Lee, a second-year linebacker, has been a focal point in the Jets' defense and played well after struggling early in the season.
The defense's inability to contain journeyman quarterback Josh McCown (26 of 36, 331 yards and a touchdown) and receivers Jermaine Kearse (nine catches, 167 yards) and Robby Anderson (eight catches, 107 yards) opened up a middling running game that averaged just 3.4 yards per carry but provided enough balance to be unsafe.
Meanwhile, Darrelle Revis is active and will play for the Chiefs against the Jets. But the Chiefs were called for unnecessary roughness on Catanzaro's attempt, and the Jets received a fresh set of downs. The Chiefs are 1-5 straight up and against the spread in their last six games. The offense focused on getting tight end Travis Kelce into mismatches in coverage, and Smith was able to connect with him on two touchdown passes of 22 and 36 yards. The Chiefs seemed to get a third-down stop after that, but a defensive holding was called.
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Though it appeared Peters had been ejected, CBS reported during its television broadcast that Peters was not, in fact, kicked out of the game and instead walked to the locker room on his own.
Peters' frustration probably wasn't just over the penalties at the end. Elijah McGuire ran it in moments later to convert the 2-point play and make it 38-31.
In the fourth quarter, the Jets gave up a 40-yard touchdown to Hill. In frustration, cornerback Marcus Peters - dead serious - picked up the flag and threw into the stands. On the Jets' 10th snap inside the 10-yard line (!), they finally scored.