The biggest came early in the fourth quarter with the Ravens down 17-7 when he reached the ball into the end zone, trying to score a touchdown that would have cut the deficit to three. Instead, he fumbled as cornerback L'Jarius Sneed knocked the ball out of his hands inside the 1-yard line and the Chiefs recovered.
A few plays earlier, Flowers was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct for taunting after he spun the ball while standing directly above Sneed, who tackled him following a 54-yard reception from Lamar Jackson. The penalty on Flowers — one of many by the undisciplined Ravens throughout the game — backed up Baltimore 15 yards.
To add injury to the series of events, Flowers appeared to cut a finger on his left hand when he slammed it on a bench after the fumble.
Flowers, a first-round draft pick, led the Ravens in catches and receiving yards this season.
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