2019 NFL – Kansas City Chiefs @ Jacksonville Jaguars Preview & Prediction
When is Kansas City Chiefs @ Jacksonville Jaguars taking place? Sunday 8th September, 2019 – 18:00 (UK)
Where is Kansas City Chiefs @ Jacksonville Jaguars taking place? TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville
What is the expected weather for Kansas City Chiefs @ Jacksonville Jaguars? 33c in bright sunshine
What television channel is Kansas City Chiefs @ Jacksonville Jaguars on? Sky Sports will be showing live NFL games during the season so it is worth checking their schedule
Where can I stream Kansas City Chiefs @ Jacksonville Jaguars? Subscribers to NFL GAMEPASS can stream matches live on their platform
Where can I get tickets for Kansas City Chiefs @ Jacksonville Jaguars? Check Ticketmaster for ticket information on selected games
What was the outcome in the last meeting? Jacksonville Jaguars 14-30 Kansas City Chiefs
THE TEAM NEWS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
- Kansas City will look to bounce back from the disappointment of their loss to New England in the AFC Conference Championship last year with QB Patrick Mahomes looking to produce similar numbers to his amazing rookie season.
- The Chiefs drafted Georgia WR Mecole Hardman but his role will not be as big as anticipated after Kansas City decided to retain fellow WR Tyreek Hill despite his off-field behaviour casting doubts over his future.
- It could be a healthy looking roster for the Chiefs in Week 1 with just four players listed on their injury report and all of those were full participants at the first practice of the week which should ensure they feature against the Jaguars.
- Jacksonville suffered a poor season that resulted in them finishing bottom of the AFC South last year with a record of 5-11 but Doug Marrone managed to avoid the sack and he will lead the Jaguars again in 2019.
- The Jags moved to sign Nick Foles from free agency and he becomes the franchise QB which should lead to an improved year but he will need support from RB Leonard Fournette due to a lack of genuine depth among the receiving corps.
- A long injury report has been announced by the Jaguars in Week 1 but only OL Cedric Ogbuehi and TE Josh Oliver did not participate with the other sevens listed all taking some part in practice early in the week.
Jacksonville will enter a new era after they finally moved on from Blake Bortles with the Jaguars picking up Nick Foles from free agency. He will surely lead his side to a better season but that might not come in their season opener against the Chiefs with last year's #1 ranked offense able to earn the win to get their year off to a strong start.