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CHIEFS TRAVEL TO PITTSBURGH TO FACE STEELERS IN PRESEASON PLAY

vs. The Kansas City Chiefs look to earn their fourth-consecutive AFC West Title in 2019 after finishing last season with a 12-4 record. Kansas City earned the number one seed in 2018, advancing to the AFC Championship Game. The club hosted the AFC title game for the first time in team history. The Chiefs defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31-13 in the divisional round, marking Kansas City’s first home playoff win since Jan. 8, 1994. Under Head Coach Andy Reid, the Chiefs have registered five 10-plus win seasons in six years and have qualified for the postseason five times (including four straight seasons). The Chiefs were 7-1 at home last season. KC is 21-2 (.913) against AFC West opponents in the last 23 games and 26-10 (.722) in AFC West play since 2013. Reid earned his 207th career victory (regular and postseason combined) in 2018. He ranks seventh on the NFL’s all-time wins list. Reid is in his seventh season with the club, recording 65 regular season wins with the Chiefs, marking the highest combined win total of any head coach in franchise history in that time frame. KC ranked first in the NFL in scoring last season (third in NFL history) with a franchise-record 565 points (35.3 ppg). The club led the league in yards per play (6.84) and ranked first in the NFL in yards per game (425.6). Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes’ 50 touchdown passes and 52 throws of 25-plus yards led the league in 2018. Mahomes now owns the franchise record for TD passes in a single season, previously held by Hall of Fame QB Len Dawson (30 in 1964). He had a league-best TD/INT differential (+38) and tallied 10 300plus yard passing games last season. TE Travis Kelce ranked second in the NFL in receiving yards for tight ends with 1,336 yards (second-most singleseason receiving yards all-time by a tight end). He has caught a pass in 79 consecutive regular season games and had five 100-yard receiving games in 2018 (17 career). WR Tyreek Hill ranked first in the NFL with 22 catches of 25+ yards and was fourth in the NFL with 12 touchdown receptions. WR Sammy Watkins had 519 yards on 40 catches and three TDs. Defensively, Kansas City ranked tied for first in the NFL with 52.0 team sacks. The Chiefs had a +9 turnover differential (27 takes, 18 gives). DE Chris Jones recorded 15.5 sacks last season including at least 1.0 sack in 11 straight games (Oct. 7-Dec. 23, NFL record for most consecutive games). On special teams, P Dustin Colquitt punted only 45 times in 2018 and held a net average of 40.5. K Harrison Butker made 24 of 27 field goal attempts and 65 of 69 extra points last season. Chiefs opponents had an average drive start of the 25.7 yard line, ranking second in the NFL. The 2019 Chiefs feature several new faces including new Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo. Chiefs GM Brett Veach added veteran leaders in S Tyrann Mathieu and DE Frank Clark to bolster the defense. The average age of Kansas City’s current roster is 24.6 years. KC opens regular season play with back-to-back road contests against the Jaguars (9/8) and Raiders (9/15) before the club’s home opener against the Baltimore Ravens (9/22).

Kansas City Chiefs (1-0) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (1-0) Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019 • 6:30 p.m. CT • KCTV5 Heinz Field • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania THIS WEEK’S MEDIA AVAILABILITY Date Monday, Aug. 12 Tuesday, Aug. 13 Wednesday, Aug. 14 Thursday, Aug. 15 Friday, Aug. 16 Saturday, Aug. 17

Practice Coach Media Players 8:15 a.m. Reid 10:50 a.m. 10:50 a.m. 8:15 a.m. Assts. 10:50 a.m. 10:50 a.m. 8:15 a.m. Spagnuolo 10:50 a.m. 10:50 a.m. 8:15 a.m. Reid 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. No Media Availability Chiefs at Steelers - Heinz Field - 6:30 p.m. CT

* All times are approximate and subject to change with little or no notice. • The club is currently practicing at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri. All media access will be held on campus. Contact Cydney Ricker for credentials at cricker@chiefs.nfl.com.

BROADCAST INFORMATION TV Coverage KCTV5

Chiefs FOX Football Radio Network KCFX (101.1 FM)

Play-by-Play: Ari Wolfe Color: Trent Green Sideline Analyst: Todd McShay Sideline: BJ Kissel

Play-by-Play: Mitch Holthus Color: Kendall Gammon Sideline: Dani Welniak

Tico Sports (Kansas City) La Mega 1160 AM / 100.5 FM Spanish Radio Broadcast Play-by-Play: Enrique Morales Color: Oscar Monterroso Sideline: Leo Prieto

Chiefs Pregame & Postgame Show KCFX (101.1 FM) Hosts: Art Hains, Dan Israel and Len Dawson Chiefs Twitter Accounts: @Chiefs @ChiefsReporter @ChiefsPR

CHIEFS MEDIA WEBSITE INFORMATION The Kansas City Chiefs 2019 Media Guide is available on the Chiefs media information website, NFLOMG.com. In 2015, the club introduced an improved interactive online media guide that features an in-game statistics monitoring platform, in addition to the weekly press materials such as transcripts, weekly releases, bios, additional stats and more. The club’s guide is updated weekly throughout the season to reflect the most up-todate information. Media members can also access the Chiefs credential application through the site. To login, the username is chiefsmedia and the password is chiefs.

DID YOU KNOW? Chiefs Hall of Fame Quarterback Len Dawson was originally drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first round (fifth overall) of the 1957 NFL Draft. Dawson was traded to the Cleveland Browns in December of 1959. After being released in 1961, he signed with the Dallas Texans and spent 13 years with Hunt’s franchise and lead the team to a Super Bowl IV victory.

CHIEFS COMMUNICATIONS STAFF CONTACT INFORMATION Ted Crews Brad Gee Luke Shanno Cydney Ricker Jordan Trgovac Hailey Herrick Danny Markino

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CHIEFS VS. STEELERS 2018 TEAM COMPARISON Chiefs Steelers Record .................................................. 12-4 ..................................... 9-6-1 Division Standing ................................ 1st (AFCW) ............... 2nd (AFCN) Turnover Margin (NFL Rank) .............. +9 (6th) ..........................-11 (28th) Offense (NFL Rank) Net Yards Per Game ............................ 425.6 (1st) .................. 403.3 (4th) Yards Per Play...................................... 6.84 (1st) ...................... 6.10 (6th) Points Per Game .................................. 35.3 (1st) ................... 26.8 (T-6th) Possession Average............................ 28:56 (27th) .............. 30:41 (13th) Net Rushing Yards Per Game ............. 115.9 (16th)..................90.3 (31st) Net Passing Yards Per Game ............. 309.7 (3rd) ................. 313.0 (2nd) Had Intercepted/Yards......................... 12/109................................17/147 Sacks Allowed/Yards ........................... 26/-171 (5th) ............ 24/-166 (4th) Fumbles/Lost ....................................... 18/6........................................21/9 Third Down Pct. ................................... 47.2% (2nd) ............... 44.4% (8th) Red Zone TD Pct. ................................. 71.8% (2nd) ............... 73.5% (1st) Giveaways ............................................ 18 (T-7th) ....................... 26 (26th) Defense (NFL Rank) Net Yards Per Game ............................ 405.5 (31st) ................ 327.2 (6th) Yards Per Play...................................... 5.85 (24th) .................... 5.30 (6th) Points Per Game .................................. 26.3 (24th) ............... 22.5 (T-16th) Net Rushing Yds Per Game ................ 132.1 (27th) .................. 96.1 (6th) Net Passing Yards Per Game ............. 273.4 (31st) .............. 231.1 (10th) Intercepted By/Yards ........................... 15/280....................................8/89 Sacks For/Yards................................... 52/-347 (T-1st) ...... 52/-347 (T-1st) Opponent Fumbles/Lost ..................... 29/12......................................16/7 Third Down Pct. ................................... 41.5% (25th) .............. 36.5% (9th) Red Zone TD Pct. ................................. 72.4% (31st) ............ 59.2% (17th) Takeaways ............................................ 27 (T-8th) .................... 15 (T-29th) Special Teams (NFL Rank) Punts-Average Yards (Gross) ............. 44.9 (15th) .................. 43.4 (27th) Punts-Average Yards (Net) ................. 40.5 (14th) .................. 38.4 (27th) Punt Returns-Average Per .................. 11.9 (3rd) ...................... 8.1 (17th) Punt Returns-Average Per Allowed ... 5.7 (4th) ..................... 14.4 (32nd) Kickoff Returns-Average Per .............. 24.4 (8th) .....................19.3 (31st) Kickoff Returns-Avg. Per Allowed...... 22.5 (11th)..................... 20.8 (5th) Field Goals Made/Attempted .............. 24/27 (10th) ...............16/23 (31st) Penalties (NFL Rank) Penalties Against/Yards............... ....... 137/1,152 (32nd) ... 111/1,026 (T-17th) Opp. Penalties Against/Yds ................ 107/881 (T-17th) .....136/1,170 (1st)

CHIEFS VS. STEELERS 2018 IND. COMPARISON Chiefs

Steelers PASSING YARDS Mahomes ............................5,097 Roethlisberger ...................... 5,129 RUSHING YARDS Hunt*...................................824 Conner .................................... 973 Mahomes ............................272 Samuels .................................. 256 Dam. Williams.....................256 Roethlisberger ........................... 98 RECEIVING YARDS Hill.......................................1,479 Smith-Schuster..................... 1,426 Kelce...................................1,336 Brown*.................................. 1,297 Watkins ...............................519 McDonald ................................ 610 POINTS SCORED Butker .................................137 Brown*....................................... 90 Hill.......................................84 Boswell ...................................... 82 Hunt*...................................84 Conner ...................................... 82 Kelce...................................60 Smith-Schuster.......................... 44 INTERCEPTIONS Nelson* ...............................4 Haden.......................................... 2 Parker*................................2 Six Tied ....................................... 1 Fuller...................................2 Seven Tied..........................1

Jones ..................................15.5 Ford* ...................................13.0 Houston* .............................9.0 Bailey* ................................6.0

SACKS Watt ........................................ 13.0 Heyward ................................... 8.0 Hargrave .................................. 6.5 Two Tied ................................... 5.5

DEFENSIVE TACKLES Hitchens..............................135 Davis ......................................... 79 Ragland ..............................86 V. Williams................................. 76 Fuller...................................82 Two Tied .................................... 73 KICKOFF RETURNS (AVG.) Smith ..................................33 (26.8) Switzer ............................ 30 (20.2) PUNT RETURNS (AVG.) Hill.......................................20 (10.7) Switzer .............................. 30 (8.4) FIELD GOALS Butker .................... 24/27 (88.9%) Boswell ....................13/20 (65.0%) PUNTS (GROSS/NET AVG.) Colquitt .................. 45 (44.9/40.5) Berry........................ 63 (43.7/38.8) *Player no longer with team

CHIEFS CHIEFS VS. VS. BUCCANEERS STEELERS SERIES SERIES HISTORY HISTORY • In Week 2 of last season, the Chiefs picked up their first win over the Steelers in Pittsburgh since 1986, as QB Patrick Mahomes tied the franchise record with a career-high six passing TDs, en route to a 42-37 road victory. • Mahomes’ six passing TD performance against the Steelers helped break the NFL record for most passing TDs in a QB’s first two games to begin a season (10) in just the second-year signal caller’s third career game. • Saturday night’s contest between the Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers will be the first meeting between the two clubs in the preseason since 2013. The Chiefs defeated the Steelers at Heinz Field, 26-20, in both teams’ third game of the preseason. • Kansas City and Pittsburgh haven’t met in the preseason at Arrowhead Stadium since the turn of the century.

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CHIEFS VS. STEELERS SERIES HISTORY - LAST 10 GAMES Date 10/15/2006* 11/22/2009 11/27/2011 11/12/2012* 12/21/2014* 10/25/2015 10/02/2016* 1/15/2017^ 10/15/2017 9/16/2018* *at Heinz Field

Result Of Note L, 7-45 PIT: Parker: 2 TDs, 109 rush yards. W, 27-24 KC: Charles: 97-yard KR for TD; Succop: GW FG. L, 9-13 KC: Succop: (3-for-3) 49-yard FG. L, 13-16 PIT: Suisham: GW 23-yard FG in OT. L, 12-20 KC: Santos: (4-for-4) 43-yard FG. W, 23-13 KC: Conley: six-yard TD reception from A. Smith. L, 43-14 PIT: Roethlisberger: 5 TDs, 300 passing yards. L, 16-18 PIT: Boswell: 6 FGs made. L, 13-19 KC: Thomas: 57-yard TD reception from A. Smith. W, 42-37 KC: Mahomes: Tied franchise record with 6 TD passes. ^2016 Divisional Playoffs

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CHIEFS HEAD COACH ANDY REID

STEELERS HEAD COACH MIKE TOMLIN

Reid enters his 28th NFL season, 21st as a head coach and seventh with the Chiefs. In six seasons with the club he’s tallied 65 wins, more victories than any other head coach in franchise history in that timeframe.

Mike Tomlin was named the 16th head coach in Pittsburgh Steelers history on January 22, 2007. Hired at the age of 34, Tomlin became only the third head coach hired by the Steelers since 1969.

Under Reid, the Chiefs have made the playoffs five of his first six seasons. The club earned three straight AFC West titles (2016-18) for the first time in franchise history. In 2018 the Chiefs earned the number one seed in the AFC playoffs with a 12-4 record. The Chiefs defeated the Colts 31-13 in the divisional round to advance to the AFC Championship Game. KC finished 10-6 in 2017. In 2016, Kansas City went 12-4 and won the AFC West, earning a first-round bye in the playoffs. In 2015, the Chiefs won their first playoff game since 1994, defeating the Texans 30-0. The team finished 11-5 after a 1-5 start in 2015. It was the greatest turnaround in a single-season in NFL history. In 2013, Reid led the Chiefs to an 11-5 record marking the greatest singleseason turnaround in franchise history after the team finished 2-14 in 2012. Reid boasts a career record of 195-124-1 (.611) in the regular season. He also owns an 12-14 postseason record. Prior to joining the Chiefs, Reid led the Eagles to a 130-93-1 (.583) regular season record during his 14 seasons as head coach. He led the Eagles franchise to one Super Bowl appearance. When you include his time as an NFL assistant coach, his teams have made the playoffs 20 times (20-18 record), and he has coached in three Super Bowls, eight NFC Championships and one AFC Championship. Reid spent seven seasons as an assistant coach with the Green Bay Packers under Head Coach Mike Holmgren. Prior to joining the NFL ranks, Reid’s final collegiate stop was the University of Missouri (1989-91). Prior to his stint with the Tigers, Reid spent two years working with the offensive line at the University of Texas – El Paso, and before that, he held the same position with Northern Arizona. In 1983, Reid took the position of offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at San Francisco State (1983-85). A tackle/guard at Brigham Young University from 1979-81, Reid entered the coaching ranks as a graduate assistant at BYU in 1982.

In his first 12 seasons, Tomlin has compiled a 125-66-1 (.654) record, good for the best start in franchise history. Tomlin also reached 125 career wins in the fewest games (192) in team history. In 2017, Tomlin led the Steelers to a 13-3 record, finishing first in the AFC North for the third time in four years and clinched a playoff berth for the fourth-straight season.

NFL Head Coach: 21st Year NFL Coach Overall: 28th Year NFL Overall: 207-138-1 (.600) Reg. Season: 195-124-1 (.611) Postseason: 12-14 (.462)

Record w/ KC: 65-31 (.677) Record w/ PHI: 130-93-1 (.583) Record vs. PIT: 4-5 (.444) College: BYU (’81) Hometown: Los Angeles

Tomlin became the youngest head coach in NFL history to win a Super Bowl when he led the Steelers to a 27-23 victory over the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII. Tomlin spent the 2006 season as the Minnesota Vikings’ defensive coordinator and the 2001-05 seasons as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ defensive backs coach. In 2002, Tomlin guided one of the most productive defensive backfields in the NFL, culminating with its winning performance in Super Bowl XXXVII. Tomlin served two seasons as the defensive backs coach at the University of Cincinnati (1999-2000) after spending two seasons at Arkansas State University (1997-98), where he coached wide receivers before switching to defensive backs. Tomlin spent the 1996 season as a graduate assistant at the University of Memphis, where he worked with the Tigers defensive backs and special teams units. He began his coaching career in 1995 as a wide receivers coach at Virginia Military Institute. Tomlin was a three-year starter at wide receiver for William & Mary (1990-94) and finished his career with 101 receptions for 2,046 yards and a schoolrecord 20 TD catches. A first-team All-Yankee Conference selection in 1994, he established a school record with a 20.2 yards-per-catch average.

NFL Head Coach: 13th Year NFL Coach Overall: 19th Year NFL Overall: 133-73-1 (.645) Reg. Season: 125-66-1(.654) Postseason: 8-7 (.533)

ANDY REID’S CAREER PATH 1979-82 1983-85 1986 1987-88 1989-91 1992-98 1999-2012 2013-19

MIKE TOMLIN’S CAREER PATH

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PRESEASON GAME 1 - VS. BENGALS NEW FACES STARTING ON BOTH SIDES OF THE BALL: S Tyrann Mathieu, CB Bashaud Breeland, LB Damien Wilson, RB Carlos Hyde and TE Blake Bell all logged their first starts in a Chiefs uniform in Saturday’s preseason game.

2019 PRESEASON AFC WEST STANDINGS Team Kansas City Chiefs Oakland Raiders Denver Broncos Los Angeles Chargers

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CHIEFS 2019 SCHEDULE

HYDE RUSHES IN: In his first game with the Chiefs, RB Carlos Hyde scored on a one-yard rush in the Chiefs first offensive series. MAHOMES OPENS WITH SCORING DRIVE: On his lone drive of the game in the first quarter, QB Patrick Mahomes led a seven-play, 83-yard scoring drive. On the drive, Mahomes completed a perfect 4-of-4 pass attempts for 66 yards. HARDMAN HAULS IT IN: In his first NFL appearance, rookie WR Mecole Hardman hauled in a 17-yard touchdown pass from rookie QB Kyle Shurmur. Hardman finished the game with two receptions for 31 yards and one touchdown. KPASSAGNON AND SPEAKS GET BACK-TO-BACK SACKS: On backto-back plays late in the second quarter, LBs Tanoh Kpassagnon and Breeland Speaks each took down Cincinnati QB Jeff Driskel to force a fourthdown Hail Mary attempt heading into the half. Kpassagnon’s sack resulted in a loss of six yards while Speaks’ sack resulted in a loss of seven yards. MILLER TAKES IT AWAY: Rookie CB Herb Miller thwarted Cincinnati’s second-quarter Hail Mary attempt, intercepting a QB Jeff Driskel pass and returning it 67 yards, sealing the Chiefs 10-point lead heading into the half. Miller tallied three tackles (two solo) in addition to his interception. YELDER RECOVERS FUMBLE, RECORDS RECEIVING TOUCHDOWN: TE Deon Yelder recovered a Cincinnati muffed punt on Cincinnati’s 19-yard line setting up a touchdown in the third quarter. Yelder went on to score on a 14-yard touchdown reception from QB Chase Litton. He finished the game with two receptions for 32 yards and one touchdown.

Date Sun, Sept. 8 Sun, Sept. 15 Sun, Sept. 22 Sun, Sept. 29 Sun, Oct. 6 Sun, Oct. 13 Thurs, Oct. 17 Sun, Oct. 27 Sun, Nov. 3 Sun, Nov. 10 Mon, Nov. 18 Sun, Nov. 24 Sun, Dec. 1 Sun, Dec. 8 Sun, Dec. 15 Sun, Dec. 22 Sun, Dec. 29

Opponent at Jacksonville Jaguars at Oakland Raiders Baltimore Ravens at Detroit Lions Indianapolis Colts* Houston Texans* at Denver Broncos Green Bay Packers* Minnesota Vikings* at Tennessee Titans* at LA Chargers (Mex) BYE WEEK Oakland Raiders* at New England Patriots* Denver Broncos* at Chicago Bears* LA Chargers*

Time Noon 3:05 p.m. Noon Noon 7:20 p.m. Noon 7:20 p.m. 7:20 p.m. Noon Noon 7:15 p.m. ----Noon 3:25 p.m. Noon 7:20 p.m. Noon

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Home games in bold; all kickoffs are Central Time. * Subject to Flexible Scheduling Flexible scheduling will be used in Weeks 11-17. Additionally, in Weeks 5-10, flexible scheduling may be used in no more than two weeks. In Weeks 5-16, the schedule lists the games tentatively set for Sunday Night Football on NBC. Only Sunday afternoon games are eligible to be moved to Sunday night, in which case the tentatively scheduled Sunday night game would be moved to an afternoon start time. A flexible scheduling move would be announced at least 12 days before the game. For Week 17, the Sunday night game will be announced no later than six days prior to December 29. The schedule does not list a Sunday night game in Week 17, but an afternoon game with playoff implications will be moved to that time slot. Flexible scheduling ensures quality matchups in all Sunday time slots in those weeks and gives “surprise” teams a chance to play their way into primetime. Flexible scheduling will not be applied to games airing on Thursday or Monday nights.

DARWIN THOMPSON TAKES IT HOME: Rookie RB Darwin Thompson scored his first NFL touchdown on a 29-yard pass from QB Chase Litton in the third quarter. Thompson finished the game with 22 rushing yards on five attempts and one reception for 29 yards with one touchdown. KEIZER RECOVERS PUNT: In his first game with the Chiefs, TE Nick Keizer recovered a Cincinnati muffed punt on Cincinnati’s 35-yard line. This marked the second muffed-punt recovery of the game for the Chiefs. Keizer tallied 24 receiving yards on three receptions in Saturday’s game. MCCRAY TAKES DOWN FINLEY: LB Rob McCray sacked Cincinnati QB Ryan Finley for a loss of two yards. CALDWELL LOGS BIG RUN THEN PUNCHES IT IN: After rattling off a 47-yard run to Cincinnati’s four-yard line, rookie RB Josh Caldwell scored on a four-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter. Caldwell finished the game with a team-high 59 rushing yards on four attempts. LITTON LEADS THREE SCORING DRIVES: QB Chase Litton orchestrated three scoring drives in Saturday’s game, two of which were passing touchdowns. Litton finished the game with a team-high 11 completions on 15 attempts for 122 passing yards. HUNTER GRABS AN INTERCEPTION: Late in the fourth quarter, DB Michael Hunter intercepted a Cincinnati QB Ryan Finley pass at Cincinnati’s 43-yard line. Hunter finished the game with two solo tackles in addition to his interception.

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CHIEFS VS. STEELERS CONNECTIONS

WHAT TO WATCH FOR...

Professional • Chiefs Offensive Coordinator Eric Bieniemy and Defensive Line Coach Brendan Daly served on the Minnesota Vikings coaching staff in 2006 alongside of Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin and Defensive Line Coach Karl Dunbar. Daly was a Defensive Assistant and Dunbar was DL Coach on Tomlin’s defensive staff.

• As a unit, the Kansas City Chiefs will aim to achieve the franchise’s fourth consecutive AFC West Division title in 2019, potentially extending a club record for consecutive division titles since the team’s inception in 1960.

• Chiefs Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo was a Senior Defensive Assistant in 2013 for the Baltimore Ravens, coaching on the same defensive staff as Steelers Senior Defensive Assistant/Secondary Teryl Austin. • Kansas City Chiefs OL Cam Erving, DE Emmanuel Ogbah, OL Austin Reiter and T Mitchell Schwartz all spent time with Steelers CB Joe Haden on the Cleveland Browns roster. Former Chiefs • Steelers CB Steve Nelson was a third-round draft selection (98th overall) in 2015 by the Chiefs. Nelson was a member of the Chiefs during the team’s stretch of three consecutive AFC West division crowns (2016-18). • Steelers Senior Assistant, College Scouting Rick Reiprish was a member of the Chiefs personnel staff from 1982-83.

• Head Coach Andy Reid enters 2019 with 207 career wins, with 195 career victories coming in the regular season and 12 in the postseason. With five victories in the 2019 regular season, Reid would hit the 200-win milestone, an accomplishment in which only seven coaches in NFL history have achieved. • The Chiefs set a franchise record with 565 total points scored in 2018, the third-most in NFL history in a single season. By hitting the 500-point threshold in 2019, the team would become just the third franchise in NFL history to record consecutive seasons of the like (New England Patriots, 2010-12; St. Louis Rams, 1999-2001). • Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes set the franchise record for most TD passes (50) and passing yards (5,097) in a single season in 2018, en route to earning the NFL’s Most Valuable Player Award. By throwing for at least 40 TDs in the 2019 season, Mahomes would become the first player in NFL history to have multiple 40-plus passing TD seasons prior to turning 25.

College • Chiefs Wide Receivers Coach Greg Lewis served in the same role at the University of Pittsburgh for the 2014 season. Lewis helped prep an offensive unit that featured Steelers RB James Conner.

• Mahomes recorded at least two TD passes in each of the final 11 regular season games. By throwing for at least two TDs in each of the first four games of the 2019 season, Mahomes would tie QB Peyton Manning for the longest streak of consecutive games with at least two TD tosses in NFL history (15 games). Mahomes’ current streak of 11 consecutive games with two passing TDs is the longest active mark.

• Chiefs Linebackers Coach Matt House served on the defensive staff at Pitt from 2012-14, filling the role of Defensive Coordinator in 2014. House coached Steelers LB Bud Dupree in all three of his seasons at UK.

• By throwing for 10 TDs in the first two weeks of the 2019 season, Mahomes would tie Lions QB Matthew Stafford for the third-most TD passes thrown before a quarterback’s 24th birthday (60).

• Chiefs S Jordan Lucas played alongside of Steelers S Marcus Allen in Penn State’s defensive backfield from 2014-15.

• If Mahomes accumulates 25 passing TDs prior to Week 15 of the 2019 season, the second-year starter would surpass Pro Football HOF QB Dan Marino and become the fastest QB in NFL history to accumulate 75 career TD passes.

• Chiefs RB Carlos Hyde and Steelers DT Cam Heyward were teammates at Ohio State in 2010, helping the Buckeyes defeat the Arkansas Razorbacks in the 2011 Allstate Sugar Bowl. • Chiefs WR Cody Thompson was teammates with Steelers WR Diontae Johnson, LB Tuzar Skipper and LB Olasunkanmi Adeniyi at Toledo from 2016-17. All four players were members of Toledo’s 2017 Mid-American Conference Championship team. Hometown • Chiefs President Mark Donovan is a native of Pittsburgh, Pa. • Steelers C/G B.J. Finney is a native of Wichita, Kan. and attended Kansas State University (2011-14). • Chiefs Offensive Quality Control Coach David Girardi played collegiately (2007-10) and post-graduate coached the quarterbacks (2013) at Geneva College in the greater Pittsburgh region of Western Pennsylvania. Girardi also prepped the DBs at Seton Hill University (Pa.) from 2011-12. • Chiefs QB Chad Henne is a native of Wyomissing, Pa., and attended Wilson Senior High School. Henne’s 7,071 career passing yards at Wilson ranked third all-time in Pennsylvania state football history when he graduated. • Chiefs LB Tanoh Kpassagnon attended Wissahickon High School in Ambler, Pa., and was a first-team AP FCS All-American at Villanova (Pa.). • Chiefs QB Kyle Shurmur was named the Maxwell Club’s (Pa.) State Player of the Year as a senior in 2014 at La Salle College High School. • Steelers LB Sutton Smith played high school football at Francis Howell High School in St. Charles, Mo., helping the program advance to the 2014 Missouri 6A state semifinals.

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• With 17 TD passes in 2019, Mahomes would escalate the franchise ranks and tie QB Steve DeBerg for the fifth-most career passing TDs in franchise history (67). • By recording a fourth-consecutive 1,000-plus yard receiving season in 2019, Chiefs TE Travis Kelce would set the NFL record for most consecutive 1,000plus receiving yard seasons by a TE. Kelce is currently tied with Panthers TE Greg Olsen (2014-16) for the longest streak. • With another 100-catch season, Kelce would become the first TE in NFL history to record multiple seasons of at least 100 receptions. • Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill can become the first Chiefs receiver to record three consecutive 1,000-plus yard seasons. WR Dwayne Bowe (2010-11) has the current record for consecutive seasons with at least 1,000 receiving yards. • Chiefs T Eric Fisher would hit the 100 career games played milestone in 2019 with six appearances. Fisher, the No. 1 overall pick of the 2013 NFL Draft, has played in all 16 games each season since 2014. • By recording at least 10.0 sacks in 2019, Chiefs DT Chris Jones would become the first Chiefs player to record a double-digit sack performance in consecutive seasons since LB Justin Houston (three, 2012-14). • With a duplication of Jones’ 2018 showing of 15.5 sacks this season, Jones would become the first player in franchise history to record consecutive seasons of at least 15.0 sacks and the first player to do so since Texans DE JJ Watt (2014-15) in league annals. • With two appearances in 2019, P Dustin Colquitt would tie the franchise record for career games played, matching Pro Football Hall of Fame G Will Shields’ current record of 224 games played. Colquitt’s current mark of 222 career appearances ranks second all-time in Chiefs history and is currently the third-longest streak among active punters (Andy Lee, 233; Donnie Jones, 226).

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2018 FINAL CHIEFS TEAM STATS & RANKINGS CATEGORY

TOTAL

Total Offense. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 425.6 Rush Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115.9 Pass Offense. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .309.7 Total Defense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .405.5 Rush Defense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132.1 Pass Defense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .273.4 Points/Game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35.3 Opp. Pts./Game. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26.3

1st 9th 2nd 15th 12th 15th 1st 12th

1st 16th 3rd 31st 27th 31st 1st 24th

2018 FINAL CHIEFS INDIVIDUAL STATS & RANKINGS CATEGORY

PLAYER

Scoring (NK) Hill Rushing Yards Hunt* QB Rating Mahomes Receptions Kelce Rec. Yards Hill Interceptions Nelson* Punting Avg. Colquitt Punt Ret. Avg. Hill KO Ret. Avg. Smith Sacks Jones * No longer on roster.

TOTAL 84 824 113.8 103 1,479 4 44.9 10.7 26.8 15.5

T-3rd 10th 1st 4th 2nd T-3rd 9th 5th 4th 2nd

T-6th 20th 2nd 10th 4th T-7th 21st 8th 4th 3rd

2018 FINAL AFC WEST STANDINGS Team z-Kansas City Chiefs x-Los Angeles Chargers Denver Broncos Oakland Raiders

W 12 12 6 4

L 4 4 10 12

Pct. .750 .750 .375 .250

PF 565 428 329 290

PA 421 329 349 467

Streak Won 1 Won 1 Lost 4 Lost 1

CHIEFS 2018 SCHEDULE & RESULTS PRESEASON Date Aug. 9 Aug. 17 Aug. 25 Aug. 30

Opponent Houston at Atlanta at Chicago Green Bay

REGULAR SEASON Date Opponent Sept. 9 at L.A. Chargers Sept. 16 at Pittsburgh Sept. 23 San Francisco Oct. 1 at Denver Oct. 7 Jacksonville* Oct. 14 at New England* Oct. 21 Cincinnati* Oct. 28 Denver* Nov. 4 at Cleveland* Nov. 11 Arizona* Nov. 19 at L.A. Rams Nov. 25 BYE WEEK Dec. 2 at Oakland* Dec. 9 Baltimore* Dec. 13 L.A. Chargers Dec. 23 at Seattle* Dec. 30 Oakland* Jan. 12 Indianapolis (Div) Jan. 20 New England (AFC)

Time 7:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Noon 7:30 p.m.

Results L, 10-17 W, 28-14 L, 20-27 W, 33-21

Time 3:05 p.m. Noon Noon 7:15 p.m. Noon 7:20 p.m. 7:20 p.m. Noon Noon Noon 7:15 p.m. ---3:05 p.m. Noon 7:20 p.m. 7:20 p.m. 3:25 p.m. 3:35 p.m. 5:40 p.m.

Results W, 38-28 W, 42-37 W, 38-27 W, 27-23 W, 30-14 L, 40-43 W, 45-10 W, 30-23 W, 37-21 W, 26-14 L, 51-54 ---W, 40-33 W, 27-24 (OT) L, 28-29 L, 31-38 W, 35-3 W, 31-13 L, 31-37 (OT)

Home games in bold; all kickoffs are Central Time.

MCCULLOUGH’S AMAZING STORY Kansas City Chiefs Running Backs Coach Deland McCullough was featured on ESPN’s E:60, highlighting his inspirational journey to discovering his birth parents. The feature, which aired on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018, documents the life of McCullough, who was adopted at birth, and his search for his biological parents that spanned more than 40 years. That alone makes for a powerful story, but as it turns out, McCullough was already plenty familiar with his biological father – a man he had known since he was a kid, a man that was a mentor and father-figure who goes by the name of Sherman Smith. It’s a story that defies the odds as his father was unaware that he had a son, but still served as an instrumental figure throughout McCullough’s life.

CHIEFS ALL-TIME VS. AFC WEST OPPONENTS Team Denver LA Chargers Oakland

OVERALL (REG. SEASON) Record Pct. Longest Win Streak 63-54-0 .538 11 (1964-1969) 61-55-1 .527 9 (2014-2018) 63-52-2 .547 9 (2003-2007)

Team Denver LA Chargers Oakland

AT HOME (REG. SEASON) Record Pct. Longest Win Streak 39-19-0 .672 14 (1960-1973) 35-24-0 .593 7 (1997-2003) 34-24-1 .585 10 (1989-1998)

Team Denver LA Chargers Oakland

ON THE ROAD (REG. SEASON) Record Pct. Longest Win Streak 24-35-0 .407 5 (1965-1969) 26-31-1 .457 6 (1972-1977) 29-28-1 .509 7 (2003-2009)

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“If you would have told me to pick who my father was, there’s no way I would have picked him because I might have thought I wasn’t worthy for him to be my father,” McCullough said. “I felt like my blessings came full circle because I’d always wanted to be somebody like him.”

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THE BEST IN CHIEFS HISTORY

CHIEFS ASSISTANT COACHES

Entering his seventh season as head coach in Kansas City, Andy Reid is the club’s third-longest tenured head coach trailing only Pro Football Hall of Fame Coach Hank Stram (15 years) and Marty Schottenheimer (10 years). In his first six seasons at the helm, he’s coached the Chiefs to a 65-31 record in 96 regular season games. His 67.7 winning percentage is the top mark in franchise history for any coach in his first six seasons leading the club. Marty Schottenheimer is second on that list, leading his Chiefs teams to a 60-35-1 (63.0%) record in his first six seasons. In Reid’s 96 total games with the Chiefs, he has registered a 36-12 (75.0%) record at home and a 29-19 (60.4%) record on the road. Most Regular Season Wins, First 6 Years with Team Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Name Reid Schottenheimer Vermeil Stram

Yr. 1 Yr. 2 11-5 9-7 8-7-1 11-5 6-10 8-8 8-6 6-8

Yr. 3 11-5 10-6 13-3 11-3

Yr. 4 12-4 10-6 7-9 5-7-2

Yr. 5 10-6 11-5 10-6 7-7

Yr. 6 12-4 9-7 -7-5-2

Tot. Rec. 65-31 60-35-1 44-36 44-36-4

Pct. .677 .630 .550 .548

Amongst active NFL head coaches, Reid is the eighth-longest tenured coach and his 67.7 regular season win percentage is second only to New England’s Bill Belichick (68.0%).

OFFENSIVE STAFF Eric Bieniemy Offensive Coordinator Joe Bleymaier Pass Game Analyst/Assistant Quarterbacks Andy Heck Offensive Line Mike Kafka Quarterbacks Greg Lewis Wide Receivers Corey Matthaei Assistant Offensive Line Deland McCullough Running Backs Tom Melvin Tight Ends David Girardi Offensive Quality Control

DEFENSIVE STAFF Steve Spagnuolo Defensive Coordinator Matt House Linebackers Brendan Daly Run Game Coordinator/Defensive Line

HE WINS AT HOME AND ON THE ROAD No matter where his team is playing, home or away, Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid is consistent. Through 20 seasons and 320 games, Coach Reid has a similar record on the road as he does at home. Home Record 101-59 (.631)

Road Record 94-65-1 (.591)

Total 195-124-1 (.611)

KEYS TO SUCCESS During the 2018 season, Kansas City had 539 successful plays out of 988 overall attempts for a 54.6 percent success rate on offense, which ranked tied for second in the National Football League. NFL Leaders Successful Plays Rk. Team Successful Play Pct. 1. NO 57.7% 2t. LAR 54.6% KC 54.6% 4. IND 53.5% 5. NE 52.5%

PINNING THEM DEEP In the 2018 season, the Chiefs pinned teams deep. The opponent’s average starting position was the 25.7 yard line, which ranked second in the NFL. NFL Leaders Opponent Starting Field Position Rk. Team Opp. Avg. FP 1. HOU 25.5 2. KC 25.7 3. NO 26.3 4. WAS 26.8 5. CAR 27.1

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Britt Reid Linebackers/Outside Linebackers Dave Merritt Defensive Backs Sam Madison Defensive Backs/Cornerbacks Terry Bradden Defensive Quality Control Alex Whittingham Defensive Quality Control Connor Embree Defensive Assistant

SPECIAL TEAMS STAFF Dave Toub Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator Rod Wilson Assistant Special Teams

MISCELLANEOUS Barry Rubin Head Strength and Conditioning Travis Crittenden Assistant Strength and Conditioning Ryan Reynolds Assistant Strength and Conditioning Greg Carbin Assistant Strength and Conditioning Mike Frazier Statistical Analysis Coordinator Porter Ellett Senior Assistant to Head Coach

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2018 CHIEFS OFFENSIVE RANKINGS Category 10-Play Drives Avg. Yards on 1st Down 1st and Goal Drives from Inside the 5 1st and Goal Giveaways Inside the 5 2nd Down Conversion Pct. 3 and Out Drive Pct. 3rd Down Conversion Pct. 3rd and 4th and 1 Conversion Pct. 3rd and 10+ Conversion Pct. 3rd and Long (>6 Yds) Conversion Pct. 3rd and Medium (4-6 Yds) Conv. Pct. 3rd and Short (<4 Yds) Conv. Pct. 4th Down Conversion Pct. 4th and 1 Conversion Pct. 4th and Long (>6 Yds) Conversion Pct. 4th and Short (<4 Yds) Conversion Pct. Avg. Margin of Victory Avg. Starting Position after Kickoffs 5-Minute Drives Passer Rating in Blitz Situations Points on 1st Off. Poss. Points on 1st Off. Poss. of 2nd Half Completions of 20+ Yards Field Goal Percentage Avg. Starting Field Position Avg. Starting Field Position - Away Avg. Starting Field Position - Home First Downs Made Fumbles Lost Total Giveaways Goal-to-Go Drives Goal-to-Go Giveaways Goal-to-Go Touchdown Efficiency Passer Rating Inside the 30 Touchdown Efficiency Inside the 30 Kickoff Return Average Miscellaneous Touchdowns Scored Net Passing Yards per Game Offensive Points Scored Offensive Scoring Efficiency Opp. Fumble Returns of 20+ Yards Opp. INT Returns of 20+ Yards Overall Passer Rating Overall Yards per Game Passing First Downs Made Yards After Catch Passer Rating on Attempts 21+ Air Yds Plays of 10+ Yards Plays of 20+ Yards Plays of 20+ Yards (past 8 games) Points on Poss. After Takeaways Punt Return Average Punt Returns of 20+ Yards Points on Drives of 4 or Fewer Plays Red Zone Drives Red Zone Giveaways Red Zone Touchdown Efficiency Red Zone Successful Play Pct. Avg. Rushing Yards on 2nd Down Rushing Plays of 20+ Yards Pct. of Rushes Gaining 4+ Yards Total Points Scored Scoring Differential Points Scored Outside the Red Zone Points Scored at the End of Half Offensive Touchdowns Drives Starting Inside Opp. 50-Yd Line Successful Play Percentage Total Takeaways Times Sacked Points Per Game Total Points Scored (past 8 games) Touchdown Drives Turnover Differential Points Scored in Two Minute Offense Yards per Game Yards per Play Yards per Play inside the 30 Yards per Play in Red Zone

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NFL Rank 3rd 6th 1st T-1st 1st 4th 2nd T-5th 1st 4th 1st 6th 3rd 5th 1st 3rd 8th 3rd 4th 2nd 1st 1st 1st 10th 3rd 4th 9th 3rd T-4th T-7th T-1st T-1st 10th 4th 1st 8th T-2nd 3rd 1st 1st T-1st T-9th 1st 1st 3rd 2nd 9th 3rd 1st 1st T-9th 3rd T-7th 3rd 2nd T-4th 2nd 3rd 1st 1st 6th 1st 2nd 5th T-4th 1st T-7th 3rd T-8th 5th 1st 1st 1st 6th 7th 1st 1st 8th 3rd

Value 34 drives 6.41 yards 25 drives 0 giveaways 40.5% 15.3% 47.2% 78.1% 32.7% 33.7% 54.1% 66.0% 80.0% 90.0% 100.0% 91.7% 13.17 points 26.7 yard line 29 drives 114.98 rating 69 points 73 points 76 completions 88.9% 30.5 yard line 31.0 yard line 29.9 yard line 384 points 6 fumbles 18 giveaways 41 drives 0 giveaways 78.0% 116.1 rating 64.8% 24.4 yards 5 touchdowns 309.7 yards 530 points 52.9% 0 returns 3 returns 113.8 rating 425.6 yards 239 first downs 2,649 yards 100.1 rating 251 plays 95 plays 46 plays 64 points 11.9 yards 3 returns 69 points 71 drives 1 giveaway 71.8% 56.1% 5.86 yards 19 rushes 47.5% 565 points +144 points 126 points 75 points 66 touchdowns 22 drives 54.6% 27 takeaways 26.0 sacks 35.3 points 275 points 66 drives +9 25 points 425.6 yards 6.84 yards 4.35 yards 3.52 yards

2018 CHIEFS DEFENSIVE RANKINGS Category

NFL Rank

Value

Avg. Margin of Defeat

T-1st

3.50 points

Avg. Opp. Starting Position After Kickoff 7th

24.6 yard line

Opp. Passer Rating in Blitz Situations

7th

82.43 rating

Points on Opp. First Offensive Poss.

