The Kansas City Chiefs win over the Jacksonville Jaguars was a day filled with many firsts.

What do I mean by that? Well, there were several Chiefs players on Sunday that did something impressive for the first time.

Some of them did something for the first time in their career, and some of them did something for the first time this season. Either way, it was a pretty successful day at the office for the bunch.

The Chiefs did everything right against the Jaguars, especially in the first half. They were able to dominate on both sides of the ball, largely because of how great some individual players played.

It started with Kadarius Toney, the new Chiefs wide receiver. He was acquired at the trade deadline from the New York Giants to help this offense have a bit more speed and athleticism.

He was able to not only get his first touchdown of the year, or as a Chiefs, but also the first touchdown of his career. He did so on a play that left him so open he was able to hop into the end zone on one leg, and not because of a hamstring injury.

Then, it was Marquez Valdes-Scantling who caught his first touchdown as a Chiefs, after being a machine in Green Bay.

Valdes-Scantling has been great for the Chiefs in medium to deep situations, and on his touchdown, he was able to find the end zone after a 17-yard catch.

Noah Gray was next, who had his first touchdown of the year, after having just one touchdown last season. Mahomes found Gray wide-open for the 13-yard touchdown.

He was a vital part of the win last week as he had an incredible catch against the Titans in overtime.

This offense was able to get guys involved in new ways and was firing on all cylinders.

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