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KC Chiefs Vs Jacksonville Jaguars: Rating the Match-Ups

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Elettra Stolfi | 08 Ноября, 2016, 08:18

More on that later. The Pro Bowl tight end was hit with two personal foul penalties and sent to the locker room with the Chiefs leading 16-7 early in the fourth quarter. Shorthanded but still prepared, the Chiefs took advantage of some costly turnovers by the Jacksonville offense while Blake Bortles continues to struggle in what's become a pivotal year in his career.

On the other side, you have a Jacksonville Jaguars that comes into this game with a record of 2-5 and is now towards the bottom of the AFC. There were four total but three from the offense: Bortles threw an interception and running backs T.J.

Alex Smith had already been ruled out with a head injury. Starting left guard Parker Ehinger is out for the rest of the season with a torn ACL. Smith didn't have a concussion, according to the team, and is being held out as a precautionary measure. "Don't know what it was, don't know what you want to call it".

The Kansas City Chiefs put in the definition of an "ugly win" on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

What about the Chiefs offense should we be anxious about?

"I thought I crossed the plane as the ball was coming out", said Ivory, who ran for 107 yards on 18 carries. Once he threw the flag at me, I threw (my towel) at him like it was a flag and told him how much I appreciated him throwing his flag. "While I'm running I'm thinking, 'God, I hope this isn't a run play, ' and I was there, but he made a good play, got rid of it". The frustrating third-year signal-caller won't be a recommended fantasy play next week at home against the Texans. "When he threw the flag on me, he should have thrown it at the guy for pass interference... Let's get you some completions'". With the firing of offensive coordinator Greg Olson, the Jaguars enter this game a new team.

"When you look at it, it comes to turnovers", said Jacksonville coach Gus Bradley. "I wasn't looking at the sheet going, 'What can I and can't I call?' That's not how I felt with him".

"I think Nathaniel has done a good job and kind of being a spark plug to get the offense going and done a really good job with the plan. I just couldn't grasp in my mind that the results were going to change if we continue going in this direction". After Sunday's 19-14 Chiefs win, here are three things we learned.

Foles and Wilson connected on the 23-yard scoring pass two plays after punt returner Bryan Walters coughed up the ball. Charcandrick West will get most of the snaps in his absence, but he has proven to be a capable back in the past.

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