The last game of week four took place last night, as the Washington Redskins (2-1) took on the last undefeated team in the NFL, the Kansas City Chiefs (3-0). Would Kirk Cousins finally get his first Monday night victory or would Alex Smith and the Chiefs remain perfect through the first quarter of the season?

How the first half of the game went

The Redskins dominated the game earlier on, marching down and scoring on the first drive of the game via a 44-yard pass from Cousins to Terrelle Pryor to take a 7-0 lead. Kansas City then went three-and-out and Washington proceeded to march down the field against but this time settled for a 19-yard field goal.

Both teams then proceeded to trade two punts a piece before the Chiefs offense finally got going. They scored on a 17-yard touchdown pass to Travis Kelce with just under two minutes left. Washington then punted after four plays and the Chiefs drove again before halftime. However, newly acquired rookie kicker Harrison Butker missed a 46-yard field goal, keeping the score 10-7 at halftime.

Chiefs take control in second half

Kansas City opened the third quarter with a 10 play, 78-yard drive that took up 5:40 and ended with a one-yard touchdown run by Alex Smith to take a 14-10 lead.

Washington then responded with a quick 3 play drive that ended with a three-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Grant to retake the lead.

The Chiefs then ended the quarter with a 13 play, 68-yard drive that lasted 7:31 seconds, ending in a 26-yard field goal to tie the game at 17-17 going into the fourth. Washington then punted after five plays, leading to yet another long drive by the Chiefs.

This time it went 14 plays, 66-yards and took up 8:10, ending in a 32-yard field goal to take the lead.

Washington finally responded with a scoring drive as Dustin Hopkins made a 40-yard field goal with 47 seconds left to tie the game at 20-20. Smith then drove the Chiefs 50-yards in 6 plays to get into field goal range. The rookie kicker Butker nailed the 43-yard field goal to take a 23-20 lead with 4 seconds remaining.

The Chiefs kickoff resulted in a touchback, leaving the Redskins the remaining time to try to lateral the ball in hopes of a miracle. This ended with a fumble that Justin Houston returned 13-yards for a touchdown to end the game 29-20.

Notable stats from last night's game

Chiefs rookie sensation Kareem Hunt was once again electric last night.

He had 101 yards rushing on 21 carries and also hauled in 4 catches for 20 yards. Through four games Hunt has 659 yards from scrimmage the second most by a rookie in his first four games. He is only behind Billy Simms, who had 745 for the Lions in 1980.

Chiefs Pro Bowl tight end Travis Kelce hauled in 7 receptions for 111 yards and a touchdown, giving him his 10th career 100-yard game through five seasons. According to ESPN Stats and Info, Chiefs legend and future Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez only did that seven times in his first five seasons.