Marcus Peters tosses referee's flag into stands


Later, cornerback Marcus Peters, frustrated after seeing penalty flags fly in after the Jets' two-point try, picked up one of the yellow flags and flung it into the stands.

Quarterback Alex Smith and the Chiefs offense at times were rolling again in Kansas City's loss to the New York Jets.

The secondary got beat for a 79-yard touchdown pass from Smith to WR Tyreek Hill. McCown completed 26 of 36 passes for 331 yards and a touchdown, to go along with 21 yards rushing and his two touchdowns.

With that, we give you our PFF-exclusive takeaways from the contest for each team. 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.

McCown scored on a 1-yard sneak just before the two minute warning.

At that point, the Chiefs led 14-0 only five minutes into the game, but the Jets would respond as they began to attack the Chiefs' toothless defense.

After two running plays, McCown threw incomplete - but Steven Nelson was penalized for defensive holding, making it first-and-goal from the 2. The Chiefs led by two scores and had ran just six plays on offense.

The team had 5 penalties for 40 yards. That positioning allowed NY (5-7) to score the game-sealing touchdown.

After it initially appeared the refs ejected Peters from the game, the corner nonchalantly walked off the field himself.

The Jets carried a 27-24 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Jets were forced to kick a field goal from the 7-yard line after Bilal Powell was dropped short of the end zone.