T-6th

23 points

Opp. Possessions

T-10th

174 possessions

Fumble Recoveries

T-4th

12 recoveries

Opp. Passer Rating Inside the 30

6th

91.3 rating

INT Returns of 20+ Yards

T-6th

6 returns

Miscellaneous Touchdowns Allowed

T-10th

2 touchdowns

Opp. Avg. Starting Field Position

2nd

25.7 yard line

Opp. Avg. Starting Field Position - Away 5th

26.1 yard line

Opp. Avg. Starting Field Position - Home 1st

25.2 yard line

Opp. Punt Returns of 20+ Yards

T-4th

1 return

Opp. 3rd and Long (>6) Conv. Pct.

8th

22.1%

Opp. Pct. of 4+ Yd Passes on 1st Down 7th

50.4%

Opp. Rushing Plays of 50+ Yards

T-1st

0 rushes

Opp. Points Scored Outside Red Zone T-4th

86 points

Opp. Kickoff Touchback Percentage

7th

53.0%

Opp. Punt Return Average

4th

5.7 yards

Opp. Gross Punting Average

9th

43.8 yards

Opp. Points in 4 or Fewer Plays

T-1st

14 points

Opp. Turnover Pct. in 4 or Fewer Plays T-5th

6.9%

Opp. Passer Rating on 1st Down

9th

88.1 rating

Opp. Passer Rating on 2nd Down

10th

88.8 rating

Sacks

T-1st

52.0 sacks

Opp. Drives Starting Inside KC’s 20

T-2nd

2 drives

Opp. Drives Starting Inside KC’s 50

1st

5 drives

Takeaway Points Scored

4th

92 points

Total Takeaways

T-8th

27 takeaways

Points Allowed in Two-Minute Defense

T-8th

13 points

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HEAD COACH ANDY REID NOTES REID VIA THE NFL DRAFT - HIS 1ST ROUND PICKS Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid has had 16 first-round selections as a head coach in the NFL. Prior to 2013, Reid’s team selected as high as second overall (1999) and as late as 31st overall (2005) in the first round.

REID CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Career record of 195-124-1 in the regular season, as well as a 12-14 postseason record. Reid’s 207 combined wins rank seventh in NFL history. Reid ranks second among active coaches in regular season and postseason wins. He has defeated all 32 NFL teams as a head coach. Reid owns a .611 regular season winning percentage. • His 65 regular season wins in his first six seasons with Kansas City are more than any other head coach in franchise history in their initial six seasons. The Chiefs won three-straight AFC West titles in 2016, 2017 and 2018 for the first time in franchise history. KC finished 12-4 and earned the number one seed in the AFC Playoffs in 2018. The Chiefs defeated the Colts 31-13 on Jan. 12, 2019 to advance to the AFC title game. • The Chiefs finished 12-4 in 2016, earning the number two seed and a first-round bye in the playoffs. Reid guided Kansas City to it’s first playoff win in 22 years in 2015. The club finished 11-5 after a 1-5 start, the greatest turnaround in a single season in NFL history. • The 2013 Chiefs, led by Head Coach Andy Reid, orchestrated the greatest single-season turnaround in franchise history after an 11-5 finish. In 2012, the team finished 2-14, a +9 turnaround in his first season with the club. • During Reid’s 14 seasons in Philadelphia, his teams made the postseason nine times, which ranked third in the NFL behind Indianapolis’ 12 and New England’s 10. • Including his time as an assistant coach, Reid’s teams have now made 20 playoff appearances, as well as three Super Bowl appearances after playing in a combined eight NFC Championships and one AFC Championship. He has three career Super Bowl appearances and won Super Bowl XXXI as an assistant in Green Bay. Reid owns three NFC titles and 12 division titles in his career dating back to his days as an assistant. He mentored Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre while with the Packers along with QB Donovan McNabb with the Eagles.

Yr. No. (Overall) 1999 2 2000 6 2001 25 2002 26 2003 15 2004 16 2005 31 2006 14 2007 -2008 -2009 19 2010 13 2011 21 2012 12 2013 (KC) 1 2014 23 2015 18 2016 -2017 10 2018 -2019 --

Selection (School) QB Donovan McNabb (Syracuse) DT Corey Simon (Florida State) WR Freddie Mitchell (UCLA) CB Lito Sheppard (Florida) DE Jerome McDougle (Miami) T Shawn Andrews (Arkansas) DT Mike Patterson (Southern California) DT Brodrick Bunkley (Florida State) No First-Round Selection No First-Round Selection WR Jeremy Maclin (Missouri) DE Brandon Graham (Michigan) G Danny Watkins (Baylor) DT Fletcher Cox (Mississippi State) T Eric Fisher (Central Michigan) LB Dee Ford (Auburn) CB Marcus Peters (Washington) No First-Round Selection QB Patrick Mahomes (Texas Tech) No First-Round Selection No First-Round Selection

REID’S COACHING TREE Throughout his time in the NFL, Andy Reid has constructed quality coaching staffs to assist him. A number of those assistants have since gone on to coordinator or head coaching responsibilities for other NFL franchises. Below is a list of notable coaches who have come from Andy Reid’s Philadelphia or Kansas City staffs. Coach John Harbaugh Ron Rivera Doug Pederson Sean McDermott Matt Nagy Pat Shurmur Leslie Frazier Brad Childress Steve Spagnuolo Todd Bowles

Team BAL CAR PHI BUF CHI NYG BUF CHI KC TB

Years 2008-present 2011-present 2016-present 2017-present 2018-present 2018-present 2018-present 2018-present Hired in 2019 Hired in 2019

Position/Former Position Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Former MIN HC Former MIN HC Former STL HC Former NYJ HC

ANDY REID’S HEAD COACHING RECORD Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 TOTALS

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Reg. Season 5-11 11-5 11-5 12-4 12-4 13-3 6-10 10-6 8-8 9-6-1 11-5 10-6 8-8 4-12 11-5 9-7 11-5 12-4 10-6 12-4 0-0 195-124-1

Pct. .313 .688 .688 .750 .750 .813 .375 .625 .500 .594 .688 .625 .500 .250 .688 .563 .688 .750 .625 .750 .000 .611

Postseason 0-0 1-1 2-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-0 12-14

Overall 5-11 12-6 13-6 13-5 13-5 15-4 6-10 11-7 8-8 11-7-1 11-6 10-7 8-8 4-12 11-6 9-7 12-6 12-5 10-7 13-5 0-0 207-138-1

Result 5th in NFC East 2nd in NFC East; reached divisional playoffs 1st in NFC East; reached NFC Championship Game 1st in NFC East; reached NFC Championship Game 1st in NFC East; reached NFC Championship Game 1st in NFC East; reached Super Bowl XXXIX 4th in NFC East 1st in NFC East; reached divisional playoffs 4th in NFC East 2nd in NFC East; reached NFC Championship Game 2nd in NFC East; reached wild card round 1st in NFC East; reached wild card round 2nd in NFC East 4th in NFC East 2nd in AFC West; reached wild card round 2nd in AFC West 2nd in AFC West; reached divisional playoffs 1st in AFC West; reached divisional playoffs 1st in AFC West; reached wild card round 1st in AFC West; reached AFC Championship Game TBD 14 Playoff Berths, 9 Div. Titles, 1 NFC Title

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REID AS A HEAD COACH VS. THE NFL

MOST OVERALL WINS; ACTIVE NFL HEAD COACHES

Below is Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid’s record against the NFL as a head coach. He is 195-124-1 in the regular season, as well as 12-14 in the postseason. Reid has 207 total career wins as a head coach.

Andy Reid is one of four active NFL head coaches with over 130 victories. He has 207 overall wins and is one of three active coaches with 10 or more postseason victories.

Opponent Reg. Season vs. Denver Broncos 8-6 vs. Kansas City Chiefs 3-0 vs. Oakland Raiders 11-4 vs. Los Angeles Chargers 11-4 vs. AFC West 33-14

Postseason 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Total 8-6 3-0 11-4 11-4 33-14

vs. Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals vs. Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers vs. AFC North

4-1 2-3-1 7-0 4-5 17-9-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

4-1 2-3-1 7-0 4-6 17-10-1

vs. Houston Texans vs. Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Tennessee Titans vs. AFC South

6-1 2-4 4-2 1-6 13-13

1-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 2-2

7-1 3-5 4-2 1-7 15-15

vs. Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins vs. New England Patriots vs. New York Jets vs. AFC East

5-3 5-1 3-4 5-1 18-9

0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-3

5-3 5-1 3-7 5-1 18-12

vs. Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles vs. NFC East

18-12 16-14 19-11 2-0 55-37

0-1 2-1 0-0 0-0 2-2

18-13 18-15 19-11 2-0 57-39

vs. Arizona Cardinals vs. San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks vs. Los Angeles Rams vs. NFC West

6-7 7-4 4-4 6-3 23-18

0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2

6-8 7-4 4-4 6-4 23-20

vs. Atlanta Falcons vs. Carolina Panthers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New Orleans Saints vs. NFC South

7-3 5-2 4-4 4-3 20-12

2-0 0-1 2-1 0-1 4-3

9-3 5-3 6-5 4-4 24-15

vs. Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings vs. NFC North

5-5 4-1 4-4 3-2 16-12

1-0 0-0 1-1 2-0 4-1

6-5 4-1 5-5 5-2 20-13

Rk, 1. 2. 4. 5.

Coach Bill Belichick, NE/CLE Andy Reid, KC/PHI Mike Tomlin, PIT Pete Carroll, SEA

Reg. 261 195 127 122

Post 31 12 8 10

Total 292 207 135 132

Reid defeated the Tennessee Titans in 2013, giving him wins against all 32 NFL teams. He became only the sixth head coach in NFL history to accomplish that feat. Below is a look at all the coaches who have done it. Bill Belichick (NE) Tony Dungy (Retired) Mike Shanahan (Retired)

Bill Parcells (Retired) Andy Reid (KC) John Fox (Retired)

MOST NFL WINS AS HEAD COACH Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13t.

Head Coach Don Shula George Halas Bill Belichick Tom Landry Curly Lambeau Chuck Noll Andy Reid Marty Schottenheimer Dan Reeves Chuck Knox Bill Parcells Tom Coughlin Jeff Fisher Mike Shanahan 15. Mike Holmgren 16. Joe Gibbs 17. Paul Brown 18. Bud Grant 19. Bill Cowher 20. Marv Levy 21. Steve Owen 22. Tony Dungy 23. John Fox 24. Hank Stram 25. Weeb Ewbank Mike McCarthy - Playoffs Included * Bold Denotes Active NFL Coaches

Win Total 347 324 292 270 229 209 207 205 201 193 183 182 178 178 174 171 170 168 161 154 153 148 141 136 134 135

REID’S HEADANDY COACHING CAREER WHEN... HEAD COACH REID’S RECORD WHEN... • Scoring on opening drive: 91-27 • Scoring first: 126-39 • Leading at half: 157-30 • Leading after three quarters: 155-29 • Winning time of possession: 120-34-1 • Winning turnover battle: 121-25 • Out-rushing opponent: 118-47-1 • Out-passing opponent: 118-52-1 • Out-gaining opponent: 130-44-1 • 40%+ 3rd down conversions: 100-39 • 50%+ 3rd down conversions: 57-14 • Not throwing an INT: 105-43 • Having a 300-yard passer: 42-20-1

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• Having a 100+ yard rusher: 56-19 • Having a 100+ yard receiver: 72-28 • Having two 100+ yard receivers: 9-3 • Having no turnovers: 58-21 • Scoring 20+ points: 163-47 • Scoring 30+ points: 85-10 • Rushing for 150+ yards: 60-16 • Having 20+ first downs: 114-46 • Not allowing a sack: 20-10 • Allowing two or fewer sacks: 122-58-1 • Recording 2+ INTs: 76-18 • Recording 3+ turnovers: 75-12 • Opp. less than 40% on 3rd down: 143-52-1

• Opp. less than 30% on 3rd down: 92-17-1 • Scoring a defensive TD: 48-9 • Recording 3+ sacks: 111-32-1 • Recording 5+ sacks: 45-7-1 • Allowing 17 or fewer points: 130-24-1 • Not allowing a 100-yard rusher: 159-87-1 • Not allowing a 100-yard receiver: 133-83 • Not allowing a 300-yard passer: 172-92-1 • Not allowing a rushing TD: 128-43-1 • Not allowing a passing TD: 57-18 • Not allowing an offensive TD: 33-3 • Having a KR or PR TD: 17-5

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CHIEFS GENERAL MANAGER BRETT VEACH VEACH IN THE NFL DRAFT AS PERSONNEL MAN Since entering the NFL, Chiefs GM Brett Veach has been a part of personnel staffs that have drafted the below first-round picks. Yr. No. (Overall) 2007 (PHI) -2008 -2009 19 2010 13 2011 21 2012 12 2013 (KC) 1 2014 23 2015 18 2016 -2017 10 2018 -2019 --

Selection (School) No First-Round Selection No First-Round Selection WR Jeremy Maclin (Missouri) DE Brandon Graham (Michigan) G Danny Watkins (Baylor) DT Fletcher Cox (Mississippi State) T Eric Fisher (Central Michigan) LB Dee Ford (Auburn) CB Marcus Peters (Washington) No First-Round Selection QB Patrick Mahomes (Texas Tech) No First-Round Selection No First-Round Selection

QUICK FACTS ON CHIEFS GM BRETT VEACH

NOTEABLE TRANSACTIONS

• Brett Veach was named the seventh general manager in Kansas City Chiefs history on July 10, 2017. Veach is in his third season as an NFL general manager and his 13th year in the National Football League. Prior to being elevated, he previously served as the Chiefs Co-Director of Player Personnel.

After being named the new GM of the Chiefs on July 10, 2017, Brett Veach immediately started making moves. In his short time as a GM, Veach has made a number of significant moves that have contributed to KC’s success.

• In two seasons as the GM, Veach has helped the team earn AFC West titles in 2017 and 2018 as well as the number one seed in the AFC in 2018. The Chiefs defeated the Colts 31-13 to advance to the AFC title game. • Veach reports directly to Chiefs Chairman & CEO Clark Hunt, who had this to say upon hiring him; “Brett has a sharp football mind, a tremendous work ethic and a keen eye for finding talent. He’s played a critical role in building our football team.” • He is in his seventh season with the Chiefs after originally joining the club in 2013. He was promoted to Co-Director of Player Personnel prior to the 2015 season after serving two seasons as the club’s Pro and College Personnel Analyst (2013-14).

Name LB Reggie Ragland OL Cam Erving K Harrison Butker CB Kendall Fuller WR Sammy Watkins LB Anthony Hitchens DT Xavier Williams S Tyrann Mathieu DE Emmanuel Ogbah DE Frank Clark LB Darron Lee

Date 8/28/17 8/30/17 9/26/17 3/14/18 3/15/18 3/15/18 3/21/18 3/14/19 4/1/19 4/24/19 5/16/19

How Acquired TR (BUF) TR (CLE) FA - 17 TR (WAS) FA - 18 FA - 18 FA - 18 FA - 19 TR (CLE) TR (SEA) TR (NYJ)

• The Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania, native, served as a Southeast Regional Scout for the Philadelphia Eagles (2011-12) after originally joining Philadelphia’s Player Personnel Department as a Pro and College Scout in 2010. • Prior to entering the scouting department, Veach was the Assistant to Head Coach Andy Reid for three seasons in Philadelphia (2007-09). • Before joining the Eagles, Veach was the Supervisor of Intercollegiate Athletic Events at his alma mater, the University of Delaware (2005-06). He was a four-year letterman as a wide receiver for the Blue Hens, catching 99 passes for 1,470 yards (14.8 avg.). He left Delaware as the school’s all-time leader in kickoff return yards with 1,558 yards. He was a standout running back for Mount Carmel High School. Wife - Alison; Children - twin sons, Elijah and Wylan, and a daughter, Ella.

VEACH’S NFL RECORD Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 TOTALS

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Reg. Season 8-8 9-6-1 11-5 10-6 8-8 4-12 11-5 9-7 11-5 12-4 10-6 12-4 0-0 115-76-1

Pct. .500 .594 .688 .625 .500 .250 .688 .563 .688 .750 .625 .750 .000 .602

Playoffs 0-0 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-0 4-8

Overall 8-8 11-7-1 11-6 10-7 8-8 4-12 11-6 9-7 12-6 12-5 10-7 13-5 0-0 119-84-1

Result 4th in NFC East 2nd in NFC East; Reached NFC Championship Game 2nd in NFC East; Reached Wild Card Playoffs 1st in NFC East; Reached Wild Card Playoffs 2nd in NFC East 4th in NFC East 2nd in AFC West; Reached Wild Card Playoffs 2nd in AFC West 2nd in AFC West; Reached Divisional Playoffs 1st in AFC West; Reached Divisional Playoffs 1st in AFC West; Reached Wild Card Playoffs 1st in AFC West; Reached AFC Championship Game TBD 8 Playoff Appearances, 4 Div. Titles

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CHIEFS QUARTERBACK PATRICK MAHOMES MAHOMES IN CHIEFS RECORD BOOK Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has already cracked into the Chiefs record books with only 17 games under his belt. Below is a look at different categories where Mahomes cemented his name in Chiefs history. CHIEFS RECORD FOR MOST TD PASSES IN SINGLE GAME Rk. Name 1t. Patrick Mahomes Patrick Mahomes Len Dawson

TDS 6 6 6

Opp. at PIT at LAR DEN

Date Sept. 16, 2018 Nov. 19, 2018 Nov. 1, 1964

CHIEFS RECORD FOR TD PASSES IN A SEASON

MAHOMES STARTS HOT Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes earned the NFL’s MVP award in 2018. His 50 TD passes in 2018 tied for the second-best mark in NFL history. MOST TD PASSES SINGLE SEASON Rk. Name 1. Peyton Manning 2t. Patrick Mahomes Tom Brady 4. Peyton Manning

Team DEN KC NE IND

Rk. Name 1. Patrick Mahomes 2. Len Dawson 3. Len Dawson

Year 2018 1964 1962

Comp. 66.0% 56.2% 61.0%

Yds. 5,097 2,879 2,759

TD 50 30 29

CHIEFS RECORD FOR HIGHEST PASSER RATING IN SINGLE GAME TDS 55 50 50 49

Year 2013 2018 2007 2004

Rk. Name 1. Alex Smith 2. Steve Bono 3. Patrick Mahomes

Rtg. 158.3 156.6 154.8

Opp. at OAK at SEA at PIT

Date Dec. 15, 2013 Sept. 3, 1995 Sept. 16, 2018

MAHOMES AMONG 2018 PASSING LEADERS 2018 PASSING YARDS Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Ben Roethlisberger Patrick Mahomes Matt Ryan Jared Goff Andrew Luck

2018 YARDS PER COMPLETION Team PIT KC ATL LAR IND

Yards 5,129 5,097 4,924 4,688 4,593

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2018 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS Rk. 1. 2. 3t. 5.

Name Patrick Mahomes Andrew Luck Matt Ryan Russell Wilson Ben Roethlisberger

Team KC IND ATL SEA PIT

Team KC ATL SEA NO IND

TDs 50 39 35 35 34

TDS 50 35 35 32 39

2018 PASSER RATING Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Drew Brees Patrick Mahomes Russell Wilson Matt Ryan Philip Rivers

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Name Ryan Fitzpatrick Patrick Mahomes Philip Rivers Jared Goff Nick Mullens

Y/C 14.43 13.31 12.94 12.88 12.41

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

INTS 12 7 7 5 15

Name Patrick Mahomes Russell Wilson Ryan Fitzpatrick Drew Brees Philip Rivers

Team KC SEA TB NO LAC

TD % 8.6 8.2 6.9 6.5 6.3

2018 PASS PLAYS OF 25+ YARDS Diff. +38 +28 +28 +27 +24

Rk. Name 1. Patrick Mahomes 2. Jared Goff 3t. Ben Roethlisberger Matt Ryan Russell Wilson

Team KC LAR PIT ATL SEA

25+ Yard Passes 52 40 36 36 36

2018 PASSING FIRST DOWNS Team NO KC SEA ATL LAC

Rating 115.7 113.8 110.9 108.1 105.5

2018 YARDS PER ATTEMPT Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Team TB KC SF LAR LAC

2018 TD PERCENTAGE

2018 TOUCHDOWN-TO-INTERCEPTION DIFFERENTIAL Rk. Name 1. Patrick Mahomes 2t. Matt Ryan Russell Wilson 4. Drew Brees 5. Andrew Luck

Name Ryan Fitzpatrick Patrick Mahomes Nick Mullens Jared Goff Philip Rivers

Team TB KC LAC LAR SF

Rk. Name 1. Ben Roethlisberger 2. Patrick Mahomes 3t. Andrew Luck Matt Ryan 5. Jared Goff

Team PIT KC IND ATL LAR

First Downs 248 237 236 236 233

2018 REDZONE PASSING TDs Y/A 9.62 8.79 8.48 8.36 8.31

Rk. Name 1. Patrick Mahomes 2 Andrew Luck 3t. Jared Goff Matt Ryan Russell Wilson

Team KC IND LAR ATL SEA

RZ TDs 35 32 23 23 23

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QUARTERBACK PATRICK MAHOMES - AN MVP SEASON In his first season as the team’s starting QB, Patrick Mahomes left his mark in both NFL and Chiefs record books each week. Below is a list of milestones he reached throughout the 2018 season. Week 1 at Los Angeles Chargers (W, 38-28) • 15 of 27 (55.5%) for 256 yards, 4 TD, 127.5 QB rating • Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week Week 2 at Pittsburgh Steelers (W, 42-37) • 23 of 28 (82.1%) for 326 yards, 6 TD, 154.8 QB rating • Chiefs Record: 6 TD passes in a single game • Tied QB Len Dawson’s record set in 1964 • Chiefs Record: 10 TD passes in first 2 games of season • Passed QB Len Dawson’s record of 7 TDs set in 1963 • NFL Record: 10 TD passes in first 2 games of season • Passed QBs Peyton Manning (2013), Drew Brees (2009) Charley Johnson (1965) who all had 9 • Youngest player in NFL History to pass for 6 TDs • AFC Offensive Player of the Week Week 3 vs. San Francisco 49ers (W, 38-27) • 24 of 38 (63.2%) for 314 yards, 3 TD, 115.5 QB rating • NFL Record: 13 TD passes through first 3 weeks of season • Passed QB Tom Brady’s 12 TD mark set in 2013 Week 4 at Denver Broncos (W, 27-23) • 28 of 45 (62.2%) for 304 yards, 1 TD, 89.5 QB rating • Chiefs Record: 1,200 passing yards through Week 4 • Passed Alex Smith’s mark of 1,110 passing yards set in 2015 • AFC Offensive Player of the Month Week 5 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (W, 30-14) • 22 of 38 (57.9%) for 313 yards, 0 TD, 62.7 QB rating • Chiefs Record: 1,513 passing yards through Week 5 • Passed Alex Smith’s mark of 1,391 passing yards set in 2015 Week 6 at New England Patriots (L, 43-40) • 23 of 36 (63.9%) 352 yards, 4 TD, 110.0 QB rating • Chiefs Record: 5 consecutive games with 300+ passing yards • Passed QBs Trent Green (2004) and Bill Kenney’s (1983) mark of four consecutive games of 300+ passing yards • Chiefs Record: 1,865 passing yards through Week 6 • Passed Alex Smith’s mark of 1,637 passing yards set in 2017 Week 7 vs. Cincinnati Bengals (W, 45-10) • 28 of 39 (71.8%) for 358 yards, 4 TD, 123.7 QB rating • NFL Record: 22 passing TDs through first 8 career games. • Passed QB Kurt Warner’s mark of 21 TDs (1998-99) • Chiefs Record: 6 consecutive games with 300+ passing yards • Passed Trent Green’s mark of 4 consecutive games (2004) • Chiefs Record: 2,223 passing yards through Week 7 • Passed Alex Smith’s mark of 1,979 passing yards set in 2017 • FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week Week 8 vs. Denver Broncos (W, 30-23) • 24 of 34 (70.6%) for 303 yards, 4 TD, 125.0 QB rating • NFL Record: 26 TD through first 9 career games • Passed QB Kurt Warner’s mark of 24 TDs (1998-99) • NFL Record: 2,810 passing yards through first 9 career games • Passed Andrew Luck’s mark of 2,631 passing yards (2012) • Chiefs Record: 7 consecutive games with 300+ passing yards • Extends his franchise record • FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week Week 9 at Cleveland Browns (W, 37-21) • 23 of 32 (71.9%) for 375 yards, 3 TD, 129.0 QB rating • NFL Record: 29 TD through first 10 career games • Passed QB Kurt Warner’s mark of 24 TDs (1998-99). • NFL Record: 3,185 passing yards through first 10 career games • Passed Andrew Luck’s mark of 2,965 passing yards (2012) • Chiefs Record: 8 consecutive games with 300+ passing yards

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Week 10 vs. Arizona Cardinals (W, 26-14) • 21 of 28 (75.0%) for 249 yards, 2 TD, 125.4 QB rating • NFL Record: 31 TD through first 11 career games • Passed QB Kurt Warner’s mark of 27 TDs (1998-99) • NFL Record: 3,434 passing yards through first 11 career games • Passed QB Andrew Luck’s mark of 3,205 passing yards (2012) • Chiefs Record: 31 TD passes in single season • Passed QB L. Dawson’s single-season record 30 TD passes (1964) Week 11 at Los Angeles Rams (L, 54-51) • 33 of 46 (71.7%) for 478 yards, 6 TD, 117.6 QB rating • Chiefs Record: 9 games in single season with 300+ passing yards • Passed QB Trent Green’s mark of 8 games in 2004 • Chiefs Record: 6 TD passes in single game • Tied his own franchise record set at Pittsburgh (9/16/18) • Chiefs Record: 37 TD passes in single season • Extends franchise record Week 13 at Oakland Raiders (W, 40-33) • 23 of 38 (60.5%) for 295 yards, 4 TD, 120.0 QB rating • NFL Record: Fastest player to 4,000 passing yds (4,207 in 13 games) • Chiefs Record: 10 games of 100.0+ passer rating in single season • Tied QB Steve DeBerg’s mark set in 1990 • Chiefs Record: 41 TD passes in single season • Extends franchise record Week 14 vs. Baltimore Ravens (W, 27-24) • 35 of 53 (66.0%) for 377 yards, 2 TD, 91.5 QB rating • Chiefs Record: 43 TD passes in single season • Extends franchise record • Chiefs Record: 10 games in a single season with 300+ passing yds. • Extends franchise record Week 15 vs. Los Angeles Chargers (L, 29-28) • 24 of 34 (70.6%) for 243 yards, 2 TD, 110.3 rating • Chiefs Record: 45 TD passes in single season • Extends franchise record • Chiefs Record: 11 games of 100.0+ passer rating in single season • Passed QB Steve DeBerg’s mark of 10 set in 1990 Week 16 at Seattle Seahawks (L, 38-31) • 23 of 40 (57.5%) for 273 yards, 3 TD, 103.4 rating • Chiefs Record: 48 TD passes in single season • Extends franchise record • Chiefs Record: 12 games of 100.0+ passer rating in single season • Extends franchise record • Chiefs Record: 4,816 passing yards in single season • Passed QB Trent Green’s mark of 4,591 yards set in 2004 • NFL Record: 31 TDs in road games in single season • Passed QB Tom Brady’s mark of 29 set in 2007 Week 17 vs. Oakland Raiders (W, 35-3) • 14 of 24 (58.3%) for 281 yards, 2 TD, 109.9 rating • Chiefs Record: 50 TD passes in single season • Extends franchise record • Chiefs Record: 13 games of 100.0+ passer rating in single season • Extends franchise record • Chiefs Record: 5,097 passing yards in single season • Extends franchise record • Chiefs Record: 383 passes completed in a single season • Passed QB Trent Green’s mark of 369 set in 2004 AFC Divisional Playoffs vs. Indianapolis Colts (W, 31-13) • 27 of 41 (65.8%) for 278 yards, 1 Rushing TD, 85.2 rating • Led Chiefs to first home playoff win since 1993 season. • Helped advance Chiefs to first home AFC Championship appearance. AFC Championship Game vs. New England Patriots (L, 31-37) • 16 of 31 (51.6%) for 295 yards, 3 TDs, 117.0 rating • Fourth-most passing yards in postseason game in team history • Second-most TD passes in a single postseason game in club history

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BY THE NUMBERS - PATRICK MAHOMES VS. THE NFL Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is in his third NFL season and second as the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s starter. Mahomes led the Chiefs to a 12-4 record in 2018 and the top seed in the AFC. Mahomes had 5,097 yards through the air in the 2018 season, the most in a season in franchise history, and his 50 passing touchdowns are tied for the second most all-time in a season in NFL history. (Below are regular season totals) AFC West Team Broncos Chargers Chiefs Raiders Total

G 3 2 0 2 7

Att. 114 61 0 62 237

Comp. 74 39 0 37 150

Yds. 891 499 0 576 1,966

TD 5 6 0 6 17

Int. 2 0 0 1 3

Pct. 64.9 63.9 0 59.7 63.3

Rtg. 96.1 122.2 0 116.1 108.0

AFC East Team Bills Dolphins Jets Patriots Total

G 0 0 0 1 1

Att. 0 0 0 36 36

Comp. 0 0 0 23 23

Yds. 0 0 0 352 352

TD 0 0 0 4 4

Int. 0 0 0 2 2

Pct. 0 0 0 63.9 63.9

Rtg. 0 0 0 110.0 110.0

AFC North Team Bengals Browns Ravens Steelers Total

G 1 1 1 1 4

Att. 39 32 53 28 152

Comp. 28 23 35 23 109

Yds. 358 375 377 326 1,436

TD 4 3 2 6 15

Int. 1 1 1 0 3

Pct. 71.8 71.9 66.0 82.1 71.2

Rtg. 123.7 129.0 91.5 154.8 125.9

AFC South Team Colts Jaguars Texans Titans Total

G 0 1 0 0 1

Att. 0 38 0 0 38

Comp. 0 22 0 0 22

Yds. 0 313 0 0 313

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Int. 0 2 0 0 2

Pct. 0 57.9 0 0 57.9

Rtg. 0 62.7 0 0 62.7

AFC Total

G 13

Att. 463

Comp. 304

Yds. 4,067

TD 36

Int. 10

Pct. 65.7

Rtg. 110.3

NFC East Team Cowboys Eagles Giants Redskins Total

G 0 0 0 0 0

Att. 0 0 0 0 0

Comp. 0 0 0 0 0

Yds. 0 0 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Int. 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. 0 0 0 0 0

Rtg. 0 0 0 0 0

NFC North Team Bears Lions Packers Vikings Total

G 0 0 0 0 0

Att. 0 0 0 0 0

Comp. 0 0 0 0 0

Yds. 0 0 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Int. 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. 0 0 0 0 0

Rtg. 0 0 0 0 0

NFC South Team Buccaneers Falcons Panthers Saints Total

G 0 0 0 0 0

Att. 0 0 0 0 0

Comp. 0 0 0 0 0

Yds. 0 0 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Int. 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. 0 0 0 0 0

Rtg. 0 0 0 0 0

NFC West Team 49ers Cardinals Rams Seahawks Total

G 1 1 1 1 4

Att. 38 28 46 40 152

Comp. 24 21 33 23 101

Yds. 314 249 478 273 1,314

TD 3 2 6 3 14

Int. 0 0 3 0 3

Pct. 63.2 75.0 71.7 57.5 66.4

Rtg. 115.5 125.4 117.6 103.4 115.9

NFC Total

G 4

Att. 152

Comp. 101

Yds. 1,314

TD 14

Int. 3

Pct. 66.4

Rtg. 116.0

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MISC. OFFENSIVE NOTES KELCE LOGS NFL RECORD

KELCE JOINS THE 5,000 CLUB - REC. STREAK

Chiefs TE Travis Kelce recorded 103 receptions for 1,336 yards in 2018, which stood as an NFL record for single-season receiving yards by a tight end until later that day when San Francisco TE George Kittle broke his record. Kelce now owns the second-most receiving yards in a single season by a tight end in NFL history.

With 77 receiving yards in Kansas City’s Week 14 game against Baltimore (12/9/18), TE Travis Kelce became just the second tight end in franchise history to cross the 5,000-yard plateau for their career, now owning 5,236 career receiving yards. He had five 100-yard receiving games in 2018.

NFL Leaders Single-Season Receiving Yards by a Tight End Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tm. SF KC NE NO SD

Name Year George Kittle 2018 Travis Kelce 2018 Rob Gronkowski 2011 Jimmy Graham 2011 Kellen Winslow 1980

Rec. 88 103 90 99 89

Yards 1,377 1,336 1,327 1,310 1,290

Avg. 15.6 13.0 14.7 13.2 14.5

Chiefs Record Book - Most Rec. Yards by a TE, Career Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Yards 10,940 5,236 3,101 2,396 1,541

Player Tony Gonzalez Travis Kelce Fred Arbanas Walter White Jonathan Hayes

Seasons 1997-08 2013-18 1962-70 1975-79 1985-93

TE Travis Kelce has recorded at least one pass reception in 79 consecutive games from Week 1 of the 2014 season (Sept. 7, 2014) through Week 17 of the 2018 season, which is good enough for the third-longest streak in franchise history. Chiefs Record Book - Consecutive Games with Reception Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Games 131 83 79 55 48

Player Tony Gonzalez Stephone Paige Travis Kelce Eddie Kennison Priest Holmes

Years Dec. 4, 2000 – Dec. 28, 2008 Nov. 17, 1985 – Sept. 29, 1991 Sept. 7, 2014 – Present Dec. 9, 2001 – Oct. 2, 2005 Sept. 9, 2001 – Sept. 19, 2004

KELCE YARDS AFTER CATCH 2018 CHIEFS PRO BOWL PLAYERS The National Football League announced on Dec. 18, 2018 that six members of the Kansas City Chiefs were selected to participate in the 2019 NFL Pro Bowl. Five of those players are currently on the Chiefs roster for 2019. Eric Fisher (Tackle) – 1st Nomination Tyreek Hill (Wide Receiver) – 3rd Nomination Travis Kelce (Tight End) – 4th Nomination Patrick Mahomes (Quarterback) – 1st Nomination Anthony Sherman (Fullback) – 1st Nomination Chiefs DE Chris Jones, P Dustin Colquitt, K Harrison Butker, LB Anthony Hitchens and T Mitchell Schwartz were named alternates. The 2019 Pro Bowl returned to Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches and players to determine its all-star teams. Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes won the AFC Offensive MVP for the Pro Bowl, earning a trophy and a car for his efforts in the game.

Since entering the NFL in 2013, Chiefs TE Travis Kelce ranks first among all tight ends in yards after catch. Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Pos. TE TE TE TE TE

Name Travis Kelce Rob Gronkowski Jimmy Graham Martellus Bennett Zach Ertz

Rec. 410 334 396 293 437

Yards 5,236 5,198 4,788 3,101 4,827

YAC 2,714 2,041 1,762 1,687 1,626

TE Travis Kelce has 5,236 receiving yards with 51.83% of those yards (2,714) coming after the catch in the 80 games he’s played in his career. Below is a list of elite NFL tight ends and where each ranks in percentage of total receiving yards coming after the catch through their first 80 games played. Tight End Travis Kelce Rob Gronkowski Shannon Sharpe Jason Witten Antonio Gates Tony Gonzalez

Yards 5,236 5,555 3,246 4,079 4,509 4,045

YAC 2,714 2,429 1,184 1,437 1,570 1,273

Pct. 51.83 43.73 36.48 35.23 34.82 31.47

KELCE OFF THE CHARTS Chiefs TE Travis Kelce ranks first among all tight ends in receiving yards since Week One of the 2016 season and eighth among all players. Kelce logged career highs in 2018 with 103 catches for 1,336 yards. NFL Leaders (Since Week 1 - 2016) Receiving Yards Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Pos. TE TE TE TE TE

Name Travis Kelce Zach Ertz Rob Gronkowski Jimmy Graham Eric Ebron

Rec. 271 268 141 177 180

Yards 3,499 2,803 2,306 2,079 2,035

Avg. 12.9 10.5 16.4 11.7 11.3

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MISC. OFFENSIVE NOTES PUT IT ON THE BOARD

MITCHELL SCHWARTZ ON A STREAK

In the 2018 regular season, the Chiefs ranked first in the NFL in points scored per game (35.3). The club also ranked first in the NFL in first quarter points scored (147), 42 more points than the next closest team.

