According to Trent McDuffie, the Chiefs' defence will unite for Week 1.

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Inflicting a 24-14 loss on the Washington Commanders in Arrowhead Stadium on Saturday, the Kansas City Chiefs earned their first win of the preseason.

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The starting lineup could have played the whole first half, according to head coach Andy Reid, but after two possessions, there was no reason to keep them on the field.

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Only two of quarterback Patrick Mahomes' plays resulted in throwing touchdowns to tight end Jody Fortson. The previous MVP finished.

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A quarterback rating of 125.3 was achieved by completing 12 of 19 throws for 162 yards (and those two touchdowns).

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The first-team defence on the other side of the field stopped new Commanders quarterback Carson Wentz and

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the remainder of his starting offensive lineup. The performance of the starting defence in the first two preseason games has been significantly attributed to first-round rookie cornerback Trent McDuffie, despite the numbers not reflecting it.

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When quarterbacks don't even throw your way, as happened in the game on Saturday, it's a positive indicator for a corner.

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While every first-year athlete will undoubtedly experience growing pains, McDuffie declared that he is prepared to get right in.

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