The Kansas City Chiefs are unraveling right before our eyes.
Kansas City had multiple penalties to keep the New York Jets’ drive alive late in the fourth quarter.
Up 31-30, the Chiefs were called for an unnecessary roughness penalty on a New York field goal attempt which extended the drive.
Jets quarterback Josh McCown went on to score a touchdown on a quarterback sneak. Then things got messy.
New York went for a two-point conversion up five points. McCown’s pass fell incomplete, however Chiefs cornerback Steven Nelson was called for defensive holding on the play. Frustrated with the recent turn of events, Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters tossed the yellow flag into the stands and immediately headed for the showers. The refs called a penalty on Peters for throwing the NFL souvenir into the stand.
Peters exited the game on his own accord. Meanwhile, the Jets were successful on their next two-point conversion attempt to push the score to 38-31. The only thing was the Chiefs corner was not ejected. Minutes later, Peters rush back out onto the field from the locker room without socks.
It didn’t matter for the Chiefs, though. Kansas City was unable to tie the game on a late drive. The Chiefs went onto lose their fourth-straight game, 38-31, to fall to 6-6.
Marcus Peters tossed the officials flag in the crowd pic.twitter.com/6n8zE1AfUD
— uSTADIUM (@uSTADIUM) December 3, 2017
Marcus Peters brings joy to the kids. pic.twitter.com/p8tuwD4VWl
— Mike Welch (@RealMikeWelch) December 3, 2017