Chiefs lose fourth straight, falling 38-31 to New York Jets

Chiefs lose fourth straight, falling 38-31 to New York Jets

For the game, the secondary did an adequate job at limiting big plays, but struggled to deflect passes and make tackles in the open field.

Things were different this time around for Gang Green though as McCown was able to direct the Jets on a mammoth 14-play, 75-yard scoring drive to put them up seven with 2:20 left in the game after a successful two-point conversion. Tyreek Hill, meanwhile, has had more than 68 yards receiving just once in his last eight games. "Most guys I know, they have their flag forever".

DE Mo Wilkerson and DE Leonard Williams split a sack and LB Jordan Jenkins got one of his own at the end of the second quarter.

Josh McCown scored the game-winning touchdown, a one-yard rush, with 2:20 left to play to lift NY (5-7) to its first victory since November 2 against the Buffalo Bills. The Chiefs led by two scores and had ran just six plays on offense.

Hali is inactive for Sunday's game against the New York Jets. But that was waived off on a holding penalty against cornerback Steven Nelson, who mugged tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins in the end zone to give the Jets yet another fresh set of down at the Chiefs' 2 with 2:33 left. But Kansas City's Bennie Logan was called for a personal foul for hitting long snapper Thomas Hennessy on the play.

Peters was not ejected, but he simply walked off the field and went into the tunnel. The Jets had blown leads in the fourth quarter of three of their last four losses.

East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Jermaine Kearse (10) celebrates his catch during the second half against the Kansas City Chiefs at MetLife Stadium.

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