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The Jacksonville Jaguars went out and played to win on offense. The same could not be said for the defense.And here we are Youth Calais Campbell Jersey , losers of five straight — six on the year — and out of the playoff race. Mathematically, it’s still possible, I suppose. But I don’t think 10 wins gets you into the AFC playoff picture this year.It was as ugly a game as this new look Jaguars defense has given us since Doug Marrone was the head coach and about as clear a demonstration of what the team was wanting out of Blake Bortles when they gave him an extension last offseason.Who stood out in the Week 10 matchup? Let’s find out!1. Blake BortlesWhen Blake plays poorly, we’ll say he played poorly. But today was not one of those days. With a lackluster run game at his disposal and a defense that forced him into comeback mode all game, Blake played well — certainly well enough to win. His first quarter touchdown throw to Donte Moncrief was a thing of beauty and his over 8.4 yards per pass attempt was more than adequate. If Blake played as well as he did today all season, this would be a 6-3 team. As it stands, the defense let him down and that’s a shame.2. Donte MoncriefAs I mentioned earlier, Moncrief’s long touchdown catch in the first quarter was the kind of highlight this team is banking on once or twice a game. Even with just four targets all game, he’ll still stick out in your memory when remembering this game.3. Rashad GreeneThere’s no way getting around this. Greene had just one target and it was a fumble on a catch that would have given this team a first down and put this team within field goal range with less than two minutes to play. It’s a play that will stick with Greene (and us) for a while — not as one of those “what if?” plays when recalling how we barely missed the playoffs (that wasn’t going to happen) but as the nail in the coffin for why Greene isn’t worthy of a roster spot.T4. 4. Telvin SmithThe drop off for Telvin this season has been tremendous. He is a liability in coverage and the only reason he was in a position to make a late game interception is because he was trailing Eric Ebron by a good couple of yards. If Ebron doesn’t juggle that ball it’s an ugly, ugly play. Aside from that, Telvin has been noticeably underperforming and I honestly do not know why. Does he really miss Poz that much? Are opposing offensive coordinators figuring him out? Is he missing some sort of support in coverage that he had last year Tashaun Gipson Jersey , be it a player or some specific scheme? Whatever the issue, it’s likely not getting fixed during the season and it’ll have to wait until 2019.5. Barry ChurchThere was an early touchdown by the Colts — I can’t remember if it was Ebron’s second or third — where he was wide open when he caught the ball. I’m talking... no Jaguars defender was within 10 yards of him. Telvin was tasked with covering the running back in the flat and Ebron streaking towards the corner of the end zone. Telvin took the running back and Ebron easily scored. Afterwards, Church and Telvin exchanged glances and then words and then more glances. That scene has played out multiple times and I don’t have any reason for why Church has been on a different page when it comes to coverage, but I don’t think his being temporarily benched for Jarrod Wilson in the first half was related to an injury. The team needs speed at the strong safety position and Church is not giving it to them. Depending on how far along Ronnie Harrison is in his development, we could see a lot more of him as the season winds down.6. The offensive lineFor the most part today, Blake had time to throw. The running lanes weren’t there, but the screens and short passes to tight ends and running backs were. They got through today without being a huge liability overall (although the left tackle position is an absolute concern) and that was with their captain Brandon Linder going down in the second half with what looked like a serious injury. Was the offensive line superb? No. But they were good enough to win and I think that’s the bar we should be measuring them by until they can rebuild it this offseason.Bonus: Wiggle Man[TWEET NOT FOUND]I’m not going to overreact, but the Jaguars losing is 100 percent because Wiggle didn’t go to church before the game and tweet