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    Line: Jets by 11, Over/Under 36.5

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    The Chiefs are 7-5 ATS.
    The Chiefs are 4-2 ATS away.
    The Chiefs are 7-2 ATS as the underdog.
    The Chiefs are 4-2 ATS as an away underdog.

    The Jets are 5-7 ATS.
    The Jets are 3-3 ATS at home.
    The Jets are 4-5 ATS as the favorite.
    The Jets are 3-3 ATS as a home favorite.

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    Matt Cassel

    160-269, 1713 yds, 10 tds

    Rushing
    Jackie Battle

    115 car, 471 yds, 1 td

    Receiving
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    59 rec, 868 yds, 4 tds

    Jets Leaders

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    Mark Sanchez

    229-405, 2678 yd
    s, 19 tds

    Rushing
    Shonn Greene

    183 car, 739 yds, 5 tds

    Receiving
    Dustin Keller

    41 rec, 552 yds, 6 tds

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    The New York Jets don't mind the manner in which they're winning, just as long as the victories keep coming to help bolster their playoff chances.

    The Kansas Chiefs feel the same way.

    The Jets look for their third straight win Sunday when they host the Chiefs, who haven't scored more than 10 points in their last five games.

    New York (7-5) rallied to beat Buffalo 28-24 on Nov. 27, then overcame a three-point deficit with 7:52 remaining last Sunday in Washington to beat the Redskins 34-19 despite gaining only 266 yards.

    After being blown out at home by New England 37-16 on Nov. 13, then allowing a last-minute touchdown in a 17-13 loss to Denver on Nov. 17, the Jets' playoff chances looked bleak.

    Now, New York is in a four-way tie for the AFC's final wild-card spot.

    "We're a team that just wants to win and get in the playoffs and see what happens," coach Rex Ryan said. "Our goal is intact, even though it looked really bad a few weeks ago."

    New York may be playing below its preseason expectations, but Ryan said it is prepared to overcome its midseason struggles and make another postseason run after appearing in back-to-back AFC championship games.

    "This team has plenty of confidence," Ryan said. "We don't lack for confidence, not one bit. We think we can beat any team in this league. Obviously, we've lost five games, so that's not always a fact, but we believe going into every single game that we're going to win. We're capable of beating anybody in this league. We just have to put it together."

    Shonn Greene ran for 88 yards and a career-high three touchdowns in the win over Washington, marking his best game since a 112-yard performance in a win over San Diego on Oct. 23.

    Kansas City ranks 25th in the league against the run, allowing 130.3 yards per game. The Jets figure to have an easier time finding room for Greene if right guard Brandon Moore can play, and Ryan expects he will despite sitting out practice Wednesday with a sore hip.

    While Greene will be facing the Chiefs for the first time, New York will see a familiar face in Kansas City's backfield in Thomas Jones.

    Jones played three seasons in New York and ran for career bests of 1,402 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2009 before being released following that season. Currently part of a backfield-by-committee that's replacing the injured Jamaal Charles, Jones will face his former team for the first time since leaving.

    In his only career contest versus the Jets, Jones ran for 121 yards Nov. 19, 2006, while playing for Chicago.
    "I think the world of Thomas," Ryan said. "Just not this week."

    Jones is part of an inconsistent offense for the Chiefs (5-7), who have scored one more point since the beginning of November than the Jets did in Washington.

    With quarterback Tyler Palko struggling to sustain drives, the onus has been on Kansas City's defense, which didn't disappoint Sunday in Chicago. The Chiefs registered seven sacks and picked off three Caleb Hanie passes, helping Palko's first half-ending Hail Mary TD to Dexter McCluster hold up in a 10-3 win that ended a four-game skid.

    Kansas City is two games behind AFC West co-leaders Denver and Oakland with four games remaining, and is holding onto slim chances to reach the postseason.

    "We're coming on at the right time," coach Todd Haley said. "If we can figure out a way to win -- pretty, ugly or indifferent -- we have a chance."

    Palko's first career touchdown pass didn't come in a conventional manner, but his showing against Chicago was much better than back-to-back three-interception performances in losses to New England and Pittsburgh the previous two weeks.

    Palko, filling in after a season-ending hand injury to Matt Cassel on Nov. 13, was replaced by Kyle Orton after a lackluster start last week, but Orton injured his finger on his only play and Palko returned to the game.
    Orton's status for Sunday is uncertain, but Haley described Orton as a "quick healer."

    Despite Palko's inconsistent play and the team's overall offensive struggles, the Chiefs remain optimistic.

    Kansas City will need help to reach the postseason for a second straight year, and Sunday's contest is almost certainly a must-win.

    The Chiefs host undefeated Green Bay on Dec. 18 and Oakland on Dec. 24 before ending the season at Denver on Jan. 1.

    "We know what happens if we lose," receiver Steve Breaston said. "We have to take one game at a time. I know everybody says that, but that's extremely important with the situation we're in."

    New York has won the last two meetings, including a 28-24 victory Oct. 26, 2008, on a Brett Favre TD pass with a minute remaining.
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    I don't think anything that's what wrong is nearly Smiths Falls we have no offense of line I think the coaches are free to call certain place I think he would absolutely do better with a different office of coordinator

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    Haha, i was just thinking of making one because you hadnt made one yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieChiefsFan View Post
    Haha, i was just thinking of making one because you hadnt made one yet
    LOL. I always make it between midnight and 3:00AM local time because I try to wait for the link to the stream to be posted at FirstRowSports.eu first.
    ***Official Chiefs Crowd Game Thread Starter***

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    I don't think anything that's what wrong is nearly Smiths Falls we have no offense of line I think the coaches are free to call certain place I think he would absolutely do better with a different office of coordinator

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    Quote Originally Posted by TopekaRoy View Post
    LOL. I always make it between midnight and 3:00AM local time because I try to wait for the link to the stream to be posted at FirstRowSports.eu first.
    Cant wait for the game

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    take em apart
    trust but verify
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcvet View Post


    take em apart

    HA! Nice!


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    Go Chiefs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Chiefs.
    SHUT IT

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    take em apart

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    WOW how do you start the game with a timeout good job jets lol

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