Jets make Darron Lee inactive for game against Chiefs

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Alex Smith played really well and Hill was the main reason for Smith's big day. Most notably, he had a 70-yard scramble that put the Chiefs' offense in field goal range.

Once again though, the Jets found an answer and took their first lead of the game with 23 seconds to go when McCown hit Matt Forte with an 11-yard touchdown pass. Then it was receiver Tyreek Hill in the second.

The team had 5 penalties for 40 yards.

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The defense gave up a 22-yard touchdown reception to Travis Kelce on the Chiefs' first possession of the game and a 36-yard touchdown reception on the second.

Meanwhile, former All-Pro and Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis, signed to a two-year contract a couple of weeks ago to shore up the position, is active and will be a captain for the Chiefs vs. his old team, per Adam Schefter. Revis made five tackles in the first half, but missed one on Anderson that helped set the Jets up on the 1-yard-line. The Chiefs lost their fourth straight game and sixth in the last seven, 38-31 to the New York Jets. That didn't appear to make much of a difference.

Ex-Jet Darrelle Revis played nearly every snap for the Chiefs in the first half, but spent the second half on the sideline with his helmet off. With the Chiefs now at 6-6, and in danger of falling into a tie with the Oakland Raiders after today's game, the Chiefs are running out of time to fix both their offensive and defensive woes.

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