about it. The Jacksonville Jaguars currently sit at 3-1 after dominating the New York Jets in Week 4. The Jags look like one of the NFL’s best teams right now, but arguably the toughest test of the season thus far looms for Jacksonville, as the team travels to Arrowhead Stadium to play the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs. It’s time for your favorite weekly history lesson (maybe?), as we review the all-time head-to-head matchups between the Chiefs and Jaguars. Similar to last week against the Jets Cheap Telvin Smith Jersey , Jacksonville and Kansas City have a somewhat limited sample size, but a closely contested series history. Series historyAll-time regular season series record: Jaguars lead 6-5Postseason record: N/ALast Jaguars win: Nov. 8, 2009 (24-21)Last Chiefs win: Nov. 6, 2016 (19-14)Current Streak: Chiefs have won three straightBiggest Jaguars win: 24-10 (Nov. 9, 1997)Biggest Chiefs win: 28-2 (Sept. 8, 2013)Interesting takeaway: The Jaguars won six of the first eight meetings with the Chiefs, but have now dropped three in a row. Quick thoughts: Again, Jacksonville dominated the series early on by winning four of the first five and six of the first eight, but Kansas City was able to take advantage of bad Jaguars teams in the past few meetings to bring the series back to close to even. The Jaguars have fared better in Duval, getting four of the six series wins at home. The Chiefs have won three of five at Arrowhead Stadium, and Jacksonville hasn’t won in Kansas City since 2007. Last Matchup Winner: ChiefsScore: 19-14Date: Nov. 6 Jermey Parnell Jersey , 2016 Location: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri Team Stats: Jacksonville — 252 passing yards, 205 rushing yards, 25 first downsKansas City — 187 passing yards, 62 rushing yards, 10 first downsQuick recap: Nick Foles got the start for an injured Alex Smith and was OK.A Jaguars team that finished 3-13 thoroughly dominated a Chiefs team that finished 12-4, but found a way to blow it. Jacksonville out-gained Kansas City by 208 yards, and gained 15 more first downs than the opposition. However, the 2016 Jaguars were extremely turnover prone, and lost the turnover battle 0-4. Blake Bortles threw an interception and three different players lost fumbles. The Chiefs built a 19-7 fourth quarter lead Brandon Linder Jersey , but a T.J. Yeldon touchdown cut it down to a five-point deficit. The offense would get one more chance to score, but could not do it. Previous Matchup: Winner: ChiefsScore: 28-2Date: Sept. 8, 2013Location: EverBank Field, JacksonvilleTeam Stats: Jacksonville — 157 passing yards, 71 rushing yards, 12 first downsKansas City — 173 passing yards, 121 rushing yards, 17 first downsQuick recap: This one was not pretty. The Jaguars actually took a 2-0 lead early in the first quarter on a blocked punt safety, but it was all Chiefs after that. Kansas City took a 21-2 lead into the locker room at halftime and coasted through the second half. Blaine Gabbert threw two interceptions, including a fourth quarter pick-six to Tamba Hali. The Chiefs also won the turnover battle in this game, with the two takeaways compared to zero for the Jags. Jacksonville never threatened in this one and it was a typical game during the Gus Bradley era. Series By Decade: 1990s: Jaguars went 2-02000-2010: Jaguars went 4-32011-Present: Chiefs lead 2-0Quick thoughts: This series was fun for the Jaguars in the beginning Cheap Logan Cooke Jersey , winning both matchups in the 1990s and winning two of the first three in the early 2000s. The Jags dominated from the first matchup in 1997 through the fifth all-time matchup in 2004, winning four of the five games in that span. The Chiefs have won four of the last six games overall and three in a row, though. This year offers us one of the most intriguing matchups of the 2018 season already, as two teams with a combined 7-1 record will face off with each other. Patrick Mahomes came down to earth a little bit this past week, but still had a good game and led his team to a comeback victory. It’s going to be really fun to watch Mahomes against the No. 1 pass defense in the league. On the other side, will Jacksonville’s offense be able to take advantage of Kansas City’s shaky defense? This is a true test for both teams. This is a tough one on the road for Jacksonville. How will the Jaguars fare?