Chiefs Giants Week 11 score, highlights, more

Chiefs Giants Week 11 score, highlights, more

Chiefs Giants Week 11 score, highlights, more

The Giants lead the all-time series with the Chiefs 10-3 (6-0 at home), but Kansas City won their last meeting in 2013 by a score of 31-7. They needed to line up and beat the Giants at the point of attack, but it appeared the Chiefs didn't trust their offensive line and tried to scheme their way to a victory. He was ruled down but it appeared that cornerback Phillip Gaines, flagged for interference on the play, never touched him after Lewis caught the ball. "And again that's a direct reflection on me so I've got to make sure I do my job there".

Alex Smith was off-target most of the afternoon at blustery MetLife Stadium. The Giants, meanwhile, are 10-point home underdogs versus the Chiefs after the number hit the board at 13.

However, they struggled to get much else going on offense, as Smith, who finished 27 of 40 for 230 yards and no touchdowns, struggled to get into a rhythm.

Reid put the blame squarely on his shoulders.

"Does he have a couple of throws he'd like to have back?"

"There's certainly times when you look on tape and the smallest little thing, you could've turned into a huge play. We've all got a piece of that thing". Center Mitch Morse told the Chiefs radio network everyone on the team must critique their own performance.

As Jenkins said Thursday, when the criticism was brought up and his effort was questioned, the 49ers game was just an off day for him. "There's just no excuse".

"I thought Coach Sully [offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan] called an aggressive game in overtime", Manning said. "We just came out and played good in all three phases of the game".

The team's lone bright spot belong to kicker Harrison Butker. Rosas knocked in a short field goal to give the Giants a 9-6 lead with 1:38 left in the game. That extended his streak of successful field goals to 22, tying the franchise record shared by Pete Stoyanovich and Ryan Succop.

Many of us laughed or joked about how the Chiefs were getting a second bye week with this game and yet here we are, wanting to rip our hair out and scream at our televisions. Steve Spagnuolo's unit limited the Chiefs to 3 of 11 on third down. "This locker room has that characteristic and it will be no more tested than right now". The coach that everyone raves about being one of the best coaches in history continues to make the same mistakes when calling the shots. When you are playing one of the worst teams in the National Football League and the wind has been a huge factor in a game that renders deep passes inaccurate, why are you having your tight end throw deep down the field! "We could smell it, we could taste it, it was there for us and we went and got it".

If the Chiefs don't get back to being aggressive and creative in ways we saw in the early part of the season, this will be another good regular season, that could have been a dominant one, that will end with a first-round loss in the playoffs.

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