There is an old adage in football: “Winning is when you lose.”
When the Chiefs beat the Chargers in Week 1, they did so without any players on the field for long stretches.
They scored on three of their first four drives and finished the game with a 5-2 lead, with a total of 539 yards.
On the flip side, the Chargers led all of the other teams in scoring with 539, and were the only team to score more than 18 points on the ground.
This week, the Chiefs will play the Jaguars, who are coming off a win over the Broncos, which was their first victory in three weeks.
The Chiefs have won five of their last six, and this will be their fifth win over a team with a winning record since Week 1.
This is also the first time the Chiefs have beaten the Jaguars since 2011, when they beat the team to win the AFC West.
The Jaguars, though, were a much different team this week.
They were coming off their second straight win over an AFC West team.
The Broncos won the game by a score of 37-14, and they lost their last three games.
The Chargers, meanwhile, won their last two games, and their last four opponents are not currently playing for a playoff spot.
So while the Chargers will be looking to bounce back this week, this is not an easy task.
The AFC West is in turmoil right now, and the Chiefs are looking to win on the road in Jacksonville.
Keep in mind that the Chargers are also in the AFC wild card hunt, so if they make the playoffs, this matchup will be important.
Let’s take a look at the best ways the Chiefs can win this week and see if it’s possible.
Offense First of all, let’s go ahead and get to the offensive side of the ball.
The Raiders, Jaguars, and Chargers have played this week with three different quarterbacks.
The Colts, Titans, and Chiefs have all been very efficient in the passing game, and while Philip Rivers is still the best quarterback in the NFL, the Jaguars and Chiefs are the only teams in the league with a QB rating of over 110.
The only team with fewer than 15 passing yards per game is the Bengals, who have just eight.
The best passing play of the week against the Chargers was an interception by Derek Carr.
It came when the Chargers were up 20-0, and Carr threw a dart to DeAndre Hopkins for a 6-yard gain.
The ball was picked off by the Chargers’ safety, but it was enough to put the Raiders ahead, 23-0.
The defense played well this week against a pass-happy Jaguars offense, giving up just 16 points and three interceptions.
The worst defensive play was a fourth-quarter interception by the Jaguars’ Ryan Succop.
Succo was able to pick off two passes in the final minutes of the game.
One was a pick-six that ended the Chargers game and the other was a safety that gave the Raiders a touchdown.
The biggest defensive performance came on a third-and-6 with the Chargers down 14-7 at halftime.
The Bills had their chances to tie the game at 17-all when Succoc intercepted a pass.
The quarterback was thrown out of bounds on the play, but Succom picked it up and ran it for a first down.
However, he didn’t get a second chance to make a play, as the Chargers converted on the ensuing field goal.
That’s how it started for the Jaguars.
The defensive players on this defense are great.
They stop the run, and when the offensive plays well, the defense has great success.
However at times, it was tough for the Chargers.
The offense was not as good in the fourth quarter as it was in the first half, as they allowed just six points.
The pass defense struggled in this game, allowing only three points, one touchdown, and two interceptions.
In fact, this was the first game in which the Chargers allowed more than one touchdown in the third quarter.
The big problem this week is that the offense hasn’t been playing well.
The offensive line was struggling, and players were not getting much run blocking.
The running game, which has been a big issue for the Chiefs this season, was very inconsistent.
The rushing game had a total rush of 13 yards, but there were four carries of less than five yards.
Running back Spencer Ware had a very nice day for the Raiders, rushing for 110 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries, but Ware had just one carry of more than five-yards.
The good news for the running game is that they got a big boost from running back Latavius Murray.
Murray rushed for 139 yards and a touchdown, while also getting caught one of two passes thrown his way.
The problem is that Murray only played about 30% of the Raiders offensive snaps, and that’s a concern.
It was very encouraging that Murray was able, despite