Chiefs' Marcus Peters tosses flag into stands in loss to Jets

Chiefs' maddening loss to Jets a metaphor for Kansas City's collapse

Chiefs' maddening loss to Jets a metaphor for Kansas City's collapse

The Jets have blown some fourth-quarter leads in spectacular fashion, but nothing compares to the meltdown the Chiefs had this afternoon.

McCown and the Gang Green offense responded to Hill's score with a 76-yard drive, capped off by the 38-year-old quarterback's second rushing touchdown of the day.

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.

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In last week's loss to the Panthers, the Jets had a first and goal at the one yard line. Lee has been at his best playing downhill as a pass rusher.

Peters' actions came after the Chiefs were called for defensive holding on a two-point conversion attempt by the New York Jets.

The Kansas City Chiefs didn't change quarterbacks on Sunday from Alex Smith to Patrick Mahomes. The Jets converted two on their second try thanks to a pitch to Elijah McGuire. It was Hill's third game this season with at least 125 receiving yards. The receiver set career highs in receptions (nine) and yards (157) on Sunday. It took him less than five minutes to throw two touchdown passes, or one more than he'd thrown in the last two games combined.

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