LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs won for the first time this season when rookie Ryan Succop kicked four field goals, including the go-ahead 46-yarder with 3:36 to play, to beat the Washington Redskins 14-6 Sunday.
The Chiefs (1-5) got their first victory for rookie coach Todd Haley. It was also the franchise's first win since last November and avoided the first 0-6 start in team history.
Succor earlier made field goals from 39 and 46 yards. He also had a 24-yarder in the final minute, and Todd Collins was sacked for a safety on the Redskins' final possession.
The Redskins (2-4) have now lost three games to winless teams. They fell to the Lions in Week 2 and the Panthers last week.
Washington coach Jim Zorn benched quarterback Jason Campbell at halftime and replaced him with Collins.
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