Jets tight end Dustin Keller finished the game with 4 catches (out of 5 targets) for 35 yards. His longest reception was for 11 yards. Keller caught two passes and was thrown to three times on the drive which ended in a Mark Sanchez rushing touchdown to give New York a 7-0 lead. Keller's other two receptions came on the Jets last drive of the first quarter.
While Keller didn't make another reception in the game (he still lead the Jets in receptions on Sunday) after the first quarter, he made an impact in the third quarter by drawing a pass interference penalty of 30 yards which set the Jets up at the Chiefs' 4-yard line. Sanchez scored his second rushing touchdown of the game three plays later and the Jets went up 35-3 at that point.