Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters throws flag into stands


Ultimately, the Chiefs lost to the Jets 38-31 for the sixth loss in seven games after rattling off five straight wins to begin the season. But as Chandler Catanzaro booted the ball through the uprights, Chiefs lineman Bennie Logan hit Jets long snapper Thomas Hennessey and was tagged with a personal foul, giving the Jets new life with a first down. RB Elijah McGuire made the two-point conversion. NY converted 13 of 20 third-down plays, and the Chiefs committed eight penalties. Peters was called for Unsportsmanlike Conduct after taking the referee's red flag and throwing it into the stands.

That lead evaporated in just 16 seconds - the time it took for Hill to race past Jets cornerback Rashard Robinson and catch a 79-yard touchdown pass from Alex Smith to tie the game at 24.

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

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First it was tight end Travis Kelce in the first half. Lee has been at his best playing downhill as a pass rusher.

Meanwhile, Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali, who went to Teaneck, is not on the active roster for the game. But the Chiefs' defense collapsed, allowing nearly 500 yards to the Jets. On third down, Josh McCown snuck it in from a yard out.

In an identical situation to last week, the Jets had a first and goal at the one yard line late in the first quarter.