Chiefs vs. Jets: Marcus Peters leaves game in fourth quarter

Chiefs vs. Jets: Marcus Peters leaves game in fourth quarter

The improvement may stem from Chiefs coach Andy Reid ceding his play-calling responsibilities to offensive coordinator Matt Nagy. He threw for more than 300 yards, and had a 70-yard scramble in the second quarter to set up a field goal.

On the retry, the Jets converted to take a seven-point lead, while Peters got an unsportsmanlike conduct flag for his actions.

"It's big, good to win one", Jets coach Todd Bowles said. Tyreek Hill, meanwhile, has had more than 68 yards receiving just once in his last eight games.

Time and again, the Chiefs made Jets quarterback Josh McCown look like Joe Namath in his prime. Peters was not ejected, but thought he was and headed straight to the locker room - before returning later without his socks. ESPN's analytics department gives Kansas City a 66 percent chance of doing so despite its ongoing struggles.

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After the Jets went three-and-out on their first possession, Hill returned a punt 23 yards to the Jets' 36-yard line, and on the next play, Smith found Kelce wide open after blowing by Jets rookie safety Marcus Maye for another touchdown to make it 14-0 less than five minutes into the game.

The Jets were forced to kick a field goal from the 7-yard line after Bilal Powell was dropped short of the end zone.

It was the Chiefs' longest run of the season, but not the best ever by a Kansas City quarterback.

NY linebacker Darron Lee was a surprise inactive, which Bowles said was a coach's decision. Defensive tackle Muhammad Wilkerson missed nearly the first quarter for being late to a team meeting.

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