Before the Kansas City Chiefs took to the field on Sunday at MetLife Stadium to play the New York Jets, NFL analyst Chris Mortensen dropped a bit of a bombshell with the news that head coach Andy Reid had made a decision to give offensive playcalling duties to Matt Nagy.
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On Sunday, Peters was penalized for throwing a penalty flag into the stands against the Jets. "That's why he came back out". Against the Jets, Peters let his frustration boil over, picking up a referee's flag and launched it into the crowd. I don't know what was said to him or not said to him. When asked about the situation, Reid stated, "This was something Marcus [Peters] and I discussed". He later returned, but obviously, his behavior irked the Chiefs.
When asked by reporters whether or not the Chiefs would continue with this same arrangement, Reid was non-committal on the future, saying the team would evaluate as they go, like everything else they do. Both teams are 6-6, and the Chiefs have dropped six of their last seven after starting 5-0.
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That is why they deserve [a chance], they have the quality as well in the position that we are looking to try to help the team tomorrow.
During an on-field skirmish with 6:12 to play in the first half and the Chiefs leading 17-14, Lynch raced from the sideline to intervene, getting between Raiders players and Peters. Additionally, the team could turn to Steven Nelson, Terrence Mitchell, Philip Gaines, and Kenneth Acker to help fill the massive void in the secondary on Sunday afternoon.
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