The Kansas City Chiefs finally picked up their first win of the 2004 season on Monday night. Kansas City won 27-24 at Baltimore to improve to 1-3. After falling behind 3-0, Trent Green’s 3-yard touchdown pass to Jason Dunn put Kansas City up 7-3. The Chiefs led 10-3 after one, but the Ravens tied the game 10-10 early in the second quarter on Kyle Boller’s 57-yard TD toss to Randy Hymes. The Chiefs retook the lead on a touchdown run by Priest Holmes, but B.J. Sams returned a punt 58 yards for a score, tying the game at 17-17 at half. Holmes added another touchdown in the fourth quarter. The Ravens cut the lead to three, but would not get any closer. The Chiefs dominated most of the game. They outgained the Ravens 398-207, and held the ball for 39:43. Green threw for 223 yards and a touchdown. Holmes finished with 125 yards rushing to go with his two touchdowns. The Chiefs defense held Baltimore running back Jamal Lewis to just 73 yards on 15 carries.