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Studs and duds from Jets' surprising win over Chiefs, including Robby Anderson

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Marcus Peters tosses referee's flag into stands

But the Chiefs' defense collapsed, allowing nearly 500 yards to the Jets. Hill's two touchdowns were for 79 and 40 yards respectfully, and both came in the second half. On Sunday, it was the Chiefs who lost their composure down the stretch. But the Chiefs were called for unnecessary roughness on Catanzaro's attempt, and the Jets received a fresh set of downs. Kansas City's secondary has had a rough day in general as Josh McCown has continued an efficient season for the Jets with 208 passing yards and a touchdown.

There was no specific reason that Lee is not playing, but coach Todd Bowles is expected to address the issue during his postgame news conference.

In the end, NY took advantage of its second chance and scored on the two-point try to go up 38-31.

The Chiefs cornerback headed to the locker room with 2:15 remaining in Sunday's game after tossing a penalty flag into the stands at MetLife Stadium. Rookie running back Elijah McGuire then ran in the second attempt to extend the lead to seven points. It was Hill's third game this season with at least 125 receiving yards. Robby Anderson added eight catches for 107 yards. It took him less than five minutes to throw two touchdown passes, or one more than he'd thrown in the last two games combined.

The Jets dominated time of possession 42:49 to 17:11.

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