KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars shut down the
Kansas City Chiefs' running game today, winning 17-7.
The Jaguars held the Chiefs to a shocking 10 yards rushing.
Only Brodie Croyle's 13-yard touchdown pass to Samie Parker on
the final play enabled the 2-and-3 Chiefs to avoid their first
shutout at home since 1994.
Larry Johnson was outperformed by the Jaguars' Maurice
Jones-Drew, who finished with 82 yards on nine carries. This
included a 52-yard touchdown run that gave the Jaguars a 10-0 lead
in the second quarter.
Johnson managed only 12 yards on nine carries and three yards on
The 3-and-1 Jaguars haven't allowed more than 48 rushing yards
in any of their last three games, all victories.
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