Ten things: Jaguars-Chiefs

JACKSONVILLE – They continued to believe and improve. Even in difficult times.

Last week, the Jaguars used this formula to win a victory that builds faith and builds trust. Now they have a much more difficult task. This task:

The Kansas City bosses and AFC West leaders may be the toughest task the Jaguars have faced – or will face – this season.

The Chiefs (6-2) are perennial Super Bowl contenders, having played in the last four AFC Championship games. They play with intensity and speed, and their powerful offense puts a huge strain on their opponent’s offense and defense. Patrick Mahomes is one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. Head Coach Andy Reid is one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. Travis Kelce is one of the best tight ends in the NFL.

That’s a lot of the best, and as a result, the Chiefs are some of the best offensive players in the NFL – and one of the best teams. It will be a tough test for a Jaguar defense that has been inconsistent this season and has struggled to put pressure on opponents’ passers in big situations and stop deep passes.

It’s an equally difficult task for the attacking Jaguar, who have improved dramatically this season but have struggled with key mistakes – especially end-zone losses.

The Jaguars will likely have to play their best game of the season on Sunday to win.

Here are 10 things they need to do to make that happen:

What year did the Chiefs go 1 15?

2015 Kansas City Chiefs Season
Head coachAndy Reid
Home fieldArrowhead Stadium

What year did the Chiefs go 13 and 0? 2013 Kansas City Chiefs Season. Read also : Mayfield isn’t sure how the Panthers handle the “looming question” at QB.

What’s the best Chiefs album ever? The Chiefs’ 2020 14–2 season remains their best regular season record to date, while their 2–14 records in 2008 and 2012 remain their worst. The Texans/Chiefs were the winningest team in AFL history with an 87–48 record from 1960–1969.

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