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10.01.2020 07:28
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Nick Foles did exactly what the Kansas City Chiefs needed him to do against Jacksonville.Namely, he didnt make any major mistakes.Filling in for quarterback Alex Smith, who was out with a head injury, Foles threw for 187 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions on Sunday. That modest performance was all the stout Chiefs defense needed to hold on for a 19-14 victory , their fourth consecutive win.We got the win, Foles said, and there are things we can clean up and be even better for it all-around, and thats the exciting part about the game. Its better when you win and can improve.The Chiefs (6-2) wound up playing without five starters on offense.Along with Smith , running back Spencer Ware was inactive with a knee injury and offensive guard Parker Ehinger is out for the year with a knee injury. Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin left in the first quarter with a groin injury and did not return, and tight end Travis Kelce was ejected in the fourth quarter.Not that it mattered. The guys on defense were up to the task.They held Blake Bortles to 22-of-41 passing for 252 yards with two touchdowns and an interception, one of four turnovers by the Jaguars (2-6) on the afternoon. And they made the play of the game when they held on fourth down deep in their territory with less than 2 minutes left in the game.Theyre one out of 14 on third down. We had 205 yards rushing and five penalties. It comes down to turnovers, Jaguars coach Gus Bradley. We didnt get them.Here are some of the takeaways from the Chiefs 10th consecutive home win:BORTLESS BLUNDERThe interception Bortles threw was followed by another embarrassing mistake: a chop block. Rule changes this year made chop blocks illegal across the board, and Bortles was hit with a flag for delivering one far away from the play after Ramik Wilson had picked off the pass.The Jaguars third-year starter was the first quarterback to be flagged for the penalty since Jay Cutler committed the same offense in Week 3 of the 2009 season.CATCHING KELCEKelce was ejected with 11:18 left in the game when Foles tries to hit him in the back of the end zone with Jaguars cornerback Prince Amukamara draped all over him. No flag was thrown and Kelce disagre

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