Chiefs Lose Starting Tackle

The Kansas City Chiefs have dominated the Jacksonville Jaguars so far in Week 10, but it has come at a cost. Starting right tackle Andrew Wylie exited in the first half and was declared out for the remainder of the game by the team in the third quarter. Wylie has been a crucial cog in the Chiefs offense since he joined the team in 2018, starting 50 of his 62 appearances.

Wylie's absence is another hit in what has been an injury-riddled afternoon for the Chiefs. Wide receiver Juju Smith Schuster and cornerback Chris Lammons both had to leave the game in the first half due to concussion protocol. 

Despite the injuries, the Chiefs have thoroughly controlled today's matchup with the Jaguars. They lead 27-10 after three quarters, and Patrick Mahomes has totalled 302 yards and four touchdowns through the air and on the ground.
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