Most notably, he had a 70-yard scramble that put the Chiefs' offense in field goal range.
The team had 5 penalties for 40 yards. That gave the Jets the ball at the 1 with a new set of downs. The Chiefs failed to rush the passer (zero sacks), stop the run (159 yards on 47 carries) or get off the field on third down (the Jets went 13 for 20 in such situations). Elijah McGuire ran it in moments later to convert the 2-point play and make it 38-31. His performance this week definitely does much to quell the cries for rookie quarterback Patrick Mahomes, however, Smith must continue to build off of his performance this week in order to regain faith from the Chiefs' entire offense. But Kansas City's Bennie Logan was called for a personal foul for hitting long snapper Thomas Hennessy on the play.
After it initially appeared the refs ejected Peters from the game, the corner nonchalantly walked off the field himself.
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The Jets, though, for the most part in the first half played Cover 1 defense, which utilizes man-to-man coverage underneath, with one safety roaming deep in the center of the defensive backfield.
Peters' frustration probably wasn't just over the penalties at the end.
The Jets carried a 27-24 lead into the fourth quarter. In frustration, cornerback Marcus Peters - dead serious - picked up the flag and threw into the stands. Smith's pass sailed incomplete - there wasn't a receiver in the immediate vicinity - ending the comeback bid and cementing yet another loss.