Chiefs vs. Jaguars: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis for Kansas City
The Chiefs defense shut down the run and harassed Gabbert all day, sacking him six times and intercepting him twice. The Jaguars did get one drive late down to the Chiefs goal line, but were held out of the end zone on four straight plays, cementing a perfect performance for the Chiefs defense.
Jamaal Charles did sustain a quad injury during the game. He returned for two plays in the third quarter, but was held out the remainder of the game, which was well in hand, as a precautionary measure.
Though the Jaguars finished with a total of 157 passing yards, the bulk of that came from garbage time passing, as they had yet to amass 100 total passing yards by the two-minute warning.
Justin Houston had two sacks and Tamba Hali had an interception for a touchdown. The MVP of this game was undoubtedly the entirety of the Chiefs defense.
The Chiefs' defense shuts down the Jaguars four goal-line chances. That should be the ballgame with 41 seconds remaining.
Chad Henne has come on to replace Blaine Gabbert at the two-minute warning for the Jaguars.
2:56 remaining in the fourth quarter
The Chiefs' drive stalls, forcing another Colquitt punt. Jacksonville takes over on their own 20. I'm curious why the Chiefs didn't run more on that drive to run out the clock.
6:04 remaining in the fourth quarter
A promising Jaguars drive stalls, and Brian Anger punts for a touchback. It's 1st-and-10 for the Chiefs on their own 20-yard line.
10:15 remaining in the fourth quarter
The Jaguars' defense holds, forcing the Chiefs to punt. The Jaguars take over at their own 24, their best starting field position of the day.
The Chiefs announce that they'll be keeping Jamaal Charles out for the rest of the game as a precautionary measure.
When the Jaguars break today's game tape down, I think they'll realize they need to commit to the run early and set up play action for Gabbert. The Jaguars' offensive line can't protect effectively enough for them to lean on the pass.
Kansas City's drive stalls, forcing them to punt. Jacksonville takes over. Tamba Hali picks off Gabbert for a touchdown. The Chiefs lead the Jaguars 28-2 with 12:51 left in the game.
Jamaal Charles back in for Kansas City after quad injury.— Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) September 8, 2013
Alex Smith fumbles and it's recovered by Jacksonville. The Chiefs pick up yet another sack on Gabbert to hold. The Jaguars punt again. It's the Chiefs' ball, 1st-and-10 on their 35-yard line.
5:47 remaining in the third quarter
Eric Berry and Dontari Poe are in on the sack, forcing another Jaguars punt.
Jamaal Charles has a quad ailment—questionable to return.— Michael Fabiano (@Michael_Fabiano) September 8, 2013
7:03 remaining in the third quarter
The Chiefs' drive stalls and Colquitt punts. The Jaguars take over on their own 9. The Chiefs have given the Jaguars terrible field position to work with all day.
10:09 remaining in the third quarter
Justin Houston picks up his second sack of the game and the Chiefs' fourth. The Jaguars are forced to punt.
11:14 remaining in the third quarter
The Jaguars' defense holds and the Chiefs are forced to punt. The Jaguars take over on their own 14-yard line.
Jamaal Charles getting helped off field after viscious hit— Mark Long (@APMarkLong) September 8, 2013
Kansas City receives the ball to start the second half.
The Jaguars managed only 20 first-half rushing yards and 80 total yards of offense.
1:44 remaining in the second quarter
Jacksonville calls a timeout after holding the Chiefs, and will try out their two-minute offense.
3:22 remaining in the second quarter
The Jaguars continue to shoot themselves in the foot with penalties as a huge 57-yard pass to Ace Sanders is called back. With the Jaguars forced to punt again, it's the Chiefs' ball, 1st-and-10 from their own 17-yard line.
6: 26 remaining in the second quarter
Jamaal Charles takes it two yards for the touchdown. Chiefs 21, Jaguars 2.
12:09 remaining first quarter
The Jaguars give "offensive weapon" and former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson his first touch, a one-yard rush.
12:17 remaining second quarter
The Jaguars offense just seems disjointed right now. They can't establish anything in the running game and the passing game out of sync. How much of this is a result of the Chiefs' defense, and how much of this is because of the Jaguars' offense?
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