Whether it’s knocking down a pass, punching the ball loose or going the other way with an interception, Baltimore Ravens All-Pro cornerback Marlon Humphrey has a knack for making game-changing plays.
It’s a trait that might prove to be pivotal in Monday night’s matchup against the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs and standout quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
Last Sunday in Houston, Humphrey whipped his right arm around wide receiver Keke Coutee and stripped the ball. Baltimore linebacker L.J. Fort picked up the fumble and streaked 22 yards for a second-quarter score to put the Ravens up 20-7 in a game they would win 33-16 for their 14th consecutive regular-season victory.