On Sunday's win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid made a bold decision by temporarily benching his right tackle in the midst of an offensive drive.

Jawaan Taylor, the Chiefs' high-priced free agent addition, was flagged for his fourth foul of the game, his second holding call in as many plays.

The head coach stated that he wanted Taylor to just "step back." Taylor is originally from Florida and played with the Jaguars for the first four years of his professional career. 

Prince Tega Wanogho, a fourth-year offensive lineman, came into the game and finished the drive at right tackle.

This is home — and not only home, but also where he played," Reid continued. Just take a few steps back, and we'll send you back into the fray. 

He made many crucial stops down there later in the game. To sum up, he performed a wonderful job.

Even though Taylor had been scrutinized all week for dubious alignments and early hops on the national stage in Week 1.

He finished the game with only one extra penalty, a false start in the fourth quarter.f

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