Chiefs T Mitchell Schwartz ranks first among offensive tackles with 112 consecutive games started in his career. He has not missed a snap since entering the league. According to NFLGSIS, Schwartz has a streak of 7,093 consecutive snaps, the highest current streak number in the NFL. Schwartz and left tackle Eric Fisher lead the league among tackles with consecutive games played (Fisher has 85).

NFL Leaders - Points Per Game (2018) Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Team KC LAR NO NE IND

Points Per Game 35.3 32.9 31.5 27.3 27.1

Games 112

Team KC LAR CAR BAL NE

Chiefs FB Anthony Sherman has been one of the most consistent players in the NFL. Sherman ranks first among fullbacks in the NFL for consecutive games played. NFL Leaders, Consecutive Games Played, Fullbacks

1st Quarter Pts 147 105 96 88 88

Rk. Games 1. 96 2. 94

Through the 2018 season, the Chiefs scored touchdowns on 71.8 percent of their red zone possessions, which ranked second in the NFL. The club scored 51 touchdowns and 17 field goals on 71 drives within the opponent’s 20 yard line. RZ TDs RZ TD Pct 73.5 71.8 71.1 69.6 68.8

PROTECTING THE FOOTBALL UNDER REID Dating back to Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid’s arrival in 2013, the Kansas City offense has remained among the NFL’s top-five teams when it comes to protecting the football. The Chiefs have just 96 turnovers in that span ranking third in the NFL over that timespan. Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Team NE SEA KC GB MIN

G 96 96 96 96 96

TOs 88 95 96 112 119

Player Anthony Sherman Patrick DiMarco

Team Chiefs Bills

NET YARDS PER PLAY LEADERS

ROLLING IN THE REDZONE

NFL Leaders RZ TD Efficiency Rk. Team Red Zone Drives 1. PIT 49 36 2. KC 71 51 3. CIN 45 32 4. NO 69 48 5. IND 64 44

Team CLE/KC

ANTHONY SHERMAN ON A STREAK

NFL Leaders - 1st Quarter Pts Scored (2018) Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4t.

Player Mitchell Schwartz

In 2018, the Chiefs ranked first in the NFL in yards per play. NFL Leaders - Net Yards Per Play (2018) Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Team KC LAR LAC TB ATL

Net Yards Per Play 6.84 6.36 6.31 6.30 6.16

CHIEFS EMBRACING HELMET TECHNOLOGY The Kansas City Chiefs are among the league-leaders when it comes to the number of orders placed for the Vicis ZERO1 helmet, according to Chiefs Director of Equipment Allen Wright. The helmet consists of technology that’s new to the industry. The “ZERO1” features a soft outer shell and an underlying layer of columns designed to mitigate collisions from multiple directions.

RACKING UP THE POINTS

It’s the first helmet that’s made of a flexible polymer on the outside that deforms upon impact, much like that of a bumper on a car. It reduces the overall impact to the head, and it’s being used by many players around the league and the Chiefs. Kansas City currently has 24 players in Vicis helmets including: QB Patrick Mahomes, WR Sammy Watkins, K Harrison Butker, T Eric Fisher and LB Reggie Ragland among others.

Since Andy Reid was named Head Coach in 2013, the Chiefs have had at least four games each season where they’ve scored 30 or more points. In 2017, KC scored over 30 five times. In 2018, the club scored over 30 points 12 times, which is first in franchise history.

In collaboration with the NFL and the NFLPA, the 2019 helmet laboratory testing performance results chart, which is posted in locker rooms across the NFL, has the ZERO1 ranked as the best helmet on the market to reduce head impact severity.

Most 30-Point Games, Season Rk. Games Seasons 1. 12 2018 2. 8 1966, 2002, 2004 3. 7 1999, 2003 4. 6 1960, 1967, 2010 5. 5 1962, 1965, 1968, 1983, 1994, 2005, 2006, 2015, 2016, 2017

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MISC. OFFENSIVE NOTES HILL FINDING THE ENDZONE

HILL’S 50+ PRODUCTION

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill ranks third among all NFL receivers in overall touchdowns since the start of the 2016 season. Hill scored 12 receiving, one rushing and one return touchdown in 2018.

WR Tyreek Hill owns 18 plays of at least 50-yards with all but two resulting in a touchdown, including five return TDs (4 PR, 1 KR), nine receiving TDs and two rushing TDs. Below is a list of his 50+ yard plays. He owned five such plays last season, all resulting in a TD.

NFL Leaders (2016-18) Overall Touchdowns by a WR Rk. Name Touchdowns 1. Antonio Brown 36 2. Davante Adams 35 3. Tyreek Hill 34 4. DeAndre Hopkins 28 5. Mike Evans 26

HILL’S 25+ YARD CATCHES WR Tyreek Hill recorded 87 catches for 1,479 yards in 2018, including 22 catches of 25-yards or more, which ranked first in the NFL and is six more than the next person on the list. Rk. Name 1. Tyreek Hill 2t. Mike Evans T.Y. Hilton 4t. Antonio Brown Julio Jones DeAndre Hopkins Tyler Lockett

Rec. 87 86 76 104 113 115 57

Yards 1,479 1,524 1,270 1,297 1,677 1,572 965

TD 12 8 6 15 8 11 10

25+ 22 16 16 14 14 14 14

CHEETAH’S ROOKIE SEASON Rookie WR Tyreek Hill had six receiving touchdowns in 16 games ranking him tied for first in franchise history for most receiving touchdowns by a rookie. Below is a look at the Chiefs rookie record book for receiving TDs. Rk. Player 1t. Tyreek Hill Fred Arbanas Stephone Paige 4t. Chris Burford Otis Taylor Bill Jones Tim Barnett Dwayne Bowe

TD 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

Season 2016 1962 1983 1960 1965 1990 1991 2007

Player Tyreek Hill Tavon Austin Jamison Crowder Jalen Richard Brandon Tate

Team KC LA WAS OAK BUF

Ret. 39 44 27 34 26

Yards 592 364 328 306 301

Opp. @ SD @ LAC @ DEN @ HOU @ NYJ OAK @ NE @ NE @ LAR DEN TEN OAK @ OAK LAC @ LAC @ DAL MIA @ OAK

50+ Yard Play 95-yard PR TD 91-yard PR TD 86-yard KR TD 82-yard PR TD 79-yard TD reception 78-yard PR TD 75-yard TD reception 75-yard TD reception 73-yard TD reception 70-yard TD rush 68-yard TD rush 67-yard TD reception 64-yard TD reception 64-yard TD reception 58-yard TD reception 56-yard TD reception 52-yard reception 50-yard PR

• The Chiefs are 11-6 in games that Hill records a play of 50+ yards. • He’s recorded a play of 50+ yards in 36 percent (17 of the 47) of the games he’s played in. • Hill has had one game with two plays of 50+ yards both resulting in touchdowns. In the club’s 2018 season opener at Los Angeles, Hill recorded a 91-yard punt return and a 58-yard TD reception. Hill joined Pro Football Hall of Famer Bob Hayes (December 8, 1968 vs. Pittsburgh) and Tavon Austin (November 10, 2013 at Indianapolis) as the only players in NFL history to record a 50+ yard touchdown catch and a 90+ yard punt-return touchdown in a single game. (Credit NFL Stats) • His 95- and 91-yard punt returns rank first and fourth, respectively, in franchise history. Hill’s four career punt return TDs (all were 50+ yards) rank tied for second place in franchise history.

SAMMY WATKINS RECEIVING AVG.

Hill found a knack for returning punts early in his career. Through 16 games, the newcomer led the NFL in punt return yards with 592 total yards. Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Date Jan. 1, 2017 Sept. 9, 2018 Nov. 27, 2016 Oct. 8, 2017 Dec. 3, 2017 Dec. 8, 2016 Oct. 14, 2018 Sept. 7, 2017 Nov. 19, 2018 Dec. 25, 2016 Dec. 18, 2016 Dec. 30, 2018 Oct. 19, 2017 Dec. 16, 2017 Sept. 9, 2018 Nov. 5, 2017 Dec. 24, 2017 Oct. 16, 2016

Avg. 15.2 8.3 12.1 9.0 11.6

Since entering the NFL in 2014, WR Sammy Watkins has the fifth-most yards per catch among all active wide receivers with 200+ receptions. Rk. 1. 2. 3t. 5t.

Name DeSean Jackson T.Y. Hilton Marvin Jones Jr. Mike Evans Sammy Watkins Kenny Stills

Rec. 233 375 216 395 232 227

Yards 4,144 6,153 3,355 6,103 3,571 3,497

Avg 17.8 16.4 15.5 15.5 15.4 15.4

• According to ESPN Stats & Info, Hill became the first player with a rushing TD, receiving TD and kick return TD in a single game since Gale Sayers (1965 Bears against Vikings) with his performance against the Denver Broncos on Nov. 27, 2016. • According to the National Football League, during Hill’s kickoff return touchdown vs. Denver on Nov. 27, Hill reached a maximum speed of 22.77 miles per hour on his TD run, the fastest by a ball carrier in the NFL in 2016. Hill was clocked at 23.24 MPH in a kickoff return against Houston on Sept. 18, 2016, but the play was nulified by penalty.

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CHIEFS DEFENSIVE NOTES CHIEFS TAKEAWAYS UNDER REID Dating back to 2013 when Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid arrived in Kansas City, the Chiefs defense ranks first in the AFC and second in the NFL when it comes to forcing opponent turnovers, tallying 165 total takeaways. Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4t.

Team CAR KC PHI SEA LAR

G 96 96 96 96 96

Takeaways 166 165 159 156 156

INTS SINCE 2013 The Chiefs rank third in the AFC and tied for third in the NFL with 98 interceptions since 2013. Rk. 1. 2. 3t. 5.

INTs 105 101 98 98 95

Team Buffalo Bills Cincinnati Bengals Kansas City Chiefs Carolina Panthers New York Giants

INT RETURN TDS SINCE 2013 POINTS PER GAME ALLOWED Dating back to 2013, Kansas City’s defense ranks third in the NFL in allowing opposing teams to score just 20.3 points per game. Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Team Seattle Seahawks New England Patriots Kansas City Chiefs Baltimore Ravens Minnesota Vikings

PPG 18.1 19.1 20.3 20.5 21.1

The Chiefs have returned 17 of their 98 interceptions for touchdowns since 2013, the most in the NFL over that span. Rk. 1. 2t. 5.

INT TDs 17 14 14 14 13

Team Kansas City Chiefs Arizona Cardinals Denver Broncos Chicago Bears Houston Texans

GET YOUR HANDS DIRTY PASSES DEFENSED Going back to 2013, the club ranks first in the NFL for most passes defensed with 519 passes defensed. Rk. 1. 2. 3.

Team Kansas City Chiefs Cincinnati Bengals Denver Broncos

PD 519 512 499

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED Since 2013, the Chiefs have allowed only 64 rushing touchdowns, which ranks fifth in the AFC in that span. Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Team New England Patriots Baltimore Ravens Houston Texans New York Jets Kansas City Chiefs

Rushing TDs Allowed 44 58 62 63 64

Getting after the opposing quarterback has been a point of pride for the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs totaled 47.0 team sacks in 2015, 28.0 sacks in 2016 and had 31.0 in 2017.The club had 52.0 sacks in 2018, tying for the NFL lead. LB Chris Jones DL Dee Ford LB Justin Houston DL Allen Bailey DT Xavier Williams LB Breeland Speaks

15.5 13.0 9.0 6.0 2.5 1.5

LB Terrance Smith S Ron Parker S Armani Watts S Jordan Lucas LB Reggie Ragland

1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5

GLOBAL TIES The 2019 Chiefs roster has several global ties, including four internationally born players. • G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is from Quebec, where he attended McGill University and became just the second player out of McGill to be drafted into the NFL. Sticking to his Canadian roots during the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, Duvernay-Tardif served as a reporter for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

OPPONENT COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Dating back to 2013, Kansas City’s pass defense is allowing opposing quarterbacks to complete just 58.7 percent of passes, ranking first in the NFL. Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Comp. % 58.7 60.0 60.1 60.4 60.9

Team Kansas City Chiefs Denver Broncos Buffalo Bills New England Patriots New York Jets

OPPONENT PASSER RATING Since 2013, the Chiefs are holding opposing teams to an 82.5 passer rating, placing them third in the AFC and fourth in the NFL. Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Passer Rtg 79.9 80.1 82.3 82.5 82.8

Team Buffalo Bills Seattle Seahawks Cincinnati Bengals Kansas City Chiefs Denver Broncos

• Despite not being born internationally, LB Tanoh Kpassagnon spent his summers visiting his father, an economist in Ivory Coast. • After S Daniel Sorensen’s freshman season at BYU in 2008, he missed the next two football seasons while he was serving in the Costa Rica San Jose Mission from 2010-11. • Five Chiefs players on the roster have roots in Nigeria. DE Emmanuel Ogbah was born in Lagos, Nigeria, and moved with his family to Texas when he was nine years old. LB Jeremiah Attaochu was born in Ibadan, Nigeria and moved to the United States at age eight. T Chidi Okeke moved to the United States from Anambra, Nigeria. DT Derrick Nnadi and DE Alex Okafor are both first generation Americans whose parents immigrated to the United States from Nigeria.

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CHIEFS DEFENSIVE NOTES CHIEFS EXCEL WHEN SACKING THE QB The Chiefs have placed an emphasis on putting pressure on opposing quarterbacks. Kansas City has recorded 6.0 or more team sacks 59 times in team history. In those 59 games, Kansas City has a 53-5-1 (.907) record and has outscored its opponents 1,729-719. Record When Recording 6.0 or More Team Sacks Date 12/4/1960 12/18/1960 9/23/1962 12/8/1963 12/14/1963 11/8/1964 10/31/1965 10/8/1967 9/28/1968 11/10/1968 12/8/1968 12/14/1968 10/26/1969 11/2/1969 9/28/1970 12/6/1970 10/1/1972 11/12/1973 12/2/1973 9/23/1979 10/5/1980 11/13/1983 11/27/1983 9/30/1984 12/8/1985 9/21/1986 9/23/1990 10/7/1990 11/11/1990 12/2/1990 10/7/1991 11/17/1991 10/11/1992 11/8/1992 12/27/1992 10/3/1993 10/17/1994 10/1/1995 9/15/1996 11/16/1997 12/7/1997 12/14/1997 9/6/1998 12/26/1998 9/17/2000 11/26/2000 12/10/2000 12/8/2002 12/4/2011 9/8/2013 9/19/2013 10/13/2013 12/8/2013 10/26/2014 12/28/2014 11/1/2015 1/3/2016 10/30/2016 9/17/2017

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Opponent Houston Buffalo @ Oakland Denver Boston Oakland Oakland Miami @ Miami @ Cincinnati @ San Diego @ Denver Cincinnati @ Buffalo @ Baltimore Denver @ Denver Chicago Cleveland Oakland @ Oakland Cincinnati @ Seattle Cleveland Atlanta Houston @ Green Bay @ Indianapolis Seattle @ New England Buffalo Denver Philadelphia San Diego Denver LA Raiders @ Denver @ Arizona @ Seattle Denver Oakland @ San Diego Oakland @ Oakland San Diego @ San Diego Carolina St. Louis Chicago @ Jacksonville @ Philadelphia Oakland @ Washington St. Louis San Diego Detroit Oakland @ Indianapolis Philadelphia

Sacks 7.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 7.0 6.0 7.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 7.0 6.0 9.0 7.0 6.0 8.0 6.0 7.0 7.0 6.0 7.0 6.0 11.0 7.0 7.0 6.0 7.0 9.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 7.0 7.0 6.0 6.0 7.0 10.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 7.0 7.0 6.0 6.0 9.0 6.0 7.0 7.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Yds 54 37 67 47 54 65 62 77 55 35 61 78 23 93 73 45 63 64 50 55 54 49 40 78 53 42 35 62 70 44 43 47 39 56 56 46 30 68 18 38 45 34 58 44 31 28 18 49 45 50 34 63 31 44 42 32 37 38 34

Result W, 24-0 W, 24-7 W, 26-16 W, 52-21 W, 35-3 W, 42-7 W, 14-7 W, 41-0 W, 48-3 W, 16-9 W, 40-3 W, 30-7 W, 42-22 W, 29-7 W, 44-24 W, 16-0 W, 45-24 W, 19-7 T, 20-20 W, 35-7 W, 31-17 W, 20-15 L, 48-51 (OT) W, 10-6 W, 38-10 W, 27-13 W, 17-3 L, 19-23 L, 16-17 W, 37-7 W, 33-6 L, 20-24 W, 24-17 W, 16-14 W, 42-20 W, 24-9 W, 31-28 W, 24-3 W, 35-17 W, 24-22 W, 30-0 W 29-7 W, 28-8 W, 31-24 W, 42-10 L, 16-17 W, 15-14 W, 49-10 W, 10-3 W, 28-2 W, 26-16 W, 24-7 W, 45-10 W, 34-7 W, 19-7 W, 45-10 W, 23-17 W, 30-14 W, 27-20

CHIEFS DEFENSE NO STRANGER TO END ZONE The Chiefs defense had four-return TDs last season. KC’s defense had three TDs in 2017. In 2016, KC found the end zone five times. The Chiefs found the end zone six times on defense in 2015. In 2014, the Chiefs had one return TD on defense. In 2013, the Chiefs defense found the end zone six times. Below is a look at Kansas City’s most recent defensive touchdowns. Kansas City is 119-30-2 (.795) when producing a defensive score. KC is 110-27-1 (.801) when scoring a defensive TD and 14-3-1 (.806) when recording a safety. Kansas City’s defense ranks third in the NFL in scoring defense since 2013. Most Recent Defensive Scores Date Opponent Defensive Score 12/30/18 OAK S Dan Sorensen 54-yd INT return 11/19/18 @ LAR DE Allen Bailey 2-yd fum. return 10/21/18 CIN S Ron Parker 33-yd INT return 10/7/18 JAX DL Chris Jones 20-yd INT return 12/31/17 @ DEN LB Ramik Wilson 11-yd fum. return 10/30/17 DEN CB Marcus Peters 45-yd fum. return 10/2/17 WAS LB Justin Houston 13-yd fum. return 12/4/16 @ ATL S Eric Berry 37-yd INT return 11/27/16 @ DEN LB Justin Houston safety (R. Okung) 11/13/16 @ CAR S Eric Berry 42-yd INT return 10/23/16 NO S Daniel Sorensen 48-yd INT return 9/25/16 NYJ LB Derrick Johnson 55-yd INT return 12/20/15 @ BAL CB Marcus Peters 90-yd INT return 12/20/15 @ BAL S Tyvon Branch 73-yd fumble return 12/6/15 @ OAK S Tyvon Branch 38-yd INT return 11/22/15 SD LB Justin Houston 17-yd INT return 10/11/15 CHI LB Ramik Wilson FR in endzone 9/17/15 DEN CB Marcus Peters 55-yd INT return 9/29/14 NE S Husain Abdullah 39-yd INT return 12/15/13 @ OAK S Eric Berry 47-yard INT return 11/3/13 @ BUF LB Tamba Hali 11-yard fumble return 11/3/13 @ BUF CB Sean Smith 100-yd INT return 10/13/13 OAK S Husain Abdullah 44-yd INT return 9/19/13 @ PHI S Eric Berry 38-yd INT return 9/8/13 @ JAX LB Tamba Hali 10-yd INT return

Result W, 35-3 L, 51-54 W, 45-10 W, 30-14 W, 27-24 W, 29-19 W, 29-20 W, 29-28 W, 30-27 W, 20-17 W, 27-21 W, 24-3 W, 34-14 W, 34-14 W, 34-20 W, 33-3 L, 18-17 L, 31-24 W, 41-14 W, 56-31 W, 23-13 W, 23-13 W, 24-7 W, 26-16 W, 28-2

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SPECIAL TEAMS NOTES BUTTKICKER.COM

COLQUITT INSIDE THE 20

In his rookie season in 2017, K Harrison Butker recorded 142 points, ranking first in franchise history for most points by a kicker in a single season, passing Nick Lowery’s previous mark of 139 set in 1990. His 142 points rank third in franchise history for most points in a single-season by a player at any position. Butker holds the franchise record for most field goals with 38. Butker converted a field goal in 13 consecutive games, the second-longest individual steak in a single-season in franchise history.

Dating back to 2005, Chiefs P Dustin Colquitt leads all NFL punters in pinning opponents inside the 20. His current mark of 441 stands as a Chiefs franchise record.

CHIEFS MOST POINTS, SEASON, KICKER Points Player 1. 142 Harrison Butker 2. 139 Nick Lowery 3. 137 Harrison Butker 4t. 129 Jan Stenerud Cairo Santos Cairo Santos

Year 2017 1990 2018 1968 2015 2016

CHIEFS MOST POINTS, SEASON Points Player 1. 162 Priest Holmes 2. 144 Priest Holmes 3. 142 Harrison Butker 4. 139 Nick Lowery 5. 137 Harrison Butker

Year 2003 2002 2017 1990 2018

Rk. 1. 2. 3 4. 5.

Player Dustin Colquitt Sam Koch Andy Lee Donnie Jones Shane Lechler

TM KC BAL ARI LAC ---

Punts 1,076 1,006 1,133 1,131 1,084

Avg 44.9 45.3 47.0 45.5 48.1

In. 20 441 384 379 373 355

Net Avg. 39.7 39.5 40.2 39.6 40.0

COLQUITT PINS OPPONENTS Chiefs P Dustin Colquitt finished tied for first in the NFL for most punts inside the 20-yard line with 35 in 2013. Colquitt set a personal singleseason career high, a team record and was one punt shy of tying an NFL record for most punts inside the 20 with 45 in 2012. In 2014, 30 of his 66 punts landed inside the 20. He had 37 in 2015. In 2016, he landed 37 inside the 20. In 2017, he had 29 inside the 20. He is the Chiefs all-time leader in punts inside the 20 with 441. NFL RECORD BOOK: PUNTS INSIDE 20, SINGLE SEASON

QUALITY SPECIAL TEAMS PLAY Over the past six seasons (2013-18) under Special Teams Coordinator Dave Toub, the Chiefs special teams units have performed consistently. In fact, over the six-year span, the club ranks second in the league in kick return average and first in punt return average. Additionally, the Chiefs have a combined 11 return touchdowns, which ranks first in the league. Rk. 1. 2. 3 4. 5.

Team Baltimore Kansas City Minnesota Cincinnati Indianapolis

KR 210 257 242 234 201

Yds. 5,376 6,506 6,070 5,665 4,854

Avg. 25.6 25.3 25.1 24.2 24.1

TDs 3 4 5 0 1

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Team Kansas City Baltimore Minnesota Philadelphia Detroit

PR 251 214 185 187 184

Yds. 2,728 2,323 1,984 1,866 1,819

Avg. 10.9 10.9 10.7 10.0 9.9

TDs 7 4 4 4 5

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4 5.

Team Kansas City Minnesota Philadelphia Baltimore Detroit

PR TDs 7 4 4 4 5

KR TDs 4 5 4 3 1

Tot TDs 11 9 8 7 6

Rank 1. 2. 3.

Inside 20 51 46 45

Player Johnny Hekker (LAR) Dave Zastudil (ARI) Dustin Colquitt (KC)

Year 2016 2012 2012

CHIEFS RECORD BOOK: PUNTS INSIDE 20, CAREER Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Inside 20 441 117 62 58 54

Player Dustin Colquitt Louie Aguiar Bryan Barker Jim Arnold Kelly Goodburn

Years 2005-18 1994-98 1990-93 1983-85 1987-90

KICK RETURN RECORD The NFL record for highest kickoff return average in a single season was previously 29.4, set by the 1972 Chicago Bears. Under Special Teams Coordinator Dave Toub, the Chiefs took over the the top mark in NFL history in 2013 averaging 29.9 yards per return. NFL RECORD BOOK - KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE, SEASON Rk. Team Avg. Year 1. Kansas City 29.9 2013 2. Chicago 29.4 1972 3. Pittsburgh 28.9 1952 4. Baltimore 28.3 2014

HILL MAKING HISTORY Chiefs wide receiver and return specialist Tyreek Hill has a knack for finding the end zone when teams kick to him. In 47 games thus far he has returned five kicks for scores. Below is where he ranks in team history. Chiefs Record Book - Career Returns for TDs Rk. 1. 2. 3 4. 5.

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Player Dante Hall Tamarick Vanover Tyreek Hill J.T. Smith Dexter McCluster

PR 5 4 4 4 3

KR 6 4 1 0 0

Total 11 8 5 4 3

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2019 OFFSEASON NOTES QB PATRICK MAHOMES CLEANS UP 2018 AWARDS

CHIEFS BOLSTER ROSTER WITH MOVES ON DEFENSE

First-year starting QB Patrick Mahomes led the Kansas City Chiefs to the team’s first AFC Championship Game appearance since 1994, ultimately being recognized for his seasonal efforts with a plethora of acknowledgments.

The Kansas City Chiefs made quick work in the unrestricted free agency period of the offseason, signing S Tyrann Mathieu one day after the opening of the official signing period. Just over one month later, the additions continued on the defensive side of the ball as General Manager Brett Veach and the personnel staff orchestrated a trade with the Seattle Seahawks to acquire DE Frank Clark.

The 23-year-old Mahomes became the youngest NFL Most Valuable Player Award recipient since Pro Football Hall of Famer Dan Marino (1984) at NFL Honors, one week removed from being named MVP of the Pro Bowl Game where he helped lead the AFC to a convincing victory over the NFC, 26-7. Mahomes became the first MVP Award recipient in Chiefs history shortly after receiving his First-Team All-Pro nod. Continuing recognition at the highest level across the National Football League, Mahomes was awarded the ESPY for Best NFL Player and was named AFC Offensive Player of Year at the 101 Awards. In the final puzzle piece to close the door to the 2018 NFL season, Mahomes ranked No. 4 in the NFL’s Top 100 Players of 2019 poll, as voted on by the players.

CHIEFS NAME SPAGNUOLO NEW DC Head Coach Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs announced on Jan. 24 that the club had hired former NFL head coach and long-time NFL assistant coach Steve Spagnuolo as Defensive Coordinator. “Steve is a bright defensive mind with a lot of coaching experience and success in our league,” Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid said. “I know him well from our time together in Philadelphia and I feel that his leadership skills and teaching abilities, combined with his scheme, will be a great fit for our team as we move forward.”

“Tyrann’s a player we’ve had our eyes on for a while now, and we’re excited about him joining our team,” Chiefs General Manager Brett Veach said. “He’s versatile and tough, with a lot of playmaking ability. He’ll be a great addition to our secondary.” “Brett and his staff did a tremendous job working to get Tyrann here in Kansas City,” Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid said. “He’s a talented player and very physical on the football field. We are excited to get started working with him this offseason.” With the acquisition of Clark, the Chiefs established a presence on the edge to fit new Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo’s style and system. “We’re happy to add Frank to our team,” Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid said. “Competing against him and watching his film, you can see how physical and impressive he is in both the run and the pass game. He’s young and has consistently played at a high level since he entered the league. Congrats to Brett and his team, as well as Frank’s representatives on getting this deal done.”

Spagnuolo now brings more than 36 years of coaching experience across the collegiate and professional ranks to the Chiefs, including a tenure of nearly two decades in the NFL. Most recently, Spagnuolo served as the defensive coordinator of coach for the final four weeks of the 2017 season. His three years coordinating New York’s defense marked his second stint in that role as he served as the Giants defensive coordinator from 2007-08. Spagnuolo’s defense helped lead the Giants to a 17-14 victory over the previously undefeated New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. After his first stop with the Giants (2007-08), Spagnuolo was hired as head coach of the St. Louis Rams, where he spent three seasons at the helm (2009-11) and led the Rams to a six-game turnaround between 2009-10. Spagnuolo also had a stint as defensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints (2012) and spent two seasons on the defensive staff of the Baltimore Ravens, first as a senior defensive assistant (2013) and then as assistant head coach/secondary coach (2014). Spagnuolo broke into the NFL under Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid when Reid held the same position with the Philadelphia Eagles (1999-2012). Spagnuolo spent eight seasons (1999-2006), holding the positions of defensive assistant/quality control coach (1999-2000), defensive backs coach (2001-03) and linebackers coach (2004-06). While with the Eagles, Spagnuolo was part of four consecutive NFC East titles, reached four straight conference title games and earned a Super Bowl appearance following the 2004 season.

CHIEFS EXTEND BUTKER AND SCHWARTZ The Kansas City Chiefs reached agreements to extend the contracts of both K Harrison Butker and T Mitchell Schwartz. Butker, the former seventh-round pick out of Georgia Tech by the Carolina Panthers in 2017, was originally signed by the Chiefs from the Panthers practice squad two seasons ago. Before culminating the offseason, the Chiefs and Butker mutually agreed to a five-year contract extension. Butker has converted 62-of-69 career field goals in his two seasons for the Chiefs, garnering a nomination on the PFWA All-Rookie team in 2017. Butker was also named the AFC’s Special Teams Player of the Month for December of the 2017 season. Butker’s contribution of 137 points in 2018 added to the team’s franchise-record of 565 total points scored, which ranked third all-time in NFL history. A key piece of the offensive unit that assisted in scoring the most points in franchise history was T Mitchell Schwartz, who also agreed to an extension prior to the commencement of the 2019 season. By agreeing to the extension, Schwartz’s current deal currently has him as a member of the Chiefs through the 2021 season. Schwartz earned a First-Team All-Pro nod following the 2018 season. The former second-round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns has recorded 112 consecutive starts since entering the league in 2012 and owns the highest current streak of consecutive snaps in the NFL (7,397).

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2019 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS DRAFT CLASS

SPAGNUOLO ROUNDS OUT DEFENSIVE STAFF

WR Mecole Hardman was selected as the first of two second-round picks for the Chiefs (56th overall). Hardman hauled in 59 catches for 950 yards and 11 touchdowns in his last 29 games for the Georgia Bulldogs, averaging 16.1 yards per catch. He tallied seven catches of 30+ yards and four of at least 50+ yards in 2018.

Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo and the Kansas City Chiefs enter 2019 with a defensive coaching staff that features members with scheme and organizational familiarity, along with championship experience.

DB Juan Thornhill was tabbed as the Chiefs’ second and final secondround pick of the 2019 NFL Draft. Thornhill was selected 63rd overall out of the University of Virginia. Thornhill was a three-year starter at UVA, tallying 208 tackles, 39 passes defensed, 13 INTs, 12.0 tackles-for-loss, 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble from 2016-18. He entered his senior season on the Nagurski and Bednarik watch lists and finished his career at Virginia as an AP All-ACC selection in 2018. DL Khalen Saunders rounded out the Day 2 picks for the Chiefs, as Kansas City selected Saunders with the 84th overall selection out of Western Illinois. Saunders racked up 25 tackles-for-loss and 14.0 sacks over the last two seasons for the Leathernecks, earning AP FCS Second-Team All-American honors as a senior. Following his efforts at the FCS level, Saunders also earned an invite to the 2019 Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. DB Rashad Fenton was selected with one of the team’s two sixth-round picks in the 2019 NFL Draft. Fenton was taken with the 201st overall selection out of the University of South Carolina. Fenton tallied a teamleading three interceptions in 2018 to go along with 34 tackles, six pass breakups and 2.5 tackles-for-loss. Fenton appeared in 48 games (30 starts) over the course of his four-year career for the Gamecocks, recording 122 tackles, 24 passes defensed, five picks and a forced fumble. RB Darwin Thompson was chosen by the Chiefs with the 214th overall pick on the team’s second sixth-round selection. Thompson played just one season at Utah State, but tallied 1,044 rushing yards and 14 scores in 2018, averaging 6.8 yards per attempt, good for the 13th-best mark in the country. Contributing out of the backfield, Thompson hauled in 23 passes or 351 yards and two touchdowns to earn second-team AllMountain West honors. G Nick Allegretti was selected in the seventh round (216th overall) by the Chiefs out of the University of Illinois. Allegretti was a two-time captain at Illinois over his four-year career, earning Second-Team All-Big 10 honors from the media in 2018. He didn’t miss a start over his final three years on the team. Allegretti also won the 2019 Big 10 Medal of Honor, which is awarded to one student athlete from the graduating class at each university who excelled both on and off the field. He was a four-time member of the Academic All-Big Ten, as well.

DEFENSIVE COACHING STAFF Steve Spagnuolo – Defensive Coordinator Brendan Daly – Run Game Coordinator/Defensive Line Matt House – Linebackers Dave Merritt – Defensive Backs Sam Madison – Defensive Backs/Cornerbacks Britt Reid – Linebackers/Outside Linebackers Terry Bradden – Defensive Quality Control Alex Whittingham – Defensive Quality Control Connor Embree – Defensive Assistant Daly, House, Merritt, Madison and Embree will be joining the Chiefs staff for the first time in each of their careers, while Reid, Bradden and Whittingham will be returning to the defensive staff in 2019. Brendan Daly begins his first season with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2019 as the club’s Run Game Coordinator/Defensive Line Coach after serving four seasons as the Defensive Line Coach for the New England Patriots. Daly spent three seasons (2009-11) with Chiefs Defensive Coordinator and then-Rams Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo as the Defensive Line Coach in St. Louis. Matt House, entering his first season as Linebackers Coach of the Chiefs, served as Defensive Coordinator/Insider Linebackers Coach for the past two seasons at the University of Kentucky. Dave Merritt will tutor the DBs in 2019. He joins Kansas City after spending last season as the Defensive Backs Coach with the Arizona Cardinals. Before coaching in Arizona, Merritt spent 14 seasons with the New York Giants, where he was a Defensive Assistant (2004-05) and Secondary/Safeties Coach (2006-17), winning Super Bowls XLII and XLVI. With the Giants, Merritt worked under Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo. Sam Madison will serve the Chiefs in 2019 as the Defensive Backs/Cornerbacks Coach. Madison played cornerback in the National Football League for 12 seasons, the first nine with the Miami Dolphins (1997-2005). Following his time in Miami, Madison played three seasons with the New York Giants (2006-08), two came under Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo and all three under Defensive Backs Coach David Merritt. During their time together, Madison, Spagnuolo and Merritt won Super Bowl XLII.

NEW TO THE KINGDOM Since the beginning of 2019, the Kansas City Chiefs signed/traded for a number of players to bolster the roster heading into the regular season. Pos. LB TE DE RB LB DB DE DE CB

Name Jeremiah Attaochu Blake Bell Frank Clark Carlos Hyde Darron Lee Tyrann Mathieu Emmanuel Ogbah Alex Okafor Morris Claiborne

Last Team N.Y. Jets Minnesota Seattle Jacksonville N.Y. Jets Houston Cleveland New Orleans N.Y. Jets

How Acquired Signed Signed Trade Signed Trade Signed Trade Signed Signed

KANSAS CITY AWARDED 2023 NFL DRAFT The NFL announced that Kansas City was selected to host the 2023 NFL Draft at the annual Spring League Meeting in Key Biscayne, Fla. The 2023 NFL Draft will take place in Kansas City in the iconic area around Union Station and the National World War I Museum and Memorial, bringing fans together to celebrate one of the most-anticipated sports events of the year. “We are excited to work with the Kansas City Chiefs and the City of Kansas City to showcase the area for a week-long celebration of football that will be watched by millions of fans,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. “This is a historic day for Kansas City and Chiefs Kingdom, and we are thrilled to be named the host city for the 2023 NFL Draft,” said Clark Hunt, Chairman & CEO of the Kansas City Chiefs.

