Chiefs Jets Week 13 score, highlights

Sheri Evans
December 4, 2017

Smith helped set up a field goal for the Chiefs when he scrambled out of trouble on second-and-10 from the 14 and took off for a career-best 70 yards late in the second quarter. In a shootout against the Jets they needed just a little bit more magic. Third-down defense was as brutal as watching new Chiefs cornerback Darrelle Revis look like a shell of his former self in one half of action before being mercifully benched in his Kansas City debut. But the Chiefs' defense collapsed, allowing nearly 500 yards to the Jets.

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

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

The Jets would go up six with a pair of field goals, but they broke in the fourth as Smith and Hill got together again for another long touchdown, this one a 40-yarder, to go up one with 9:13 remaining. With a heightened focus on getting Kelce, Hunt, and wide receiver Tyreek Hill the ball, the Chiefs were able to avoid the three-and-out drives that have plagued their offense in recent weeks.

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Chandler Catanzaro kicked a 21-yard field goal to put the Jets (5-7) ahead with 3:55 left. In past collapses, the Jets committed a host of dumb penalties.

The Jets showed some signs of life, though, with Bilal Powell scoring on a 1-yard run. NY converted 13 of 20 third-down plays, and the Chiefs committed eight penalties.

Peters was penalized for throwing a penalty flag into the stands after the Jets' two-point try with 2:15 left in the game. Rookie running back Elijah McGuire then ran in the second attempt to extend the lead to seven points. The Chiefs did get the two early touchdown passes, both to Travis Kelce.

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