Rapper Lil Jon performed at the Kansas City Chiefs vs Jacksonville Jaguars playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium on Saturday. 


The Kansas City Chiefs lead the Jacksonville Jaguars 17-10 at halftime of their AFC divisional round game. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who started the game 12 of 15 for 84 yards and a touchdown, left with an ankle injury he suffered when he was rolled up on from behind by Jaguars defensive lineman Arden Key. The quarterback first stayed on the field while noticeably limping, but after finishing out the drive on which the injury occurred. He was sent to the locker room for further evaluation with the Chiefs’ training staff.

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Previously, Jones performed at NRG Stadium in the 2016 postseason when the Texans hosted the Chiefs. Kansas City dominated in that game, winning 30-0.

The Atlanta-born rapper-producer is celebrating a birthday this week, having turned 52 on Tuesday.

In the NFL divisional round games, the top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs defeated fourth-seeded Jacksonville Jaguars, 27-20, in the first postseason matchup between these two teams.

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After exiting briefly with an apparent high-ankle sprain, quarterback Patrick Mahomes reentered the game to start the second half and lead his team to their fifth consecutive AFC Championship Game appearance. He becomes the first quarterback in NFL history to lead his team to five conference championship games before turning 30 years old, while the Chiefs will become the third team to make five consecutive conference championship games, matching the Oakland Raiders from the 1970s and the 2011-18 New England Patriots.

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Kelce led all the tight ends this season in receptions (110), receiving yards (1,338), and receiving touchdowns (12). The Jaguars allowed the third-most receiving yards (1,087), third-most yards per reception (13.1), and the fifth-most yards after the catch per reception to tight ends this season.