Ravens’ receivers dropped five passes and couldn’t separate from defenders even though Baltimore escaped Kansas City with a 9-6 victory. Baltimore’s defense allowed the Chiefs to grind out 214 rushing yards, but it was the offense’s inability to establish a rhythm that ultimately irked Harbaugh.
Harbaugh and the Ravens (4-1) host the Dallas Cowboys (2-2) on Sunday.
The Ravens had a tough time sustaining drives against a stingy Kansas City defense. Baltimore’s offense entered Sunday averaging 424 total yards, but only managed 298 against the Chiefs.
Baltimore only converted three of 11 third-down opportunities.
Despite the lackluster performance, the Ravens were able to do enough to get a win.
Source: Associated PressHarbaugh: Ravens Didn't Have 'A-game' Vs Chiefs by Sports Talk Florida