Kansas City Chiefs secured a 31-17 win against the Las Vegas Raiders, bouncing back from previous setbacks.
The Chiefs' defense, often praised this season, played a crucial role by preventing the Raiders from scoring any touchdowns in the second half.
Defensive tackle Chris Jones expressed unwavering support for the Chiefs' offense, emphasizing their potential for improvement despite early-season challenges.
Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and rookie Rashee Rice led the Chiefs' offense to outscore the Raiders 31-3 after initially falling behind 14-0.
The key offensive players' efficient performance made it easier for the defense to refocus and limit the Raiders to only a field goal in the second half.
Chris Jones highlighted the team's belief in the young offensive players, expressing confidence that they would step up and contribute to the team's success.
Jones reminisced about the team's history of high-scoring games, with Mahomes averaging 30 points per game and Kelce making significant yardage.
Despite a less-than-ideal start to the season, Jones expressed optimism that the offense would find its rhythm and return to their high-scoring ways.
Rashee Rice, a rookie, played a notable role in the Chiefs' offensive success, contributing to the team's turnaround in the game against the Raiders.
Jones reiterated the team's unwavering confidence in the offense, emphasizing that they can score at any moment, and it's just a matter of finding their rhythm.