Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was 17 for 24 for 321 yards passing and a touchdown as the Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Kansas City Chiefs, 36-21, from Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio Sunday.
The Bengals received the ball first and began with a drive that largely featured Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Green. Dalton was 4 for 4 on the series, hitting Green for 3 receptions and 51 yards. Running back Jeremy Hill finished the effort by running 8 yards for the touchdown and an early 7-0 Bengals lead.
Chiefs kicker Cairo Santos answered with a field goal, but on the ensuing drive, the Bengals struck again with a 16-yard touchdown courtesy of RB Giovani Bernard to make it 14-3 late in the first quarter.
Santos would go onto add three more field goals, including a 51-yarder to make it 14-9 and a 34-yarder late in the second quarter for a 14-12 score at the half.
The Chiefs opened the second half with the ball, but after a stalled drive, Dalton built upon the Bengals lead.
On third-and-11 from Cincinnati's own 45-yard line, Dalton threw a 55-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Tate to extend the lead to 21-12 early in the third quarter.
Santos and the Chiefs responded with a 40-yard field goal to make it 21-15.
A fumble by tight end Travis Kelce gave the Bengals a short field late in the third quarter, and they quickly took advantage by handing the ball off to Hill for his second touchdown of the game.
A successful two-point conversion by the Bengals made it 29-15 headed into the fourth quarter.
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The fourth quarter would see more scoring from both teams. Hill scored his third touchdown of the game and Santos would add two more field goals for a final score of 36-21 Bengals.
Santos' 7 field goals in the game set a Chiefs franchise record.
RB Jamaal Charles and WR Jeremy Maclin had standout offensive games for the Chiefs. Charles rushed 11 times for 75 yards and had 6 receptions for 70 yards receiving. Maclin had 11 receptions for 148 yards receiving.
Linebacker Josh Mauga left the game in the first quarter with a thigh injury and did not return. The 1-3 Chiefs return to Arrowhead Stadium Sunday to face the Chicago Bears at 12:00 p.m. CT.