Dante Hall notched a special teams touchdown for the third straight week as the Chiefs beat the Ravens 17-10 in Baltimore. Hall’s 97-yard kickoff return broke a 10-10 tie late in the fourth quarter. Just moments earlier, the Chiefs were deflated, after allowing their first touchdown of the game. But on the ensuing kickoff, Baltimore was called offsides and had to re-kick the ball. That’s when Hall took off for the game-winning score. Priest Holmes rushed 22 times for 90 yards and Jamal Lewis had 26 carries for 115 yards and a score. Defense seemed to dominate on both sides of the ball as Trent Green struggled to a 17-28 day for 159 yards passing and one touchdown. Dexter McCleon came away with two interceptions, but his last one sealed the game as Kyle Boller lofted one towards the end zone in Ravens final drive of the game. The Chiefs are 4-0 on the season for the second time in franchise history and with a win they’ll be 5-0 for the first time. The victory marked Dick Vermeil’s 100th career win.