Baltimore had planned a Purple Party but instead, there was a Red Rage following the AFC Championship Game.
The Baltimore Ravens squared off against the Kansas City Chiefs and lost 17-10 on their home turf of M&T Bank Stadium.
"The Kansas City Chiefs came in here and bullied the Baltimore Ravens—beat them at their own game," former Raven wide receiver Qadry Ismail said.
WJZ's Mark Viviano said the game was disappointing from the beginning until the bitter end. This was the Raven's first-ever appearance at home for a conference title game.
Kansas City scored off the bat and the Ravens responded. After that, Lamar Jackson escaped a sack as he had done many times during the game, and he found Zay Flowers downfield 30-yard touchdown tied at 7-7 in the first quarter.
Kansas City didn't score after the half. They led 17-7 in the fourth quarter. Jackson threw to Zay Flowers, and that looked like an end-zone touchdown.
Instead, though, it was a turnover as Flowers had the ball knocked from his hands at the goal line. Kansas City recovered it.