NFL Football Recap Week 3, New York Jets Fall against Kansas City Chiefs 24-3, Sunday, September 25, 2016

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jetsNEW YORK JETS chiefsKANSAS CITY CHIEFS
1-2 September 25, 4:25 PM | Grass of Arrowhead Stadium 2-1

When: 4:25 PM ET, Sunday, September 25, 2016
Where: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri

N.Y. Jets at Kansas City, BOXSCORE
Final 1 2 3 4 T
jetsNYJ 0 3 0 0 3
chiefsKC 7 10 0 7 24
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
09/25 4:25 PM
483 jetsN.Y. Jets
484 chiefsKansas City
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NFL WEEK 3 – Sunday, September 25th, New York Jets vs. Kansas City Chiefs.

Team / Live in game Betting at bovada-logo-top-book Spread MoneyLine Total
jetsNY JETS +3 -120 +125 42 -110
chiefsKC CHIEFS -3 +100 -145 42 -110
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New York couldn’t hang with the Chiefs on Sunday as Kansas City blasted the Jets 24-3 in Week 3 action at Arrowhead Stadium.

Kansas City won and also put money in the pockets of their supporters by covering the -3.0-point spread as favorites. Totals bettors, meanwhile, saw the game go UNDER the closing number of 44.5.

Spencer Ware rushed for 75 yards, while Charcandrick West added 3 yards in the win. Travis Kelce and Chris Conley added 89 and 44 receiving yards respectively.

Matt Forte rushed for 65 yards for New York, while Bilal Powell added 30 yards. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 188 yards for the Jets, while receivers Bilal Powell and Quincy Enunwa had 41 and 37 yards respectively.

Kansas City lost the offensive yardage battle to New York 305-293 yards in Sunday’s game. Kansas City had more first downs as that total ended up 18-17.

The time of possession battle favored Kansas City as their offense was on the field for 32:05, longer than the 27:55 of their opponents.

Kansas City heads into a Week 4 battle against the Steelers. New York, meanwhile, will have their next action against Seattle.

KANSAS CITY, Mo — The New York Jets arrived at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday afternoon bearing gifts. The Kansas City Chiefs were only too happy to receive eight turnovers from the visitors that set up all of their points in a 24-3 victory.

Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick threw six interceptions, including three that were grabbed in the end zone, snuffing New York’s best chances to score. The Jets also lost a pair of fumbles in the first half, allowing the Chiefs to jump to a lead they never gave up. Offense, defense and special teams all scored touchdowns for Kansas City.

Kansas City’s first score came when a Fitzpatrick pass was grabbed by cornerback Marcus Peters, who outjumped wide receiver Jalin Marshall for the ball at the New York 35-yard line. Four plays later, quarterback Alex Smith and tight end Travis Kelce connected on a 12-yard touchdown pass.

A second Jets turnover (a fumble by running back Bilal Powell that was recovered by safety Eric Murray) gave the Chiefs possession at their 47-yard line. They drove to the New York 3-yard line but settled for a 27-yard field goal from kicker Cairo Santos.

The third giveaway from the Jets came on the ensuing kickoff, when returner Jalin Marshall coughed up the ball. It flew into the arms of Kansas City tight end Demetrius Harris, who returned the fumble 27 yards for a touchdown and a 17-0 lead.

New York got on the board near the end of the first half with a 28-yard field goal by Nick Folk, cutting the deficit to 17-3 at halftime.

In the third quarter, a Fitzpatrick pass was tipped and caught in the end zone by safety Eric Berry. Moments later, the Jets were back in scoring territory, but this time the Fitzpatrick pass was tipped by wide receiver Quincy Enunwa and caught by Peters in the end zone for his second interception of the day and fourth on the season.

Fitzpatrick’s final three interceptions came in the fourth quarter. Safety Daniel Sorensen picked off a pass, as did linebacker Derrick Johnson, who grabbed Fitzpatrick’s throw and returned it 55 yards to set the 24-3 final. A last-ditch New York attempt to score was grabbed by cornerback D.J. White in the end zone.

Fitzpatrick finished 20 of 44 for 183 yards. Smith completed 25 of 33 passes for 237 yards.

Kelce caught six passes for 89 yards, and Chiefs running back Spencer Ware gained 75 yards on 20 carries.

Jets running back Matt Forte ran 15 times for 65 yards.

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