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CHIEFS MISCELLANEOUS NOTES BY THE NUMBERS

OWNERSHIP OF 50+ YEARS The Chiefs are one of only six current NFL franchises that have been owned by the same individual family for over 50 years. Ownership Halas Family Bidwill Family Rooney Family Hunt Family Adams Family Ford Family

Franchise Chicago Bears Arizona Cardinals Pittsburgh Steelers Kansas City Chiefs Tennessee Titans Detroit Lions

Years 98 87 86 60 60 56

2

Super Bowl appearances

3

AFL Championship appearances

9

AFC West Division Championships

479

Franchise wins including postseason

13

Pro Football Hall of Famers

49

Chiefs Hall of Famers

221

NFL IMPORTANT DATES 2019 Aug. 15-19 ...............................................Second Preseason Weekend Aug. 22-25 ...................................................Third Preseason Weekend Aug. 29 ............................................................Final Preseason Games Aug. 31 .................................................. Roster Reduced to 53 Players Sept. 1 ...........................................Claiming Period for Waived Players Sept. 1 ............................ Clubs Can Establish 10-Man Practice Squad Sept. 5, 8-9 ................................................ Regular Season Week One Oct. 6 ..................................NFL London Series - Chicago vs. Oakland Oct. 13 ........................... NFL London Series - Carolina vs. Tampa Bay Oct. 15-16 ................... Fall League Meetings, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Oct. 27 ............................ NFL London Series - Cincinnati vs. LA Rams Oct. 29 ...........................................................................Trade Deadline Nov. 3 ...........................NFL London Series - Houston vs. Jacksonville Nov. 12 .............................Signing Period Ends for Franchised Players Nov. 18 ............................NFL Mexico Series - Chiefs vs. LA Chargers Dec. 12 .................................................League Meetings - Las Colinas Dec. 29 ......................................... Final Week of Regular Season Play 2020 Jan. 4-5............................................................. NFL Wild Card Playoffs Jan. 11-12 ......................................................... NFL Divisional Playoffs Jan. 18 ..................... East-West Shrine Game - St. Petersburg, Florida Jan. 19 ........................................ AFC and NFC Championship Games Jan. 25 ................................................... Senior Bowl, Mobile, Alabama Jan. 26 ............................................................................. NFL Pro Bowl Feb. 2 ..................Super Bowl LIV, Hard Rock Stadium - South Florida Feb. 24-March 2 .................NFL Scouting Combine - Indianapolis, Ind. March 18...........................2020 League Year and Free Agency Begins March 29-April 1 ..........Annual League Meetings, Palm Beach, Florida April 20 ....................................................... Offseason Program Begins April 23-25 ............................................ NFL Draft, Las Vegas, Nevada

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Number of Chiefs wins vs. AFC West opponents, the most of any other AFC West team in intradivision affairs (reg. and postseason combined)

10

Retired Chiefs numbers

60

The club is in its 60th season of existence

82,893

Largest crowd (regular season)

142.2

Highest decibel level at Arrowhead Stadium

207

Games won by Head Coach Andy Reid

24.7

Average Age of the Current Chiefs Roster

5

Walter Payton Man of the Year Recipients

48

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CHIEFS ALL-TIME YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS YEAR 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

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PRESEASON REG. SEASON PLAYOFFS 6-0 .........................8-6 .........................0-0 4-1 .........................6-8 .........................0-0 2-3 ........................11-3 ........................1-0 3-2 ....................... 5-7-2........................0-0 4-1 .........................7-7 .........................0-0 3-2 ....................... 7-5-2........................0-0 4-0 ...................... 11-2-1 .............. 1-1(S.B. loss) 4-1 .........................9-5 .........................0-0 4-1 ........................12-2 ........................0-1 6-0 ........................11-3 ............... 3-0 (S.B. win) 4-3 ....................... 7-5-2........................0-0 4-1-1 .................... 10-3-1.......................0-1 5-2 .........................8-6 .........................0-0 2-4 ....................... 7-5-2........................0-0 3-3 .........................5-9 .........................0-0 3-3 .........................5-9 .........................0-0 2-4 .........................5-9 .........................0-0 3-3 ........................2-12 ........................0-0 2-2 ........................4-12 ........................0-0 3-1 .........................7-9 .........................0-0 3-1 .........................8-8 .........................0-0 1-3 .........................9-7 .........................0-0 2-1-1 .......................3-6 .........................0-0 2-2 ........................6-10 ........................0-0 1-3 .........................8-8 .........................0-0 3-1 ........................6-10 ........................0-0 2-2 ........................10-6 ........................0-1 4-1 ........................4-11 ........................0-0 2-1-1 .................... 4-11-1 .......................0-0 1-3 ....................... 8-7-1........................0-0 1-3 ........................11-5 ........................0-1 2-2 ........................10-6 ........................1-1 1-3 ........................10-6 ........................0-1 3-1 ........................11-5 ........................2-1 2-3 .........................9-7 .........................0-1 3-1 ........................13-3 ........................0-1 3-1 .........................9-7 .........................0-0 1-3 ........................13-3 ........................0-1 2-3 .........................7-9 .........................0-0 2-2 .........................9-7 .........................0-0 0-4 .........................7-9 .........................0-0 2-2 ........................6-10 ........................0-0 3-1 .........................8-8 .........................0-0 3-2 ........................13-3 ........................0-1 1-3 .........................7-9 .........................0-0 0-4 ........................10-6 ........................0-0 2-2 .........................9-7 .........................0-1 0-4 ........................4-12 ........................0-0 2-2 ........................2-14 ........................0-0 0-4 ........................4-12 ........................0-0 1-3 ........................10-6 ........................0-1 0-4 .........................7-9 .........................0-0 1-3 ........................2-14 ........................0-0 2-2 ........................11-5 ........................0-1 1-3 .........................9-7 .........................0-0 4-0 ........................11-5 ........................1-1 2-2 ........................12-4 ........................0-1 2-2 ........................10-6 ........................0-1 2-2 ........................12-4 ........................1-1 1-0 .........................0-0 .........................0-0

BRIAN WATERS SELECTED TO CHIEFS HOF Kansas City Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt announced that former offensive guard Brian Waters will be the 2019 inductee into the Chiefs Hall of Fame. Waters is the 49th individual and 45th player to earn this coveted honor. The official enshrinement ceremony into the Chiefs Hall of Fame will be held during Chiefs Alumni Weekend at Arrowhead Stadium this fall. “In his 13 seasons with the Chiefs, Brian Waters was a fixture on some of the best offensive lines in franchise history,” Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt said. “Although he was undrafted coming out of college, Brian made the most of his opportunity here in Kansas City, and his work ethic, talent and toughness made him an undisputed leader on the field and in the locker room. Brian also has a tremendous heart of service, and his commitment to the Kansas City community earned him the prestigious Walter Payton Man of the Year Award in 2009. We look forward to adding Brian’s name to the Ring of Honor at Arrowhead this fall.” Over 13 seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs (2000-10), the New England Patriots (2011) and the Dallas Cowboys (2013), Waters played in 186 games with 170 starts, earning six Pro Bowl selections and two first-team All-Pro recognitions by the Associated Press.

THE FIRST LADY OF FOOTBALL Norma Hunt continues to play an integral part of the Chiefs in Kansas City. She owns the distinction of being the only woman known to have attended all 53 Super Bowls and was selected to preside over the coin toss at Super Bowl XLI along with Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino. She is involved in numerous philanthropic and civic efforts in Kansas City and Texas. Her late husband, Lamar Hunt, was the guiding force behind the formation of the Kansas City Chiefs and the American Football League and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1972. He, with the help of his family, coined the term “Super Bowl.” Hunt, along with her daughter-in-law Tavia Hunt and granddaughters Gracie and Ava Hunt, all participate in the NFL Women’s Apparel advertising campaigns. The Hunts have been featured alongside other female NFL leaders such as Charlotte Jones Anderson (Dallas Cowboys Executive Vice President/Chief Brand Officer and NFL Foundation chair), Suzanne Johnson (wife of New York Jets owner Woody Johnson) and Tanya Snyder (wife of Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder).

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CHIEFS HOST GATORADE JUNIOR TRAINING CAMP

FRANK CLARK HOSTS BACKPACK DRIVE An impromptu football game broke out on the pavement, others played Madden just inside the doors and the youngest among them darted for a newly-inflated bouncy house while the man in the middle of it all – an individual who knows more than any what it’s like to ask for help – gave back to those in need of it.

The Kansas City Chiefs were hard at work on a Friday morning preparing for the 2019 campaign, but while the professionals trotted onto the practice fields for another day of training camp, the next generation of football players were getting some work in of their own. It was another edition of Gatorade Junior Training Camp up at Chiefs practice, where more than 150 kids had the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the game from coaches and players at Missouri Western State University, which serves as the site for Chiefs training camp. The camp began with a series of warm-up activities before each of the kids had the opportunity to participate in skill stations catered specifically to their interests – such as passing activities for quarterbacks and blocking drills for offensive linemen – all of which took place under the direction of Missouri Western’s players. It was simply an incredible opportunity, enticing young athletes from all over to make the trip to St. Joseph for not only Chiefs camp, but for a training camp experience of their own. “We have kids from Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas out here today,” said Gary Spani, the Chiefs Director of Community Engagement. “They’ve come in for training camp with their families, but this also gives the kids a chance to do their own training and drills before they go watch the Chiefs do it.” And that’s exactly what they did, as the camp wrapped up with plenty of time left to make the short walk over to Chiefs practice and see the professionals apply the same basics the kids just learned themselves. It made for a full-circle experience, to say the least, and one each of the kids won’t soon forget.

This was just the second day in nearly two weeks that the Kansas City Chiefs weren’t on the practice fields at training camp - and just a day removed from the three toughest practices thus far - but for defensive end Frank Clark, this was where he wanted to be. After all, it wasn’t too long ago that Clark – one of the National Football League’s most tenacious pass-rushers – was one of those kids. He’s talked openly about his childhood throughout his career – an upbringing that included spurts of homelessness while growing up in Los Angeles. He understands what it’s like to struggle, and with school starting soon across the Kansas City metro, this was his opportunity to make sure that those facing struggles of their own were well-prepared. It was Clark’s first-annual backpack drive at Arrowhead Stadium, and from VIP tours of the locker room to Clark’s words of advice, it was an experience that nobody in attendance will soon forget.

Family Fun Day at Chiefs Training Camp, an annual tradition since the team began training camp a decade ago, took place on Saturday, August 3.

Clark organized the drive with the help of the Community Services League – which supports those in need right here in Kansas City – and the Chiefs through an “Inspire Change” grant funded by The Hunt Family Foundation, all of which combined to deliver the backpacks and other items provided at the drive.

The nearly 7,500 fans in attendance could participate in a variety of activities for everyone in the family. Activities included signing the new Red Friday flag, playing cornhole, meeting Chiefs Cheerleaders, enjoying photobooths and even taking a shot at the multiple football skills drills in the kid zone.

Chiefs Chairman & CEO Clark Hunt even joined the venture himself, choosing to stop by and distribute items to the kids alongside the veteran defensive end as both men sought to inspire excitement for the upcoming school year.

Following Saturday’s practice was also another chance for fans to get their favorite Chiefs gear signed during the full-team signing session.

“What we’re trying to do at the root of all this is to create an environment that is supportive of education,” said Doug Cowan, President & CEO of the Community Services League. “We don’t want to just hand out a backpack and tell them good luck, we’re connecting kids with resources, we’re building it around fun activities and re-emphasizing that school is critical, but also fun. The Chiefs and Frank are really helping us amplify that message.”

MORE THAN 7,500 ATTEND FAMILY FUN DAY

Clark didn’t have to speak – the event itself was more than enough – but he chose to anyway. He stood in front of hundreds and detailed his past in the hopes of encouraging others, and as the expressions of those listening seemed to indicate, that message was heard. “If you can take one thing from this, shoot high and never give up. Never settle. If you have a goal, do everything you can to reach it,” Clark told the kids. “It’s a long journey, but if you keep on chopping wood and you keep on grinding, one day you’ll look up and you’ll be in a better place.”

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THIS IS OUR HOUSE

CHIEFS FANS SET WORLD RECORD

TOP CROWDS AT ARROWHEAD (Regular Season and Playoffs)

On Monday, Sept. 29, 2014, Kansas City defeated the New England Patriots 41-14, and Chiefs fans set a Guinness World Record for Loudest Crowd Roar at a Sports Stadium (Outdoors). Chiefs fans reached a peak decibel reading of 142.2 as Guinness World Records adjudicator Philip Robertson monitored the sound levels. The mark was set early in the contest while the club was on defense. The Arrowhead Stadium record passed the old record of 137.5 decibels and broke Seattle’s record of 137.6. The Chiefs still hold the record five years later.

Date Oct. 2, 2000 Nov. 5, 1972 Sept. 11, 1994 Sept. 17, 1972 Nov. 23, 2006 Sept. 22, 1996 Oct. 26, 1998 Oct. 9, 1995 Sept. 8, 1996 Nov. 10, 1996 Oct. 7, 1996 Jan. 11, 2004

Opponent Seattle Oakland San Francisco Miami Denver Denver Pittsburgh San Diego Oakland Green Bay Pittsburgh Indianapolis

Attendance 82,893* 82,094 79,907 79,829 79,484 79,439 79,431 79,288 79,281 79,281 79,189 79,159

THE ARROWHEAD ADVANTAGE “The fans, they’re phenomenal. 142.2 decibels, I never thought I would be fired up (for) decibel levels but I’m fired up for them. My ears are still ringing, I mean it was loud, loud down there. Like incredibly loud.” - Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid “One hundred percent. Whenever you can go out in pregame warmups and feed on the energy because the fans are there packing the stadium that early, it truly is special. We feed off that the entire game. There’s not an empty seat in the stands and I know there won’t be an empty seat in Arrowhead this week. I’m excited just to be in front of that crowd playing this AFC Championship.” - Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes “A legendary environment like that at Arrowhead Stadium is something else. We’re excited about it, we respect it, we realize that the environment is an issue and an element of play and it’s something that we need to be prepared for and ultimately combat.” - Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin

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2018 FINAL NFL STANDINGS

Team New England Miami Buï¬&#x20AC;alo N.Y. Jets

W 11 7 6 4

L 5 9 10 12

T 0 0 0 0

PCT .688 .438 .375 .250

PF 436 319 269 333

AFC East PA 325 433 374 441

Home 8-0-0 6-2-0 4-4-0 2-6-0

Road 3-5-0 1-7-0 2-6-0 2-6-0

AFC 8-4-0 6-6-0 4-8-0 3-9-0

NFC 3-1-0 1-3-0 2-2-0 1-3-0

DIV 5-1-0 4-2-0 2-4-0 1-5-0

Streak Won 2 Lost 3 Won 1 Lost 3

Team Baltimore Pittsburgh Cleveland Cincinnati

W 10 9 7 6

L 6 6 8 10

T 0 1 1 0

PCT .625 .594 .469 .375

PF 389 428 359 368

AFC North PA 287 360 392 455

Home 6-2-0 5-3-0 5-2-1 4-4-0

Road 4-4-0 4-3-1 2-6-0 2-6-0

AFC 8-4-0 6-5-1 5-6-1 4-8-0

NFC 2-2-0 3-1-0 2-2-0 2-2-0

DIV 3-3-0 4-1-1 3-2-1 1-5-0

Streak Won 3 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 2

Team Houston Indianapolis Tennessee Jacksonville

W 11 10 9 5

L 5 6 7 11

T 0 0 0 0

PCT .688 .625 .563 .313

PF 402 433 310 245

AFC South PA 316 344 303 316

Home 6-2-0 6-2-0 6-2-0 3-5-0

Road 5-3-0 4-4-0 3-5-0 2-6-0

AFC 9-3-0 7-5-0 5-7-0 4-8-0

NFC 2-2-0 3-1-0 4-0-0 1-3-0

DIV 4-2-0 4-2-0 3-3-0 1-5-0

Streak Won 1 Won 4 Lost 1 Lost 1

Team Kansas City L.A. Chargers Denver Oakland

W 12 12 6 4

L 4 4 10 12

T 0 0 0 0

PCT .750 .750 .375 .250

PF 565 428 329 290

AFC West PA 421 329 349 467

Home 7-1-0 5-3-0 3-5-0 3-5-0

Road 5-3-0 7-1-0 3-5-0 1-7-0

AFC 10-2-0 9-3-0 4-8-0 3-9-0

NFC 2-2-0 3-1-0 2-2-0 1-3-0

DIV 5-1-0 4-2-0 2-4-0 1-5-0

Streak Won 1 Won 1 Lost 4 Lost 1

Team Dallas Philadelphia Washington N.Y. Giants

W 10 9 7 5

L 6 7 9 11

T 0 0 0 0

PCT .625 .563 .438 .313

PF 339 367 281 369

NFC East PA 324 348 359 412

Home 7-1-0 5-3-0 3-5-0 2-6-0

Road 3-5-0 3-4-0 4-4-0 3-5-0

NFC 9-3-0 6-6-0 6-6-0 4-8-0

AFC 1-3-0 3-1-0 1-3-0 1-3-0

DIV 5-1-0 4-2-0 2-4-0 1-5-0

Streak Won 2 Won 3 Lost 2 Lost 3

Team Chicago Minnesota Green Bay Detriot

W 12 8 6 6

L 4 7 9 10

T 0 1 1 0

PCT .750 .531 .406 .375

PF 421 360 376 324

NFC North PA 283 341 400 360

Home 7-1-0 5-3-0 5-2-1 3-5-0

Road 5-3-0 3-4-1 1-7-0 3-5-0

NFC 10-2-0 6-5-1 3-8-1 4-8-0

AFC 2-2-0 2-2-0 3-1-0 2-2-0

DIV 5-1-0 3-2-1 1-4-1 2-4-0

Streak Won 4 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1

Team New Orleans Atlanta Carolina Tampa Bay

W 13 7 7 5

L 3 9 9 11

T 0 0 0 0

PCT .813 .438 .438 .313

PF 504 414 376 396

NFC South PA 353 423 382 464

Home 6-2-0 4-4-0 5-3-0 4-4-0

Road 7-1-0 3-5-0 2-6-0 1-7-0

NFC 9-3-0 7-5-0 5-7-0 4-8-0

AFC 4-0-0 0-4-0 2-2-0 1-3-0

DIV 4-1-0 4-2-0 2-4-0 2-4-0

Streak Lost 1 Won 3 Won 1 Lost 4

Team L.A. Rams Seattle San Francisco Arizona

W 13 10 4 3

L 3 6 12 13

T 0 0 0 0

PCT .813 .625 .250 .188

PF 527 428 342 225

NFC West PA 384 347 435 425

Home 7-1-0 6-2-0 4-4-0 1-7-0

Road 6-2-0 4-4-0 0-8-0 2-6-0

NFC 9-3-0 8-4-0 2-10-0 3-9-0

AFC 4-0-0 2-2-0 2-2-0 0-4-0

DIV 6-0-0 2-3-0 1-5-0 2-4-0

Streak Won 2 Won 2 Lost 2 Lost 4

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KANSAS CITY CHIEFS / PRESEASON / WEEK 2 / THROUGH SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 2019 WON 1, LOST 0 08/10 W 38-17 08/17 08/24 08/29

Cincinnati 69,813 at Pittsburgh San Francisco at Green Bay K.C. Opp. TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 23 16 Rushing 7 1 Passing 14 13 Penalty 2 2 3rd Down: Made/Att 6/12 7/15 3rd Down Pct. 50.0 46.7 4th Down: Made/Att 0/0 0/1 4th Down Pct. 0.0 0.0 POSSESSION AVG. 31:47 28:13 TOTAL NET YARDS 400 274 Avg. Per Game 400.0 274.0 Total Plays 63 61 Avg. Per Play 6.3 4.5 NET YARDS RUSHING 115 21 Avg. Per Game 115.0 21.0 Total Rushes 24 12 NET YARDS PASSING 285 253 Avg. Per Game 285.0 253.0 Sacked/Yards Lost 1/6 3/15 Gross Yards 291 268 Att./Completions 38/23 46/28 Completion Pct. 60.5 60.9 Had Intercepted 1 2 PUNTS/AVERAGE 4/43.0 5/48.0 NET PUNTING AVG. 4/43.0 5/44.6 PENALTIES/YARDS 11/91 11/115 FUMBLES/BALL LOST 0/0 3/2 TOUCHDOWNS 5 2 Rushing 2 1 Passing 3 1 Returns 0 0 * SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS TEAM 7 10 14 7 0 38 OPPONENTS 7 0 3 7 0 17 * SCORING TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT FG S PTS Butker 0 0 0 0 5/ 5 1/ 1 0 8 Caldwell 1 1 0 0 0 6 Hardman 1 0 1 0 0 6 Hyde 1 1 0 0 0 6 D. Thompson 1 0 1 0 0 6 Yelder 1 0 1 0 0 6 TEAM 5 2 3 0 5/ 5 1/ 1 0 38 OPPONENTS 2 1 1 0 2/ 2 1/ 1 0 17 2-Pt Conv: TM 0-0, OPP 0-0 SACKS: Kpassagnon 1, McCray 1, Speaks 1, TM 3, OPP 1 FUM/LOST:

* PASSING Litton Shurmur Henne Mahomes TEAM OPPONENTS

* RUSHING Caldwell D. Thompson Mahomes Marshall Shurmur Henne Tr. Smith Hyde Litton Hardman TEAM OPPONENTS * RECEIVING Keizer Bell Yelder Hardman Lovett C. Thompson Kelce D. Thompson Custis Kemp Fortson Dar. Williams R. Davis Marshall Watkins Sherman TEAM OPPONENTS * INTERCEPTIONS Miller M. Hunter TEAM OPPONENTS * PUNTING Colquitt Fox TEAM OPPONENTS * PUNT RETURNS R. Davis Tr. Smith TEAM OPPONENTS * KICKOFF RETURNS R. Davis Hardman Pringle Tr. Smith TEAM OPPONENTS * FIELD GOALS Butker TEAM OPPONENTS Butker: (35G) TM: (35G) OPP: (47G)

Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD 15 11 122 73.3 8.13 2 15 6 77 40.0 5.13 1 4 2 26 50.0 6.50 0 4 4 66 100.0 16.50 0 38 23 291 60.5 7.66 3 46 28 268 60.9 5.83 1

No. Yds Avg Long TD 4 59 14.8 47 1 5 22 4.4 9 0 1 10 10.0 10 0 2 10 5.0 7 0 2 10 5.0 7 0 1 6 6.0 6 0 3 5 1.7 2 0 2 2 1.0 1t 1 3 -4 -1.3 -1 0 1 -5 -5.0 -5 0 24 115 4.8 47 2 12 21 1.8 5 1 No. Yds Avg Long TD 3 24 8.0 11 0 2 37 18.5 23 0 2 32 16.0 18 1 2 31 15.5 17t 1 2 23 11.5 22 0 2 19 9.5 11 0 1 36 36.0 36 0 1 29 29.0 29t 1 1 14 14.0 14 0 1 9 9.0 9 0 1 8 8.0 8 0 1 8 8.0 8 0 1 7 7.0 7 0 1 7 7.0 7 0 1 7 7.0 7 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 23 291 12.7 36 3 28 268 9.6 26 1 No. Yds Avg Long TD 1 67 67.0 67 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 2 67 33.5 67 0 1 7 7.0 7 0 No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B 2 79 39.5 39.5 0 1 47 0 2 93 46.5 46.5 0 2 51 0 4 172 43.0 43.0 0 3 51 0 5 240 48.0 44.6 0 2 55 0 Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD 2 0 13 6.5 11 0 1 0 4 4.0 4 0 3 0 17 5.7 11 0 3 1 0 0.0 0 0 No. Yds Avg Long TD 1 32 32.0 32 0 1 44 44.0 44 0 1 50 50.0 50 0 1 25 25.0 25 0 4 151 37.8 50 0 5 143 28.6 40 0 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0

TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating 13.3 1 6.7 29t 1/ 6 108.9 6.7 0 0.0 22 0/ 0 79.0 0.0 0 0.0 18 0/ 0 70.8 0.0 0 0.0 36 0/ 0 118.8 7.9 1 2.6 36 1/ 6 99.8 2.2 2 4.3 26 3/ 15 66.2


2019 PRESEASON KANSAS CITY CHIEFS DEFENSIVE STATS (THROUGH WEEK 2) POS. PLAYER SOLO ASST. TOTAL TFL SACKS/YDS. PR FR FF INT./YDS. PD LB Lee, Darron 4 4 8 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 DB Ward, Charvarius 3 3 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DB Miller, Herb 2 1 3 0.0/0 1/67 1 0 0 0 0 NT Nnadi, Derrick 2 1 3 1 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 LB Ragland, Reggie 3 3 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DB Fields, Mark 2 2 0.0/0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 CB Hunter, Michael 2 2 0.0/0 1/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 DB Monroe, Dakari 2 2 0.0/0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 LB Niemann, Ben 2 2 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DB Thornhill, Juan 2 2 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DB Watts, Armani 2 2 0.0/0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 DB Fenton, Rashad 1 1 2 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 DT Hamilton, Justin 1 1 2 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 LB O'Daniel, Dorian 1 1 2 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 DT Ivie, Joey 2 2 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LB Attaochu, Jeremiah 1 1 0.0/0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 DB Breeland, Bashaud 1 1 0.0/0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 DE Kpassagnon, Tanoh 1 1 1 1.0/6 1 0/0 0 0 0 0 OLB McCray, Rob 1 1 1 1.0/2 1 0/0 0 0 0 0 LB Speaks, Breeland 1 1 1 1.0/7 1 0/0 0 0 0 0 DB Wade, D'Montre 1 1 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LB Davison, Raymond 1 1 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LB Hines, D'Juan 1 1 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DE Dimick, Hunter 0.0/0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DB Soroh, Andrew 0.0/0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 32 16 48 4 3.0/15 3 0 0 2/67 9 DEFENSIVE SCORES 2019 PRESEASON CHIEFS SPECIAL TEAMS STATS INT (0) POS. PLAYER TKIS. ASST. TOTAL FR (0) CB Hunter, Michael 2 2 0 Safety (0) WR Custis, Jamal 1 1 0 SPECIAL TEAMS BIG PLAYS P Fox, Jack 1 1 0 FR (2) (13:22) J.Fox punts 51 yards to CIN 19, Center-J.Winchester. RB Marshall, 1 1 0 D.Phillips MUFFS catch, touched at CIN 21, RECOVERED by Marcus KC-D.Yelder at CIN 19. D.Yelder to CIN 19 for no gain (D.Phillips). vs. CIN (08/10/19) DB Monroe, Dakari 1 1 0 (2:37) D.Colquitt punts 47 yards to CIN 35, CenterDB Soroh, Andrew 1 1 0 J.Winchester. D.Harris MUFFS catch, touched at CIN 36, RB Thompson, 1 1 0 RECOVERED by KC-N.Keizer at CIN 35. N.Keizer to CIN 35 for Darwin no gain (T.Lippett). vs. CIN (08/10/19) DB Thornhill, Juan 1 1 0 TOTALS 3 6 9 Preseason defensive and special teams statistics are based on press box statistics.


PITTSBURGH STEELERS / PRESEASON / WEEK 2 / THROUGH SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 2019 WON 1, LOST 0 08/09 W 30-28 08/17 08/25 08/29

Tampa Bay 45,396 Kansas City at Tennessee at Carolina Pitt. Opp. TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 19 31 Rushing 4 7 Passing 11 20 Penalty 4 4 3rd Down: Made/Att 6/12 7/16 3rd Down Pct. 50.0 43.8 4th Down: Made/Att 0/0 3/4 4th Down Pct. 0.0 75.0 POSSESSION AVG. 27:05 32:55 TOTAL NET YARDS 339 479 Avg. Per Game 339.0 479.0 Total Plays 57 83 Avg. Per Play 5.9 5.8 NET YARDS RUSHING 108 89 Avg. Per Game 108.0 89.0 Total Rushes 25 22 NET YARDS PASSING 231 390 Avg. Per Game 231.0 390.0 Sacked/Yards Lost 2/24 4/30 Gross Yards 255 420 Att./Completions 30/18 57/37 Completion Pct. 60.0 64.9 Had Intercepted 0 0 PUNTS/AVERAGE 3/51.7 4/45.5 NET PUNTING AVG. 3/45.0 4/32.5 PENALTIES/YARDS 10/74 14/112 FUMBLES/BALL LOST 1/1 2/1 TOUCHDOWNS 3 4 Rushing 0 2 Passing 3 2 Returns 0 0 * SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS TEAM 0 13 7 10 0 30 OPPONENTS 7 3 6 12 0 28 * SCORING TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT FG S PTS Boswell 0 0 0 0 1/ 1 2/ 2 0 7 Gentry 1 0 1 0 0 6 T. Jones 1 0 1 0 0 6 Washington 1 0 1 0 0 6 Wright 0 0 0 0 2/ 2 1/ 1 0 5 TEAM 3 0 3 0 3/ 3 3/ 3 0 30 OPPONENTS 4 2 2 0 1/ 1 1/ 1 0 28 2-Pt Conv: TM 0-0, OPP 0-3 SACKS: Gilbert 1.5, Matakevich 1, Skipper 1, J. Jones 0.5, TM 4, OPP 2 FUM/LOST: Rader 1/1 * PASSING Hodges Dobbs Rudolph TEAM OPPONENTS

* RUSHING Dobbs Snell Samuels Tr. Edmunds McMillian Hodges TEAM OPPONENTS * RECEIVING Washington T. Jones Gentry Holton Snell Spencer Rader Samuels TEAM OPPONENTS * INTERCEPTIONS TEAM OPPONENTS * PUNTING Berry Berryman TEAM OPPONENTS * PUNT RETURNS Spencer TEAM OPPONENTS * KICKOFF RETURNS Holton Spencer TEAM OPPONENTS * FIELD GOALS Boswell Wright TEAM OPPONENTS Boswell: (33G,47G) Wright: (42G) TM: (33G,47G,42G) OPP: (55G)

Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD 14 8 79 57.1 5.64 1 8 5 85 62.5 10.63 0 8 5 91 62.5 11.38 2 30 18 255 60.0 8.50 3 57 37 420 64.9 7.37 2

No. Yds Avg Long TD 2 44 22.0 36 0 13 26 2.0 5 0 2 21 10.5 22 0 5 19 3.8 13 0 2 0 0.0 1 0 1 -2 -2.0 -2 0 25 108 4.3 36 0 22 89 4.0 10t 2 No. Yds Avg Long TD 4 84 21.0 43 1 3 24 8.0 10 1 3 17 5.7 8 1 2 69 34.5 59 0 2 25 12.5 20 0 2 17 8.5 15 0 1 10 10.0 10 0 1 9 9.0 9 0 18 255 14.2 59 3 37 420 11.4 30 2 No. Yds Avg Long TD 0 0 --- --0 0 0 --- --0 No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B 2 89 44.5 44.5 0 1 46 0 1 66 66.0 46.0 1 0 66 0 3 155 51.7 45.0 1 1 66 0 4 182 45.5 32.5 0 0 56 0 Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD 4 0 52 13.0 30 0 4 0 52 13.0 30 0 0 2 0 --- --- 0 No. Yds Avg Long TD 2 45 22.5 25 0 1 35 35.0 35 0 3 80 26.7 35 0 6 117 19.5 23 0 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 1/ 1 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 2/ 2 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1

TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating 7.1 0 0.0 20 0/ 0 97.0 0.0 0 0.0 43 2/ 24 98.4 25.0 0 0.0 59 0/ 0 141.1 10.0 0 0.0 59 2/ 24 120.8 3.5 0 0.0 30 4/ 30 98.6


KANSAS CITY CHIEFS / WEEK 17 / THROUGH SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2018 WON 12, LOST 4 * RUSHING No. Yds Avg Long TD 09/09 W 38-28 at L.A. Chargers 25,351 Hunt 181 824 4.6 45 7 09/16 W 42-37 at Pittsburgh 63,956 Mahomes 60 272 4.5 28 2 09/23 W 38-27 San Francisco 76,023 Dam. Williams 50 256 5.1 25 4 10/01 W 27-23 at Denver 76,656 Ware 51 246 4.8 34 2 10/07 W 30-14 Jacksonville 75,289 Hill 22 151 6.9 33 1 10/14 L 40-43 at New England 65,878 Watkins 5 52 10.4 31 0 10/21 W 45-10 Cincinnati 75,676 Dar. Williams 13 44 3.4 8 0 10/28 W 30-23 Denver 77,103 Thomas 1 6 6.0 6 0 11/04 W 37-21 at Cleveland 67,431 Henne 1 3 3.0 3 0 11/11 W 26-14 Arizona 76,712 Sherman 1 2 2.0 2 0 11/19 L 51-54 at L.A. Rams 77,002 West 2 -1 -.5 1 0 12/02 W 40-33 at Oakland 54,255 TEAM 387 1855 4.8 45 16 12/09 W 27-24 OT Baltimore 74,336 OPPONENTS 425 2114 5.0 30 19 12/13 L 28-29 L.A. Chargers 75,091 * RECEIVING No. Yds Avg Long TD 12/23 L 31-38 at Seattle 69,067 Kelce 103 1336 13.0 43 10 12/30 W 35- 3 Oakland 77,550 Hill 87 1479 17.0 75t 12 K.C. Opp. Watkins 40 519 13.0 50 3 TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 384 419 Conley 32 334 10.4 27 5 Rushing 108 129 Hunt 26 378 14.5 67t 7 Passing 239 247 Benjamin LG 25 380 15.2 40 1 Penalty 37 43 Benjamin TM 2 26 13.0 17 0 3rd Down: Made/Att 83/176 80/193 Dam. Williams 23 160 7.0 32 2 3rd Down Pct. 47.2 41.5 Robinson 22 288 13.1 89t 4 4th Down: Made/Att 12/15 18/27 Ware 20 224 11.2 31 0 4th Down Pct. 80.0 66.7 Harris 12 164 13.7 35 3 POSSESSION AVG. 28:56 31:04 Sherman 8 96 12.0 36t 1 TOTAL NET YARDS 6810 6488 Thomas 3 29 9.7 15 1 Avg. Per Game 425.6 405.5 Dar. Williams 3 27 9.0 11t 1 Total Plays 996 1109 West 2 37 18.5 25t 1 Avg. Per Play 6.8 5.9 Dieter 1 22 22.0 22 0 NET YARDS RUSHING 1855 2114 Kemp 1 7 7.0 7 0 Avg. Per Game 115.9 132.1 TEAM 385 5126 13.3 89t 50 Total Rushes 387 425 OPPONENTS 406 4721 11.6 49 30 NET YARDS PASSING 4955 4374 * INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg Long TD Avg. Per Game 309.7 273.4 Nelson 4 53 13.3 35 0 Sacked/Yards Lost 26/171 52/347 Parker 2 33 16.5 33t 1 Gross Yards 5126 4721 Fuller 2 0 0.0 0 0 Att./Completions 583/385 632/406 Ragland 1 67 67.0 67 0 Completion Pct. 66.0 64.2 Sorensen 1 54 54.0 54t 1 Had Intercepted 12 15 Lucas 1 49 49.0 49 0 PUNTS/AVERAGE 45/44.9 52/43.8 Jones 1 20 20.0 20t 1 NET PUNTING AVG. 45/40.5 52/36.9 Houston 1 4 4.0 4 0 PENALTIES/YARDS 137/1152 107/881 E. Murray 1 0 0.0 0 0 FUMBLES/BALL LOST 18/6 29/12 Scandrick 1 0 0.0 0 0 TOUCHDOWNS 71 51 TEAM 15 280 18.7 67 3 Rushing 16 19 OPPONENTS 12 109 9.1 27 1 Passing 50 30 * PUNTING No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B Returns 5 2 Colquitt 45 2021 44.9 40.5 5 21 67 0 * SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS TEAM 45 2021 44.9 40.5 5 21 67 0 TEAM 147 150 134 131 3 565 OPPONENTS 52 2278 43.8 36.9 5 20 68 1 OPPONENTS 56 131 98 136 0 421 * PUNT RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD * SCORING TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT FG S PTS Hill 20 3 213 10.7 91t 1 Butker 0 0 0 0 65/69 24/27 0 137 Robinson 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 Hill 14 1 12 1 0 84 Thomas 1 0 48 48.0 48 0 Hunt 14 7 7 0 0 84 TEAM 22 3 261 11.9 91t 1 Kelce 10 0 10 0 0 60 OPPONENTS 17 12 97 5.7 55 0 Dam. Williams 6 4 2 0 0 36 * KICKOFF RETURNS No. Yds Avg Long TD Conley 5 0 5 0 0 30 Tr. Smith 33 886 26.8 97 0 Robinson 4 0 4 0 0 24 Thomas 3 58 19.3 26 0 Harris 3 0 3 0 0 18 Conley 1 5 5.0 5 0 Watkins 3 0 3 0 0 18 Harris 1 11 11.0 11 0 Mahomes 2 2 0 0 0 14 Sherman 1 5 5.0 5 0 Ware 2 2 0 0 0 12 Ware 1 10 10.0 10 0 Bailey 1 0 0 1 0 6 TEAM 40 975 24.4 97 0 Benjamin LG 1 0 1 0 0 6 OPPONENTS 36 809 22.5 36 0 Jones 1 0 0 1 0 6 * FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Parker 1 0 0 1 0 6 Butker 0/ 0 9/ 9 7/ 7 6/ 7 2/ 4 Sherman 1 0 1 0 0 6 TEAM 0/ 0 9/ 9 7/ 7 6/ 7 2/ 4 Sorensen 1 0 0 1 0 6 OPPONENTS 0/ 0 5/ 5 8/ 9 5/ 7 4/ 5 Thomas 1 0 1 0 0 6 Butker: (46G)()(37G)(33G,21G)(22G,42G,38G)(42G, West 1 0 1 0 0 6 43G,24G,30G)(53N,26G)(24G)(39G)(45G,46G)(21G) Dar. Williams 1 0 1 0 0 6 (29G,50G)(51N,24G,43N,35G)()(54G,29G,32G)() TEAM 71 16 50 5 65/69 24/27 0 565 OPP: (45G,39G,48N)(49N)(39G,35G)(42G,34G,46G)() OPPONENTS 51 19 30 2 37/40 22/26 1 421 (48G,24G,39G,50G,28G)(33G)(55N,36G)(51G)()(23G, 2-Pt Conv: Mahomes, TM 1-2, OPP 5-11 33G)(50G,44G)(28G)()(36N,28G)(50G) SACKS: Jones 15.5, Ford 13, Houston 9, Bailey 6, X. Williams 2.5, Speaks 1.5, Lucas 1, Parker 1, Te. Smith 1, Watts 1, Ragland 0.5, TM 52, OPP 26 FUM/LOST: Mahomes 9/2, Conley 2/2, Kelce 2/1, Tr. Smith 2/0, Thomas 1/0, Watkins 1/0, Dam. Williams 1/1 * PASSING Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating Mahomes 580 383 5097 66.0 8.79 50 8.6 12 2.1 89t 26/ 171 113.8 Henne 3 2 29 66.7 9.67 0 0.0 0 0.0 22 0/ 0 97.9 TEAM 583 385 5126 66.0 8.79 50 8.6 12 2.1 89t 26/ 171 113.8 OPPONENTS 632 406 4721 64.2 7.47 30 4.7 15 2.4 49 52/ 347 92.7


2018 REGULAR SEASON KANSAS CITY CHIEFS DEFENSIVE STATS (THROUGH WEEK 17) POS. PLAYER SOLO ASST. TOTAL TFL SACKS/YDS. PR FR FF INT./YDS. PD LB Hitchens, Anthony 81 54 135 7 0.0/0 1 1 0/0 0 0 LB Ragland, Reggie 46 40 86 2 0.5/4 1 1/67 1 0 0 DB Fuller, Kendall 64 18 82 1 0.0/0 1 2/0 12 0 0 DB Parker, Ron 64 13 77 1 1.0/6 1 2/33 5 0 0 DB Nelson, Steven 58 10 68 2 0.0/0 4/53 15 0 0 0 DE Ford, Dee 42 13 55 13 13.0/72 29 7 0/0 0 0 DB Murray, Eric 43 12 55 1 0.0/0 1 1/0 2 0 0 DT Williams, Xavier 25 22 47 2 2.5/17 4 1 0/0 0 0 CB Scandrick, Orlando 38 6 44 0.0/0 1 1/0 13 0 0 0 DT Jones, Chris 35 5 40 19 15.5/122 29 2 1/20 5 0 DE Bailey, Allen 27 11 38 5 6.0/32 10 4 2 0/0 0 LB Houston, Justin 28 9 37 8 9.0/57 12 3 5 1/4 1 DL Nnadi, Derrick 17 18 35 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 LB O'Daniel, Dorian 18 11 29 2 0.0/0 1 1 0/0 1 0 DB Lucas, Jordan 19 9 28 1 1.0/9 2 1/49 2 0 0 DB Sorensen, Daniel 14 12 26 0.0/0 1 1 1/54 2 0 0 LB Speaks, Breeland 15 9 24 3 1.5/15 8 2 1 0/0 0 LB Smith, Terrance 13 8 21 1 1.0/5 1 0/0 0 0 0 DB Ward, Charvarius 17 1 18 0.0/0 0/0 3 0 0 0 0 S Berry, Eric 8 3 11 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 LB Niemann, Ben 5 3 8 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 DE Jenkins, Jarvis 4 2 6 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 DE Kpassagnon, Tanoh 3 1 4 1 0.0/0 1 0/0 0 0 0 DB Shaw, Josh 3 3 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DB Watts, Armani 1 1 2 1 1.0/10 2 0/0 1 0 0 DB Smith, Tremon 1 1 0.0/0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 689 291 980 70 52.0/349 104 11 21 15/280 64 DEFENSIVE SCORES 2018 REGULAR SEASON CHIEFS SPECIAL TEAMS STATS INT (3) (1:56) (Shotgun) B.Bortles pass short right intended for T.Yeldon POS. PLAYER TKIS. ASST. TOTAL INTERCEPTED by C.Jones at JAX 20. C.Jones for 20 yards. DB Ward, Charvarius 9 3 12 PENALTY on JAX-J.Parnell, Face Mask (15 Yards), 15 yards, WR Kemp, Marcus 5 1 6 enforced between downs. vs. JAX (10/07/18) (11:19) A.Dalton pass short left intended for A.Green LB O'Daniel, Dorian 3 2 5 INTERCEPTED by R.Parker at CIN 33. R.Parker for 33 yards. vs. DB Lucas, Jordan 3 1 4 CIN (10/21/18) FB Sherman, Anthony 2 2 4 (5:54) (Shotgun) D.Carr pass short right intended for J.Cook INTERCEPTED by D.Sorensen at KC 46. D.Sorensen for 54 DB Smith, Tremon 3 1 4 yards. vs. OAK (12/30/18) WR Thomas, 4 4 0 FR (1) (11:16) (Shotgun) J.Goff sacked at LA 4 for -10 yards De'Anthony (J.Houston). FUMBLES (J.Houston), RECOVERED by KC-A.Bailey at RB Williams, Damien 4 4 0 LA 2. A.Bailey for 2 yards. @ LAR (11/19/18) DB Watts, Armani 2 1 3 Safety (0) K Butker, Harrison 1 1 2 SPECIAL TEAMS BIG PLAYS FR (1) (10:35) D.Colquitt punts 59 yards to LAC 14, Center-J.Winchester. TE Harris, Demetrius 1 1 2 J.Jones MUFFS catch, and recovers at LAC 6. J.Jones to LAC 6 for no LB Niemann, Ben 2 2 0 gain (D.Thomas). FUMBLES (D.Thomas), RECOVERED by KCRB West, Charcandrick 2 2 0 J.Winchester at LAC 2. @ LAC (09/09/18) OLB Zombo, Frank 2 2 0 TD (1) (13:24) D.Kaser punts 57 yards to KC 9, Center-M.Windt. T.Hill for 91 yards. @ LAC (09/09/18) WR Dieter, Gehrig 1 1 0 WR Robinson, 1 1 0 Demarcus DB Shaw, Josh 1 1 0 LB Smith, Terrance 1 1 0 RB Williams, Darrel 1 1 0 LS Winchester, James 1 1 0 TOTALS 47 15 62 Regular Season defensive and special teams statistics are based on press box statistics.


