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Chiefs DT Chris Jones Slams “Clown” Hall of Famer in Viral Post

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Early in the second quarter of the Kansas City Chiefs’ 20-17 overtime win over the Tennessee Titans in Week 9, the Titans compiled their first touchdown scoring drive of the game.

Late in that drive, Tennessee faced a 3rd-and-5 from Kansas City’s 8-yard line. Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones went offside that game, instead putting the Kansas City defense in a 3rd-and-1 situation. In the following game, Titans running back Derrick Henry grabbed a straight snap for four yards and a touchdown, giving Tennessee a 7-0 lead with a 10:48 left in the second half.

The penalty against Jones sparked the tight end of the Hall of Famers and FS1’s Shannon Sharpe to take to Twitter and tail Jones.

“Chris Jones will get at least 1 DUMB penalty per GM…at least one,” Sharpe wrote during the Chiefs-Titans game.

Sharpe’s comment was seen by Jones, who took to Twitter after the win to smack Sharpe back.

Commenting on Sharpe’s tweet criticizing the all-pro defensive tackle, Jones wrote, “Shut up clown.”

Sharpe responded to Jones, writing: “You stand half your body over the ball and I’m the clown? Gr8 (team) wins, stay healthy and keep up the good work.”

Other Twitter users responded to Jones’ beef with Sharpe.

“The defense played great, Chris. Don’t worry about any of these guys talking. Heading to Jacksonville,” wrote another Twitter user.

You don’t need this negativity @StoneColdJones! You don’t have to worry until you have as many penalties as Shannon has ugly suits,” wrote another user.

Yo chill @StoneColdJones this is unc You have to show some respect to this man, even if you don’t agree with him… you are wise and one day you will want the youth of the future to do the same to you,” wrote another user.

“Chris Jones is a beast. How many holds did the referees miss tonight!? Many. Be cool Shannon,” wrote another user.

Despite struggling to get points on the board, the Chiefs beat the Titans in overtime in Week 9.

The lead offensive player for Kansas City was quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who threw a career-high 68 passes and completed 43 of them for 446 yards, had 2 total touchdowns (1 rushing, 1 passing) and also threw 1 interception, according to ESPN.

The primary recipients of Mahomes’ high-volume passing attempts were tight end Travis Kelce (10 catches, 106 yards) and receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (10 catches, 88 yards).

Kansas City’s defense was solid in the win despite giving up 115 yards and 2 touchdowns to Derrick Henry. The unit gave Tennessee just 229 yards of total offense and only allowed conversions on 1 of the Titans’ 11 third-down attempts. The Kansas City defense also recorded 4 quarterback hits and 3 sacks against rookie Malik Willis, who started in place of the injured Ryan Tannehill. Two of Kansas City’s sacks came on the final drive of the game.

The Chiefs go into Week 10 with a 6-2 record and remain at the top of the AFC West ahead of the Los Angeles Chargers (5-3), Denver Broncos (3-5) and Las Vegas Raiders (2-6).

Next up on Kansas City’s schedule is Sunday, November 13 at 12:00 p.m. Central Time in Arrowhead against the 3-6 Jacksonville Jaguars.

Kansas City’s defense was solid in the win despite giving up 115 yards and 2 touchdowns to Derrick Henry. The unit gave Tennessee just 229 yards of total offense and only allowed conversions on 1 of the Titans’ 11 third-down attempts. The Kansas City defense also recorded 4 quarterback hits and 3 sacks against rookie Malik Willis, who started in place of the injured Ryan Tannehill. Two of Kansas City’s sacks came on the final drive of the game.

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