With one out and the other benched for a period of time, the Jets were still able to beat the Chiefs, 38-31, in a tight game. "I'm not saying that they shouldn't have been called".
So before you break out your "See, Matt Nagy is better!" takes, remember that Reid still installed the game plan this week and oversaw its creation.
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Also inactive for the Jets are quarterback Christian Hackenberg, corners Robert Nelson and Juston Burris (concussion), linebacker Freddie Bishop, tackle Ben Ijalana and tackle Jonotthan Harrison. The Chiefs then jumped ahead when Tyreek Hill caught his second long touchdown of the day, this one 40 yards from Smith. Revis, who played eight years over two stints with the Jets, started for the Chiefs, but spent the second half on the sideline.
Meanwhile, New York kept its faint playoff hopes alive by snapping a two-game skid and holding on to a fourth-quarter lead.
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After the Jets went three-and-out on their first possession, Hill returned a punt 23 yards to the Jets' 36-yard line, and on the next play, Smith found Kelce wide open after blowing by Jets rookie safety Marcus Maye for another touchdown to make it 14-0 less than five minutes into the game.
The Jets showed some signs of life, though, with Bilal Powell scoring on a 1-yard run.
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After the game, Todd Bowles said it was a "coaching decision" to punish the two. They converted on the second attempt to go up by a touchdown. As of Sunday morning, the Chiefs were receiving just over 60% of the tickets at the betting window.