On Sunday the New York Jets take on the Kansas City Chiefs at MetLife Stadium.

This is the 39th all-time meeting between the Chiefs and New York Jets, including the postseason. The New York Jets trail the series 18-19-1. The New York Jets have lost two straight games against Kansas City entering Sunday, but have won three straight and four of their last five games at home against the Chiefs.

KANSAS CITY STRUGGLING

The Chiefs enter the game on a three-game losing streak and having lost five of their last six after starting the season 5-0. They come to MetLife Stadium in first place in the AFC West, one game ahead of the Oakland Raiders and Los Angeles Chargers.

DEJA-VU ALL OVER AGAIN?

Kansas City is hoping to avoid the fate of the Atlanta Falcons in 2015 and the Minnesota Vikings last season, who started 5-0 and missed the postseason each losing eight of their last 11 games.

CHIEFS OFFENSE HITS THE SKIDS

After averaging 32.8 PPG, 156 rushing yards per game and committed just one turnover in starting the season 5-0, their offense has struggled during the last six games.

Over the last six games, the Chiefs have averaged just 18.0 PPG, 76.3 rushing yards per game and committed seven turnovers.

KAREEM HUNT SLOWING DOWN

After getting off to a historic start in his rookie season, Kareem Hunt has really struggled during the Chiefs last six games.

After averaging 6.3 yards per rush, 121.8 rushing yards per game and four rushing TDs in his first five games, Hunt has averaged just 3.2 yards per rush, 46.8 rushing yards per game and has not scored a rushing TD in the last six games.

JETS STRUGGLING IN AFC EAST

The Jets enter Sunday having lost two straight and five of their last six games after winning three straight games and starting the season 3-2.

At 4-7 they enter play in last place in the AFC East.

JETS STRUGGLING RUNNING THE BALL

After running for 161.7 yards per game from games 2-4, the New York Jets have averaged just 86 rushing yards per game in their last seven games.

JETS DEFENSE STEPPING UP

The Jets defense has allowed an average of 270 yards per game in their last six games. They allowed 354.6 yards per game in their first five games of the season.

Mark Kelly covers the New York Jets for ProFootballSpot.com. You can follow him on twitter @CkmagicSports.  Looking for more Jets news and features? Like our Jets Facebook page and also follow @spot_jets on Twitter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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