13 - 31 Final
  for this game

Ravens score 3 TDs in 4th to beat Chiefs

Aug 20, 2011 - 3:30 AM Baltimore, MD (Sports Network) - Neither first-team offense for Baltimore or Kansas City proved effective, but the Ravens scored three fourth-quarter touchdowns to down the Chiefs, 31-13, in preseason play.

Joe Flacco played the whole first half for Baltimore and completed half of his 24 attempts for 124 yards. Ray Rice rushed for a game-high 44 yards and scored a touchdown, a 26-yard romp three minutes before halftime.

Matt Cassel saw action into the second quarter and threw for 73 yards on 6- of-14 efficiency for the Chiefs, whose locker room before the game reportedly witnessed a fight between rookie wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin and running back Thomas Jones.

Baldwin, the 26th overall pick in this year's draft supposedly suffered a thumb injury during the incident.

Kansas City's Ryan Succop and Billy Cundiff exchanged field goals in the first quarter, the former's coming after Baltimore's Lardarius Webb fumbled a punt.

Rice's score left enough time for Tyler Palko to take the Chiefs 80 yards down the field, and the backup QB hooked up with Terrance Copper on a four-yard touchdown seconds before the break.

Succop added a 30-yard field goal in the third quarter, but Jalen Parmele rushed for a 10-yard TD midway through the fourth and Tyrod Taylor took one in himself from five yards out a little later.

Anthony Allen punched in a one-yard score in the closing seconds.

Palko finished 8-of-13 for 95 yards, while Taylor threw for 88 yards on 5- of-11 passes.