Marcus Peters chucks penalty flag into the crowd

In frustration, cornerback Marcus Peters - dead serious - picked up the flag and threw into the stands.

Despite an outstanding performance from quarterback Alex Smith (366 passing yards, four touchdowns), the Kansas City Chiefs dropped their road contest with the New York Jets, 38-31.

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

McCown passed for 331 yards on the day with three combined touchdowns to pace the Jets as they delivered the Chiefs a sixth loss in their last seven games.

With that, we give you our PFF-exclusive takeaways from the contest for each team.

Lee, a second-year linebacker, has been a focal point in the Jets' defense and played well after struggling early in the season.

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The Chiefs (6-6) were keen to prove that they are still challengers for the AFC West and wasted no time getting on the scoreboard, embarking on a five-play, 75-yard opening touchdown drive in just 2:38. But Smith promptly went back to Hill, who had a few steps on a corner on a post route and hauled in a 40-yard score to put the Chiefs ahead 31-30.

After this point, Peters left the field and originally it was believed that officials had tossed him from the game.

Making matters even more odd is that Peters walked off the field in disgust despite not actually being ejected.

The Jets carried a 27-24 lead into the fourth quarter. On the Jets' 10th snap inside the 10-yard line (!), they finally scored.

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

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