There wasn't much special teams action to review this week.
However, they did play a major part in the final result, as Jalin Marshall coughed up a kick return with the Jets down by 10 and it landed right in the lap of a Chiefs player.
Just like that, a 10-point deficit was 17...
The Jets outgained the Chiefs 237-177 over the remainder of the game, which with just a 10-point deficit likely would have been sufficient to get them back in the game, so it was a major blow to their chances.
As I've been saying since the Jets picked him up, Marshall is a dynamic talent, but can be prone to errors like these. He actually did well on his other returns, although the Jets opted to replace him late in the game and his replacement - Quincy Enunwa, returning his first kick at the NFL level - busted a 54-yard return of his own.
Among those making good blocks to spring these returns were Brandon Bostick and Antonio Allen.
Nick Folk made his only field goal of the day and opted to lay-up both his kick-offs short. The Jets covered these well, with Bruce Carter and Braedon Bowman making good tackles inside the 20. Bowman in particular did well to cut down the return man coming across the field. Punt coverage wasn't quite as good, as Juston Burris missed a tackle, allowing a return out to the 40.
That was one of only two punts on the day for Lachlan Edwards. The other one was a good directional punt, fielded inside the 10.