Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters throws flag into stands

Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters throws flag into stands

Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters throws flag into stands

But the Chiefs' defense collapsed, allowing nearly 500 yards to the Jets.

It was McCown that delivered the go-ahead score, punching in his second one-yard touchdown rush of the day.

He still had one outsmarting moment (a shovel pass near the goal line), but outside of that, it was a great bounce-back performance for the Jets' first-year OC. He also returned a punt 24 yards in the first half.

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The Jets would go up six with a pair of field goals, but they broke in the fourth as Smith and Hill got together again for another long touchdown, this one a 40-yarder, to go up one with 9:13 remaining. But the Chiefs were called for unnecessary roughness on Catanzaro's attempt, and the Jets received a fresh set of downs. But both came in Kansas City's first 15 snaps. Upset with the call, Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters picked up the flag and chucked it into the stands. The Jets converted two on their second try thanks to a pitch to Elijah McGuire. Robby Anderson added eight catches for 107 yards.

Late in the fourth quarter, however, the temperamental cornerback had a meltdown of epic proportions after being penalized with two minutes left in the game.

The Jets dominated time of possession 42:49 to 17:11.

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