McCown, Chiefs' poor discipline lead Jets to wild 38-31 win

Tricia Pearson
December 4, 2017

The offense entered the week having struggled when facing Cover 2, a zone defense in which cornerbacks and linebackers cover the lower-to-intermediate routes, while two safeties are responsible for guarding the deep halves of the field.

They just seemingly don't have quite enough magic this season.

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.

Jets LB Darron Lee was a surprise inactive vs. the Chiefs.

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Unfortunately for the Chiefs, that gave the Jets the ball back on a day in which they were essentially unstoppable due to the Chiefs' proclivity for miscues. The Chiefs are 1-5 straight up and against the spread in their last six games. The Chiefs did get the two early touchdown passes, both to Travis Kelce.

Late in the game Bennie Logan was penalized for hitting the snapper on a field goal, giving the Jets a fresh set of downs inside the 10-yard line. Most notably, he had a 70-yard scramble that put the Chiefs' offense in field goal range. But McCown eventually scored from a yard out to take a 36-31 lead. According to oddsmakers from online sports book, the Chiefs are 3-point road favorites to beat the Jets, who opened as 4-point home underdogs.

Peters then walked himself to the locker room, perhaps under the impression he had been ejected, and the Jets were able to successfully convert on their next two-point attempt.

But three plays later, the Chiefs found themselves in a fourth-and-6 at the Jets' 19. Kansas City defensive back Marcus Peters obviously didn't agree.

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