Watch highlights from the Kansas City Chiefs’ 31-13 win over Washington

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The Chiefs got back to .500 on Sunday and looked like the team that won two straight AFC Championship Games.

After turning the ball over three times in a sluggish first half, the Chiefs turned things around and beat Washington 31-13 at FedExField.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes completed 32 of 47 passes with 397 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Travis Kelce caught eight passes for 99 yards, while receiver Tyreek Hill had nine receptions for 76 yards and a touchdown.

Meanwhile, Washington had just 76 total yards in the second half.

Here are highlights from the game (if the video doesn’t play, click this link).

If you are only interested in the Chiefs touchdowns, here you go, starting with Darrel Williams’ 2-yard touchdown run in the first quarter.

Hill caught this 2-yard pass from Mahomes in the third quarter to give the Chiefs a 17-13 advantage.

Williams had a 3-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter:

Demarcus Robinson’s 24-yard touchdown reception finished the scoring:

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