The Chiefs went down 38-31 to the Jets on Sunday afternoon for their sixth loss in the last seven games and they gave up the final 17 of those points without any help from cornerback Darrelle Revis. Kansas City signed Revis just before Thanksgiving and he made his debut against his former team this week. Revis was on the field a lot in the first half and didn’t look particularly good, which seemed to be the reason why he didn’t play any snaps in the second half of the game. Chiefs coach Andy Reid said after the game that the reason Revis was on the bench was not because of how he played, but because of how much he played. Reid said Revis played 39 snaps in the first half and that he wanted to ease him back into the flow after not playing in the first 12 weeks of the season.
Andy Reid: Darrelle Revis didn’t play in second half because he played a lot in first half
Pro Football Talk | Dec 3