Chris Jones is a 28 years old Defensive tackle at Kansas City Chiefs
From 2006 to ’20, the Seattle Seahawks were dominant in week 3, racking up a record of 12-3 SU/11-3-1 ATS – though it should be noted that *14* of the 15 games were played in Seattle. (And o yes, they did lose the one away game, at Tennessee in 2017.)
Also highly successful in week 3 games were the Dallas Cowboys (11-3 SU/9-5 ATS), Indianapolis Colts (11-4 SU/10-5 ATS), Philadelphia Eagles (10-4-1 SU/7-8 ATS) and Kansas City Chiefs (10-4 SU/10-3-1 ATS).
After the regular season, it's fun to compare statistics between teams and players. I scoured statistical databases to highlight some notable Kansas City Chiefs statistics from 2022. They should be considering as the team begins what they hope will be three consecutive postseason victories.
George Karlaftis is impressed with Chris Jones' performance this season. Karlafts believes Jones is the best interior defensive lineman in the NFL. Jones has 13 sacks this year. He is also a great teammate and unselfish player. He has provided Karlatas with advice and instruments that will lead to his own success in football. His top competition annually is Aaron Donald. The only player producing at a level close to Jones this term is Quinnen Williams with the New York Jets. They are preparing for the playoffs. It's important for Karaltas to trust his veterans more.
The Kansas City Chiefs needed a big season from Chris Jones to improve their pass rush. The team cut ties with Justin Houston and traded Dee Ford. Frank Clark failed to live up to his contract. Jones has been the only consistent threat on the defensive line. He's getting a lot of criticism for the pass rusher going silent for long stretches.
The Chiefs beat the Raiders 30-29 in Week 5. Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones was penalized for roughing the passer on a play. Referee Carl Cheffers defended the penalty. He said that the quarterback is protected from being tackled with full body weight. The head referee also explained why Jones had possession of the football before Derek Carr hit the ground. The quarterback gets protection until he can defend himself. It's not relevant that he was tackled. NFL will make the final decision on the fine.
Chris Jones wants the NFL to make the penalty of roughing the passer reviewable. The Chiefs defensive tackle was called for the foul on Monday night. He didn't ask the referee Carl Cheffers to explain the call. The league did it with pass interference a couple of years ago and it didn’t improve officiating.
Micah Parsons is angry with the NFL over the roughing the passer penalty on Chris Jones. Jones was penalized for tackling Derek Carr on Monday Night.
The Chiefs were trailing 17-0 at half time against the Raiders. Kansas City started to rally and Chris Jones sacked Derek Carr. Jones even stripped Carr of the football.