The Baltimore Ravens already head to Kansas City as seven-point favorites. It won't help the Chiefs that Baltimore appears to be completely healthy.
Every Ravens player practiced Thursday in wake of their Week 5 game Oct. 7. Offensive lineman Jah Reid hasn't been active for a game this season due to a calf injury, but he practiced on a limited basis. Wide receiver Torrey Smith (ankle) participated fully both Wednesday and Thursday.
The Chiefs, on the other hand, are a little banged up, as many teams will be after four games. Linebacker Derrick Johnson (groin), running back Peyton Hillis (ankle), wide receiver Devon Wylie (hamstring), cornerback Jalil Brown (hamstring) and defensive ends Glenn Dorsey (calf) and Ropati Pitoitua (elbow) did not practice Thursday. Safety Kendrick Lewis missed practice due to a personal reason, and, according to Arrowhead Pride, could still play Sunday.
Being down several key players will be difficult, but the Ravens (3-1) have lost three of their last four away games, dating back to 2011.