With a 29-20 victory over Washington Redskins, Kansas City Chiefs have proved that they are the NFL’s only undefeated team. It was Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker who played a major role in getting victory. He hit a 43-yard field goal in the last eight seconds.
There is another person also who helped the Kansas City in winning the match over Washington i.e. linebacker Justin Houston, who scored a touchdown on a fumble return. The Chiefs went through many difficult phases en route but found a way to beat its rivals.
This quality will aid them in playing well in their next match against Texans, to be held on 9 October at NGR stadium, Houston in Texas. Travis Kelce, the Chiefs tight end, who had a 17-yard touchdown and 111 receiving yards, said, “It’s a testament to this team the way we won,”.
Kelce added, “We handled adversity very well. It lets everybody in the league know that we finish. It’s a gut check once you get into the fourth quarter. It’s something we pride ourselves in.”. Although Washington obtained the early 10-0 lead, but Kansas City ruled much of the remaining game.
Chiefs held possession for more than half an hour during the final 3 quarters of regulation. However, Washington managed to tie the game. Kirk Cousins, the quarterback of Washington, scrambled for 33 yards to lead the team. After that, Josh Doctson, the Redskins wide receiver, dropped a perfect pass from Kirk in the end zone to give the team another lead.
After Redskins tied the game with 20-20, Butker made the biggest goal of his life. We wish congratulations to the KC Chiefs and hope that the next match would be as interesting as this one.