"I don't know what to say," Smith said, smiling. "A freaky play."
Just the kind of play that's been going Kansas City's way during a three-game win streak - and the kind that has been going against New York during its eight-game skid.
"I thought it was typical of how this season's gone for us," Ryan said of the bizarre bounce that led to Fasano's touchdown. "That's what I thought."
"My head hit the ground, but it was cool," Vick said. "Initially, I was dinged for a minute. But I respect the NFL rules and the concussion protocol. I went through it. I took all the appropriate steps and I passed all the tests and I came back."
New York actually moved the ball well through gusty conditions, utilizing Percy Harvin in the running and passing games. But the Jets kept misfiring deep in Chiefs territory, settling for a field goal just before halftime and then turning it over on downs at the Kansas City 3 early in the fourth quarter -- Vick was injured on that fourth-down play.
"We had some opportunities and we didn't capitalize on them," said Vick, who will start next Sunday against Pittsburgh. "Whenever that happens, and the other team does capitalize on theirs, you don't finding yourself winning the game."
The Chiefs set the tempo from the opening drive, moving 81 yards in relative ease. Charles was the workhorse, carrying six times and capping the drive with a 1-yard TD plunge.
After the Chiefs forced three-and-out, it took them just seven more plays to score again -- this time on a play that encapsulated the way everything has been going right for Kansas City, and the way everything has been going wrong for New York.
With first-and-goal at the 2-yard line, Smith's pass was knocked down by Pace. But the nice defensive play sent the ball right to Fasano, who caught the inadvertent pass on his rump, rolled over the goal line and gave the Chiefs a stunning - if not humorous - touchdown for a 14-0 lead.
It was just far too little in a game dominated by Kansas City's defense.
NOTES: The Jets had 24 sacks coming into the game. Jason Babin had their only one Sunday with 2 minutes left. ... Houston had a league-leading 10 sacks coming into the game. ... Rookie CB Marcus Williams started for the Jets in place of Darrin Walls (calf). ... New York has not won at Arrowhead Stadium since 1998.
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