Jets to Host a Chiefs Team in Turmoil
The New York Jets (4-7) will be hosting the Kansas City Chiefs (6-5) who went 1-4 in the month of November after starting the season 5-0, so they are a struggling team trying to keep themselves together for the playoff race. Although they are struggling, this isn't the team to be taken lightly since they are still a very talented team with wide receiver Tyreek Hill, rookie phenomenon running back Kareem Hunt, and tight end Travis Kelce. Not to mention they have a great defense starring cornerback Marcus Peters and Justin Houston. Both teams are coming off a loss, the Jets losing to the Panthers and the Chiefs losing to the Buffalo Bills, both teams need to win this game to keep themselves alive, so here is how the Jets can ruin the Chiefs playoff hopes:
The Jets have to stay away from Marcus Peters, he leads the Chiefs with three interceptions and has performed at a very high level. The Jets will have to target their second cornerback Terrance Mitchell and Phillip Gaines who have been bullied by opposing quarterbacks this season and they don’t have their safety Eric Berry. Robby Anderson has recorded a touchdown in the passed five games but will be covered by Peters, so Jermaine Kearse, Chad Hansen, and ArDarius Stewart will look to carry the load.