The biggest reason the Kansas City Chiefs are the last remaining unbeaten team through the first four weeks of the NFL season is that someone long ago decided games should be 60 minutes.
The Patriots sure wish they lasted 30. Ditto the Redskins.
The Chiefs showed their second-half chops once again on Monday night, rallying from an early 10-point deficit against Washington.
Harrison Butker kicked the go-ahead 43-yard field goal with 8 seconds left, and Justin Houston returned a fumble for a punctuating score on the final play of the game, to cap another remarkable fourth quarter and keep the Chiefs perfect on the season.
"Especially a fourth-quarter game...