Marcus Peters Suspended For Week 14 Matchup Against Oakland Raiders

Marcus Peters Suspended For Week 14 Matchup Against Oakland Raiders

Marcus Peters Suspended For Week 14 Matchup Against Oakland Raiders

The Chiefs have lost six of their last seven games after getting off to a 5-0 start, so Peters is nearly certainly not the only player who is frustrated. Peters will also be spending the week thinking about his action as he will not be allowed to practice. Late in the game, Steve Nelson was penalized for holding, a call Peters obviously took opposition to.

The playcalling switch has paid immediate dividends as Smith has thrown touchdown passes on each of the Chiefs' first two drives in the first quarter Sunday with both scoring passes going to star tight end Travis Kelce. The ensuing skirmish featured a odd turn of events when Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch ran in from the sidelines to "defend Peters".

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The frustration turned back toward the field against the Jets, the Chiefs sixth lost in the last seven games. After the penalty, Peters left the field and headed into the locker room (he wasn't ejected).

Reid made the announcement in a news conference Wednesday. What changed or led Reid to this decision is not clear, but it is obvious that the Chiefs have an identity problem - especially on defense. They find themselves in a thick AFC West race now with the Raiders and Los Angeles Chargers and have to beat the Raiders to avoid falling below.500 and slipping out of first place in the division.

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