Raiders don't expect Chiefs to change without Peters

Raiders don't expect Chiefs to change without Peters

Chiefs coach Andy Reid has declined to discuss specifics about the exact reason he made a decision to suspend Marcus Peters for one game following the team's 38-31 loss to the New York Jets on Sunday.

According to multiple sources, the Chiefs have suspended Peters for one game because of his actions during the team's 38-31 loss to the New York Jets in Week 13. Now the Chiefs will have to rely on a rotation of underwhelming cornerbacks like Kenneth Acker, Phillip Gaines, Terrance Mitchell and Steven Nelson to do the job Peters would normally do as well as man the station opposite him on the outside.

This year has been an up and down year for Peters, but his recent tantrum where he threw a penalty flag into the stands was enough for Andy Reid to suspend him this week.

Thinking he had been ejected for the stunt, Peters headed to the locker room but in reality hadn't been tossed.

Both of those games came at the Coliseum.

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"I wouldn't say that, I wouldn't tell you who it is going to be anyways", Sutton said. The school dismissed Peters later in the season for disciplinary issues. There have been multiple times this season when Peters has cost the team yards based on his inability to keep his emotions in check. "It just depends on how they roll the coverages".

Quarterback Alex Smith said he officially learned of the Wednesday morning. "It is a tough situation". Since taking over as the team's Offensive Coordinator two weeks ago, Bill Musgrave has been unable to find a cure for whatever's plaguing his unit. "Those guys do it all together, the entire staff and certainly Coach (Reid) is a huge part as far as game-planning and play-calling". We have a good locker room; we have a mature locker room. As much as we work hard and love to compete and be out there with our brothers, I know it just was hurting him because he just likes to be out there. Those guys will handle it the right way.

Smith believes that the team stands ready to move on this week against the Raiders without Peters.

"You like to think as a coach you bring that intensity every week but I think guys that you're playing twice a year and you know a little bit better, there's a little bit of natural tenancy to ratchet it up", Del Rio said. "I think they understand it". "We still have to go out there and execute our game plan". To go back and forth on all this stuff on this point is pointless.

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