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OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) - Baltimore is winning and leading the AFC North, coach John Harbaugh just isn't happy how the Ravens got it done on Sunday.
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.
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