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Jets lose to Chiefs, 49ers, 49er 27-20

New York Jets quarterback Jacoby Brissett (33) throws a pass during the first half of an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, Sept. 28, 2019, in Kansas City, Mo.

The Chiefs won 26-19.

(AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez) New York’s offense was sloppy and sloppy Sunday.

The Jets were unable to get out of the first quarter and finished with 28 yards rushing, three first downs and three turnovers.

New York was unable to create much offense on offense and struggled to get off the field.

They lost their second straight game and will be without starting quarterback Jacob Brissette (33).

New York will be missing rookie left guard Alex Balducci (hamstring) and center Matt Kalil (groin).

The Jets’ offensive line has been a major question mark.

After starting with five straight games without a sack or turnover, the Jets had eight sacks and 11 turnovers in that span.

The last time the Jets lost consecutive games to Kansas City was Dec. 21, 2016.

They are 0-2 in those games.

In the first game after Brissetts return, the Chiefs will be looking to bounce back after their bye week.

The Jaguars will be trying to avoid their first 0-4 start since 2000.

In their last two games, they lost by 30 points and 30-0.

Jacksonville will look to bounce-back against the Jets.

They beat the Jets in Kansas, 30-14, on Sunday.

In Week 1, the Jaguars allowed a season-high 45 points to the Eagles.

That was the most points the Jaguars have allowed in any game this season.

The Titans have scored fewer than 100 points in each of their past three games.

Jacksonville had the league’s most offensive yards in Week 2.

The Lions will look for their third win in four games in Tennessee.

Detroit had five of its past six losses in Tennessee before beating the Titans 30-16.

They have now won seven of eight meetings with the Titans.

The Tigers have scored 28 points or less in five of their last six games against the Titans, including a 34-0 victory at Nissan Stadium on Sept. 29.

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