KANSAS CITY CHIEFS / WEEK 20 / THROUGH SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 2019 / POSTSEASON WON 1, LOST 1 01/12 W 31-13 Indianapolis 76,765 01/20 L 31-37 OT New England 77,034 K.C. Opp. TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 47 51 Rushing 15 19 Passing 25 30 Penalty 7 2 3rd Down: Made/Att 8/23 13/28 3rd Down Pct. 34.8 46.4 4th Down: Made/Att 3/4 2/3 4th Down Pct. 75.0 66.7 POSSESSION AVG. 29:10 30:50 TOTAL NET YARDS 723 790 Avg. Per Game 361.5 395.0 Total Plays 125 147 Avg. Per Play 5.8 5.4 NET YARDS RUSHING 221 263 Avg. Per Game 110.5 131.5 Total Rushes 45 62 NET YARDS PASSING 502 527 Avg. Per Game 251.0 263.5 Sacked/Yards Lost 8/71 3/24 Gross Yards 573 551 Att./Completions 72/43 82/49 Completion Pct. 59.7 59.8 Had Intercepted 0 2 PUNTS/AVERAGE 9/36.3 9/45.9 NET PUNTING AVG. 9/32.1 9/44.2 PENALTIES/YARDS 10/82 16/131 FUMBLES/BALL LOST 4/1 1/1 TOUCHDOWNS 8 7 Rushing 5 4 Passing 3 2 Returns 0 1 * SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS TEAM 14 10 7 31 0 62 OPPONENTS 7 14 3 20 6 50 * SCORING TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT FG S PTS Dam. Williams 4 2 2 0 0 24 Butker 0 0 0 0 8/ 8 2/ 2 0 14 Hill 1 1 0 0 0 6 Kelce 1 0 1 0 0 6 Mahomes 1 1 0 0 0 6 Dar. Williams 1 1 0 0 0 6 TEAM 8 5 3 0 8/ 8 2/ 2 0 62 OPPONENTS 7 4 2 1 5/ 6 1/ 2 0 50 2-Pt Conv: TM 0-0, OPP 0-0 SACKS: Houston 2, Ford 1, TM 3, OPP 8 FUM/LOST: Mahomes 2/0, Hill 1/0, Watkins 1/1 * PASSING Mahomes TEAM OPPONENTS

* RUSHING Dam. Williams Hill Mahomes Dar. Williams Watkins TEAM OPPONENTS * RECEIVING Watkins Kelce Dam. Williams Hill Robinson Ware Dieter Harris TEAM OPPONENTS * INTERCEPTIONS Sorensen Ragland TEAM OPPONENTS * PUNTING Colquitt TEAM OPPONENTS * PUNT RETURNS Hill TEAM OPPONENTS * KICKOFF RETURNS Tr. Smith Harris TEAM OPPONENTS * FIELD GOALS Butker TEAM OPPONENTS Butker: (39G)(39G) TM: (39G)(39G) OPP: (23N)(47G)

Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD 72 43 573 59.7 7.96 3 72 43 573 59.7 7.96 3 82 49 551 59.8 6.72 2

No. Yds Avg Long TD 35 159 4.5 24 2 1 36 36.0 36t 1 5 19 3.8 9 1 3 9 3.0 6t 1 1 -2 -2.0 -2 0 45 221 4.9 36t 5 62 263 4.2 20 4 No. Yds Avg Long TD 10 176 17.6 54 0 10 131 13.1 30 1 10 91 9.1 33 2 9 114 12.7 42 0 1 27 27.0 27 0 1 21 21.0 21 0 1 11 11.0 11 0 1 2 2.0 2 0 43 573 13.3 54 3 49 551 11.2 30 2 No. Yds Avg Long TD 1 24 24.0 24 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 2 24 12.0 24 0 0 0 --- --0 No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B 8 327 40.9 32.1 0 3 59 1 9 327 36.3 32.1 0 3 59 1 9 413 45.9 44.2 1 4 57 0 Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD 6 2 -5 -.8 4 0 6 2 -5 -.8 4 0 3 3 38 12.7 14 0 No. Yds Avg Long TD 6 138 23.0 29 0 1 17 17.0 17 0 7 155 22.1 29 0 8 162 20.3 38 0 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 0/ 0 0/ 0 2/ 2 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 2/ 2 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 1 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0

TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating 4.2 0 0.0 54 8/ 71 98.9 4.2 0 0.0 54 8/ 71 98.9 2.4 2 2.4 30 3/ 24 77.8


2018 POSTSEASON KANSAS CITY CHIEFS DEFENSIVE STATS (THROUGH WEEK 3) POS. PLAYER SOLO ASST. TOTAL TFL SACKS/YDS. PR FR FF INT./YDS. LB Hitchens, Anthony 11 10 21 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 S Sorensen, Daniel 12 5 17 0.0/0 1/24 0 0 0 0 LB Ragland, Reggie 9 5 14 0.0/0 1/0 0 0 0 0 CB Fuller, Kendall 9 4 13 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 CB Ward, Charvarius 6 5 11 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 DT Williams, Xavier 4 5 9 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 DT Nnadi, Derrick 1 7 8 1 0.0/0 1 0/0 0 0 DB Murray, Eric 5 2 7 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 S Berry, Eric 5 1 6 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 S Lucas, Jordan 2 4 6 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 DL Bailey, Allen 1 4 5 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 CB Nelson, Steven 5 5 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 LB Ford, Dee 4 4 1 1.0/9 2 1 0/0 0 0 LB Houston, Justin 4 4 2 2.0/15 2 1 0/0 0 0 LB Speaks, Breeland 2 2 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 DT Hamilton, Justin 1 1 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 CB Smith, Tremon 1 1 0.0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 DL Jones, Chris 0.0/0 1 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 79 55 134 4 3.0/24 6 1 1 2/24 DEFENSIVE SCORES 2018 POSTSEASON CHIEFS SPECIAL TEAMS STATS INT (0) POS. PLAYER TKIS. ASST. TOTAL FR (0) DB Murray, Eric 2 1 3 Safety (0) LB Niemann, Ben 1 1 2 SPECIAL TEAMS BIG PLAYS RB Williams, Darrel 2 2 0 FR (0) WR Dieter, Gehrig 1 1 0 FB Sherman, Anthony 1 1 0 RB West, 1 1 0 Charcandrick LB Zombo, Frank 1 1 0 TOTALS 8 3 11 Postseason defensive and special teams statistics are based on press box statistics.

PD 0 1 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 4 15


GAME 1 Chiefs 38, Chargers 28 September 9, 2018 • StubHub Center • 25,351 Kansas City Chiefs .............. 14 3 14 7 Los Angeles Chargers .......... 6 6 0 16

KC — T.Hill 91 yd. punt return (H.Butker kick) LAC — C.Sturgis 45 yd. Field Goal (8-48, 3:43) KC — T.Hill 58 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (5-75, 2:41) LAC — C.Sturgis 39 yd. Field Goal (6-39, 3:41) LAC — A.Ekeler 13 yd. pass from P.Rivers (pass failed) (12-96, 6:11) KC — H.Butker 46 yd. Field Goal (11-47, 5:47) KC — D.Thomas 1 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (11-75, 5:35) KC — A.Sherman 36 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (6-86, 3:28) LAC — K.Allen 20 yd. pass from P.Rivers (P.Rivers-A.Gates pass) (9-91, 3:44) KC — T.Hill 1 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (3-2, 0:40) LAC — Ty.Williams 4 yd. pass from P.Rivers (M.Gordon run) (10-75, 4:41) TEAM STATISTICS CHIEFS CHARGERS First Downs .................................................... 19 33 Total Net Yards ............................................ 362 541 Rushes/Net Yards .................................... 27/106 22/123 Net Passing .................................................. 256 418 Pass Attempts/Completions ...................... 27/15 51/34 Had Intercepted ............................................... 0 1 Sacked/Yards Lost ......................................... 1/0 1/6 Punts/Average .......................................... 5/51.2 3/48.0 Penalties/Yards ........................................... 6/50 7/45 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 0/0 2/1 Possession Time ........................................ 25:34 34:26

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RUSHING KC — K. Hunt 16-49; S. Ware 3-32; P. Mahomes 5-21; T. Hill 2-4; D. Williams 1-(0) LAC — M. Gordon III 15-64; A. Ekeler 5-39; T. Benjamin 1-19; D. Watt 1-1 RECEIVING KC — T. Hill 7-169, 2 TDs; A. Sherman 1-36, TD; S. Watkins 3-21; C. Conley 1-15; S. Ware 1-8; T. Kelce 1-6; D. Thomas 1-1, TD LAC — K. Allen 8-108, TD; M. Gordon III 9-102; A. Ekeler 5-87, TD; M. Williams 5-81; V. Green 2-21; A. Gates 2-16; T. Williams 2-8, TD; T. Benjamin 1-1 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 27-15-256, 4 TDs, 0 INT LAC — P. Rivers 51-34-424, 3 TDs, 1 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — R. Parker 1 LAC — None SACKS KC — D. Ford 1.0 LAC — D. James 1.0 FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker(46) LAC — C. Sturgis(45) (39) 48WL

GAME 2 Chiefs 42, Steelers 37 September 16, 2018 • Heinz Field • 63,956 Kansas City Chiefs .............. 21 0 14 7 Pittsburgh Steelers .............. 0 21 7 9

KC — C.Conley 15 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (2-10, 1:03) KC — T.Kelce 19 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (5-71, 2:32) KC — K.Hunt 5 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (6-61, 2:40) PIT — J.James 26 yd. pass from B.Roethlisberger (C.Boswell kick) (6-81, 3:04) PIT — J.Smith-Schuster 2 yd. pass from B.Roethlisberger (kick failed, wr) (11-85, 5:41) PIT — J.Washington 14 yd. pass from B.Roethlisberger (B.Roethlisberger-J.Conner pass) (10-90, 2:48) KC — T.Kelce 25 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (5-75, 2:18) PIT — J.Conner 1 yd. run (C.Boswell kick) (11-75, 5:30) KC — D.Robinson 3 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (7-75, 3:57) KC — T.Hill 29 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (5-65, 3:04) PIT — K.Hunt tackled in end zone by A.Burns, M.Burnett for a Safety PIT — B.Roethlisberger 3 yd. run (C.Boswell kick) (9-66, 3:04) TEAM STATISTICS CHIEFS STEELERS First Downs .................................................... 24 33 Total Net Yards ............................................ 449 475 Rushes/Net Yards .................................... 25/127 13/33 Net Passing .................................................. 322 442 Pass Attempts/Completions ...................... 28/23 60/39 Had Intercepted ............................................... 0 0 Sacked/Yards Lost ......................................... 1/4 1/10 Punts/Average .......................................... 2/50.0 5/45.2 Penalties/Yards ......................................... 12/76 12/90 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 3/1 1/0 Possession Time ........................................ 27:49 32:11

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RUSHING KC — K. Hunt 18-75; S. Watkins 1-31; P. Mahomes 5-18; S. Ware 1-3 PIT — J. Conner 8-17, TD; B. Roethlisberger 2-9, TD; R. Switzer 2-5; S. Ridley 1-2 RECEIVING KC — T. Kelce 7-109, 2 TDs; S. Watkins 6-100; T. Hill 5-90, TD; C. Conley 2-17, TD; K. Hunt 1-5, TD; D. Robinson 1-3, TD; D. Williams 1-2 PIT — J. James 5-138, TD; J. Smith-Schuster 13-121, TD; A. Brown 9-67; J. Conner 5-48; V. McDonald 3-26; R. Nix 1-19; R. Switzer 1-14; J. Washington 1-14, TD; S. Ridley 1-5 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 28-23-326, 6 TDs, 0 INT PIT — B. Roethlisberger 60-39-452, 3 TDs, 0 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — None PIT — None SACKS KC — A. Bailey 1.0 PIT — D. McCullers 1.0 FIELD GOALS KC — None PIT — C. Boswell49WL


GAME 3 Chiefs 38, 49ers 27 September 23, 2018 • Arrowhead Stadium • 76,023 San Francisco 49ers ............. 0 10 14 3 Kansas City Chiefs .............. 14 21 0 3

KC — K.Hunt 1 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (11-57, 4:55) KC — K.Hunt 1 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (8-84, 3:26) SF — K.Juszczyk 35 yd. pass from J.Garoppolo (R.Gould kick) (8-75, 5:28) KC — C.Conley 4 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (5-75, 2:58) KC — D.Harris 13 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (8-72, 3:35) KC — S.Watkins 12 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (9-68, 1:26) SF — R.Gould 39 yd. Field Goal (6-54, 0:34) SF — M.Goodwin 11 yd. pass from J.Garoppolo (kick failed, hlu) (7-87, 2:37) SF — A.Morris 3 yd. run (J.Garoppolo-G.Kittle pass) (11-77, 5:12) KC — H.Butker 37 yd. Field Goal (9-56, 3:56) SF — R.Gould 35 yd. Field Goal (17-58, 8:30) TEAM STATISTICS 49ERS CHIEFS First Downs ..................................................... 26 31 Total Net Yards ............................................. 406 384 Rushes/Net Yards .................................... 29/178 28/77 Net Passing .................................................. 228 307 Pass Attempts/Completions ....................... 30/20 38/24 Had Intercepted ............................................... 0 0 Sacked/Yards Lost ....................................... 4/23 2/7 Punts/Average .......................................... 4/37.0 2/43.5 Penalties/Yards ........................................ 14/147 6/48 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 3/0 2/0 Possession Time ........................................ 29:59 30:01

— 27 — 38

RUSHING KC — K. Hunt 18-44, 2 TDs; S. Watkins 2-20; P. Mahomes 5-7; T. Hill 2-5; S. Ware 1-1 SF — M. Breida 10-90; A. Morris 14-67, TD; J. Garoppolo 3-23; R. Mostert 1-(0); M. Goodwin 1-(-2) RECEIVING KC — T. Kelce 8-114; S. Watkins 5-55, TD; T. Hill 2-51; S. Ware 2-29; D. Williams 2-16; A. Sherman 1-16; C. Conley 2-13, TD; D. Harris 1-13, TD; M. Kemp 1-7 SF — G. Kittle 5-79; K. Juszczyk 2-38, TD; M. Goodwin 3-30, TD; M. Breida 3-27; K. Bourne 1-27; T. Taylor 3-24; P. Garçon 1-11; R. Mostert 1-8; G. Celek 1-7 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 38-24-314, 3 TDs, 0 INT SF — J. Garoppolo 30-20-251, 2 TDs, 0 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — None SF — None SACKS KC — J. Houston 2.0; A. Bailey 1.0; D. Ford 1.0 SF — A. Armstead 1.0; A. Exum Jr. 1.0 FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker(37) SF — R. Gould(39) (35)

GAME 4 Chiefs 27, Broncos 23 October 1, 2018 • Broncos Stadium at Mile High • 76,656 DEN — KC — KC — DEN — DEN — KC — DEN — DEN — KC —

Kansas City Chiefs ................ 3 7 3 14 Denver Broncos ..................... 3 10 7 3

B.McManus 42 yd. Field Goal (7-51, 3:27) H.Butker 33 yd. Field Goal (10-60, 5:30) P.Mahomes 8 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (12-89, 5:39) R.Freeman 14 yd. run (B.McManus kick) (5-78, 2:56) B.McManus 34 yd. Field Goal (12-60, 2:17) H.Butker 21 yd. Field Goal (12-72, 5:28) P.Lindsay 1 yd. run (B.McManus kick) (9-80, 4:33) B.McManus 46 yd. Field Goal (6-48, 2:43) T.Kelce 2 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (12-75, 6:20) KC — K.Hunt 4 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (8-60, 2:56) TEAM STATISTICS CHIEFS BRONCOS First Downs .................................................... 22 21 Total Net Yards ............................................ 446 385 Rushes/Net Yards .................................... 26/142 22/159 Net Passing .................................................. 304 226 Pass Attempts/Completions ...................... 45/28 33/21 Had Intercepted ............................................... 0 1 Sacked/Yards Lost ......................................... 1/0 4/19 Punts/Average .......................................... 4/42.0 3/41.0 Penalties/Yards ......................................... 10/93 3/25 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 1/0 0/0 Possession Time ........................................ 35:02 24:58

— 27 — 23

RUSHING — K. Hunt 19-121, TD; P. Mahomes 3-7, TD; S. Ware 2-6; D. Thomas 1-6; T. Hill 1-2 DEN — P. Lindsay 12-69, TD; R. Freeman 8-67, TD; E. Sanders 1-18; D. Booker 1-5 RECEIVING KC — T. Kelce 7-78, TD; D. Harris 2-59; T. Hill 9-54; K. Hunt 3-54; D. Robinson 2-31; D. Thomas 1-15; C. Conley 4-13 DEN — J. Heuerman 4-57; C. Sutton 3-51; E. Sanders 5-45; A. Janovich 1-32; D. Thomas 4-24; M. LaCosse 1-17; P. Lindsay 2-10; D. Booker 1-9 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 45-28-304, TD, 0 INT DEN — C. Keenum 33-21-245, 0 TDs, 1 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — E. Murray 1 DEN — None SACKS KC — A. Bailey 1.0; D. Ford 1.0; J. Houston 1.0; A. Watts 1.0 DEN — T. Davis 0.5; Z. Kerr 0.5 FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker(33) (21) DEN — B. McManus(42) (34) (46) KC


GAME 5 Chiefs 30, Jaguars 14 October 7, 2018 • Arrowhead Stadium • 75,289 KC — KC — KC — KC — KC — JAX —

Jacksonville Jaguars ............. 0 0 7 7 Kansas City Chiefs ................ 7 13 3 7

P.Mahomes 4 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (10-73, 5:23) H.Butker 22 yd. Field Goal (14-82, 5:51) H.Butker 42 yd. Field Goal (6-27, 2:19) C.Jones 20 yd. interception return (H.Butker kick) H.Butker 38 yd. Field Goal (12-78, 5:36) T.Yeldon 14 yd. pass from B.Bortles (J.Lambo kick) (6-75, 2:17) KC — K.Hunt 4 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (6-79, 3:13) JAX — B.Bortles 21 yd. run (J.Lambo kick) (14-58, 4:02) TEAM STATISTICS JAGUARS CHIEFS First Downs .................................................... 29 26 Total Net Yards ............................................ 502 424 Rushes/Net Yards .................................... 17/101 30/126 Net Passing .................................................. 401 298 Pass Attempts/Completions ...................... 61/33 38/22 Had Intercepted ............................................... 4 2 Sacked/Yards Lost ....................................... 5/29 1/15 Punts/Average .......................................... 3/36.0 2/58.0 Penalties/Yards ........................................... 5/45 11/105 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 1/1 0/0 Possession Time ........................................ 27:17 32:43

— 14 — 30

RUSHING KC — K. Hunt 22-87, TD; T. Hill 2-26; P. Mahomes 4-13, TD; S. Ware 1-(0); D. Williams 1-(0) JAX — T. Yeldon 10-53; B. Bortles 4-34, TD; C. Grant 1-8; B. Wilds 2-6 RECEIVING KC — T. Kelce 5-100; S. Watkins 6-78; T. Hill 4-61; C. Conley 2-21; A. Sherman 1-15; D. Thomas 1-13; S. Ware 1-13; K. Hunt 1-7; D. Harris 1-5 JAX — D. Moncrief 6-76; K. Cole 4-70; T. Yeldon 8-69, TD; D. Chark Jr. 2-68; N. Paul 7-65; D. Westbrook 3-55; J. O'Shaughnessy 3-27 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 38-22-313, 0 TDs, 2 INT JAX — B. Bortles 61-33-430, TD, 4 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — C. Jones 1; J. Lucas 1; S. Nelson 1; O. Scandrick 1 JAX — A. Bouye 1; T. Gipson Sr. 1 SACKS KC — A. Bailey 1.0; D. Ford 1.0; C. Jones 1.0; T. Smith 1.0; X. Williams 1.0 JAX — Y. Ngakoue 1.0 FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker(22) (42) (38) JAX — None

GAME 6 Patriots 43, Chiefs 40 October 14, 2018 • Gillette Stadium • 65,878 KC — NE — NE — KC — NE —

Kansas City Chiefs ................ 6 3 17 14 New England Patriots ........ 10 14 3 16

H.Butker 42 yd. Field Goal (8-35, 3:26) S.Gostkowski 48 yd. Field Goal (8-45, 3:47) S.Michel 4 yd. run (S.Gostkowski kick) (1-4, 0:04) H.Butker 43 yd. Field Goal (5-31, 1:32) J.Edelman 17 yd. pass from T.Brady (S.Gostkowski kick) (10-75, 5:33) KC — H.Butker 24 yd. Field Goal (11-69, 6:31) NE — S.Michel 1 yd. run (S.Gostkowski kick) (7-75, 4:24) KC — K.Hunt 67 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (3-75, 1:33) NE — S.Gostkowski 24 yd. Field Goal (12-65, 6:10) KC — H.Butker 30 yd. Field Goal (9-51, 3:41) KC — T.Hill 14 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (4-29, 1:27) NE — S.Gostkowski 39 yd. Field Goal (11-54, 5:34) KC — T.Hill 1 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (3-3, 1:44) NE — T.Brady 4 yd. run (S.Gostkowski kick) (7-75, 3:13) NE — S.Gostkowski 50 yd. Field Goal (5-47, 0:35) KC — T.Hill 75 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (1-75, 0:12) NE — S.Gostkowski 28 yd. Field Goal (7-65, 3:03) TEAM STATISTICS CHIEFS PATRIOTS 31 First Downs ..................................................... 18 500 Total Net Yards ............................................. 446 38/173 Rushes/Net Yards ...................................... 17/94 327 Net Passing ................................................... 352 35/24 Pass Attempts/Completions ....................... 36/23 Had Intercepted ................................................ 2 0 2/13 Sacked/Yards Lost ......................................... 0/0 0/0.0 Punts/Average .......................................... 1/51.0 0/0 Penalties/Yards ............................................ 5/58 2/1 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 0/0 36:09 Possession Time ........................................ 23:51

— 40 — 43

RUSHING KC — K. Hunt 10-80; P. Mahomes 2-9; S. Ware 2-5; D. Williams 1-1; T. Hill 1-(0); S. Watkins 1-(-1) NE — S. Michel 24-106, 2 TDs; J. White 6-39; K. Barner 3-16; J. Edelman 1-7; C. Patterson 1-3; T. Brady 3-2, TD RECEIVING KC — T. Hill 7-142, 3 TDs; K. Hunt 5-105, TD; T. Kelce 5-61; C. Conley 1-19; S. Watkins 2-18; S. Ware 2-9; A. Sherman 1-(-2) NE — R. Gronkowski 3-97; C. Hogan 4-78; J. Edelman 4-54, TD; J. White 5-53; J. Gordon 5-42; C. Patterson 1-13; J. Develin 2-3 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 36-23-352, 4 TDs, 2 INT NE — T. Brady 35-24-340, TD, 0 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — None NE — D. Harmon 1; D. Hightower 1 SACKS KC — C. Jones 1.0; R. Ragland 0.5; B. Speaks 0.5 NE — None FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker(42) (43) (24) (30) NE — S. Gostkowski(48) (24) (39) (50) (28)


GAME 7 Chiefs 45, Bengals 10 October 21, 2018 • Arrowhead Stadium • 75,676 Cincinnati Bengals ................ 0 7 3 0 Kansas City Chiefs ................ 7 17 14 7

KC — K.Hunt 6 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (10-95, 5:18) KC — K.Hunt 15 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (4-32, 1:33) CIN — C.Uzomah 4 yd. pass from A.Dalton (R.Bullock kick) (11-77, 5:53) KC — D.Harris 17 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (10-77, 5:30) KC — H.Butker 26 yd. Field Goal (8-72, 1:05) KC — K.Hunt 2 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (7-75, 3:41) KC — R.Parker 33 yd. interception return (H.Butker kick) CIN — R.Bullock 33 yd. Field Goal (10-60, 4:54) KC — T.Hill 3 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (12-82, 5:09) TEAM STATISTICS BENGALS CHIEFS First Downs ..................................................... 15 33 Total Net Yards ............................................. 239 551 Rushes/Net Yards ...................................... 19/65 29/198 Net Passing ................................................... 174 353 Pass Attempts/Completions ....................... 33/19 39/28 Had Intercepted ................................................ 1 1 Sacked/Yards Lost ....................................... 2/13 2/5 Punts/Average .......................................... 5/51.6 0/0.0 Penalties/Yards ............................................ 8/58 8/49 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 2/0 2/0 Possession Time ........................................ 26:17 33:43

— 10 — 45

RUSHING KC — K. Hunt 15-86, TD; S. Ware 8-59; P. Mahomes 4-45; T. Hill 2-8 CIN — J. Mixon 13-50; M. Walton 4-10; J. Driskel 1-5; C. Fejedelem 1-(0) RECEIVING KC — T. Kelce 5-95; S. Watkins 4-74; T. Hill 7-68, TD; K. Hunt 5-55, 2 TDs; S. Ware 3-30; D. Harris 1-17, TD; D. Robinson 2-13; C. Conley 1-6 CIN — A. Green 7-117; C. Core 3-30; T. Boyd 3-27; C. Uzomah 2-13, TD; J. Mixon 3-1; A. Erickson 1-(-1) PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 39-28-358, 4 TDs, 1 INT CIN — A. Dalton 29-15-148, TD, 1 INT; J. Driskel 4-4-39, 0 TDs, 0 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — R. Parker 1 CIN — S. Williams 1 SACKS KC — D. Ford 1.0; C. Jones 1.0 CIN — A. Billings 1.0; C. Dunlap 1.0 FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker53WL (26) CIN — R. Bullock(33)

GAME 8 Chiefs 30, Broncos 23 October 28, 2018 • Arrowhead Stadium • 77,103 Denver Broncos ..................... 7 7 0 9 Kansas City Chiefs ................ 3 13 14 0

DEN — P.Lindsay 1 yd. run (B.McManus kick) (8-81, 4:17) KC — H.Butker 24 yd. Field Goal (11-57, 5:22) KC — T.Kelce 9 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (4-55, 2:10) KC — S.Watkins 13 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (kick failed, wl) (8-92, 4:24) DEN — T.Patrick 24 yd. pass from C.Keenum (B.McManus kick) (5-75, 0:49) KC — S.Watkins 10 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (9-83, 4:44) KC — K.Hunt 23 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (4-32, 1:53) DEN — J.Heuerman 4 yd. pass from C.Keenum (run failed) (12-75, 5:15) DEN — B.McManus 36 yd. Field Goal (10-46, 2:12) TEAM STATISTICS BRONCOS CHIEFS First Downs ..................................................... 22 20 Total Net Yards ............................................. 411 340 Rushes/Net Yards .................................... 30/189 18/49 Net Passing .................................................. 222 291 Pass Attempts/Completions ....................... 34/23 34/24 Had Intercepted ............................................... 1 1 Sacked/Yards Lost ....................................... 5/40 2/12 Punts/Average .......................................... 4/43.8 5/39.2 Penalties/Yards .......................................... 10/83 7/50 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 3/1 0/0 Possession Time ........................................ 32:41 27:19

— 23 — 30

RUSHING KC — K. Hunt 16-50; P. Mahomes 2-(-1) DEN — P. Lindsay 18-95, TD; D. Booker 9-78; T. Patrick 1-13; C. Keenum 1-9; E. Sanders 1-(-6) RECEIVING KC — S. Watkins 8-107, 2 TDs; T. Kelce 6-79, TD; T. Hill 3-70; K. Hunt 5-36, TD; A. Sherman 1-10; D. Robinson 1-1 DEN — C. Sutton 3-78; E. Sanders 4-57; D. Thomas 3-30; M. LaCosse 4-29; T. Patrick 1-24, TD; D. Booker 4-23; P. Lindsay 3-17; J. Heuerman 1-4, TD PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 34-24-303, 4 TDs, 1 INT DEN — C. Keenum 34-23-262, 2 TDs, 1 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — K. Fuller 1 DEN — J. Simmons 1 SACKS KC — D. Ford 3.0; C. Jones 1.0; B. Speaks 1.0 DEN — D. Thomas 1.0; B. Chubb 0.5; V. Miller 0.5 FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker(24) DEN — B. McManus55WR (36)


GAME 9 Chiefs 37, Browns 21 November 4, 2018 • FirstEnergy • 67,431 Kansas City Chiefs ................ 7 14 13 3 Cleveland Browns ................. 3 12 0 6

KC — K.Hunt 50 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (7-95, 2:43) CLE — G.Joseph 51 yd. Field Goal (11-42, 5:29) KC — T.Kelce 11 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (7-75, 4:15) CLE — N.Chubb 3 yd. run (pass failed) (12-75, 7:01) KC — K.Hunt 1 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (6-75, 4:05) CLE — D.Johnson 19 yd. pass from B.Mayfield (pass failed) (9-79, 1:58) KC — T.Kelce 13 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (10-75, 4:57) KC — K.Hunt 10 yd. run (kick failed, hru) (2-21, 0:35) CLE — D.Johnson 5 yd. pass from B.Mayfield (pass failed) (15-75, 7:31) KC — H.Butker 39 yd. Field Goal (11-54, 5:30) TEAM STATISTICS CHIEFS BROWNS First Downs .................................................... 27 26 Total Net Yards ............................................ 499 388 Rushes/Net Yards .................................... 24/139 25/102 Net Passing .................................................. 360 286 Pass Attempts/Completions ...................... 32/23 43/30 Had Intercepted ............................................... 1 1 Sacked/Yards Lost ....................................... 2/15 2/22 Punts/Average .......................................... 2/31.5 2/19.5 Penalties/Yards ......................................... 11/86 4/20 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 0/0 0/0 Possession Time ........................................ 29:09 30:51

— 37 — 21

RUSHING KC — K. Hunt 17-91, 2 TDs; P. Mahomes 2-18; T. Hill 2-16; S. Ware 2-12; S. Watkins 1-2 CLE — N. Chubb 22-85, TD; B. Perriman 2-9; D. Johnson Jr. 1-8 RECEIVING KC — T. Kelce 7-99, 2 TDs; T. Hill 4-69; S. Ware 4-69; S. Watkins 5-62; K. Hunt 1-50, TD; C. Conley 1-23; D. Robinson 1-3 CLE — D. Johnson Jr. 9-78, 2 TDs; D. Njoku 4-53; A. Callaway 3-51; J. Landry 6-50; B. Perriman 2-36; R. Higgins 3-19; D. Ratley 2-16; N. Chubb 1-5 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 32-23-375, 3 TDs, 1 INT CLE — B. Mayfield 42-29-297, 2 TDs, 1 INT; T. Taylor 1-1-11, 0 TDs, 0 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — S. Nelson 1 CLE — D. Rice 1 SACKS KC — C. Jones 1.0; J. Lucas 1.0 CLE — G. Avery 1.0; M. Garrett 1.0 FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker(39) CLE — G. Joseph(51)

GAME 10 Chiefs 26, Cardinals 14 November 11, 2018 • Arrowhead Stadium • 76,712 Arizona Cardinals .................. 7 0 7 0 Kansas City Chiefs .............. 10 10 0 6

KC — T.Hill 37 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (3-75, 0:56) ARI — D.Johnson 9 yd. pass from J.Rosen (P.Dawson kick) (12-75, 6:01) KC — H.Butker 45 yd. Field Goal (7-11, 5:03) KC — H.Butker 46 yd. Field Goal (9-54, 3:58) KC — T.Hill 14 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (9-73, 4:53) ARI — D.Johnson 1 yd. run (P.Dawson kick) (12-61, 7:12) KC — S.Ware 3 yd. run (pass failed) (4-31, 1:58) TEAM STATISTICS CARDINALS CHIEFS First Downs .................................................... 21 20 Total Net Yards ............................................ 260 330 Rushes/Net Yards ...................................... 25/94 23/118 Net Passing .................................................. 166 212 Pass Attempts/Completions ...................... 39/22 28/21 Had Intercepted ............................................... 2 0 Sacked/Yards Lost ....................................... 5/42 5/37 Punts/Average .......................................... 5/49.4 5/46.6 Penalties/Yards ........................................... 3/30 8/63 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 1/0 1/0 Possession Time ........................................ 31:47 28:13

— 14 — 26

RUSHING KC — K. Hunt 16-71; P. Mahomes 4-21; T. Hill 1-20; S. Ware 2-6, TD ARI — D. Johnson 21-98, TD; C. Edmonds 2-7; J. Rosen 1-(-1); J. Nelson 1-(-10) RECEIVING KC — T. Hill 7-117, 2 TDs; T. Kelce 6-46; D. Robinson 3-30; K. Hunt 2-25; C. Conley 1-22; S. Ware 1-7; A. Sherman 1-2 ARI — D. Johnson 7-85, TD; R. Seals-Jones 5-51; L. Fitzgerald 6-50; T. Logan 2-14; C. Kirk 2-8 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 28-21-249, 2 TDs, 0 INT ARI — J. Rosen 39-22-208, TD, 2 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — J. Houston 1; S. Nelson 1 ARI — None SACKS KC — C. Jones 2.0; A. Bailey 1.0; D. Ford 1.0; R. Parker 1.0 ARI — C. Jones 2.0; J. Bynes 1.0; R. Gunter 1.0; B. Mayowa 1.0 FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker(45) (46) ARI — None


GAME 11 Rams 54, Chiefs 51 November 19, 2018 • Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum • 77,002 Kansas City Chiefs ................ 7 16 7 21 Los Angeles Rams ............... 13 10 17 14

LAR — R.Woods 7 yd. pass from J.Goff (kick failed, wl) (6-75, 3:00) LAR — J.Reynolds 4 yd. pass from J.Goff (G.Zuerlein kick) (10-83, 4:21) KC — T.Hill 25 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (4-75, 2:10) LAR — G.Zuerlein 23 yd. Field Goal (9-79, 3:31) KC — H.Butker 21 yd. Field Goal (11-73, 6:50) KC — K.Hunt 21 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (1-21, 0:09) LAR — S.Ebukam 11 yd. fumble return (G.Zuerlein kick) KC — C.Conley 8 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (kick failed, wl) (7-69, 1:37) LAR — J.Goff 7 yd. run (G.Zuerlein kick) (8-46, 2:35) KC — T.Kelce 4 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (8-64, 3:43) LAR — G.Zuerlein 33 yd. Field Goal (9-50, 4:45) LAR — S.Ebukam 25 yd. interception return (G.Zuerlein kick) KC — T.Hill 73 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (3-91, 1:28) KC — A.Bailey 2 yd. fumble return (H.Butker kick) LAR — G.Everett 7 yd. pass from J.Goff (G.Zuerlein kick) (6-75, 1:29) KC — C.Conley 10 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (8-65, 3:46) LAR — G.Everett 40 yd. pass from J.Goff (G.Zuerlein kick) (6-75, 0:58) TEAM STATISTICS CHIEFS RAMS First Downs ..................................................... 27 29 Total Net Yards ............................................. 546 455 Rushes/Net Yards ...................................... 20/98 21/76 Net Passing ................................................... 448 379 Pass Attempts/Completions ....................... 46/33 49/31 Had Intercepted ................................................ 3 0 Sacked/Yards Lost ....................................... 3/30 5/34 Punts/Average .......................................... 3/47.3 4/55.5 Penalties/Yards ........................................ 13/135 8/60 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 2/2 3/2 Possession Time ........................................ 29:37 30:23

— 51 — 54

RUSHING KC — K. Hunt 14-70; P. Mahomes 6-28 LAR — T. Gurley II 12-55; M. Brown 4-15; J. Goff 4-6, TD; B. Cooks 1-(0) RECEIVING KC — T. Hill 10-215, 2 TDs; T. Kelce 10-127, TD; C. Conley 7-74, 2 TDs; K. Hunt 3-41, TD; D. Robinson 1-14; S. Watkins 1-4; D. Harris 1-3 LAR — B. Cooks 8-107; J. Reynolds 6-80, TD; R. Woods 4-72, TD; T. Higbee 6-63; G. Everett 3-49, 2 TDs; T. Gurley II 3-39; K. Hodge 1-3 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 46-33-478, 6 TDs, 3 INT LAR — J. Goff 49-31-413, 4 TDs, 0 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — None LAR — S. Ebukam 1; L. Joyner 1; M. Peters 1 SACKS KC — C. Jones 2.0; A. Bailey 1.0; J. Houston 1.0; X. Williams 1.0 LAR — A. Donald 2.0; S. Ebukam 1.0 FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker(21) LAR — G. Zuerlein(23) (33)


GAME 13 Chiefs 40, Raiders 33 December 2, 2018 • Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum • 54,255 KC

Kansas City Chiefs .............. 10 9 14 7 Oakland Raiders .................... 0 7 9 17

