The Chiefs have faced some powerful passing offenses through four games in the 2012 season.
Sunday, in Week 5, they may see the one playing better than all of them.
The Chiefs are 31st in the NFL with an opponents' passer rating of 114.7. They've also allowed 10 passing touchdowns -- second-highest in the league -- and are surrendering eight yards per attempt -- the fifth-highest amount in the NFL.
Opening up the Ravens' deep passing attack is the running and receiving threat of running back Ray Rice. He leads the Ravens with 22 catches -- his 174 yards are third on the team -- and has 317 rushing yards and a five yards per carry average.
Rice's ability to draw safeties toward the line of scrimmage help free up speed demon Torrey Smith for single coverage on the outside. It will take a full team effort for the Chiefs to contain Baltimore in their Week 5 matchup, scheduled for noon CT on Oct. 7.