BALTIMORE — It's a Marquee Monday night matchup between the defending Super Bowl champs and a team with Super Bowl aspirations.
The Chiefs will be coming to Baltimore Monday to face the Ravens.
It's a matchup that in recent history, has gone Kansas City's way.
Both teams are undefeated on the young season and it could be a preview of a primetime playoff game down the road.
WMAR-2 News asked the players if they're as hyped as the fans for this big game, they said its business as usual.
“No matter who it is, we feel like we have to win that game, we feel like it's a make it or break it game and with that mentality it's just going to make us mentally stronger and more capable down the line,” said Offensive Tackle, Ronnie Stanley.
“As far as different from the rest, there's going to be a lot of big games, but every game's pretty big but we're just mainly trying to take it one game at a time," said Cornerback Marlon Humphrey.
Ronnie Stanley, the Ravens All Pro Lineman you heard from there left the team's last game with an ankle injury.
He said his ankle and hip are a little banged up, but that he expects to play Monday night.