The Kansas City Chiefs defended their home on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. It was a win, but the play of the Chiefs leave much to be desired.
The Kansas City Chiefs put in the definition of an “ugly win” on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Getting four turnovers and putting constant pressure on Blake Bortles allowed the Chiefs to have virtually no offense but still get the win.
The stakes are clear: win and the Chiefs maintain pressure on the Raiders for the AFC West lead; lose and they fall behind in the race. This game felt a lot like Houston in 2013, the Chiefs played well enough to win but it was difficult to watch.
With every week the Chiefs get themselves closer to an AFC West crown and a home playoff game for the first time since 2010. These games against bad teams in November are must wins if the Chiefs want to bring the first ever Arrowhead AFC Championship.