— T.Kelce 3 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (2-65, 0:52) KC — H.Butker 29 yd. Field Goal (8-39, 3:31) KC — H.Butker 50 yd. Field Goal (12-38, 6:00) OAK — D.Martin 1 yd. run (D.Carlson kick) (11-75, 5:58) KC — T.Kelce 6 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (kick blocked) (5-82, 0:57) OAK — D.Carlson 50 yd. Field Goal (8-43, 3:54) KC — S.Ware 1 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (11-75, 5:18) OAK — J.Cook 24 yd. pass from D.Carr (run failed) (6-68, 2:20) KC — D.Harris 13 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (7-52, 2:09) OAK — L.Smith 1 yd. pass from D.Carr (D.Carlson kick) (10-75, 4:23) OAK — M.Ateman 9 yd. pass from D.Carr (D.Carlson kick) (6-54, 2:32) KC — C.Conley 2 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (10-75, 4:52) OAK — D.Carlson 44 yd. Field Goal (8-49, 1:24) TEAM STATISTICS CHIEFS RAIDERS First Downs .................................................... 25 28 Total Net Yards ............................................ 469 442 Rushes/Net Yards .................................... 30/174 28/171 Net Passing .................................................. 295 271 Pass Attempts/Completions ...................... 38/23 38/29 Had Intercepted ............................................... 0 0 Sacked/Yards Lost ......................................... 0/0 3/14 Punts/Average .......................................... 3/41.0 2/30.5 Penalties/Yards ......................................... 11/94 8/74 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 1/1 4/3 Possession Time ........................................ 29:14 30:46

— 40 — 33

RUSHING — P. Mahomes 9-52; S. Ware 14-47, TD; D. Williams 5-38; T. Hill 2-37 OAK — J. Richard 6-95; D. Martin 18-61, TD; D. Carr 1-8; D. Washington 3-7 RECEIVING KC — T. Kelce 12-168, 2 TDs; D. Harris 3-39, TD; D. Robinson 1-38; C. Conley 3-25, TD; T. Hill 1-13; D. Williams 2-7; S. Ware 1-5 OAK — J. Cook 7-100, TD; J. Nelson 10-97; J. Richard 3-31; S. Roberts 3-25; M. Ateman 2-16, TD; D. Harris 1-9; D. Martin 2-6; L. Smith 1-1, TD PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 38-23-295, 4 TDs, 0 INT OAK — D. Carr 38-29-285, 3 TDs, 0 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — None OAK — None SACKS KC — D. Ford 1.5; C. Jones 1.5 OAK — None FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker(29) (50) OAK — D. Carlson(50) (44) KC

GAME 14 Chiefs 27, Ravens 24 December 9, 2018 • Arrowhead Stadium • 74,336 KC — BAL — BAL — KC —

Baltimore Ravens ................. 0 10 7 7 0 — 24 Kansas City Chiefs ................ 7 10 0 7 3 — 27

Dam. Williams 1 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (10-75, 5:41) K.Dixon 3 yd. run (J.Tucker kick) (8-75, 3:46) J.Tucker 28 yd. Field Goal (10-49, 4:37) T.Kelce 15 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (9-75, 4:23) KC — H.Butker 24 yd. Field Goal (9-75, 1:36) BAL — M.Williams 10 yd. pass from L.Jackson (J.Tucker kick) (14-73, 7:15) BAL — J.Brown 9 yd. pass from L.Jackson (J.Tucker kick) (3-14, 0:54) KC — Dam. Williams 5 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (11-75, 3:11) KC — H.Butker 35 yd. Field Goal (11-58, 5:18) TEAM STATISTICS RAVENS CHIEFS 30 First Downs ..................................................... 24 442 Total Net Yards ............................................. 321 27/94 Rushes/Net Yards ..................................... 40/194 348 Net Passing ................................................... 127 53/35 Pass Attempts/Completions ....................... 26/13 1 Had Intercepted ................................................ 0 3/29 Sacked/Yards Lost ....................................... 2/20 3/37.0 Punts/Average .......................................... 3/52.7 7/53 Penalties/Yards ........................................ 11/112 1/0 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 1/1 37:00 Possession Time ........................................ 31:27

RUSHING KC — S. Ware 15-75; D. Williams 8-14, TD; T. Hill 1-6; A. Sherman 1-2; P. Mahomes 2-(-3) BAL — G. Edwards 16-67; L. Jackson 14-67; K. Dixon 8-59, TD; T. Montgomery 2-1 RECEIVING KC — T. Hill 8-139; T. Kelce 7-77, TD; S. Ware 5-54; D. Robinson 5-42; D. Harris 3-28; D. Williams 4-16, TD; C. Conley 2-13; D. Williams 1-8 BAL — W. Snead IV 5-61; M. Crabtree 3-31; J. Brown 2-23, TD; K. Dixon 1-21; M. Williams 1-10, TD; T. Montgomery 1-1 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 53-35-377, 2 TDs, 1 INT BAL — L. Jackson 24-13-147, 2 TDs, 0 INT; R. Griffin III 2-0-(0), 0 TDs, 0 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — None BAL — C. Clark 1 SACKS KC — J. Houston 1.0; C. Jones 1.0 BAL — M. Judon 1.0; Z. Smith 0.5; T. Suggs 0.5 FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker51WR 43WR (24) (35) BAL — J. Tucker(28)


GAME 15 Chargers 29, Chiefs 28 December 13, 2018 • Arrowhead Stadium • 75,091 Los Angeles Chargers .......... 0 7 7 15 Kansas City Chiefs .............. 14 0 7 7

KC — D.Robinson 5 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (10-49, 4:58) KC — Dar.Williams 11 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (10-80, 4:51) LAC — M.Williams 3 yd. pass from P.Rivers (M.Badgley kick) (10-75, 6:00) KC — Dam. Williams 2 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (7-74, 3:22) LAC — M.Williams 19 yd. run (M.Badgley kick) (11-76, 6:41) KC — Dam. Williams 1 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (13-73, 7:55) LAC — J.Jackson 3 yd. run (M.Badgley kick) (11-75, 4:26) LAC — M.Williams 1 yd. pass from P.Rivers (P.Rivers-M.Williams pass) (8-60, 2:33) TEAM STATISTICS CHARGERS CHIEFS First Downs .................................................... 30 22 Total Net Yards ............................................. 407 294 Rushes/Net Yards .................................... 24/119 17/60 Net Passing .................................................. 288 234 Pass Attempts/Completions ....................... 38/26 34/24 Had Intercepted ............................................... 2 0 Sacked/Yards Lost ....................................... 5/25 2/9 Punts/Average .......................................... 2/41.5 4/50.8 Penalties/Yards ............................................ 7/50 10/66 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 2/0 2/0 Possession Time ........................................ 33:16 26:44

— 29 — 28

RUSHING KC — D. Williams 10-49, 2 TDs; D. Williams 2-13; P. Mahomes 2-3; T. Hill 3-(-5) LAC — J. Jackson 16-58, TD; D. Newsome 6-34; M. Williams 1-19, TD; T. Benjamin 1-8 RECEIVING KC — D. Williams 6-74; T. Kelce 7-61; T. Hill 4-46; C. Conley 2-19; D. Williams 2-19, TD; K. Benjamin 1-17; D. Robinson 2-7, TD LAC — M. Williams 7-76, 2 TDs; T. Williams 6-71; T. Benjamin 2-57; A. Gates 4-54; J. Jackson 3-27; D. Newsome 2-19; V. Green 2-9 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 34-24-243, 2 TDs, 0 INT LAC — P. Rivers 38-26-313, 2 TDs, 2 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — K. Fuller 1; S. Nelson 1 LAC — None SACKS KC — C. Jones 2.5; J. Houston 1.5; D. Ford 1.0 LAC — M. Ingram III 1.5; I. Rochell 0.5 FIELD GOALS KC — None LAC — None

GAME 16 Seahawks 38, Chiefs 31 December 23, 2018 • CenturyLink Field • 69,067 Kansas City Chiefs ................ 3 7 7 14 Seattle Seahawks ................. 7 7 10 14

SEA — C.Carson 4 yd. run (S.Janikowski kick) (11-78, 5:06) KC — H.Butker 54 yd. Field Goal (8-39, 2:21) KC — Dam. Williams 2 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (10-74, 5:26) SEA — N.Vannett 1 yd. pass from R.Wilson (S.Janikowski kick) (6-21, 3:13) SEA — S.Janikowski 28 yd. Field Goal (12-65, 5:33) KC — C.West 25 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (7-83, 4:09) SEA — D.Baldwin 27 yd. pass from R.Wilson (S.Janikowski kick) (8-75, 4:33) KC — H.Butker 29 yd. Field Goal (10-60, 3:45) SEA — E.Dickson 2 yd. pass from R.Wilson (S.Janikowski kick) (6-70, 2:57) KC — D.Robinson 11 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (P.Mahomes run) (9-72, 2:55) SEA — C.Carson 1 yd. run (S.Janikowski kick) (8-75, 2:07) KC — H.Butker 32 yd. Field Goal (5-16, 1:09) TEAM STATISTICS CHIEFS SEAHAWKS 31 First Downs ..................................................... 22 464 Total Net Yards ............................................. 419 43/210 Rushes/Net Yards ..................................... 19/154 254 Net Passing ................................................... 265 29/18 Pass Attempts/Completions ....................... 40/23 Had Intercepted ................................................ 0 0 3/17 Sacked/Yards Lost ......................................... 1/8 3/34.7 Punts/Average .......................................... 3/48.0 3/20 Penalties/Yards ............................................ 8/76 1/0 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 3/2 35:02 Possession Time ........................................ 24:58

— 31 — 38

RUSHING KC — D. Williams 13-103; P. Mahomes 3-33; T. Hill 2-17; C. West 1-1 SEA — C. Carson 27-116, 2 TDs; R. Wilson 8-57; M. Davis 7-31; J. McKissic 1-6 RECEIVING KC — T. Hill 4-74; T. Kelce 5-54; C. Conley 3-54; D. Williams 7-37, TD; C. West 2-37, TD; D. Robinson 2-17, TD SEA — D. Baldwin 7-126, TD; T. Lockett 4-99; E. Dickson 3-19, TD; N. Vannett 2-11, TD; J. Brown 1-9; D. Moore 1-7 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 40-23-273, 3 TDs, 0 INT SEA — R. Wilson 29-18-271, 3 TDs, 0 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — None SEA — None SACKS KC — C. Jones 1.5; J. Houston 1.0; D. Ford 0.5 SEA — D. Jordan 1.0 FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker(54) (29) (32) SEA — S. Janikowski36RU (28)


GAME 17 Chiefs 35, Raiders 3 December 30, 2018 • Arrowhead Stadium • 77,550 KC

Oakland Raiders .................... 0 3 0 0 Kansas City Chiefs .............. 14 7 7 7

— T.Hill 67 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (6-84, 2:19) KC — D.Sorensen 54 yd. interception return (H.Butker kick) KC — Dam. Williams 4 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (9-60, 4:40) OAK — D.Carlson 50 yd. Field Goal (13-66, 4:39) KC — D.Robinson 89 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (5-99, 1:34) KC — T.Hill 15 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (10-92, 5:36) TEAM STATISTICS RAIDERS CHIEFS First Downs ..................................................... 20 18 Total Net Yards ............................................. 292 409 Rushes/Net Yards .................................... 29/127 27/99 Net Passing ................................................... 165 310 Pass Attempts/Completions ....................... 33/24 27/16 Had Intercepted ................................................ 2 1 Sacked/Yards Lost ....................................... 3/20 0/0 Punts/Average .......................................... 4/45.5 1/28.0 Penalties/Yards ............................................ 4/22 4/50 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 3/2 0/0 Possession Time ........................................ 33:56 26:04

— 3 — 35

RUSHING — D. Williams 11-51, TD; D. Williams 11-31; T. Hill 1-15, TD; C. Henne 1-3; P. Mahomes 2-1; C. West 1-(-2) OAK — D. Martin 21-100; D. Washington 4-30; J. Richard 3-1; S. Roberts 1-(-4) RECEIVING KC — T. Hill 5-101, TD; D. Robinson 1-89, TD; T. Kelce 5-62; G. Dieter 1-22; A. Sherman 2-19; K. Benjamin 1-9; D. Williams 1-8 OAK — J. Nelson 9-78; S. Roberts 5-31; J. Cook 3-28; D. Waller 3-23; J. Richard 2-17; M. Ateman 1-7; D. Martin 1-1 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 24-14-281, 2 TDs, 1 INT; C. Henne 3-2-29, 0 TDs, 0 INT OAK — D. Carr 33-24-185, 0 TDs, 2 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — R. Ragland 1; D. Sorensen 1 OAK — G. Conley 1 SACKS KC — J. Houston 1.5; D. Ford 1.0; X. Williams 0.5 OAK — None FIELD GOALS KC — None OAK — D. Carlson(50) KC


AFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF GAME 1 Chiefs 31, Colts 13 January 12, 2019 • Arrowhead Stadium • 76,765 KC — KC — KC — IND —

Indianapolis Colts ................. 0 7 0 6 Kansas City Chiefs .............. 14 10 0 7

Dam. Williams 10 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (5-90, 3:00) T.Hill 36 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (8-70, 3:04) H.Butker 39 yd. Field Goal (15-53, 6:59) Z.Pascal blocked punt recovery in end zone (A.Vinatieri kick) KC — P.Mahomes 4 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (10-75, 4:16) IND — T.Hilton 29 yd. pass from A.Luck (kick failed, wr) (10-87, 3:04) KC — Dar.Williams 6 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (9-61, 3:08) TEAM STATISTICS COLTS CHIEFS First Downs .................................................... 15 29 Total Net Yards ............................................. 266 433 Rushes/Net Yards ...................................... 14/87 33/180 Net Passing .................................................. 179 253 Pass Attempts/Completions ...................... 36/19 41/27 Had Intercepted ............................................... 0 0 Sacked/Yards Lost ....................................... 3/24 4/25 Punts/Average .......................................... 7/48.3 4/27.5 Penalties/Yards .......................................... 10/70 6/54 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 1/1 3/1 Possession Time ........................................ 20:11 39:49

— 13 — 31

RUSHING KC — D. Williams 25-129, TD; T. Hill 1-36, TD; D. Williams 3-9, TD; P. Mahomes 3-8, TD; S. Watkins 1-(-2) IND — M. Mack 9-46; N. Hines 3-24; A. Luck 2-17 RECEIVING KC — T. Kelce 7-108; T. Hill 8-72; S. Watkins 6-62; D. Williams 5-25; G. Dieter 1-11 IND — T. Hilton 4-60, TD; D. Inman 4-55; E. Ebron 5-51; C. Rogers 5-30; Z. Pascal 1-7 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 41-27-278, 0 TDs, 0 INT IND — A. Luck 36-19-203, TD, 0 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — None IND — None SACKS KC — J. Houston 2.0; D. Ford 1.0 IND — K. Moore II 2.0; D. Autry 1.0; J. Sheard 1.0 FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker(39) IND — A. Vinatieri23LU

AFC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP Patriots 37, Chiefs 31 January 20, 2019 • Arrowhead Stadium • 77,034 New England Patriots .......... 7 7 3 14 6 — 37 Kansas City Chiefs ................ 0 0 7 24 0 — 31

NE — S.Michel 1 yd. run (S.Gostkowski kick) (15-80, 8:05) NE — P.Dorsett 29 yd. pass from T.Brady (S.Gostkowski kick) (8-90, 2:41) KC — T.Kelce 12 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (4-74, 2:04) NE — S.Gostkowski 47 yd. Field Goal (6-8, 3:36) KC — Dam. Williams 1 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (9-75, 4:11) KC — Dam. Williams 23 yd. pass from P.Mahomes (H.Butker kick) (2-23, 0:10) NE — S.Michel 10 yd. run (S.Gostkowski kick) (10-75, 4:13) KC — Dam. Williams 2 yd. run (H.Butker kick) (5-68, 1:29) NE — R.Burkhead 4 yd. run (S.Gostkowski kick) (6-65, 1:24) KC — H.Butker 39 yd. Field Goal (4-48, 0:31) NE — R.Burkhead 2 yd. run (13-75, 4:52) (13-75, 4:52) TEAM STATISTICS PATRIOTS CHIEFS 18 First Downs ..................................................... 36 290 Total Net Yards ............................................. 524 12/41 Rushes/Net Yards ..................................... 48/176 249 Net Passing ................................................... 348 31/16 Pass Attempts/Completions ....................... 46/30 Had Intercepted ................................................ 2 0 4/46 Sacked/Yards Lost .......................................... 0/0 5/43.4 Punts/Average .......................................... 2/37.5 4/28 Penalties/Yards ............................................ 6/61 1/0 Fumbles/Lost ................................................. 0/0 20:53 Possession Time ........................................ 43:59

RUSHING KC — D. Williams 10-30, TD; P. Mahomes 2-11 NE — S. Michel 29-113, 2 TDs; R. Burkhead 12-41, 2 TDs; J. White 6-23; T. Brady 1-(-1) RECEIVING KC — S. Watkins 4-114; D. Williams 5-66, 2 TDs; T. Hill 1-42; D. Robinson 1-27; T. Kelce 3-23, TD; S. Ware 1-21; D. Harris 1-2 NE — J. Edelman 7-96; R. Gronkowski 6-79; J. White 4-49; C. Hogan 5-45; P. Dorsett 1-29, TD; R. Burkhead 4-23; C. Patterson 2-18; J. Develin 1-9 PASSING KC — P. Mahomes 31-16-295, 3 TDs, 0 INT NE — T. Brady 46-30-348, TD, 2 INT INTERCEPTIONS KC — R. Ragland 1; D. Sorensen 1 NE — None SACKS KC — None NE — K. Van Noy 2.0; T. Flowers 1.0; L. Guy 0.5; J. Simon 0.5 FIELD GOALS KC — H. Butker(39) NE — S. Gostkowski(47)


2019 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS NUMERICAL ROSTER (As of August 9, 2019) NO. NAME 1 Jody Fortson 2 Dustin Colquitt 4 Chad Henne 6 Jack Fox 7 Harrison Butker 8 Chase Litton 9 Kyle Shurmur 10 Tyreek Hill 11 Demarcus Robinson 12 Gehrig Dieter 13 Byron Pringle 14 Sammy Watkins 15 Patrick Mahomes 17 Mecole Hardman 19 Marcus Kemp 20 Morris Claiborne 20 Tremon Smith 21 Bashaud Breeland 22 Juan Thornhill 23 Armani Watts 24 Jordan Lucas 25 Michael Hunter 25 Darwin Thompson 26 Damien Williams 26 Mark Fields 27 Rashad Fenton 29 Kendall Fuller 30 Josh Caldwell 30 Harold Jones-Quartey Andrew Soroh 31 31 Darrel Williams 32 Tyrann Mathieu 34 Carlos Hyde 34 Herb Miller 35 Charvarius Ward 38 Marcus Marshall 40 John Lovett 40 D'Montre Wade 41 James Winchester 42 Anthony Sherman 43 Dakari Monroe 44 Dorian O'Daniel 45 D'Juan Hines 46 Raymond Davison 47 Darius Harris 48 Nick Keizer 49 Daniel Sorensen 50 Darron Lee 51 Jeremiah Attaochu 52 Rob McCray 53 Anthony Hitchens 54 Damien Wilson 55 Frank Clark 56 Ben Niemann 57 Breeland Speaks 59 Reggie Ragland 60 Ryan Hunter 61 Zack Golditch 62 Austin Reiter 64 Dino Boyd 65 Abdul Beecham 66 Kahlil McKenzie 67 Jimmy Murray 68 Chidi Okeke 70 Pace Murphy 71 Mitchell Schwartz 72 Eric Fisher 73 Nick Allegretti 74 Justin Hamilton 75 Cam Erving 76 Laurent Duvernay-Tardif 77 Andrew Wylie 80 Felton Davis 81 Blake Bell 82 Deon Yelder 83 Cody Thompson 84 Jamal Custis 85 Davon Grayson 87 Travis Kelce 89 Rashard Davis 90 Emmanuel Ogbah 91 Derrick Nnadi 92 Tanoh Kpassagnon 93 Joey Ivie 94 Hunter Dimick 95 Chris Jones 96 Cavon Walker 97 Alex Okafor 98 Xavier Williams 99 Khalen Saunders Reserve/Non-Football Injury 79 Tim Ward Reserved/Injured 20 Keith Reaser

POS. TE P QB P K QB QB WR WR WR WR WR QB WR WR CB RB CB DB S S DB RB RB CB CB CB RB S DB RB S RB DB CB RB TE DB LS FB DB LB LB LB LB TE S LB LB LB LB LB DE LB LB LB T T OL T G G C T T T T OL DT OL G T WR TE TE WR WR WR TE WR DE DT LB DT DE DT DT DE DT DL

HT. 6-6 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-5 6-4 5-10 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-3 5-10 6-4 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-0 5-8 5-11 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 6-2 5-11 5-9 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-3 5-11 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-6 6-6 6-5 6-7 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-5 6-6 6-3 6-6 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-5 5-9 6-4 6-1 6-7 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-0

WT. 230 210 222 224 205 230 225 185 203 207 203 211 230 187 210 192 190 195 205 205 190 192 200 224 192 188 198 220 210 210 224 190 229 190 198 200 225 206 240 242 191 220 235 230 238 251 208 232 252 280 235 245 260 235 285 252 316 295 300 300 321 320 305 315 308 320 315 320 315 313 321 309 211 252 255 205 213 187 260 175 275 312 289 301 268 310 278 261 309 324

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EXP. R 15 11 R 3 1 R 4 4 2 2 6 3 R 2 8 2 6 R 2 4 2 R 6 R R 4 R 3 R 2 7 6 R 2 R R 1 5 9 R 2 2 1 R 1 6 4 6 1 6 5 5 2 2 4 1 2 4 R R 2 2 R 2 8 7 R 3 5 6 2 R 5 2 R R 1 7 1 4 2 3 1 1 4 1 7 5 R

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Old Dominion

CFA-19

High Point, N.C.

28

4

Florida Atlantic

FA-19

Miami, Fla.

DE

6-6

255

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6-0

190

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HOW ACQ. CFA-19 D3-05 UFA-18 CFA-19 FA-17 CFA-18 CFA-19 D5b-16 D4c-16 CFA-17 CFA-18 UFA-18 D1-17 D2a-19 FA-17 FA-19 D6a-18 UFA-19 D2b-19 D4-18 T (MIA)-18 FA-19 D6b-19 UFA-18 CFA-19 D6a-19 T (WAS)-18 CFA-19 FA-19 CFA-19 CFA-18 UFA-19 FA-19 CFA-19 T (DAL)-18 CFA-19 CFA-19 CFA-18 FA-15 T (ARI)-13 CFA-19 D3b-18 FA-19 FA-18 CFA-19 FA-19 CFA-14 T (NJY)-19 FA-19 CFA-18 UFA-18 UFA-19 T (SEA)-19 CFA-18 D2-18 T (BUF)-17 CFA-18 W (ARI)-19 W (CLE)-18 CFA-19 CFA-19 D6b-18 FA-18 FA-19 FA-18 UFA-16 D1-13 D7-19 FA-17 T (CLE)-17 D6b-14 FA-17 CFA-19 FA-19 FA-18 CFA-19 CFA-19 FA-19 D3a-13 FA-19 T (CLE)-19 D3a-18 D2-17 FA-18 FA-19 D2-16 FA-19 UFA-19 RFA-18 D3-19

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HEAD COACH: Andy Reid OFFENSE: Eric Bieniemy (Offensive Coordinator); Joe Bleymaier (Pass Game Analyst/Asst. QBs); David Girardi (Offensive Quality Control); Andy Heck (Offensive Line); Mike Kafka (Quarterbacks); Greg Lewis (Wide Receivers); Corey Matthaei (Asst. Offensive Line); Deland McCullough (Running Backs); Tom Melvin (Tight Ends).

DEFENSE: Steve Spagnuolo (Defensive Coordinator); Terry Bradden (Defensive Quality Control); Brendan Daly (Run Game Coordinator/Defensive Line); Connor Embree

(Defensive Assistant); Matt House (Linebackers); Sam Madison (Defenisve Backs/Cornerbacks); Dave Merritt (Defensive Backs); Britt Reid (Linebackers/Outside Linebackers); Alex Whittingham (Defensive Quality Control).

SPECIALISTS: Dave Toub (Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator); Rod Wilson (Asst. Special Teams). MISCELLANEOUS: Barry Rubin (Head Strength & Conditioning); Greg Carbin (Asst. Strength and Conditioning); Travis Crittenden (Asst. Strength & Conditioning); Ryan Reynolds (Asst. Strength & Conditioning); Mike Frazier (Statistical Analysis Coordinator); Porter Ellett (Senior Asst. to Head Coach).


2019 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS ALPHABETICAL ROSTER (As of August 9, 2019) NO. NAME 73 Allegretti, Nick Attaochu, Jeremiah 51 65 Beecham, Abdul 81 Bell, Blake 64 Boyd, Dino 21 Breeland, Bashaud 7 Butker, Harrison 30 Caldwell, Josh 20 Claiborne, Morris 55 Clark, Frank 2 Colquitt, Dustin 84 Custis, Jamal 80 Davis, Felton 89 Davis, Rashard 46 Davison, Raymond 12 Dieter, Gehrig 94 Dimick, Hunter 76 Duvernay-Tardif, Laurent 75 Erving, Cam 27 Fenton, Rashad 26 Fields, Mark 72 Fisher, Eric 1 Fortson, Jody 6 Fox, Jack 29 Fuller, Kendall 61 Golditch, Zack 85 Grayson, Davon 74 Hamilton, Justin 17 Hardman, Mecole 47 Harris, Darius 4 Henne, Chad 10 Hill, Tyreek 45 Hines, D'Juan 53 Hitchens, Anthony 25 Hunter, Michael 60 Hunter, Ryan 34 Hyde, Carlos 93 Ivie, Joey 95 Jones, Chris 30 Jones-Quartey, Harold 48 Keizer, Nick 87 Kelce, Travis 19 Kemp, Marcus 92 Kpassagnon, Tanoh 50 Lee, Darron 8 Litton, Chase 40 Lovett, John 24 Lucas, Jordan 15 Mahomes, Patrick 38 Marshall, Marcus 32 Mathieu, Tyrann 52 McCray, Rob 66 McKenzie, Kahlil 34 Miller, Herb 43 Monroe, Dakari 70 Murphy, Pace 67 Murray, Jimmy 56 Niemann, Ben 91 Nnadi, Derrick 44 O'Daniel, Dorian 90 Ogbah, Emmanuel 97 Okafor, Alex 68 Okeke, Chidi 13 Pringle, Byron 59 Ragland, Reggie 62 Reiter, Austin 11 Robinson, Demarcus 99 Saunders, Khalen 71 Schwartz, Mitchell 42 Sherman, Anthony 9 Shurmur, Kyle 20 Smith, Tremon 49 Sorensen, Daniel 31 Soroh, Andrew 57 Speaks, Breeland 83 Thompson, Cody 25 Thompson, Darwin 22 Thornhill, Juan 40 Wade, D'Montre 96 Walker, Cavon 35 Ward, Charvarius 14 Watkins, Sammy 23 Watts, Armani 26 Williams, Damien 31 Williams, Darrel 98 Williams, Xavier 54 Wilson, Damien 41 Winchester, James 77 Wylie, Andrew 82 Yelder, Deon Reserve/Non-Football Injury 79 Ward, Tim Reserved/Injured 20 Reaser, Keith

POS. OL LB G TE T CB K RB CB DE P WR WR WR LB WR DE G OL CB CB T TE P CB T WR DT WR LB QB WR LB LB DB T RB DT DT S TE TE WR LB LB QB TE S QB RB S LB G DB DB T C LB DT LB DE DE T WR LB OL WR DL T FB QB RB S DB LB WR RB DB DB DT CB WR S RB RB DT LB LS T TE

HT. 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-4 5-11 6-4 5-11 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-3 5-9 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-5 5-11 5-10 6-7 6-6 6-2 5-11 6-5 6-2 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-6 5-11 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-7 6-1 6-5 6-3 6-1 6-3 5-10 5-9 6-2 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-6 6-5 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-6 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-5 5-10 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-2 5-8 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-1 5-11 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-6 6-4

WT. 320 252 321 252 300 195 205 220 192 260 210 213 211 175 230 207 268 321 313 188 192 315 230 224 198 295 187 315 187 238 222 185 235 235 192 316 229 301 310 210 251 260 210 289 232 230 225 190 230 200 190 280 320 190 191 308 305 235 312 220 275 261 315 203 252 300 203 324 320 242 225 190 208 210 285 205 200 205 206 278 198 211 205 224 224 309 245 240 309 255

AGE 23 26 22 28 22 27 24 23 29 26 37 23 22 23 24 26 25 28 26 22 22 28 23 22 24 24 23 26 21 23 34 25 24 27 26 24 28 24 25 26 24 29 23 25 24 23 23 26 23 22 27 23 22 21 21 25 24 24 23 24 25 28 22 25 25 27 24 23 30 30 22 23 29 23 23 23 22 23 24 25 23 26 23 27 24 27 26 30 24 24

EXP. R 6 R 5 R 6 3 R 8 5 15 R R 1 1 2 1 6 5 R R 7 R R 4 2 1 3 R R 11 4 2 6 2 1 6 1 4 3 1 7 2 3 4 1 R 4 3 R 7 1 2 R R 2 2 2 2 2 4 7 R 2 4 4 4 R 8 9 R 2 6 R 2 R R R 1 1 2 6 2 6 2 5 5 5 2 2

COLLEGE Illinois Georgia Tech Kansas State Oklahoma Cincinnati Clemson Georgia Tech Northwest Missouri State LSU Michigan Tennessee Syracuse Michigan State James Madison California Alabama Utah McGill Florida State South Carolina Clemson Central Michigan Valdosta State Rice Virginia Tech Colorado State East Carolina Louisiana-Lafayette Georgia Middle Tennessee State Michigan West Alabama Houston Iowa Oklahoma State Bowling Green Ohio State Florida Mississippi State Findlay Grand Valley State Cincinnati Hawaii Villanova Ohio State Marshall Princeton Penn State Texas Tech James Madison LSU Indiana Tennessee Florida Atlantic San Jose State Northwestern State Holy Cross Iowa Florida State Clemson Oklahoma State Texas Tennessee State Kansas State Alabama South Florida Florida Western Illinois California Connecticut Vanderbilt Central Arkansas BYU Florida Atlantic Mississippi Toledo Utah State Virginia Murray State Maryland Middle Tennessee State Clemson Texas A&M Oklahoma LSU Northern Iowa Minnesota Oklahoma Eastern Michigan Western Kentucky

HOW ACQ. D7-19 FA-19 CFA-19 FA-19 CFA-19 UFA-19 FA-17 CFA-19 FA-19 T (SEA)-19 D3-05 CFA-19 CFA-19 FA-19 FA-18 CFA-17 FA-19 D6b-14 T (CLE)-17 D6a-19 CFA-19 D1-13 CFA-19 CFA-19 T (WAS)-18 W (ARI)-19 FA-19 FA-17 D2a-19 CFA-19 UFA-18 D5b-16 FA-19 UFA-18 FA-19 CFA-18 FA-19 FA-18 D2-16 FA-19 FA-19 D3a-13 FA-17 D2-17 T (NJY)-19 CFA-18 CFA-19 T (MIA)-18 D1-17 CFA-19 UFA-19 CFA-18 D6b-18 CFA-19 CFA-19 FA-18 FA-18 CFA-18 D3-18 D3b-18 T (CLE)-19 UFA-19 FA-19 CFA-18 T (BUF)-17 W (CLE)-18 D4c-16 D3-19 UFA-16 T (ARI)-13 CFA-19 D6a-18 CFA-14 CFA-19 D2-18 CFA-19 D6b-19 D2b-19 CFA-18 FA-19 T (DAL)-18 UFA-18 D4-18 UFA-18 CFA-18 RFA-18 UFA-19 FA-15 FA-17 FA-18

HOMETOWN Frankfort, Ill. Washington, D.C. Cibolo, Texas Wichita, Kan. Newark, N.J. Allendale, S.C. Decatur, Ga. Lee's Summit, Mo. Shreveport, La. Cleveland, Ohio Knoxville, Tenn. Philadelphia, Pa. Richmond, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Los Angeles, Calif. South Bend, Ind. Syracuse, Utah Montreal, Quebec Moultrie, Ga. Miami, Fla. Charlotte, N.C. Rochester, Mich. Buffalo, N.Y. St. Louis, Mo. Baltimore, Md. Aurora, Colo. Cleveland, Ohio Natchez, Miss. Bowman, Ga. Horn Lake, Miss. West Lawn, Pa. Pearson, Ga. Spring, Texas Lorain, Ohio Monroe, La. North Bay, Ontario Cincinnati, Ohio Pasco, Fla. Houston, Miss. Columbus, Ohio Kalamazoo, Mich. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Layton, Utah Kalamazoo, Mich. Chattanooga, Tenn. Tampa, Fla. Wantagh, N.Y. New Rochelle, N.Y. Tyler, Texas Raleigh, N.C. New Orleans, La. Rockdale, Ga. Walnut Creek, Calif. Miramar, Fla. San Jose, Calif. Houston, Texas Evanston, Ill. Sycamore, Ill. Virginia Beach, Va. Olney, Md. Lagos, Nigeria Dallas, Texas Anambra, Nigeria Tampa, Fla. Madison, Ala. Bradenton, Fla. Fort Valley, Ga. St. Louis, Mo. Pacific Palisades, Calif. North Attleborough, Mass. Philadelphia, Pa. Anniston, Ala. Colton, Calif. Miami, Fla. Jackson, Miss. Huron, Ohio Tulsa, Okla. Altavista, Va. Columbia, Tenn. Washington, D.C. McCombs, Miss. Fort Myers, Fla. Forney, Texas San Diego, Calif. Marrero, La. Kansas City, Mo. Gloster, Miss. Washington, Okla. Midland, Mich. Louisville, Ky.

DE

6-6

255

22

R

Old Dominion

CFA-19

High Point, N.C.

CB

6-0

190

28

4

Florida Atlantic

FA-19

Miami, Fla.

HEAD COACH: Andy Reid OFFENSE: Eric Bieniemy (Offensive Coordinator); Joe Bleymaier (Pass Game Analyst/Asst. QBs); David Girardi (Offensive Quality Control); Andy Heck (Offensive Line); Mike Kafka (Quarterbacks); Greg Lewis (Wide Receivers); Corey Matthaei (Asst. Offensive Line); Deland McCullough (Running Backs); Tom Melvin (Tight Ends).

DEFENSE: Steve Spagnuolo (Defensive Coordinator); Terry Bradden (Defensive Quality Control); Brendan Daly (Run Game Coordinator/Defensive Line); Connor Embree (Defensive Assitant); Matt House (Linebackers); Sam Madison (Defenisve Backs/Cornerbacks); Dave Merritt (Defensive Backs); Britt Reid (Linebackers/Outside Linebackers); Alex Whittingham (Defensive Quality Control).

SPECIALISTS: Dave Toub (Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator); Rod Wilson (Asst. Special Teams). MISCELLANEOUS: Barry Rubin (Head Strength & Conditioning); Greg Carbin (Asst. Strength and Conditioning); Travis Crittenden (Asst. Strength & Conditioning); Ryan Reynolds (Asst. Strength & Conditioning); Mike Frazier (Statistical Analysis Coordinator); Porter Ellett (Senior Asst. to Head Coach).


2019 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS POSITION-BY-POSITION ROSTER (As of August 9, 2019)

NO. 4 8 15 9

NAME Henne, Chad Litton, Chase Mahomes, Patrick Shurmur, Kyle

POS. QB QB QB QB

HT. 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-4

WT. 222 230 230 225

NO. 30 34 38 42 20 25 26 31

NAME Caldwell, Josh Hyde, Carlos Marshall, Marcus Sherman, Anthony Smith, Tremon Thompson, Darwin Williams, Damien Williams, Darrel

POS. RB RB RB FB RB RB RB RB

HT. 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-10 6-0 5-8 5-11 5-11

WT. 220 229 200 242 190 200 224 224

NO. 84 80 89 12 85 17 10 19 13 11 83 14

NAME Custis, Jamal Davis, Felton Davis, Rashard Dieter, Gehrig Grayson, Davon Hardman, Mecole Hill, Tyreek Kemp, Marcus Pringle, Byron Robinson, Demarcus Thompson, Cody Watkins, Sammy

POS. WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR

HT. 6-5 6-3 5-9 6-3 6-2 5-10 5-10 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-1

WT. 213 211 175 207 187 187 185 210 203 203 205 211

NO. 81 1 48 87 40 82

NAME Bell, Blake Fortson, Jody Keizer, Nick Kelce, Travis Lovett, John Yelder, Deon

POS. TE TE TE TE TE TE

HT. 6-6 6-6 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-4

WT. 252 230 251 260 225 255

NO. 73 65 64 76 75 72 61 60 66 70 67 68 62 71 77

NAME Allegretti, Nick Beecham, Abdul Boyd, Dino Duvernay-Tardif, Laurent Erving, Cam Fisher, Eric Golditch, Zack Hunter, Ryan McKenzie, Kahlil Murphy, Pace Murray, Jimmy Okeke, Chidi Reiter, Austin Schwartz, Mitchell Wylie, Andrew

POS. OL G T G OL T T T G T C T OL T T

HT. 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-7 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-5 6-6 6-3 6-5 6-6

WT. 320 321 300 321 313 315 295 316 320 308 305 315 300 320 309

NO. 55 94 74 93 95 91 90 97 99 96 98

NAME Clark, Frank Dimick, Hunter Hamilton, Justin Ivie, Joey Jones, Chris Nnadi, Derrick Ogbah, Emmanuel Okafor, Alex Saunders, Khalen Walker, Cavon Williams, Xavier

POS. DE DE DT DT DT DT DE DE DL DT DT

HT. 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-6 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-2

WT. 260 268 315 301 310 312 275 261 324 278 309

NO. 51 46 47 45 53 92 50 52 56 44 59 57 54

NAME Attaochu, Jeremiah Davison, Raymond Harris, Darius Hines, D'Juan Hitchens, Anthony Kpassagnon, Tanoh Lee, Darron McCray, Rob Niemann, Ben O'Daniel, Dorian Ragland, Reggie Speaks, Breeland Wilson, Damien

POS. LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB

HT. 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-7 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-0

WT. 252 230 238 235 235 289 232 280 235 220 252 285 245

NO. 21 20 27 26 29 25 30 24 32 34 43 49 31 22 40 35 23

NAME Breeland, Bashaud Claiborne, Morris Fenton, Rashad Fields, Mark Fuller, Kendall Hunter, Michael Jones-Quartey, Harold Lucas, Jordan Mathieu, Tyrann Miller, Herb Monroe, Dakari Sorensen, Daniel Soroh, Andrew Thornhill, Juan Wade, D'Montre Ward, Charvarius Watts, Armani

POS. CB CB CB CB CB DB S S S DB DB S DB DB DB CB S

HT. 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-9 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-11

WT. 195 192 188 192 198 192 210 190 190 190 191 208 210 205 206 198 205

NO. 7 2 6 41

NAME Butker, Harrison Colquitt, Dustin Fox, Jack Winchester, James

POS. K P P LS

HT. 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3

WT. 205 210 224 240

QUARTERBACKS (4) AGE EXP. COLLEGE 11 Michigan 34 1 Marshall 23 3 Texas Tech 23 R Vanderbilt 22 RUNNING BACKS (8) AGE EXP. COLLEGE Northwest Missouri State R 23 6 Ohio State 28 R James Madison 22 9 Connecticut 30 2 Central Arkansas 23 R Utah State 22 6 Oklahoma 27 24 2 LSU WIDE RECEIVERS (12) AGE EXP. COLLEGE R Syracuse 23 R Michigan State 22 23 1 James Madison Alabama 2 26 1 East Carolina 23 R Georgia 21 4 West Alabama 25 2 Hawaii 23 2 Kansas State 25 4 Florida 24 R Toledo 23 6 Clemson 26 TIGHT ENDS (6) AGE EXP. COLLEGE 5 Oklahoma 28 R Valdosta State 23 1 Grand Valley State 24 7 Cincinnati 27 R Princeton 23 2 Western Kentucky 24 OFFENSIVE LINE (15) AGE EXP. COLLEGE R Illinois 23 R Kansas State 22 R Cincinnati 22 6 McGill 28 5 Florida State 26 28 7 Central Michigan 24 2 Colorado State 1 Bowling Green 24 2 Tennessee 22 2 Northwestern State 25 2 Holy Cross 24 R Tennessee State 22 4 South Florida 27 8 California 30 2 Eastern Michigan 24 DEFENSIVE LINE (11) AGE EXP. COLLEGE 5 Michigan 26 1 Utah 25 3 Louisiana 26 1 Florida 24 4 Mississippi State 25 2 Florida State 23 4 Oklahoma State 25 7 Texas 28 R Western Illinois 23 1 Maryland 25 5 Northern Iowa 27 LINEBACKERS (13) AGE EXP. COLLEGE 6 Georgia Tech 26 1 California 24 R Middle Tennessee State 23 2 Houston 24 6 Iowa 27 3 Villanova 25 4 Ohio State 24 1 Indiana 23 24 2 Iowa 2 Clemson 24 Alabama 25 4 2 Mississippi 23 5 Minnesota 26 DEFENSIVE BACKS (17) AGE EXP. COLLEGE 6 Clemson 27 LSU 8 29 R South Carolina 22 R Clemson 22 4 Virginia Tech 24 2 Oklahoma State 3 Findlay 26 4 Penn State 26 7 LSU 27 R Florida Atlantic 21 R San Jose State 21 6 BYU 29 R Florida Atlantic 23 R Virginia 23 1 Murray State 24 2 Middle Tennessee State 23 2 Texas A&M 23 SPECIALISTS (4) AGE EXP. COLLEGE Georgia Tech 24 3 37 15 Tennessee R Rice 22 Oklahoma 30 5

HOMETOWN West Lawn, Pa. Tampa, Fla. Tyler, Texas Philadelphia, Pa.

