The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars in a lopsided victory Sunday. The Chiefs offense scored three touchdowns, while the defense chipped in one of their own and kept the Jaguars' anemic offense at bay. Kansas City had the game well in hand by halftime, and played most of the second half with and "eat the clock" mentality.
Kansas City's defense was the impetus for victory in this game, harassing Jacksonville quarterback Blaine Gabbert at every turn. The Chiefs defense finished the game with six sacks and hit Gabbert nearly every play.
The Chiefs offense played efficiently, if not spectacularly most of the afternoon, converting all three of their red-zone opportunities.
Without further ado, here are my takeways from the game.