The Kansas City Chiefs (10-3) ended their three-game losing streak with a decisive 45-10 victory on the road against the Washington Redskins (3-10). The Chiefs dominated in just about every facet of the game.
Kansas City took advantage of a very poor Redskins special teams unit by scoring 2 touchdowns on returns, and they rediscovered their pass rush by waylaying Washington quarterbacks for six sacks.
Jamaal Charles and Dexter McCluster both had big games on this snowy, freezing day as the Chiefs took over the game early by scoring 17 first quarter points. After struggling mightily over the past three weeks, they took this game over and never really lost control despite the lousy conditions.
The game completes an unlikely sweep by the Chiefs over the disappointing NFC East. Kansas City went 4-0 against the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, New Giants, and Washington Redskins. The Chiefs outscored the NFC East 119-49.
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