Today's Jaguars vs Chiefs live stream will see if Mahomes and company are ready to start another run to the Super Bowl, while Trevor Lawrence and the Jags are looking to continue their incredible turnaround season.
The AFC’s top seeded Chiefs play host to the fourth-seeded Jaguars in this NFL live stream! And it looks like there's a chance of wintry weather!
In 1999, a 40-year-old quarterbacks coach for the Green Bay Packers interviewed for the head coaching job of the Philadelphia Eagles. He got the job and brought along Green Bay’s back-up QB with him to help implement a West Coast offense. The head coach was Andy Reid and the quarterback he brought with him was Doug Pederson. The two would go on to be linked for the next 23 years. Pederson coached under Reid in Philly and Kansas City, before leaving to become a head coach in where else, Philadelphia. Now in Jacksonville, Pederson will stand across the field from his mentor for their first head-to-head playoff matchup.
The Jaguars will go into Arrowhead riding a high after their incredible come-from-behind win over the Chargers in the Wild Card round. The Jags trailed 27-0 with under 4:00 remaining in the first half, when they took advantage of short field and found the end zone for their first score of the game. They would go on to outscore L.A. 31-3 the rest of the way including a game winning 36-yard field goal by Riley Patterson as time expired. It was Jacksonville’s first playoff win in five years.
In the win second-year quarterback Trevor Lawrence was able to overcome four first-half interceptions to throw four touchdowns to four different receivers. The offense was also boosted by running back Travis Etienne Jr. who carried the ball 20 times for 109 yards.
This game will mark the second meeting between these two teams this season. The Chiefs won a Week 10 matchup 27-17 in Kansas City. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes had one of his best games of the year against this Jaguars’ defense, throwing for 331 yards with four touchdowns for a 129.6 passer rating. It was Mahomes’ third-best rating of the season.
You can add 2022 to the resume of Mahomes who had another remarkable year. The season began with questions about how the Chiefs’ offense would look without Tyreek Hill following a trade that sent the all-pro wide receiver to Miami. Those questions were answer with a resounding “no problem.” Mahomes led the Chiefs to the best passing attack in the NFL averaging 413 yards-per-game while he threw for a career and league-high 5,250 yards and 41 touchdowns.
Without Hill, tight end Travis Kelce stepped up setting new career highs with 152 receptions and 12 touchdowns.
The Action Network has the Chiefs up to a 9.5-point favorite against the Jaguars, with a -118 moneyline. Temperature is expected to be 28 degrees with a wintry mix.
Jaguars vs Chiefs inactives:
Jaguars: Kendrick Pryor (WR), Montaric Brown (CB), Gregory Junior (CB), De’Shaan Dixon (OLB), Jeremiah Ledbetter (DL)
Chiefs: Shane Buechele (QB), Mecole Hardman (WR), Joshua Kaindoh (DE), Austin Reiter (C), Darian Kinnard (T), Marcus Kemp (WR), Malik Herring (DE)
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Jaguars vs Chiefs live streams in the US
The game starts at 4:30 p.m. ET / 7:30 p.m. PT today (Jan. 21)
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The Jaguars vs Chiefs live stream starts at 9:30 p.m. GMT tonight.
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