HOW ACQ. UFA-18 CFA-18 D1-17 CFA-19

HOMETOWN Lee's Summit, Mo. Cincinnati, Ohio Raleigh, N.C. North Attleborough, Mass. Anniston, Ala. Tulsa, Okla. San Diego, Calif. Marrero, La.

HOW ACQ. CFA-19 FA-19 CFA-19 T (ARI)-13 D6a-18 D6b-19 UFA-18 CFA-18

HOMETOWN Philadelphia, Pa. Richmond, Va. Charlottesville, Va. South Bend, Ind. Cleveland, Ohio Bowman, Ga. Pearson, Ga. Layton, Utah Tampa, Fla. Fort Valley, Ga. Huron, Ohio Fort Myers, Fla.

HOW ACQ. CFA-19 CFA-19 FA-19 CFA-17 FA-19 D2a-19 D5b-16 CFA-17 CFA-18 D4c-16 CFA-19 UFA-18

HOMETOWN Wichita, Kan. Buffalo, N.Y. Kalamazoo, Mich. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Wantagh, N.Y. Louisville, Ky.

HOW ACQ. FA-19 CFA-19 FA-19 D3a-13 CFA-19 FA-18

HOMETOWN Frankfort, Ill. Cibolo, Texas Newark, N.J. Montreal, Quebec Moultrie, Ga. Rochester, Mich. Aurora, Colo. North Bay, Ontario Walnut Creek, Calif. Houston, Texas Evanston, Ill. Anambra, Nigeria Bradenton, Fla. Pacific Palisades, Calif. Midland, Mich.

HOW ACQ. D7-19 CFA-19 CFA-19 D6b-14 T (CLE)-17 D1-13 W (ARI)-19 CFA-18 D6b-18 FA-18 FA-18 FA-19 W (CLE)-18 UFA-16 FA-17

HOMETOWN Cleveland, Ohio Syracuse, Utah Natchez, Miss. Pasco, Fla. Houston, Miss. Virginia Beach, Va. Lagos, Nigeria Dallas, Texas St. Louis, Mo. Washington, D.C. Kansas City, Mo.

HOW ACQ. T (SEA)-19 FA-19 FA-17 FA-18 D2-16 D3-18 T (CLE)-19 UFA-19 D3-19 FA-19 RFA-18

HOMETOWN Washington, D.C. Los Angeles, Calif. Horn Lake, Miss. Spring, Texas Lorain, Ohio Kalamazoo, Mich. Chattanooga, Tenn. Rockdale, Ga. Sycamore, Ill. Olney, Md. Madison, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Gloster, Miss.

HOW ACQ. FA-19 FA-18 CFA-19 FA-19 UFA-18 D2-17 T (NJY)-19 CFA-18 CFA-18 D3b-18 T (BUF)-17 D2-18 UFA-19

HOMETOWN Allendale, S.C. Shreveport, La. Miami, Fla. Charlotte, N.C. Baltimore, Md. Monroe, La. Columbus, Ohio New Rochelle, N.Y. New Orleans, La. Miramar, Fla. San Jose, Calif. Colton, Calif. Miami, Fla. Altavista, Va. Columbia, Tenn. McCombs, Miss. Forney, Texas

HOW ACQ. UFA-19 FA-19 D6a-19 CFA-19 T (WAS)-18 FA-19 FA-19 T (MIA)-18 UFA-19 CFA-19 CFA-19 CFA-14 CFA-19 D2b-19 CFA-18 T (DAL)-18 D4-18

HOMETOWN Decatur, Ga. Knoxville, Tenn. St. Louis, Mo. Washington, Okla.

HOW ACQ. FA-17 D3-05 CFA-19 FA-15


2019 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS UNOFFICIAL DEPTH CHART (As of August 9, 2019) OFFENSE WR

10 Tyreek Hill

LT LG C RG RT TE

72 77 62 76 71 87

WR

14 Sammy Watkins

QB RB

15 Patrick Mahomes 26 Damien Williams

FB

42 Anthony Sherman

LDE LDT RDT RDE WLB MLB SLB LCB

97 95 91 55 53 59 54 29

RCB

21 Bashaud Breeland

FS SS

49 Daniel Sorensen 32 Tyrann Mathieu

P K H LS PR KR

2 7 2 41 10 20

Eric Fisher Andrew Wylie Austin Reiter Laurent Duvernay-Tardif Mitchell Schwartz Travis Kelce

11 83 75 73 67 66 70 82 40 17 84 4 34 30 40

Demarcus Robinson Cody Thompson Cam Erving Nick Allegretti Jimmy Murray Kahlil McKenzie Pace Murphy Deon Yelder John Lovett Mecole Hardman Jamal Custis Chad Henne Carlos Hyde Josh Caldwell John Lovett

57 98 74 92 50 56 51 35 25 40 20 22 24

Breeland Speaks Xavier Williams Justin Hamilton Tanoh Kpassagnon Darron Lee Ben Niemann Jeremiah Attaochu Charvarius Ward Michael Hunter D'Montre Wade Morris Claiborne Juan Thornhill Jordan Lucas

12 80 64 65

Gehrig Dieter Felton Davis Dino Boyd Abdul Beecham

89 Rashard Davis 1 Jody Fortson

60 Ryan Hunter 68 Chidi Okeke 81 Blake Bell

61 Zack Golditch

13 85 8 31 38

Byron Pringle Davon Grayson Chase Litton Darrel Williams Marcus Marshall

19 Marcus Kemp

90 99 93 52 44 46

Emmanuel Ogbah Khalen Saunders Joey Ivie Rob McCray Dorian O'Daniel Raymond Davison

48 Nick Keizer

9 Kyle Shurmur 25 Darwin Thompson 20 Tremon Smith

DEFENSE Alex Okafor Chris Jones Derrick Nnadi Frank Clark Anthony Hitchens Reggie Ragland Damien Wilson Kendall Fuller

34 Herb Miller 20 Keith Reaser 27 Rashad Fenton 30 Harold Jones-Quartey 23 Armani Watts SPECIALISTS

Dustin Colquitt Harrison Butker Dustin Colquitt James Winchester Tyreek Hill Tremon Smith

6 Jack Fox 2 Dustin Colquitt 17 Mecole Hardman 10 Tyreek Hill

Rookies Underlined PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Nick Allegretti al-uh-GRET-ee Jeremiah Attaochu uh-TAU-chew Bashaud Breeland BA-shaud Laurent Duvernay-Tardif Doo-ver-nay Tar-diff Mecole Hardman MUH-cole Tyreek Hill tie-REEK D'Juan Hines duh-WAN Travis Kelce KEL-see Tanoh Kpassagnon TAWN-o pass-N-yo Darron Lee Darrin Tyrann Mathieu TY-run MATH-you Ben Niemann NEE-man Derrick Nnadi NAH-dee Emmanuel Ogbah AWG-buh Alex Okafor OH-kuh-for Chidi Okeke Chiddy O-kee-kee Keith Reaser REES-er Austin Reiter RIGHT-er Khalen Saunders KAH-len Tremon Smith Tray-mon D'Montre Wade duh-MON-tray Cavon Walker SUH-von Charvarius Ward CHAR-vair-EE-us Xavier Williams EX-zay-vier Andrew Wylie WHY-lee

96 Cavon Walker 45 D'Juan Hines 47 Darius Harris 26 Mark Fields 43 Dakari Monroe 31 Andrew Soroh


HOW THE 2019 CHIEFS ROSTER WAS BUILT (As of August 9, 2019) YEAR DRAFT

FREE AGENTS

2005 P Dustin Colquitt (3) 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 T Eric Fisher (1) TE Travis Kelce (3a)

TRADE/WAIVERS

Anthony Sherman (T/ARI)

2014 G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (6b)

S Daniel Sorensen (FA)

2015

LS James Winchester (FA)

2016 DT Chris Jones (2) WR Demarcus Robinson (4c) WR Tyreek Hill (5b)

T Mitchell Schwartz (UFA)

2017 QB Patrick Mahomes (1) DL Tanoh Kpassagnon (2)

K Harrison Butker (FA) DT Justin Hamilton (FA) WR Marcus Kemp (FA)

LB Reggie Ragland (T/BUF) OL Cam Erving (T/CLE)

2018 LB Breeland Speaks (2) DT Derrick Nnadi (3a) LB Dorian O'Daniel (3b) S Armani Watts (4) RB Tremon Smith (6a) G Kahlil McKenzie (6b)

OL Andrew Wylie (FA) WR Sammy Watkins (UFA) LB Anthony Hitchens (UFA) QB Chad Henne (UFA) DT Xavier Williams (RFA) RB Damien Williams (UFA) LB Ben Niemann (CFA) RB Darrel Williams (CFA) WR Byron Pringle (CFA) C Jimmy Murray (FA) TE Deon Yelder (FA) WR Gehrig Dieter (FA)

CB Kendall Fuller (T/WAS) CB Charvarius Ward (T/DAL) S Jordan Lucas (T/MIA) OL Austin Reiter (W/CLE)

2019 WR Mecole Hardman (2a) DB Juan Thornhill (2b) DL Khalen Saunders (3) CB Rashad Fenton (6a) RB Darwin Thompson (6b) OL Nick Allegretti (7)

DT Cavon Walker (FA) LB Raymond Davison (FA) T Ryan Hunter (FA) DT Joey Ivie (FA) QB Chase Litton (FA) LB McCray, Robert (FA) T Pace Murphy (FA) DB D'Montre Wade (FA) RB Marcus Marshall (CFA) WR Davon Graysnon (FA) S Harold Jones-Quartey (FA) RB Carlos Hyde (FA) S Tyrann Mathieu (UFA) LB Damien Wilson (UFA) DE Alex Okafor (UFA) CB Bashaud Breeland (UFA) TE Blake Bell (FA) LB Jeremiah Attaochu (FA) T Dino Boyd (CFA) WR Jamal Custis (CFA) WR Davis Felton (CFA) CB Mark Fields (CFA) P Jack Fox (CFA) WR Rashard Davis (FA) DB Andrew Soroh (CFA) TE John Lovett (CFA) DB Herb Miller (CFA) QB Kyle Shurmur (CFA) WR Cody Thompson (CFA) DE Tim Ward (CFA) TE Jody Fortson (CFA) DB Dakari Monroe (CFA) TE Nick Keizer (FA) T Chidi Okeke (FA) G Abdul Beecham (CFA) RB Josh Caldwell (CFA) LB Darius Harris (CFA) LB D'Juan Hines (FA) DB Michael Hunter (FA) DE Hunter Dimick (FA) CB Morris Claiborne (FA) 9 Unrestricted Free Agents 29 Free Agents 22 College Free Agents 1 Restricted Free Agent

DE Emmanuel Ogbah (T/CLE) DE Frank Clark (T/SEA) T Zack Golditch (W/ARI) LB Darron Lee (T/NYJ)

TOTAL ROSTER BREAKDOWN 21 Draft Choices

2 Waiver Claims 9 Trades


2019 CHIEFS ROSTER BY EXPERIENCE (As of August 9, 2019) 15th Year (1)

5th Year (6)

3rd Year (5)

1st Year (11)

P Dustin Colquitt

TE Blake Bell

K Harrison Butker

WR Rashard Davis

DE Frank Clark

DT Justin Hamilton

LB Raymond Davison

11th Year (1)

OL Cam Erving

S Harold Jones-Quartey

DE Hunter Dimick

QB Chad Henne

DT Xavier Williams

DL Tanoh Kpassagnon

WR Davon Grayson

LB Damien Wilson

QB Patrick Mahomes

T Ryan Hunter

9th Year (1)

LS James Winchester

FB Anthony Sherman 4th Year (10)

DT Joey Ivie 2nd Year (19)

TE Nick Keizer

WR Gehrig Dieter

QB Chase Litton

8th Year (2)

CB Kendall Fuller

LB D'Juan Hines

LB Rob McCray

CB Morris Claiborne

WR Tyreek Hill

DB Michael Hunter

CB D'Montre Wade

T Mitchell Schwartz

DT Chris Jones

WR Marcus Kemp

DT Cavon Walker

S Jordan Lucas

G Kahlil McKenzie

7th Year (4)

DE Emmanuel Ogbah

T Pace Murphy

Rookie (24)

T Eric Fisher

LB Reggie Ragland

C Jimmy Murray

OL Nick Allegretti

TE Travis Kelce

CB Keith Reaser

LB Ben Niemann

G Abdul Beecham

S Tyrann Mathieu

OL Austin Reiter

DT Derrick Nnadi

T Dino Boyd

DE Alex Okafor

WR Demarcus Robinson

LB Dorian O'Daniel

RB Josh Caldwell

LB Darron Lee

WR Byron Pringle

WR Jamal Custis

6th Year (8)

RB Tremon Smith

WR Davis Felton

LB Jeremiah Attaochu

LB Breeland Speaks

CB Rashad Fenton CB Mark Fields

CB Bashaud Breeland

CB Charvarius Ward

G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif

S Armani Watts

TE Jody Fortson

LB Anthony Hitchens

RB Darrel Williams

P Jack Fox

RB Carlos Hyde

T Andrew Wylie

LB Darius Harris

S Daniel Sorensen

TE Deon Yelder

WR Mecole Hardman

WR Sammy Watkins

T Zack Golditch

TE John Lovett

RB Damien Williams

RB Marcus Marshall DB Herb Miller DB Dakari Monroe T Chidi Okeke DL Khalen Saunders QB Kyle Shurmur DB Andrew Soroh RB Darwin Thompson WR Cody Thompson DB Juan Thornhill DE Tim Ward

2019 CHIEFS ROSTER BY DRAFT ROUND [Overall selection in brackets] 1st Round (6) [1] T Eric Fisher (2013) [4] WR Sammy Watkins (2014-BUF) [6] CB Morris Claiborne (2012-DAL) [10] QB Patrick Mahomes (2017) [19] OL Cam Erving (2015CLE) [20] LB Darron Lee (2016-NYJ)

2nd Round (12) [32] DE Emmanuel Ogbah (2017-CLE) [37] T Mitchell Schwartz (2012 - CLE) [37] DT Chris Jones (2016) [41] LB Reggie Ragland (2016-BUF) [46] LB Breeland Speaks (2018) [50] LB Jeremiah Attaochu (2014-SD) [56] Mecole Hardman (2019) [57] QB Chad Henne (2008-MIA) [57] RB Carlos Hyde (2014-SF) [59] Tanoh Kpassagnon (2017) [63] DE Frank Clark (2015-SEA) [63] DB Juan Thornhill (2019)

3rd Round (7) [63] TE Travis Kelce (2013) [69] S Tyrann Mathieu (2013-ARI) [75] DT Derrick Nnadi (2018) [84] CB Kendall Fuller (2016-WAS) [84] DT Khalen Saunders (2019) [99] P Dustin Colquitt (2005) [100] LB Dorian O'Daniel (2018)

4th Round (8) [102] CB Bashaud Breeland (2014-WAS) [103] DE Alex Okafor (2013-ARI) [117] TE Blake Bell (2015-SF) [119] LB Anthony Hitchens (2014-DAL) [124] S Armani Watts (2018) [126] WR Demarcus Robinson (2016) [127] LB Damien Wilson (2015-DAL) [129] DB Dontae Johnson (2014-SF)

5th Round (3) [136] FB Anthony Sherman (2011-ARI) [165] WR Tyreek Hill (2016) [170] CB Keith Reaser (2014-SF)

6th Round (6) [196] RB Tremon Smith (2018) [198] G Kahlil McKenzie (2018) [200] G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (2014) [201] CB Rashad Fenton (2019) [204] S Jordan Lucas (2016-MIA) [210] RB Darwin Thompson (2019)

7th Round (4) [216] OL Nick Allegretti (2019) [222] OL Austin Reiter (2015-CLE) [228] DT Joey Ivie, (2017-DAL) [233] K Harrison Butker (2017-CAR)

Undrafted (47) LS James Winchester (2013 - PHI), RB Damien Williams (2014-MIA), DT Justin Hamilton (2015 - BUF), DT Xavier Williams (2015 - ARI), WR Marcus Kemp (2017), T Andrew Wylie (2017 - IND), LB Ben Niemann (2018), CB Charvarius Ward (2018 - DAL), RB Darrel Williams (2018), C Jimmy Murray (2018), TE Deon Yelder (2018 - NO), S Daniel Sorensen (2014), WR Gehrig Dieter (2017), DT Cavon Walker (2018-CHI), LB Raymond Davison (2018), T Ryan Hunter (2018), QB Chase Litton (2018), LB Rob McCray (2018), T Pace Murhpy (2016-LAR), CB D'Montre Wade (2018), WR Davon Grayson (2018), S Harold JonesQuartey (2015-ARI), WR Byron Pringle (2018), T Dino Boyd (2019), WR Jamal Custis (2019), WR Felton Davis (2019), CB Mark Fields (2019), P Jack Fox (2019), TE John Lovett (2019), QB Kyle Shurmur (2019), WR Cody Thompson (2019), DE Tim Ward (2019), T Zack Golditch (2018-LAC), TE Jody Fortson (2019), WR Rashard Davis (2017 - PHI), RB Marcus Marshall (2019), DB Herb Miller (2019), DB Andrew Soroh (2019), DB Dakari Monroe (2019), T Chidi Okeke (2019), TE Nick Keizer (2018 - BAL), G Abdul Beecham (2019), RB Josh Caldwell (2019), LB D'Juan Hines (2018-LAC), LB Darius Harris (2019), DB Michael Hunter (2016-NYG), DE Hunter Dimick (2017-JAX)


KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 2019 TRANSACTIONS (as of 8/9/19) Date Dec. 31 Jan. 3 Jan. 21 Jan. 21 Jan. 21 Jan. 21 Jan. 21 Jan. 21 Jan. 21 Jan. 21 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 31 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Mar. 4 Mar. 7 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 12 Mar. 12 Mar. 12 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 14 Mar. 14 Mar. 19 Mar. 25 Mar. 25 April 1 April 1 April 2 April 2 April 3 April 5 April 10 April 24 April 26 April 26 April 26 April 27 April 27 April 27 April 29 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3

Player ..................................................................... Transaction WALKER, Cavon, DT ..............................Reserve/Future signing SPAIGHT, Martrell, LB.............................Reserve/Future signing CROCKETT, Josh, WR ...........................Reserve/Future signing DAVISON, Raymond, LB .........................Reserve/Future signing HUNTER, Ryan, T ...................................Reserve/Future signing IVIE, Joey, DT .........................................Reserve/Future signing LITTON, Chase, QB ................................Reserve/Future signing MCCRAY, Robert, LB ..............................Reserve/Future signing MURHPY, Pace, T ...................................Reserve/Future signing WADE, D’Montre, DB ..............................Reserve/Future signing WELLS, David, TE ...................................Reserve/Future signing MONDEAUX, Henry, DT ..........................Reserve/Future signing MCQUAY, LEON, S .................................Reserve/Future signing RIPKOWSKI, Aaron, RB ..........................Reserve/Future signing SENIOR, Justin, T ...................................Reserve/Future signing COATES, Sammie, WR .................................................... Signed GRAYSON, Davon, WR.................................................... Signed JOHNSON, Dontae, DB .................................................... Signed MANUEL, E.J., QB ........................................................... Signed DEE, Ford, LB ................................ Designated the franchise tag JONES-QUARTEY, Harold, DB ........................................ Signed HYDE, Carlos, RB ............................................................ Signed HOUSTON, Justin, LB .................................................. Released BUTKER, Harrison, K ................................................... Tendered HAMILTON, Justin, DT ................................................. Tendered KEMP, Marcus, WR ...................................................... Tendered LUCAS, Jordan, DB ...................................................... Tendered BERRY, Eric, DB .......................................................... Released FORD, Dee, LB ................................................................ Traded MATHIEU, Tyrann, DB ..................................................... Signed WILSON, Damien, LB ....................................................... Signed OKAFOR, Alex, DE........................................................... Signed BREELAND, Bashaud, DB ............................................... Signed SHERMAN, Anthony, RB .................................................. Signed GORDON, Dillon, T ......................................................... Waived MURRAY, Eric, S ............................................................. Traded OGBAH, Emmanuel, DE ................. Acquired via Trade with CLE KEMP, Marcus, WR ................................. Signed exclusive rights BELL, Blake, TE ............................................................... Signed DURHAM, Step, DB......................................................... Waived REASER, Keith, DB .......................................................... Signed ATTAOCHU, Jeremiah, LB ............................................... Signed CLARK, Frank, DE.......................... Acquired via Trade with SEA HARDMAN, Mecole, WR .............................. Drafted in 2nd round THORNHILL, Juan, DB ................................. Drafted in 2nd round SAUNDERS, Khalen, DT ............................... Drafted in 3rd round FENTON, Rashad, CB................................... Drafted in 6th round THOMPSON, Darwin, RB .............................. Drafted in 6th round ALLEGRETTI, Nick, OL .....................................Drafted 7th round KOROMA, Tejan, OL ....................................................... Waived CROCKETT, Josh, WR ................................................... Waived MONDEAUX, Henry, DT ................................................. Waived RIPKOWSKI, Aaron, RB ................................................. Waived ALLEGRETTI, Nick, G ...................................................... Signed FENTON, Rashad, DB...................................................... Signed HARDMAN, Mecole, WR .................................................. Signed THOMPSON, Darwin, RB ................................................. Signed BOYD, Dino, T .................................................................. Signed CUSTIS, Jamal, WR ......................................................... Signed DAVIS, Felton, WR ........................................................... Signed FIELDS, Mark, DB ............................................................ Signed FOX, Jack, P .................................................................... Signed HARRIS, Darius, LB ......................................................... Signed JOHNSON, Gary, LB ........................................................ Signed JORDAN, Jamire, WR ...................................................... Signed LINTA, T.J., QB ................................................................ Signed LOVETT, John, QB ........................................................... Signed MONROE, Dakari, DB ...................................................... Signed SHURMUR, Kyle, QB ....................................................... Signed THOMPSON, Cody, WR ................................................... Signed WARD, Tim, DE................................................................ Signed WILLIAMS, James, RB ..................................................... Signed

May 4 May 4 May 7 May 7 May 7 May 7 May 7 May 7 May 7 May 7 May 10 May 10 May 10 May 10 May 13 May 15 May 16 May 19 May 19 May 20 May 21 May 28 May 28 May 29 May 31 June 4 June 12 June 13 June 13 June 13 June 13 June 14 June 14 June 14 July 24 July 24 July 27 July 29 July 31 August 7 August 7 August 9 August 9

BURRELL, Jalin, DB ......................................................... Signed LINDSEY, Andre, WR ....................................................... Signed DAVIS, Rashard, WR ....................................................... Signed MARSHALL, Marcus, RB .................................................. Signed MILLER, Herb, DB ............................................................ Signed SOROH, Andrew, DB ....................................................... Signed LINDSEY, Andre, WR ...................................................... Waived MCQUAY, Leon, DB ........................................................ Waived MONROE, Dakari, DB ..................................................... Waived JORDAN, Jamire, WR ............................................Waived/Injury MOORE, John David, RB ................................................ Waived COATES, Sammie, WR ................................................ Released GOLDITCH, Zack, T ..................................... Claimed off waivers FORTSON, Joe, TE .......................................................... Signed MANUEL, E.J., QB ...........................................................Retired THORNHILL, Juan, DB..................................................... Signed LEE, Darron, LB ..............................Acquired via Trade with NYJ JOHNSON, Dontae, DB................................................ Released PHILLIPS, John, TE ......................................................... Signed SPAIGHT, Martrell, LB......................................................Retired MONROE, Dakari, DB ...................................................... Signed PHILLIPS, John, TE ..................................................... Released LINTA, T.J., QB ......................................................Waived/Injury OKEKE, Chidi, T ............................................................... Signed KEIZER, Nick, TE ............................................................. Signed SAUNDERS, Khalen, DT .................................................. Signed BURRELL, Jalin, DB ........................................................ Waived STERLING, Neal, TE ........................................................ Signed JOHNSON, Gary, LB ....................................................... Waived SENIOR, Justin, T ........................................................... Waived WILLIAMS, James, RB .................................................... Waived BEECHAM, Abdul, G ........................................................ Signed CALDWELL, Josh, RB ...................................................... Signed HINES, D’Juan, LB ........................................................... Signed STERLING, Neal, TE ....................................................... Waived HARRIS, Darius, LB ................................... Placed on Active/NFI WATTS, Armani, DB ................................... Placed on Active/NFI WATTS, Armani, DB ............................ Activated from Active/NFI HUNTER, Michael, DB ..................................................... Signed REASER, Keith, DB ........................... Placed on Reserve/Injured DIMICK, Hunter, DE ......................................................... Signed CLAIBORNE, Morris, DB .................................................. Signed WELLS, David, TE............................................... Waived/Injured


2018 REGULAR SEASON CHIEFS GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSE 09/09

@ LAC

09/16

@ PIT

09/23

10/01

@ DEN

10/07

10/14

@ NE

10/21

10/28

11/04

@ CLE

11/11

11/19

@ LAR

12/02

@ OAK

12/09

12/13

12/23

@ SEA

12/30

SF JAX CIN DEN ARI BAL LAC OAK FIRST DOWNS Total 19 24 31 22 26 18 33 20 27 20 27 25 30 22 22 18 Rushing 7 4 9 8 6 4 12 2 10 8 2 8 8 7 6 7 11 Passing 10 17 15 13 17 14 19 15 15 12 21 14 18 12 16 Penalty 2 3 7 1 3 2 3 2 4 3 4 3 0 0 0 0 THIRD DOWNS Attempts 10 5 11 15 12 10 12 10 10 11 10 13 16 10 12 9 Converted 4 2 7 7 4 4 9 3 6 4 5 6 6 6 5 5 Percentage 40.0% 40.0% 63.6% 46.7% 33.3% 40.0% 75.0% 30.0% 60.0% 36.4% 50.0% 46.2% 37.5% 60.0% 41.7% 55.6% TOT. OFFENSE Net Yards 362 449 384 446 424 446 551 340 499 330 546 469 442 294 419 409 Plays 55 54 68 72 69 53 70 54 58 56 69 68 83 53 60 54 Avg./Play 6.6 8.3 5.6 6.2 6.1 8.4 7.9 6.3 8.6 5.9 7.9 6.9 5.3 5.5 7.0 7.6 RUSHING Net Yards 106 127 77 142 126 94 198 49 139 118 98 174 94 60 154 99 Rush. Att. 27 25 28 26 30 17 29 18 24 23 20 30 27 17 19 27 Avg./Att. 3.9 5.1 2.8 5.5 4.2 5.5 6.8 2.7 5.8 5.1 4.9 5.8 3.5 3.5 8.1 3.7 PASSING Net Yards 256 322 307 304 298 352 353 291 360 212 448 295 348 234 265 310 Attempts 27 28 38 45 38 36 39 34 32 28 46 38 53 34 40 27 Completions 15 23 24 28 22 23 28 24 23 21 33 23 35 24 23 16 Intercepted 2 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Gross Yards 256 326 314 304 313 352 358 303 375 249 478 295 377 243 273 310 Sacked 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 5.0 3.0 0.0 3.0 2.0 1.0 0.0 Yards Lost 4 7 15 5 12 15 37 30 29 9 8 0 0 0 0 0 ADVANCES Rushes 27 25 28 26 30 17 29 18 24 23 20 30 27 17 19 27 Completions 15 23 24 28 22 23 28 24 23 21 33 23 35 24 23 16 Totals 42 48 52 54 52 40 57 42 47 44 53 53 62 41 42 43 PENALTIES Number 6 12 6 10 11 5 8 7 11 8 13 11 7 10 8 4 Yards 50 76 48 93 105 58 49 50 86 63 135 94 53 66 76 50 FUMBLES Number 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lost 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SCORING Points 38 42 38 27 30 40 45 30 37 26 51 40 27 28 31 35 TD Rushing 2 2 0 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 TD Passing 4 6 3 1 4 4 4 0 3 2 6 4 2 2 3 2 TD KO Returns 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD Punt Returns 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD Sp. Teams 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD Def. Returns 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 FG Attempts 1 1 2 3 0 4 2 1 1 2 1 2 4 3 0 0 FG Made 1 1 2 3 0 4 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 3 0 0 Safety 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


2018 POSTSEASON CHIEFS GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSE

FIRST DOWNS Total Rushing Passing Penalty THIRD DOWNS Attempts Converted Percentage TOT. OFFENSE Net Yards Plays Avg./Play RUSHING Net Yards Rush. Att. Avg./Att. PASSING Net Yards Attempts Completions Intercepted Gross Yards Sacked Yards Lost ADVANCES Rushes Completions Totals PENALTIES Number Yards FUMBLES Number Lost SCORING Points TD Rushing TD Passing TD KO Returns TD Punt Returns TD Sp. Teams TD Def. Returns FG Attempts FG Made Safety

01/12

01/20

IND

NE

29 12 14 3

18 3 11 4

14 4 28.6%

9 4 44.4%

433 78 5.6

290 47 6.2

180 33 5.5

41 12 3.4

253 41 27 0 278 4.0 25

249 31 16 0 295 4.0 46

33 27 60

12 16 28

6 54

4 28

3 1

1 0

31 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

31 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0


2018 REGULAR SEASON CHIEFS GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSE 09/09

@ LAC

09/16

@ PIT

09/23

10/01

@ DEN

10/07

10/14

@ NE

10/21

10/28

11/04

@ CLE

11/11

11/19

@ LAR

12/02

@ OAK

12/09

12/13

12/23

@ SEA

12/30

SF JAX CIN DEN ARI BAL LAC OAK FIRST DOWNS Total 33 33 26 21 29 31 15 22 26 21 29 28 24 30 31 20 Rushing 7 2 11 10 6 15 4 10 6 7 4 10 10 7 11 9 Passing 23 25 12 10 20 14 9 11 17 13 21 16 12 18 15 11 Penalty 3 6 3 1 3 2 2 1 3 1 4 2 2 5 5 0 THIRD DOWNS Attempts 11 11 9 11 16 13 11 12 13 14 14 12 12 10 14 10 Converted 3 3 2 2 7 7 4 4 5 7 5 9 5 6 7 4 Percentage 27.3% 27.3% 22.2% 18.2% 43.8% 53.8% 36.4% 33.3% 38.5% 50.0% 35.7% 75.0% 41.7% 60.0% 50.0% 40.0% TOT. OFFENSE Net Yards 541 475 406 385 502 500 239 411 388 260 455 442 321 407 464 292 Plays 74 74 63 59 83 75 54 69 70 69 75 69 68 67 75 65 Avg./Play 7.3 6.4 6.4 6.5 6.0 6.7 4.4 6.0 5.5 3.8 6.1 6.4 4.7 6.1 6.2 4.5 RUSHING Net Yards 123 33 178 159 101 173 65 189 102 94 76 171 194 119 210 127 Rush. Att. 22 13 29 22 17 38 19 30 25 25 21 28 40 24 43 29 Avg./Att. 5.6 2.5 6.1 7.2 5.9 4.6 3.4 6.3 4.1 3.8 3.6 6.1 4.9 5.0 4.9 4.4 PASSING Net Yards 418 442 228 226 401 327 174 222 286 166 379 271 127 288 254 165 Attempts 51 60 30 33 61 35 33 34 43 39 49 38 26 38 29 33 Completions 34 39 20 21 33 24 19 23 30 22 31 29 13 26 18 24 Intercepted 1 1 4 1 1 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Gross Yards 424 452 251 245 430 340 187 262 308 208 413 285 147 313 271 185 Sacked 1.0 1.0 4.0 4.0 5.0 2.0 2.0 5.0 2.0 5.0 5.0 3.0 2.0 5.0 3.0 3.0 Yards Lost 6 10 23 19 29 13 13 40 22 42 34 14 20 25 17 20 ADVANCES Rushes 22 13 29 22 17 38 19 30 25 25 21 28 40 24 43 29 Completions 34 39 20 21 33 24 19 23 30 22 31 29 13 26 18 24 Totals 56 52 49 43 50 62 38 53 55 47 52 57 53 50 61 53 PENALTIES Number 7 12 14 3 5 8 10 4 3 8 8 11 7 3 4 0 Yards 45 90 147 25 45 58 83 20 30 60 74 112 50 20 22 0 FUMBLES Number 2 1 3 1 2 2 3 1 3 4 1 2 1 3 0 0 Lost 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SCORING Points 28 37 27 23 14 43 10 23 21 14 54 33 24 29 38 3 TD Rushing 2 1 2 1 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 2 0 TD Passing 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 2 2 1 4 3 2 2 3 0 TD KO Returns 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD Punt Returns 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD Sp. Teams 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD Def. Returns 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FG Attempts 3 1 2 3 5 1 2 1 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 0 FG Made 2 2 3 5 0 1 1 0 1 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 Safety 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


2018 POSTSEASON CHIEFS GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSE

FIRST DOWNS Total Rushing Passing Penalty THIRD DOWNS Attempts Converted Percentage TOT. OFFENSE Net Yards Plays Avg./Play RUSHING Net Yards Rush. Att. Avg./Att. PASSING Net Yards Attempts Completions Intercepted Gross Yards Sacked Yards Lost ADVANCES Rushes Completions Totals PENALTIES Number Yards FUMBLES Number Lost SCORING Points TD Rushing TD Passing TD KO Returns TD Punt Returns TD Sp. Teams TD Def. Returns FG Attempts FG Made Safety

01/12

01/20

IND

NE

15 4 10 1

36 15 20 1

9 0 0.0%

19 13 68.4%

266 53 5.0

524 94 5.6

87 14 6.2

176 48 3.7

179 36 19 0 203 3.0 24

348 46 30 2 348 0.0 0

14 19 33

48 30 78

10 70

6 61

1 1

0 0

13 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

37 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0


2018 REGULAR SEASON CHIEFS INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Passes Attempted 53 Patrick Mahomes vs. Ravens Passes Completed 35 Patrick Mahomes vs. Ravens Passing Yards 478 Patrick Mahomes at Rams Touchdown Passes 6 Patrick Mahomes at Steelers Patrick Mahomes at Rams Pass Receptions 12 Travis Kelce at Raiders Receiving Yards 215 Tyreek Hill at Rams Touchdown Receptions 3 Tyreek Hill at Patriots Rushing Yards 121 Kareem Hunt at Broncos Rushing Attempts 22 Kareem Hunt vs. Jaguars Rushing Touchdowns 2 Kareem Hunt vs. 49ers Kareem Hunt at Browns Damien Williams vs. Chargers Yards From Scrimmage 215 Tyreek Hill at Rams Combined Net Yards 268 Tyreek Hill at Chargers Interceptions Made 1 Ron Parker at Chargers Eric Murray at Broncos Chris Jones vs. Jaguars Jordan Lucas vs. Jaguars Steven Nelson vs. Jaguars Orlando Scandrick vs. Jaguars Ron Parker vs. Bengals Kendall Fuller vs. Broncos Steven Nelson at Browns Justin Houston vs. Cardinals Steven Nelson vs. Cardinals Kendall Fuller vs. Chargers Steven Nelson vs. Chargers Reggie Ragland vs. Raiders Daniel Sorensen vs. Raiders INT Return Yards 67 Reggie Ragland vs. Raiders Sacks 3.0 Dee Ford vs. Broncos Punts 5 Dustin Colquitt at Chargers Dustin Colquitt vs. Broncos Dustin Colquitt vs. Cardinals Punting Average 58.0 Dustin Colquitt vs. Jaguars Punt Returns 3 Tyreek Hill vs. Bengals Tyreek Hill vs. Broncos Tyreek Hill at Rams Punt Return Yards 95 Tyreek Hill at Chargers Kickoff Returns 7 Tremon Smith at Rams Kickoff Return Yards 207 Tremon Smith at Rams Field Goals Attempted 4 Harrison Butker at Patriots Harrison Butker vs. Ravens Field Goals Made 4 Harrison Butker at Patriots 2018 REGULAR SEASON KANSAS CITY CHIEFS LONGEST PLAYS Run From Scrimmage 45 Kareem Hunt at Broncos Touchdown Run 15 Tyreek Hill vs. Raiders Pass Reception 89 Demarcus Robinson vs. Raiders Touchdown Reception 89 Demarcus Robinson vs. Raiders Interception Return 67 Reggie Ragland vs. Raiders Punt Return 91 Tyreek Hill at Chargers Kickoff Return 97 Tremon Smith at Patriots Punt 67 Dustin Colquitt at Chargers Field Goal 54 Harrison Butker at Seahawks

