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2-1, 2nd in AFC West
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Despite win, Chiefs lament missed offensive opportunities (1:00)
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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Even after a victory, the Chiefs are lamenting many missed offensive opportunities.

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Week 4 Preview, Fantasy Play & Pick'em

Chiefs NFL Nation reporter Adam Teicher and Steelers NFL Nation reporter Jeremy Fowler preview the Week 4 matchup, discuss their top potential fantasy play and make their game predictions.

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Chiefs slip a spot in rankings

Yes, Kansas City won convincingly over New York, but we still don't know who the Chiefs are. With three teams continuing to move up the board, the Chiefs dropped a spot. Power Rankings

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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs looking for a defensive repeat this week ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher said Kansas City will need another big defensive performance on Sunday night against the Steelers in Pittsburgh.

Scott T. Miller ESPN.com 

Chiefs CB Marcus Peters has 12 interceptions in his first 19 regular season games. A product of being targeted a lot? Sure, but keep in mind: Since the merger, no one else has had more than SEVEN picks in the first 19 games of his career.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

"There's a chance he'll be out there this week." -- Andy Reid on whether Jamaal Charles will play on Sunday night against the Steelers.

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Ryan Fitzpatrick's no good, very bad day

The Chiefs' D caught two more of Fitzpatrick's passes than Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker combined on Sunday, taking one back for a TD. K.C. nearly had more INT return yards than Marshall and Decker had receiving yards.

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How good is the Chiefs' defense?

The good news: K.C. has allowed one TD in the last 10 quarters and has thrived in the red zone. The bad news: The pass rush is lacking, and the Chiefs don't get to play Ryan Fitzpatrick again. Barnwell: Stacking the best defenses

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Matthew Berry's fantasy world turned upside down (1:52)
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Peters leads the way for Chiefs (0:39)
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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Peters leads the Chiefs' pick party ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher says the team's six-interception performance against the New York Jets started where things always begin for the Kansas City defense, with cornerback Marcus Peters.

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Bowles in foul mood, Fitzpatrick not dwelling after loss (0:33)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs CB Marcus Peters is always around the ball. That's his second interception of the day. But it's also another forced red zone throw (and interception) from Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick. New York continues to leave points on the field and still trail 17-3 in the fourth quarter.

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Jets fumble on kick return results in Chiefs TD (0:23)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Poor red zone series from Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Jets QB forced a couple throws into tight windows and Chiefs safety Eric Berry came up with an end zone interception. The Jets left points on the field and still trail 17-3 in the third quarter.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

The Jets were just the beneficiary of this random NFL rule. Chiefs running back Spencer Ware was ruled to have fumbled before the ball broke the plane of the end zone, ultimately ending in a touchback. The Jets got the ball at the 20-yard line.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Spencer Ware lost a fumble for the second straight game after not losing one during his college or NFL career up to that point. This was was costly. The Chiefs were ahead 17-3 and were about to score another touchdown when the ball slipped from his grasp and went out of the end zone for a touchback.

Team Stats

Passing Yards241.022nd
Rushing Yards91.321st
Points For23.017th
Points Against16.36th

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