Chiefs Jets Week 13 score, highlights

  • Chiefs Jets Week 13 score, highlights

Chiefs Jets Week 13 score, highlights

Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters lost his cool late in the fourth quarter and threw an official's yellow flag into the stands.

"Most officials become attached to their flag", former National Football League referee Mike Carey told Sam Farmer earlier this season.

Still it wasn't enough.

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill caught 6-of-9 targets for 185 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Chiefs' 38-31 loss to the New York Jets.

At 6-6, their games don't get any more critical than the next two, both at home against AFC West opponents.

Peters did not end up playing another meaningful snap, as the Chiefs' subsequent drive stalled in the red zone and the Jets held on to win the game, 38-31. After McCown's go-ahead touchdown, the Chiefs drove down to the Jets' 19-yard line. A few plays later, the Chiefs committed a holding penalty, giving the Jets another fresh set of downs.

They changed their offensive playcaller from coach Andy Reid to coordinator Matt Nagy.

Less than two minutes later, Smith and Kelce hooked up again for a 36-yard score to build an early two-possession lead. Kansas City's secondary has had a rough day in general as Josh McCown has continued an efficient season for the Jets with 208 passing yards and a touchdown. The Chiefs generally script those plays well before kickoff; they are not selected in the moment.