Originally written on Fox Sports Florida  |  Last updated 11/18/14

PHILADELPHIA - NOVEMBER 08: Head coach Andy Reid of the Philadelphia Eagles coaches against the Dallas Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field on November 8, 2009 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Andy Reid era opened with a resounding victory. Gus Bradley's tenure started with a lopsided loss. It was about what everyone expected from two teams that finished 2-14 last season. Alex Smith threw two early touchdown passes, Kansas City's defense dominated all day and the Chiefs handled the Jacksonville Jaguars 28-2 on Sunday. Jamaal Charles ran for 77 yards and a touchdown before leaving the game with a quadriceps injury, but that was about the only negative for the Chiefs. Jacksonville advanced past its own 36-yard line just once, a stunning display of offensive futility for the rebuilding franchise. The Jaguars finished with 178 yards, but for most of the game, challenged the team low of 117 yards set last year against Houston. It wasn't even close to the start Bradley wanted, but it was a clear indication of how far the team has to go. The most telling sign for Jacksonville: Bryan Anger set a franchise record with 11 punts. Gabbert complet...
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  • Beating the Jags should not be considered a measuring stick for anything positive. Look for Gabbert to soon be back in MO.
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