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

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We'll know more after the game.

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.

Peters was not ejected, but he simply walked off the field and went into the tunnel.

After two running plays, McCown threw incomplete - but Steven Nelson was penalized for defensive holding, making it first-and-goal from the 2. 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.

Late in the fourth quarter, however, the temperamental cornerback had a meltdown of epic proportions after being penalized with two minutes left in the game.

The secondary got beat for a 79-yard touchdown pass from Smith to WR Tyreek Hill.

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

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.

Jets LB Darron Lee was a surprise inactive vs. the Chiefs. The official then threw his hat and called a personal-foul penalty on Peters.

Peters' frustration probably wasn't just over the penalties at the end. On the Jets' 10th snap inside the 10-yard line (!), they finally scored. The Chiefs seemed to get a third-down stop after that, but a defensive holding was called.

In the fourth quarter, the Jets gave up a 40-yard touchdown to Hill. Smith's pass sailed incomplete - there wasn't a receiver in the immediate vicinity - ending the comeback bid and cementing yet another loss.

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