Chiefs Upset at Home by Tampa Bay 19-17 to Fall to 7-3

Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Kansas City Chiefs

Jameis Winston sliced up a Kansas City defense missing top cornerback Marcus Peters, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers held on for a 19-17 victory Sunday that snapped the Chiefs’ five-game winning streak.

Winston threw for 331 yards to help set up four field goals by Roberto Aguayo, and hit tight end Robert Cross for a touchdown with just over 6 minutes left to give the Buccaneers (5-5) a cushion.

The Chiefs (7-3) marched swiftly downfield, and Alex Smith hit Albert Wilson with a short touchdown pass with just over 2 minutes left. But their defense couldn’t stop Mike Evans on third-and-3 just moments later, and the big wide receiver’s sixth reception gave the Buccaneers a first down.

By the time Kansas City finally forced a punt, there was 8 seconds left in the game.

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Buccaneers vs Chiefs NFL Week 11 Inactives

Buccaneers: QB Ryan Griffin, OL Kevin Pamphile, OL Evan Smith, RB Jacquizz Rodgers, OT Leonard Wester, DT Sealver Siliga, DT John Hughes

Chiefs: CB Marcus Peters, WR Jeremy Maclin, RB Bishop Sankey, QB Tyler Bray, OL Mike Person, DL Jaye Howard, LB Dadi Nicolas

Chiefs Rally From Down 17 to Top Panthers 20-17 to Improve to 7-2


Marcus Peters stripped Kelvin Benjamin with 20 seconds left, Cairo Santos kicked a 37-yard field goal as time expired, and the Chiefs overcame a 17-point deficit to top the Panthers 20-17 on Sunday.

The game was tied when Benjamin caught a pass from Cam Newton, and Peters ripped the ball from his arms. Santos’ fourth field goal of the day split the uprights, lifting the Chiefs (7-2) to their fifth straight victory and 17th win in their last 19 games.

Eric Berry also returned a Newton interception 42 yards for a touchdown as Kansas City’s defense came up with big plays when needed. Alex Smith threw for 178 yards and Spencer Ware ran for 61 yards for the Chiefs, who failed to score an offensive touchdown.

Newton threw for 261 yards and a touchdown and ran for 54 yards and a score for the Panthers (3-6).

The game turned late in the third quarter when Chris Jones sacked Newton for a 12-yard loss on third-and-18 at the Kansas City 28, taking the Panthers out of field goal range. Instead of making it a three-possession game, the Panthers were forced to punt.

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Chiefs vs Panthers NFL Week 10 Capsule



STREAKS   2 of past 3
COACHES VS. OPP. Andy Reid: 4-2 Ron Rivera: 0-1
LAST WEEK W 19-14 vs. Jacksonville W 13-10 at Los Angeles
LAST GAME 12/2/12: Panthers 21 at Chiefs 27. Kansas City QB Brady Quinn passes for 201 & 2 TDs for 132.1 rating. Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles rushes for 127 yards.
LAST GAME AT SITE 10/5/08: Panthers 34, Chiefs 0. Carolina RB DeAngelo Williams rushes for 123 yards & 2 TDs. Panthers QB Jake Delhomme passes for 236 yards & 2 TDs for 111.2 rating.
REFEREE Carl Cheffers
BROADCAST CBS (1:00 PM ET): Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Evan Washburn (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 112 (KC), 81 (Car). XM: 384 (KC), 225 (Car).


PASSING Alex Smith: 154-233-1638-8-2-94.3 Cam Newton: 138-239-1733-9-6-82.5
RUSHING Spencer Ware: 102-511-5.0-2 Jonathan Stewart: 79-295-3.7-4
RECEIVING Travis Kelce (TE): 39-435-11.2-3 Greg Olsen (TE): 45-673-15.0-3
OFFENSE 342.4 369.9
TAKE/GIVE +13 (1L) -6
DEFENSE 369.3 363.5
SACKS Dee Ford: 9 (T3L) Star Lotulelei: 4
INTs Marcus Peters: 5 (T1L) Thomas Davis: 2
PUNTING Dustin Colquitt: 45.6 Andy Lee: 49.3
KICKING Cairo Santos: 71 (17/18 PAT; 18/21 FG) Graham Gano: 60 (18/20 PAT; 14/18 FG)


