15 yards passing and 82 yards rushing with the lone touchdown for the Chiefs. Game ball goes to Raven's Todd Heap for his role in getting the Raven's playoff record 10 reception 108 yard performance. Willis McGahee, Anquin Boldin and Ray Rice all also found the endzone. The Chiefs mistakes on offense had the defense of the Raven's licking there chops late. Down the stretch, two sacks, one by Ray Lewis just wrapping up Cassell, and an interception by Josh Wison sealed the deal.
Next team in 2011 NFL Playoffs will be New England Patriots!