Rookie running back Gus Edwards topped 100 yards for the second straight week.
The Ravens and Chiefs battled into overtime, but Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City made just enough plays to win.
In his toughest environment yet, rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson threw for 147 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another 71 yards, but fumbled down the stretch in regulation.
Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson went down in overtime and had to be replaced by Robert Griffin III.
Check out Lamar Jackson's face after the Chiefs' Harrison Butker missed a 43-yard attempt wide right.
Lamar Jackson is stripped from behind by Justin Houston as he and the Ravens tried to mount a game-winning drive at the end of regulation.
Chiefs quarterback rolled to his right and threw all the way back deep to his left to find wide receiver Tyreek Hill on fourth down.
Lamar Jackson finds John Brown open in the end zone on third down to give the Ravens a seven-point lead with four minutes left.
The Ravens get in position to take a fourth-quarter lead with a long punt return by Cyrus Jones.
In the final minutes of the fourth quarter, linebackers Terrell Suggs and Za'Darius Smith break through for a huge sack.
Wide receiver Willie Snead makes a tough leaping catch for a first down.
Lamar Jackson finds tight end Maxx Williams on fourth-and-2 for a 10-yard touchdown.
Safety Chuck Clark picks off Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes on a third-down pass.
Lamar Jackson hits running back Kenneth Dixon for a 21-yard gain after shaking loose from a sack.
Outside linebacker Matthew Judon pushes the Chiefs into a third-and-long situation by sacking Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mohomes.
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes makes a ridiculous play to find an open wide receiver to his left while looking to the right.
Baltimore Ravens running back Kenneth Dixon dives into the end zone for touchdown.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson breaks through the Chiefs' defensive front on the Ravens' second drive.
Watch the best plays from Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson in his Week 13 win against the Atlanta Falcons.
The Ravens pulled out a 26-16 win in a wild game in Atlanta to get their third-straight victory and move to 7-5.
Linebacker Patrick Onwuasor stripped quarterback Matt Ryan and Tavon Young scooped it up and took it to the house for a game-breaking score.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Robert Griffin III makes his first regular season completion since 2016.
Kicker Justin Tucker hits his fourth field goal of the game to give the Ravens a 19-10 lead midway through the fourth quarter.
Outside linebacker Za'Darius Smith brings down Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan on third down to force a punt.
Ravens veteran linebacker Terrell Suggs tracks down Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan outside the pocket.
Punter Sam Koch completes a 21-yard pass to wide receiver Chris Moore over the middle on fourth down.