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Tomahawks and Touchdowns: Week #6 Preview

The Kansas City Chiefs had a big victory against the Jacksonville Jaguars. They won the game 30-14. It was only their second home game this season. The Chiefs got out to an early lead and were able to prevent a potential Jaguars comeback. The win puts their record at 5-0 this season. The victory could have big implications in the playoff race at the end of the season.

The Chiefs offense had another strong performance last week. Mahomes threw for 313 yards but had two interceptions in the game. It was his fourth straight game with 300+ passing yards. Travis Kelce played well with 100 receiving yards on eight targets. He led the team in receiving yards. The Chiefs offense only had two touchdowns but they played well enough to secure the win.

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The defense had an outstanding performance last week. They had four interceptions and one fumble recovery. The Chiefs defense had one touchdown off of a turnover. The defense was considered a weak spot on the roster but their performance last week was the main reason for the Chiefs win. Defensive end Chris Jones had a breakout performance. He had one sack and an interception that he returned for a touchdown. He was ejected in the third quarter after throwing a punch. If the Chiefs defense can keep playing at this level they will take a lot of pressure off of the offense.

The Chiefs will face the New England Patriots on the road in week #6. The game will be on Sunday night. Last year the Chiefs won in New England 42-27 in week #1. The Patriots will be an interesting match-up for the Chiefs. The Patriots defense allows 366 yards per game, which is considered average in the NFL this season. The Patriots defense was expected to struggle and has played poorly in some games. They gave up 376 yards and four touchdowns to Blake Bortles in their loss to the Jaguars in week #2. Mahomes could have a big game if he has success against the Patriots secondary. The Patriots offense has been strong again this season. Rookie running back Sony Michel adds a new dimension to their offense. He started the season slow after missing a lot of the preseason with a knee injury but has played well in the last few weeks. In his last two games he has averaged 105 yards rushing and one touchdown. The game against the Patriots will be a good match-up for the Chiefs and the winner should be the favorite to be a top seed in the AFC.

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