CHIEFS: Aim for 5th win in row…In past 4 vs. NFC, QB ALEX SMITH has 6 TDs vs. 0 INTs for 100.4 rating. Aims for 3rd in row with 100+ rating vs. NFC. QB NICK FOLES has 410 pass yards & 3 TDs for 105.9 rating in past 2…RB SPENCER WARE ranks 3rd in NFL averaging 117.7 scrimmage yards per game. Has 130+ scrimmage yards in 2 of past 3. RB CHARCANDRICK WEST had 74 scrimmage yards last week…TE TRAVIS KELCE leads team with 39 catches & 435 rec. yards. Since 2014, is 4th among NFL TEs with 2,172 rec. yards & 5th with 178 catches. WR ALBERT WILSON had TD catch last week. Rookie WR TYREEK HILL has 4 rec. TDs, 2nd among NFL rookies…Since 2015, CB MARCUS PETERS has 13 INTs, most in NFL. LB DEE FORD had 2 sacks last week. Has 5.5 sacks in past 2 & 8 sacks in past 5. Ties for 3rd in NFL with 9 sacks. LB RAMIK WILSON had 1st career INT last week…PANTHERS: QB CAM NEWTON passed for 232 yards & 3 TDs for 121.2 rating & added 78 rush yards in last meeting. In past 7 at home, has 1,928 pass yards (275.4 per game) & 21 TDs (17 pass, 4 rush)…RB JONATHAN STEWART has 4 TDs in past 3…WR KELVIN BENJAMIN has 4 TDs in past 5 vs. AFC. WR COREY BROWN aims for 3rd in row at home vs. AFC with TD catch. TE GREG OLSEN had TD catch in last meeting. Leads NFL TEs in receptions (45) & rec. yards (673)…Defense leads NFC with 24 sacks. DE MARIO ADDISON had 2 sacks last week. DT STAR LOTULELEI has 4 sacks & FF in past 4 at home. Since 2012, LB LUKE KUECHLY leads NFL LBs with 12 INTs & LB THOMAS DAVIS ties for 2nd with 9. Davis led team with 11 tackles & had sack, FF & INT in Week 9. S KURT COLEMAN has 2 INTs & 4 PD in past 3 vs. AFC.

Chiefs Move to 4-0 at Arrowhead, 6-2 Overall After Topping Jaguars 19-14

Jacksonville Jaguars v Kansas City Chiefs

Their starting quarterback and running back never dressed, their top wide receiver joined them on the sideline with an injury of his own, and their Pro Bowl tight end was ejected by an official who didn’t seem to think his antics were very funny.

Good thing for the Chiefs that everything was status quo on defense.

That stout bunch kept Blake Bortles in check most of the afternoon, then stuffed the Jaguars on fourth down with less than 2 minutes remaining deep in their own territory, preserving a 19-14 win on Sunday made even more impressive by the long odds the Chiefs overcame.

“That’s what football is all about. You’re going to have weeks where you have injuries,” said Nick Foles, who started in place of injured quarterback Alex Smith. “You have to step up and make plays.”

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Jaguars vs Chiefs NFL Week Nine Inactives

Jaguars: QB Brandon Allen, WR Rashad Greene, RB Corey Grant, DE Jared Odrick, OL Bryce Harris, TE Neal Sterling, DT Richard Ash

Chiefs: RB Spencer Ware, RB Bishop Sankey, QB Alex Smith, TE Ross Travis, OL Mike Person, CB Terrance Mitchell, CB D.J. White

Chiefs at Colts NFL Week Eight Inactives

Chiefs: RB Jamaal Charles, CB D.J. White, QB Tyler Bray, OL Jordan Devey, LB Sam Barrington, OL Bryan Witzmann, TE Ross Travis

Colts: TE Dwayne Allen, OL Jack Mewhort, WR Chester Rogers, OT Le’Raven Clark, DE Kendall Langford, OLB Curt Maggitt, DT Henry Anderson

Chiefs Hold Off Mistake Filled Saints 27-21 to Move to 4-2

New Orleans Saints v Kansas City Chiefs

Alex Smith threw two touchdown passes in another efficient outing, Daniel Sorensen returned an interception of Drew Brees for another touchdown and the Kansas City Chiefs held off the mistake-prone Saints 27-21 on Sunday.

Spencer Ware ran for 77 yards to go with his 46-yard touchdown reception, and Tyreek Hill made an acrobat 38-yard TD catch to help the Chiefs (4-2) win their ninth straight at home.

Brees got the Saints (2-4) within 24-21 with his touchdown pass to Brandon Coleman with 2:33 left, but the ensuing onside kick went out of bounds. Kansas City added a 41-yard field goal, and the Saints could do nothing in the final 28 seconds to change the outcome.

Brees finished with 367 yards and three TD passes, but much of that offense came while he was trying to rally the Saints. It was actually another uneven performance away from the Superdome for the star quarterback, who was coming off a 465-yard game last week against Carolina.

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