Kirk Cousins is finally getting a second chance to show what he can do in front of Kansas City Chiefs fans. The first time around was, to be honest, less than impressive.
On Monday Night Football, the Washington Redskins starting quarterback will get a shot at a better performance in his second career game against the Chiefs. On that night, back in 2013, Cousins suffered a miserable 45-10 loss and looked poor backing up then-starter Robert Griffin III. Cousins finished the night with only 7 completions on 16 passes for only 59 passing yards. He failed to throw an interception but he also never hit the end zone, and he finished the night with a 53.