MNF Highlights: Chiefs beat Redskins on late field goal

10/03/2017

KANSAS CITY, MO – The 1972 Miami Dolphins will have to keep the champagne on ice for at least one more week as the Kansas City Chiefs remained the final unbeaten team in the NFL with a 29-20 win over the Washington Redskins on Monday night.

Chiefs rookie kicker Harrison Butker was the hero, hitting the go-ahead 43-yard field goal with :04 remaining. Kansas City added a defensive score on the final play of the game when Justin Houston picked up a Washington fumble and took it into the end zone.

Kevin Harlan and Kurt Warner called the action on Westwood One.

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