Chiefs Return To Winning By Blowing Out Redskins

After 3 trying weeks of putting up with fewer points than their opponent, the Chiefs went to FedEx Field in suburban Washington, D.C. and blasted the struggling Redskins 45-10.

It was an afternoon of snow, sleet and even some rain, but Andy Reid’s team did not let that bother them. They never trailed, scoring 17 points in the first quarter and putting up 31 unanswered points to start the game. By half-time the Redskins of head coach Mike Shanahan and quarterback Robert Griffin III were just looking forward to the end of the game.

With the victory, the Chiefs needed help to assure their spot in the AFC playoffs. But both Baltimore and Miami won. The Chiefs are 10-3, the Ravens and Dolphins are both 7-6. There are 3 games to play. A victory over Oakland this coming Sunday punches their ticket for the playoffs. So would a loss by either Baltimore or Miami.

Here’s our coverage of a victory that gave the Chiefs a 4-0 record against the NFC East this season:

One Response to “Chiefs Return To Winning By Blowing Out Redskins”

  • December 9, 2013  - el cid says:

    Great pic. who knew McCluster was a mudder?

    If there are more bad weather games, he needs to be featured. For the life of me, cannot figure out why a breeze can knock him down during good weather games but was pure stud in wet and snow.

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