Chiefs Vs. Ravens: Patrick Mahomes’ Dad Not Thrilled About Sharing Suite with Taylor Swift, Jason Kelce & Co. Again…

Chiefs Vs. Ravens: Patrick Mahomes’ Dad Not Thrilled About Sharing Suite with Taylor Swift, Jason Kelce & Co. Again...

 

The Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes have a major test ahead of him as a rare road underdog heading to compete in the AFC Championship game vs. the Baltimore Ravens.

 

Chiefs Vs. Ravens: Patrick Mahomes’ Dad Not Thrilled About Sharing Suite with Taylor Swift, Jason Kelce & Co. Again...
It will be Mahomes second time playing in a road playoff game and the crowd in Baltimore is going to be out of control, if last week’s matchup against the Houston Texans was foreshadowing the scene that will take place on Sunday.

A raucous crowd at M&T Bank Stadium played an imperative part in energizing the Baltimore Ravens and effectively became the 12th man on defense. Houston had six pre-snap penalties with five false starts and one delay of game.

Baltimore linebacker Roquan Smith credited the fans and how it helped the defense in big moments throughout the game.

It will be Mahomes second time playing in a road playoff game and the crowd in Baltimore is going to be out of control, if last week’s matchup against the Houston Texans was foreshadowing the scene that will take place on Sunday.

Of the 16 postseason games that Mahomes has played in his career, 12 have been at Arrowhead Stadium. The other three games were Super Bowl appearances – Super Bowl 54, Super Bowl 55 and Super Bowl 57 – all of which took place at neutral sites. Last week’s win over Buffalo was the quarterback’s first road test.

And with the Chiefs come Taylor Swift, who will likely be in a private suite with her usual entourage away from the madness of the Ravens fans.

Having the crowd behind them is nothing new for Baltimore. The fans at M&T Bank Stadium were also a problem for opposing teams in the regular season, as they had 19 false starts and nine delay of game penalties in Baltimore, both of which led the league.

When asked about getting to face KC at home, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh alluded to the unique atmosphere that could help his team secure a trip to the Super Bowl on Sunday.

“We’re excited about that,” Harbaugh said. “Our fans are going to get the chance to cheer just as loud or louder than they did in this game,” Harbaugh said after defeating the Texans. “They were amazing…I thought our fans were incredible. It was deafening out there.”