It's been a war of attrition in the first half between the Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens, who find themselves tied, 3-3, after two quarters of play at Arrowhead Stadium.
Neither offense could muster more than a field goal after Justin Tucker was set up to hit a 28-yard shot toward the end of the first quarter after a Matt Cassel fumble. Kansas City's Ryan Succop put the lone points on the board for the Chiefs after a 13-play, 53-yard drive ended in a 30-yard field goal in second quarter. That's been it for offense.
Matt Cassel has had a first half to forget after losing a fumble, throwing an interception and going 5-for-7 for 37 yards. Jamaal Charles is having a great day so far, though, carrying the ball 20 times for 125 yards in the first half alone, while Shaun Draughn has 10 carries for 36 yards.
As for the Ravens, Joe Flacco couldn't get much going either, finishing the half 7-for-17 for 64 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions. Ray Rice has seven carries for 52 yards so far on Sunday.