McCown, Chiefs' poor discipline lead Jets to wild 38-31 win

Lawrence Cooper
December 4, 2017

Making matters even more unusual is that Peters walked off the field in disgust despite not actually being ejected.

Later, cornerback Marcus Peters, frustrated after seeing penalty flags fly in after the Jets' two-point try, picked up one of the yellow flags and flung it into the stands.

After this point, Peters left the field and originally it was believed that officials had tossed him from the game.

It might have been opposite day at the Meadowlands on Sunday considering it was the New York Jets that managed to pull out a victory in the fourth quarter, a 38-31 triumph over the skidding Kansas City Chiefs in Week 13.

In a major surprise, middle linebacker Darron Lee was listed as one of the Jets' inactives for today's game against the Chiefs.

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Meanwhile, Darrelle Revis is active and will play for the Chiefs against the Jets. Explosive plays, something the offense sorely missed over the past month and a half, came in bunches. And that led to Peters coming back on the field with no tape on his ankles or even socks.

The Chiefs (6-6) were keen to prove that they are still challengers for the AFC West and wasted no time getting on the scoreboard, embarking on a five-play, 75-yard opening touchdown drive in just 2:38.

Hill gained 185 receiving yards in addition to the two scores, both of which set career bests. The second-year player has been up and down versus the run this season and struggled in space against the pass. Kansas City took a quick 14-0 lead in the first quarter, and the slumping team's defense couldn't do anything about it.

Receiver Tyreek Hill sprinted past the Jet defense twice, scoring on touchdown passes of 79 and 40 yards.

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