The Kansas City Chiefs played a sloppy first half against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 2 but entered halftime with a one-point lead to show for their efforts. The only score they managed was a goal-to-go touchdown pass from Patrick Mahomes to second-year wide receiver Skyy Moore.
Though this play was certainly a bright spot for Chiefs fans who needed something to cheer for, Kansas City’s first-half performance was hard to watch. Moore’s involvement in the team’s offensive game plan is a good sign after his poor showing against the Detroit Lions last week, and his continued use could be a boon for the Chiefs if he can make another grab like this in the second half.
Mahomes needed the score to bounce back from an interception he threw earlier in the matchup on an overambitious deep ball that failed to find its intended receiver. With any luck, Kansas City will be able to get back into the end zone in the third quarter, when they receive the opening kick to begin the second half.