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The Jets are just giving the Chiefs touchdowns at this point

KC Chiefs tight end Demetrius Harris had one career touchdown coming into this game against the New York Jets. He now has two career touchdowns.

The Chiefs went up 10-0 on the Jets and lined up for the kickoff. Jets return man Jalin Marshall took it on the return and had the ball knocked out by Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman.

The fumble landed perfectly in the hands of Harris, who caught it (an important part of this) and returned it 27 yards for the touchdown.

That it was Sherman who forced the fumble is not a surprise. Sherman led the team a couple years ago in forced fumbles ... as a fullback. That’s where his value is.

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