12/9 12/9 11/19 9/16 11/19 12/2 11/19 10/14 10/1 10/7 9/23 11/4 12/13 11/19 9/9 9/9 10/1 10/7 10/7 10/7 10/7 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/11 12/13 12/13 12/30 12/30 12/30 10/28 9/9 10/28 11/11 10/7 10/21 10/28 11/19 9/9 11/19 11/19 10/14 12/9 10/14 10/1 12/30 12/30 12/30 12/30 9/9 10/14 9/9 12/23


2018 POSTSEASON CHIEFS INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Passes Attempted 41 Patrick Mahomes vs. Colts Passes Completed 27 Patrick Mahomes vs. Colts Passing Yards 295 Patrick Mahomes vs. Patriots Touchdown Passes 3 Patrick Mahomes vs. Patriots Pass Receptions 8 Tyreek Hill vs. Colts Receiving Yards 114 Sammy Watkins vs. Patriots Touchdown Receptions 2 Damien Williams vs. Patriots Rushing Yards 129 Damien Williams vs. Colts Rushing Attempts 25 Damien Williams vs. Colts Rushing Touchdowns 1 Tyreek Hill vs. Colts Patrick Mahomes vs. Colts Damien Williams vs. Colts Darrel Williams vs. Colts Damien Williams vs. Patriots Yards From Scrimmage 154 Damien Williams vs. Colts Combined Net Yards 154 Damien Williams vs. Colts Interceptions Made 1 Reggie Ragland vs. Patriots Daniel Sorensen vs. Patriots INT Return Yards 24 Daniel Sorensen vs. Patriots Sacks 2.0 Justin Houston vs. Colts Punts 5 Dustin Colquitt vs. Patriots Punt Returns 5 Tyreek Hill vs. Colts Punt Return Yards 6 Tyreek Hill vs. Colts Kickoff Returns 4 Tremon Smith vs. Patriots Kickoff Return Yards 99 Tremon Smith vs. Patriots Field Goals Attempted 1 Harrison Butker vs. Colts Harrison Butker vs. Patriots Field Goals Made 1 Harrison Butker vs. Colts Harrison Butker vs. Patriots 2018 POSTSEASON KANSAS CITY CHIEFS LONGEST PLAYS Run From Scrimmage 36 Tyreek Hill vs. Colts Touchdown Run 36 Tyreek Hill vs. Colts Pass Reception 54 Sammy Watkins vs. Patriots Touchdown Reception 23 Damien Williams vs. Patriots Interception Return 24 Daniel Sorensen vs. Patriots Punt Return 4 Tyreek Hill vs. Colts Kickoff Return 29 Tremon Smith vs. Patriots Punt 59 Dustin Colquitt vs. Patriots Field Goal 39 Harrison Butker vs. Colts Harrison Butker vs. Patriots

1/12 1/12 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/12 1/12 1/12 1/12 1/12 1/20 1/12 1/12 1/20 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/20 1/12 1/12 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/20 1/12 1/20 1/12 1/12 1/20 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/20


2018 REGULAR SEASON OPPONENTS INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Passes Attempted 61 Blake Bortles vs. Jaguars Passes Completed 39 Ben Roethlisberger at Steelers Passing Yards 452 Ben Roethlisberger at Steelers Touchdown Passes 4 Jared Goff at Rams Pass Receptions 13 JuJu Smith-Schuster at Steelers Receiving Yards 138 Jesse James at Steelers Touchdown Receptions 2 Duke Johnson Jr. at Browns Gerald Everett at Rams Mike Williams vs. Chargers Rushing Yards 116 Chris Carson at Seahawks Rushing Attempts 27 Chris Carson at Seahawks Rushing Touchdowns 2 Sony Michel at Patriots Chris Carson at Seahawks Yards From Scrimmage 183 David Johnson vs. Cardinals Combined Net Yards 183 David Johnson vs. Cardinals Interceptions Made 1 A.J. Bouye vs. Jaguars Tashaun Gipson Sr. vs. Jaguars Duron Harmon at Patriots Dont'a Hightower at Patriots Shawn Williams vs. Bengals Justin Simmons vs. Broncos Denzel Rice at Browns Samson Ebukam at Rams Lamarcus Joyner at Rams Marcus Peters at Rams Chuck Clark vs. Ravens Gareon Conley vs. Raiders INT Return Yards 27 Dont'a Hightower at Patriots Sacks 2.0 Chandler Jones vs. Cardinals Aaron Donald at Rams Punts 5 Jordan Berry at Steelers Kevin Huber vs. Bengals Andy Lee vs. Cardinals Punting Average 60.0 Drew Kaser at Chargers Punt Returns 3 Christian Kirk vs. Cardinals Punt Return Yards 55 Cyrus Jones vs. Ravens Kickoff Returns 4 Ryan Switzer at Steelers Pharoh Cooper at Rams Kickoff Return Yards 91 Dwayne Harris vs. Raiders Field Goals Attempted 5 Stephen Gostkowski at Patriots Field Goals Made 5 Stephen Gostkowski at Patriots 2018 REGULAR SEASON OPPONENTS LONGEST PLAYS Run From Scrimmage 30 Jalen Richard at Raiders Touchdown Run 21 Blake Bortles vs. Jaguars Pass Reception 49 Emmanuel Sanders vs. Broncos Touchdown Reception 40 Gerald Everett at Rams Interception Return 27 Dont'a Hightower at Patriots Punt Return 55 Cyrus Jones vs. Ravens Kickoff Return 36 T.J. Logan vs. Cardinals Punt 68 Johnny Hekker at Rams Field Goal 51 Greg Joseph at Browns

10/7 9/16 9/16 11/19 9/16 9/16 11/4 11/19 12/13 12/23 12/23 10/14 12/23 11/11 11/11 10/7 10/7 10/14 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/19 11/19 11/19 12/9 12/30 10/14 11/11 11/19 9/16 10/21 11/11 9/9 11/11 12/9 9/16 11/19 12/30 10/14 10/14 12/2 10/7 10/28 11/19 10/14 12/9 11/11 11/19 11/4


2018 POSTSEASON OPPONENTS INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Passes Attempted 46 Tom Brady vs. Patriots Passes Completed 30 Tom Brady vs. Patriots Passing Yards 348 Tom Brady vs. Patriots Touchdown Passes 1 Andrew Luck vs. Colts Tom Brady vs. Patriots Pass Receptions 7 Julian Edelman vs. Patriots Receiving Yards 96 Julian Edelman vs. Patriots Touchdown Receptions 1 T.Y. Hilton vs. Colts Phillip Dorsett vs. Patriots Rushing Yards 113 Sony Michel vs. Patriots Rushing Attempts 29 Sony Michel vs. Patriots Rushing Touchdowns 2 Rex Burkhead vs. Patriots Sony Michel vs. Patriots Yards From Scrimmage 113 Sony Michel vs. Patriots Combined Net Yards 134 Julian Edelman vs. Patriots Sacks 2.0 Kenny Moore II vs. Colts Kyle Van Noy vs. Patriots Punts 7 Rigoberto Sanchez vs. Colts Punt Returns 3 Julian Edelman vs. Patriots Punt Return Yards 38 Julian Edelman vs. Patriots Kickoff Returns 3 Zach Pascal vs. Colts Cordarrelle Patterson vs. Patriots Kickoff Return Yards 80 Cordarrelle Patterson vs. Patriots Field Goals Attempted 1 Adam Vinatieri vs. Colts Stephen Gostkowski vs. Patriots Field Goals Made 1 Stephen Gostkowski vs. Patriots 2018 POSTSEASON OPPONENTS LONGEST PLAYS Run From Scrimmage 20 Marlon Mack vs. Colts Touchdown Run 10 Sony Michel vs. Patriots Pass Reception 30 James White vs. Patriots Touchdown Reception 29 T.Y. Hilton vs. Colts Phillip Dorsett vs. Patriots Punt Return 14 Julian Edelman vs. Patriots Kickoff Return 38 Cordarrelle Patterson vs. Patriots Punt 57 Rigoberto Sanchez vs. Colts Field Goal 47 Stephen Gostkowski vs. Patriots

1/20 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/20 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/20 1/20 1/20 1/20 1/20 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/20 1/12 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/20 1/20 1/20 1/12 1/20


DATE 9/9 9/16 9/16 9/23 10/7 10/14 10/14 10/28 11/11 11/19 11/19 12/2 12/9 12/30

OPPONENT at Chargers at Steelers at Steelers vs. 49ers vs. Jaguars at Patriots at Patriots vs. Broncos vs. Cardinals at Rams at Rams at Raiders vs. Ravens vs. Raiders

DATE OPPONENT 10/1 at Broncos 12/23 at Seahawks DATE 9/16 9/23 10/1 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/19 12/9

OPPONENT at Steelers vs. 49ers at Broncos vs. Jaguars at Patriots vs. Bengals vs. Broncos at Browns at Rams vs. Ravens

DATE 9/9 9/9 9/16 9/16 10/21 11/19 12/2 12/23

OPPONENT at Chargers at Chargers at Steelers at Steelers vs. Bengals at Rams at Raiders at Seahawks

DATE 10/14 12/23 12/30

OPPONENT at Patriots at Seahawks vs. Raiders

DATE 9/9 9/16 10/7 10/14 11/19 12/13

OPPONENT at Chargers at Steelers vs. Jaguars at Patriots at Rams vs. Chargers

2018 REGULAR SEASON BIG YARDAGE GAMES 100-YARD PASS RECEIVERS PLAYER ATT. YDS. AVG. Tyreek Hill 7 169 24.1 Travis Kelce 7 109 15.6 Sammy Watkins 6 100 16.7 Travis Kelce 8 114 14.3 Travis Kelce 5 100 20.0 Tyreek Hill 7 142 20.3 Kareem Hunt 5 105 21.0 Sammy Watkins 8 107 13.4 Tyreek Hill 7 117 16.7 Tyreek Hill 10 215 21.5 Travis Kelce 10 127 12.7 Travis Kelce 12 168 14.0 Tyreek Hill 8 139 17.4 Tyreek Hill 5 101 20.2 100-YARD RUSHERS PLAYER ATT. YDS. AVG. Kareem Hunt 19 121 6.4 Damien Williams 13 103 7.9 300-YARD PASSERS PLAYER ATT. YDS. COMP. Patrick Mahomes 28 326 23 Patrick Mahomes 38 314 24 Patrick Mahomes 45 304 28 Patrick Mahomes 38 313 22 Patrick Mahomes 36 352 23 Patrick Mahomes 39 358 28 Patrick Mahomes 34 303 24 Patrick Mahomes 32 375 23 Patrick Mahomes 46 478 33 Patrick Mahomes 53 377 35 2018 OPPONENTS BIG YARDAGE GAMES 100-YARD PASS RECEIVERS PLAYER ATT. YDS. AVG. Keenan Allen 8 108 13.5 Melvin Gordon III 9 102 11.3 Jesse James 5 138 27.6 JuJu Smith-Schuster 13 121 9.3 A.J. Green 7 117 16.7 Brandin Cooks 8 107 13.4 Jared Cook 7 100 14.3 Doug Baldwin 7 126 18.0 100-YARD RUSHERS PLAYER ATT. YDS. AVG. Sony Michel 24 106 4.4 Chris Carson 27 116 4.3 Doug Martin 21 100 4.8 300-YARD PASSERS PLAYER ATT. YDS. COMP. Philip Rivers 51 424 34 Ben Roethlisberger 60 452 39 Blake Bortles 61 430 33 Tom Brady 35 340 24 Jared Goff 49 413 31 Philip Rivers 38 313 26

LG 58t 31 40 25 40 75t 67t 24 38 73t 37 28 48 67t

TD 2 2 0 0 0 3 1 2 2 2 1 2 0 1

LG 45 25

TD 1 0

LG 40 42 35 40 75t 50 40 50t 73t 48

TD 6 3 1 0 4 4 4 3 6 2

LG 23 25 46 21 31 30 29 29

TD 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

LG 15 17 15

TD 2 2 0

LG 30 46 38 42 40t 38

TD 3 3 1 1 4 2


DATE OPPONENT 1/12 vs. Colts 1/20 vs. Patriots DATE OPPONENT 1/12 vs. Colts

DATE OPPONENT 1/20 vs. Patriots DATE OPPONENT 1/20 vs. Patriots

2018 POSTSEASON BIG YARDAGE GAMES 100-YARD PASS RECEIVERS PLAYER ATT. YDS. AVG. Travis Kelce 7 108 15.4 Sammy Watkins 4 114 28.5 100-YARD RUSHERS PLAYER ATT. YDS. AVG. Damien Williams 25 129 5.2 2018 OPPONENTS BIG YARDAGE GAMES 100-YARD RUSHERS PLAYER ATT. YDS. AVG. Sony Michel 29 113 3.9 300-YARD PASSERS PLAYER ATT. YDS. COMP. Tom Brady 46 348 30

LG 30 54

TD 0 0

LG 24

TD 1

LG 11

TD 2

LG 30

TD 1


DATE 9/9 9/16 9/23 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/19 12/2 12/13 12/23 12/30

DATE 9/9 9/16 9/23 10/14 11/19 12/2 12/9 12/23

DATE 1/20

OPPONENT PLAYER at Chargers Patrick Mahomes at Steelers Patrick Mahomes vs. 49ers Patrick Mahomes at Patriots Patrick Mahomes vs. Bengals Patrick Mahomes vs. Broncos Patrick Mahomes at Browns Patrick Mahomes vs. Cardinals Patrick Mahomes at Rams Patrick Mahomes at Raiders Patrick Mahomes vs. Chargers Patrick Mahomes at Seahawks Patrick Mahomes vs. Raiders Patrick Mahomes

2018 REGULAR SEASON 100.0+ PASSER RATING PASSING GAMES ATT. CMP. YDS. CMP.% YDS/ATT. YDS/CMP. TD TD% INT INT% LONG SACK/LOST RATING 27 15 256 55.6% 9.48 17.07 4 14.8% 0 0.0% 58t 1/0 127.5 28 23 326 82.1% 11.64 14.17 6 21.4% 0 0.0% 40 1/4 154.8 38 24 314 63.2% 8.26 13.08 3 7.9% 0 0.0% 42 2/7 115.5 36 23 352 63.9% 9.78 15.30 4 11.1% 2 5.6% 75t 0/0 110.0 39 28 358 71.8% 9.18 12.79 4 10.3% 1 2.6% 50 2/5 123.7 34 24 303 70.6% 8.91 12.63 4 11.8% 1 2.9% 40 2/12 125.0 32 23 375 71.9% 11.72 16.30 3 9.4% 1 3.1% 50t 2/15 129.0 28 21 249 75.0% 8.89 11.86 2 7.1% 0 0.0% 38 5/37 125.4 46 33 478 71.7% 10.39 14.48 6 13.0% 3 6.5% 73t 3/30 117.6 38 23 295 60.5% 7.76 12.83 4 10.5% 0 0.0% 38 0/0 120.0 34 24 243 70.6% 7.15 10.13 2 5.9% 0 0.0% 33 2/9 110.3 40 23 273 57.5% 6.83 11.87 3 7.5% 0 0.0% 32 1/8 103.4 24 14 281 58.3% 11.71 20.07 2 8.3% 1 4.2% 89t 0/0 109.9

2018 OPPONENTS 100.0+ PASSER RATING PASSING GAMES OPPONENT PLAYER ATT. CMP. YDS. CMP.% YDS/ATT. YDS/CMP. TD TD% INT INT% LONG SACK/LOST RATING at Chargers Philip Rivers 51 34 424 66.7% 8.31 12.47 3 5.9% 1 2.0% 30 1/6 103.7 at Steelers Ben Roethlisberger 60 39 452 65.0% 7.53 11.59 3 5.0% 0 0.0% 46 1/10 104.3 vs. 49ers Jimmy Garoppolo 30 20 251 66.7% 8.37 12.55 2 6.7% 0 0.0% 35t 4/23 114.7 at Patriots Tom Brady 35 24 340 68.6% 9.71 14.17 1 2.9% 0 0.0% 42 2/13 109.2 at Rams Jared Goff 49 31 413 63.3% 8.43 13.32 4 8.2% 0 0.0% 40t 5/34 117.1 at Raiders Derek Carr 38 29 285 76.3% 7.50 9.83 3 7.9% 0 0.0% 29 3/14 123.2 vs. Ravens Lamar Jackson 24 13 147 54.2% 6.13 11.31 2 8.3% 0 0.0% 21 2/20 100.5 at Seahawks Russell Wilson 29 18 271 62.1% 9.34 15.06 3 10.3% 0 0.0% 45 3/17 127.2 *NEED MINIMUM OF 20 ATTEMPTS TO QUALIFY 2018 POSTSEASON 100.0+ PASSER RATING PASSING GAMES OPPONENT PLAYER ATT. CMP. YDS. CMP.% YDS/ATT. YDS/CMP. TD TD% INT INT% LONG SACK/LOST RATING vs. Patriots Patrick Mahomes 31 16 295 51.6% 9.52 18.44 3 9.7% 0 0.0% 54 4/46 117.0

2018 OPPONENTS 100.0+ PASSER RATING PASSING GAMES * No Results * *NEED MINIMUM OF 20 ATTEMPTS TO QUALIFY


DATE 9/9 9/16 9/23 10/1 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/19 12/2 12/9 12/13 12/23 12/30

OPPONENT @ L.A. Chargers @ Pittsburgh San Francisco @ Denver Jacksonville @ New England Cincinnati Denver @ Cleveland Arizona @ L.A. Rams @ Oakland Baltimore L.A. Chargers @ Seattle Oakland

*Points per game

DATE OPPONENT 1/12 Indianapolis 1/20 New England

*Points per game

2018 REGULAR SEASON OFFENSE *POINTS TOTAL RUSH PASS SCORED 13 20 11 5 6 10 9 1 7 15 7 1 8 14 9 1 5 T-11 11 2 5 13 7 2 3 10 5 1 3 14 4 1 3 13 3 1 3 13 4 2 3 13 2 2 3 13 3 1 1 15 3 1 1 16 2 1 1 16 3 1 1 16 3 1

TOTAL 3 3

2018 POSTSEASON OFFENSE *POINTS RUSH PASS SCORED 2 4 2 4 3 2

DEFENSE TOTAL 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 31 31 29 30 31 30 31 31 31

RUSH 22 T-6 T-18 28 24 27 23 25 25 23 20 22 25 26 28 27

PASS 31 32 T-31 31 31 31 31 29 28 28 32 32 32 32 31 31

DEFENSE TOTAL 3 4

RUSH 5 4

PASS 2 3

*POINTS SCORED 25 29 30 25 20 27 22 T-21 20 T-16 28 27 28 28 29 24

*POINTS SCORED 1 3


2018 REGULAR SEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS PASSING:

OPP.

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

DID NOT PLAY

09/16

at Pittsburgh

DID NOT PLAY

09/23

San Francisco

DID NOT PLAY

10/01

at Denver

DID NOT PLAY

10/07

Jacksonville

DID NOT PLAY

10/14

at New England

DID NOT PLAY

10/21

Cincinnati

DID NOT PLAY

10/28

Denver

DID NOT PLAY

11/04

at Cleveland

DID NOT PLAY

11/11

Arizona

DID NOT PLAY

11/19

at L.A. Rams

DID NOT PLAY

12/02

at Oakland

DID NOT PLAY

12/09

Baltimore

DID NOT PLAY

12/13

L.A. Chargers

DID NOT PLAY

12/23

at Seattle

12/30

Oakland

TOTALS PASSING:

ATT

CMP

YDS

COMP%

Y/A

CHAD HENNE

DATE

Y/C

TD

TD%

INT

INT%

LG

SK/YD

RATE

DID NOT PLAY 3

2

29

66.7%

9.67

14.50

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

22

0/0.0

97.9

3

2

29

66.7%

9.67

14.50

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

22

0/0.0

97.9

ATT

CMP

YDS

COMP%

Y/A

Y/C

PATRICK MAHOMES

DATE

OPP.

TD

TD%

INT

INT%

LG

SK/YD

RATE

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

27

15

256

55.6%

9.48

17.07

4

14.8%

0

0.0%

58t

1/0.0

127.5

09/16

at Pittsburgh

28

23

326

82.1%

11.64

14.17

6

21.4%

0

0.0%

40

1/4.0

154.8

09/23

San Francisco

38

24

314

63.2%

8.26

13.08

3

7.9%

0

0.0%

42

2/7.0

115.5

10/01

at Denver

45

28

304

62.2%

6.76

10.86

1

2.2%

0

0.0%

35

1/0.0

89.5

10/07

Jacksonville

38

22

313

57.9%

8.24

14.23

0

0.0%

2

5.3%

40

1/15.0

62.7

10/14

at New England

36

23

352

63.9%

9.78

15.30

4

11.1%

2

5.6%

75t

0/0.0

110.0

10/21

Cincinnati

39

28

358

71.8%

9.18

12.79

4

10.3%

1

2.6%

50

2/5.0

123.7

10/28

Denver

34

24

303

70.6%

8.91

12.63

4

11.8%

1

2.9%

40

2/12.0

125.0

11/04

at Cleveland

32

23

375

71.9%

11.72

16.30

3

9.4%

1

3.1%

50t

2/15.0

129.0

11/11

Arizona

28

21

249

75.0%

8.89

11.86

2

7.1%

0

0.0%

38

5/37.0

125.4

11/19

at L.A. Rams

46

33

478

71.7%

10.39

14.48

6

13.0%

3

6.5%

73t

3/30.0

117.6

12/02

at Oakland

38

23

295

60.5%

7.76

12.83

4

10.5%

0

0.0%

38

0/0.0

120.0

12/09

Baltimore

53

35

377

66.0%

7.11

10.77

2

3.8%

1

1.9%

48

3/29.0

91.5

12/13

L.A. Chargers

34

24

243

70.6%

7.15

10.13

2

5.9%

0

0.0%

33

2/9.0

110.3

12/23

at Seattle

40

23

273

57.5%

6.83

11.87

3

7.5%

0

0.0%

32

1/8.0

103.4

12/30

Oakland

24

14

281

58.3%

11.71

20.07

2

8.3%

1

4.2%

89t

0/0.0

109.9

580

383

5,097

66.0%

8.79

13.31

50

8.6%

12

2.1%

89t

26/171.0

113.8

TOTALS


2018 POSTSEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS PASSING: DATE

OPP.

01/12

Indianapolis

01/20

New England

TOTALS PASSING:

ATT

CMP

YDS

COMP%

Y/A

CHAD HENNE

Y/C

TD

TD%

INT

INT%

LG

SK/YD

RATE

0%

0

0%

--

0/0.0

0.0

RATE

DID NOT PLAY DID NOT PLAY 0

0

0

0.0%

0.00

0.00

ATT

CMP

YDS

COMP%

Y/A

Y/C

0

PATRICK MAHOMES

DATE

OPP.

TD

TD%

INT

INT%

LG

SK/YD

01/12

Indianapolis

41

27

278

65.9%

6.78

10.30

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

34

4/25.0

85.2

01/20

New England

31

16

295

51.6%

9.52

18.44

3

9.7%

0

0.0%

54

4/46.0

117.0

72

43

573

59.7%

7.96

13.33

3

4.2%

0

0.0%

54

8/71.0

98.9

TOTALS


2018 REGULAR SEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS RUSHING: DATE

OPP.

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

09/16

AVG

LG

TD

KAREEM HUNT

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

DID NOT PLAY

2

4

2.0

7

0

16

49

3.1

13

0

at Pittsburgh

DID NOT PLAY

0

0

0

--

0

18

75

4.2

16

0

09/23

San Francisco

DID NOT PLAY

2

5

2.5

5

0

18

44

2.4

10

2

10/01

at Denver

DID NOT PLAY

1

2

2.0

2

0

19

121

6.4

45

1

10/07

Jacksonville

DID NOT PLAY

2

26

13.0

21

0

22

87

4.0

24

1

10/14

at New England

DID NOT PLAY

1

0

0.0

--

0

10

80

8.0

31

0

10/21

Cincinnati

DID NOT PLAY

2

8

4.0

6

0

15

86

5.7

21

1

10/28

Denver

DID NOT PLAY

0

0

0

--

0

16

50

3.1

11

0

11/04

at Cleveland

DID NOT PLAY

2

16

8.0

12

0

17

91

5.4

25

2

11/11

Arizona

DID NOT PLAY

1

20

20.0

20

0

16

71

4.4

18

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

DID NOT PLAY

0

0

0

--

0

14

70

5.0

27

0

12/02

at Oakland

DID NOT PLAY

2

37

18.5

33

0

NOT ON ROSTER

12/09

Baltimore

DID NOT PLAY

1

6

6.0

6

0

NOT ON ROSTER

12/13

L.A. Chargers

DID NOT PLAY

3

-5

-1.7

--

0

NOT ON ROSTER

12/23

at Seattle

DID NOT PLAY

2

17

8.5

9

0

NOT ON ROSTER

12/30

Oakland

RUSHING:

YDS

TYREEK HILL

NO.

TOTALS

NO.

CHAD HENNE

NOT ON ROSTER

1

3

3.0

3

0

1

15

15.0

15t

1

1

3

3.0

3

0

22

151

6.9

33

1

181

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

PATRICK MAHOMES

DATE

OPP.

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

5

21

4.2

8

0

09/16

at Pittsburgh

5

18

3.6

10

0

ANTHONY SHERMAN

TD

824

4.6

45

DE'ANTHONY THOMAS

7

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

--

TD 0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

--

0

09/23

San Francisco

5

7

1.4

7

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

--

0

10/01

at Denver

3

7

2.3

8t

1

0

0

0

--

0

1

6

6.0

6

0

0

0

0

--

0

10/07

Jacksonville

4

13

3.3

11

1

0

0

0

--

0

10/14

at New England

2

9

4.5

6

0

0

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

10/21

Cincinnati

4

45

11.3

23

0

0

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

10/28

Denver

2

-1

-0.5

1

0

0

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

11/04

at Cleveland

2

18

9.0

15

0

0

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

11/11

Arizona

4

21

5.3

14

0

0

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

11/19

at L.A. Rams

6

28

4.7

7

0

0

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

12/02

at Oakland

9

52

5.8

28

0

0

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

12/09

Baltimore

2

-3

-1.5

2

0

1

2

2.0

2

0

RESERVE/INJURED

12/13

L.A. Chargers

2

3

1.5

2

0

0

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

12/23

at Seattle

3

33

11.0

22

0

0

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

12/30

Oakland

2

1

0.5

2

0

0

0

0

--

0

60

272

4.5

28

2

1

2

2.0

2

0

1

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

TOTALS RUSHING:

SPENCER WARE

SAMMY WATKINS

RESERVE/INJURED 6

6.0

6

CHARCANDRICK WEST

DATE

OPP.

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

3

32

10.7

27

0

0

0

0

--

0

NOT ON ROSTER

09/16

at Pittsburgh

1

3

3.0

3

0

1

31

31.0

31

0

NOT ON ROSTER

09/23

San Francisco

1

1

1.0

1

0

2

20

10.0

11

0

NOT ON ROSTER

10/01

at Denver

2

6

3.0

4

0

0

0

0

--

0

NOT ON ROSTER

10/07

Jacksonville

1

0

0.0

--

0

0

0

0

--

0

NOT ON ROSTER

10/14

at New England

2

5

2.5

4

0

1

-1

-1.0

-1

0

NOT ON ROSTER

10/21

Cincinnati

8

59

7.4

34

0

0

0

0

--

0

NOT ON ROSTER

10/28

Denver

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

--

0

NOT ON ROSTER

11/04

at Cleveland

2

12

6.0

11

0

1

2

2.0

2

0

NOT ON ROSTER

11/11

Arizona

2

6

3.0

3t

1

11/19

at L.A. Rams

0

0

0

--

0

--

0

NOT ON ROSTER

12/02

at Oakland

14

47

3.4

17

1

INACTIVE

12/09

Baltimore

15

75

5.0

13

0

INACTIVE

12/13

L.A. Chargers

INACTIVE

INACTIVE

0

0

0

--

0

12/23

at Seattle

INACTIVE

INACTIVE

1

1

1.0

1

0

12/30

Oakland

INACTIVE

INACTIVE

1

-2

-2.0

-2

0

2

-1

-0.5

1

0

TOTALS

51

246

4.8

34

2

INACTIVE 0

5

0

52

0

10.4

YDS

AVG

LG

0

TD

NOT ON ROSTER NOT ON ROSTER INACTIVE

31

0


RUSHING:

DATE

OPP.

09/09

DAMIEN WILLIAMS

NO.

DARREL WILLIAMS

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

YDS

at L.A. Chargers

1

0

0.0

--

0

INACTIVE

AVG

09/16

at Pittsburgh

0

0

0

--

0

INACTIVE

09/23

San Francisco

0

0

0

--

0

INACTIVE

10/01

at Denver

0

0

0

--

0

INACTIVE

10/07

Jacksonville

1

0

0.0

--

0

INACTIVE

10/14

at New England

1

1

1.0

1

0

INACTIVE

10/21

Cincinnati

0

0

0

--

0

INACTIVE

10/28

Denver

0

0

0

--

0

INACTIVE

11/04

at Cleveland

0

0

0

--

0

11/11

Arizona

0

0

0

--

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

0

0

0

--

0

LG

TD

--

0

INACTIVE 0

0

0

INACTIVE

12/02

at Oakland

5

38

7.6

17

0

0

0

0

--

0

12/09

Baltimore

8

14

1.8

5

1

0

0

0

--

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

10

49

4.9

22

2

2

13

6.5

8

0

12/23

at Seattle

13

103

7.9

25

0

0

0

0

--

0

12/30

Oakland

11

51

4.6

15

1

11

31

2.8

6

0

50

256

5.1

25

4

13

44

3.4

8

0

TOTALS


2018 POSTSEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS RUSHING: DATE

OPP.

01/12 01/20

TYREEK HILL

PATRICK MAHOMES

SAMMY WATKINS

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

Indianapolis

1

36

36.0

36t

1

3

8

2.7

4t

1

1

-2

-2.0

-2

0

New England

0

0

0

--

0

2

11

5.5

9

0

0

0

0

--

0

1

36

36.0

36t

1

5

19

3.8

9

1

1

-2

-2.0

-2

0

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

YDS

TOTALS

RUSHING:

DAMIEN WILLIAMS

DARREL WILLIAMS

DATE

OPP.

AVG

LG

TD

01/12

Indianapolis

25

129

5.2

24

1

3

9

3.0

6t

1

01/20

New England

10

30

3.0

10

1

0

0

0

--

0

35

159

4.5

24

2

3

9

3.0

6t

1

TOTALS

TD


2018 REGULAR SEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS RECEIVING: DATE

OPP.

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

09/16 09/23

NO.

KELVIN BENJAMIN

LG

AVG

LG

TD

Bills

1

15

15.0

15

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

at Pittsburgh

Bills

2

17

8.5

15t

1

PRACTICE SQUAD

San Francisco

Bills

2

13

6.5

9

1

PRACTICE SQUAD

10/01

at Denver

Bills

4

13

3.3

5

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

10/07

Jacksonville

Bills

2

21

10.5

14

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

10/14

at New England

Bills

1

19

19.0

19

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

10/21

Cincinnati

Bills

1

6

6.0

6

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

10/28

Denver

Bills

0

0

0

--

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

11/04

at Cleveland

Bills

1

23

23.0

23

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

11/11

Arizona

Bills

1

22

22.0

22

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

11/19

at L.A. Rams

Bills

7

74

10.6

27

2

12/02

at Oakland

Bills

3

25

8.3

18

1

0

0

0

--

0

12/09

Baltimore

INACTIVE

2

13

6.5

7

0

0

0

0

--

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

2

19

9.5

16

0

17.0

17

TD

0

NO.

GEHRIG DIETER

YDS

17

AVG

CHRIS CONLEY

NO.

1

YDS

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

INACTIVE

INACTIVE

12/23

at Seattle

0

0

0

--

0

3

54

18.0

23

0

0

0

0

--

0

12/30

Oakland

1

9

9.0

9

0

0

0

0

--

0

1

22

22.0

22

0

2

26

13.0

40

0

32

334

10.4

27

5

1

22

22.0

22

0

NO.

YDS

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

7

169

24.1

58t

2

0

0

0

--

0

5

90

18.0

36

1

1

5

5.0

5t

1

TOTALS RECEIVING: DATE

OPP.

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

09/16

at Pittsburgh

DEMETRIUS HARRIS AVG

LG

RESERVE/LEAGUE SUSP. 0

0

0

--

0

TYREEK HILL

KAREEM HUNT

09/23

San Francisco

1

13

13.0

13t

1

2

51

25.5

42

0

0

0

0

--

0

10/01

at Denver

2

59

29.5

35

0

9

54

6.0

15

0

3

54

18.0

27

0

10/07

Jacksonville

1

5

5.0

5

0

4

61

15.3

36

0

1

7

7.0

7

0

10/14

at New England

0

0

0

--

0

7

142

20.3

75t

3

5

105

21.0

67t

1

10/21

Cincinnati

1

17

17.0

17t

1

7

68

9.7

27

1

5

55

11.0

15t

2

10/28

Denver

0

0

0

--

0

3

70

23.3

40

0

5

36

7.2

23t

1

11/04

at Cleveland

0

0

0

--

0

4

69

17.3

40

0

1

50

50.0

50t

1

11/11

Arizona

0

0

0

--

0

7

117

16.7

38

2

2

25

12.5

16

0

3

41

13.7

21t

1

11/19

at L.A. Rams

1

3

3.0

3

0

10

215

21.5

73t

2

12/02

at Oakland

3

39

13.0

16

1

1

13

13.0

13

0

NOT ON ROSTER

12/09

Baltimore

3

28

9.3

15

0

8

139

17.4

48

0

NOT ON ROSTER

12/13

L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

--

0

4

46

11.5

33

0

NOT ON ROSTER

12/23

at Seattle

0

0

0

--

0

4

74

18.5

32

0

NOT ON ROSTER

12/30

Oakland

0

0

0

--

0

5

101

20.2

67t

1

12

164

13.7

35

3

87

1479

17.0

75t

12

26

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

TOTALS RECEIVING:

TRAVIS KELCE

MARCUS KEMP

NOT ON ROSTER 378

14.5

67t

DEMARCUS ROBINSON

7

DATE

OPP.

YDS

AVG

LG

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

1

6

6.0

6

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

--

TD 0

09/16

at Pittsburgh

7

109

15.6

31

2

0

0

0

--

0

1

3

3.0

3t

1

09/23

San Francisco

8

114

14.3

25

0

1

7

7.0

7

0

0

0

0

--

0

10/01

at Denver

7

78

11.1

29

1

0

0

0

--

0

2

31

15.5

23

0

10/07

Jacksonville

5

100

20.0

40

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

--

0

10/14

at New England

5

61

12.2

17

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

--

0

10/21

Cincinnati

5

95

19.0

43

0

0

0

0

--

0

2

13

6.5

9

0

10/28

Denver

6

79

13.2

18

1

0

0

0

--

0

1

1

1.0

1

0

11/04

at Cleveland

7

99

14.1

21

2

0

0

0

--

0

1

3

3.0

3

0

11/11

Arizona

6

46

7.7

10

0

0

0

0

--

0

3

30

10.0

17

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

10

127

12.7

37

1

0

0

0

--

0

1

14

14.0

14

0

12/02

at Oakland

12

168

14.0

28

2

0

0

0

--

0

1

38

38.0

38

0

12/09

Baltimore

7

77

11.0

17

1

0

0

0

--

0

5

42

8.4

17

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

7

61

8.7

16

0

0

0

0

--

0

2

7

3.5

5t

1

12/23

at Seattle

5

54

10.8

23

0

0

0

0

--

0

2

17

8.5

11t

1

12/30

Oakland

5

62

12.4

25

0

0

0

0

--

0

1

89

89.0

89t

1

103

1336

13.0

43

10

1

7

7.0

7

0

22

288

13.1

89t

4

TOTALS


RECEIVING: DATE

OPP.

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

09/16

ANTHONY SHERMAN

DE'ANTHONY THOMAS

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

1

36

36.0

36t

1

at Pittsburgh

0

0

0

--

0

09/23

San Francisco

1

16

16.0

16

0

0

0

0

--

10/01

at Denver

0

0

0

--

0

1

15

15.0

15

10/07

Jacksonville

1

15

15.0

15

0

1

13

13.0

13

0

10/14

at New England

1

-2

-2.0

-2

0

RESERVE/INJURED

10/21

Cincinnati

0

0

0

--

0

10/28

Denver

1

10

10.0

10

11/04

at Cleveland

0

0

0

--

11/11

Arizona

1

2

2.0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

0

0

12/02

at Oakland

0

12/09

Baltimore

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

12/23

at Seattle

12/30

Oakland

TOTALS

RECEIVING:

NO.

SPENCER WARE

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

1

1

1.0

1t

1

1

8

8.0

8

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

2

29

14.5

15

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

1

13

13.0

13

0

2

9

4.5

5

0

RESERVE/INJURED

3

30

10.0

22

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

--

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

4

69

17.3

25

0

2

0

RESERVE/INJURED

1

7

7.0

7

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

1

5

5.0

5

0

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

5

54

10.8

31

0

0

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

INACTIVE

0

0

0

--

0

RESERVE/INJURED

INACTIVE

2

19

9.5

12

0

RESERVE/INJURED

8

96

12.0

36t

1

3

31

0

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

SAMMY WATKINS

29

9.7

15

CHARCANDRICK WEST

224

TD

NO.

YDS

11.2

DAMIEN WILLIAMS AVG

LG

TD

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

3

21

7.0

16

0

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

--

0

09/16

at Pittsburgh

6

100

16.7

40

0

NOT ON ROSTER

1

2

2.0

2

0

09/23

San Francisco

5

55

11.0

15

1

NOT ON ROSTER

2

16

8.0

9

0

10/01

at Denver

0

0

0

--

0

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

--

0

10/07

Jacksonville

6

78

13.0

33

0

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

--

0

10/14

at New England

2

18

9.0

15

0

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

--

0

10/21

Cincinnati

4

74

18.5

50

0

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

--

0

10/28

Denver

8

107

13.4

24

2

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

--

0

11/04

at Cleveland

5

62

12.4

23

0

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

--

0

11/11

Arizona

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

--

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

--

0

12/02

at Oakland

INACTIVE

NOT ON ROSTER

2

7

3.5

6

0

12/09

Baltimore

INACTIVE

INACTIVE

4

16

4.0

6

1

4

4.0

4

0

LG

20

OPP.

1

AVG

INACTIVE 1

DATE

INACTIVE

YDS

TD

12/13

L.A. Chargers

INACTIVE

0

0

0

--

0

6

74

12.3

32

0

12/23

at Seattle

INACTIVE

2

37

18.5

25t

1

7

37

5.3

12

1

12/30

Oakland

INACTIVE

0

0

0

--

0

1

8

8.0

8

0

2

37

18.5

25t

1

23

160

7.0

32

2

TOTALS RECEIVING:

40

519

NO.

YDS

13.0

DARREL WILLIAMS

DATE

OPP.

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

INACTIVE

09/16

at Pittsburgh

INACTIVE

09/23

San Francisco

INACTIVE

10/01

at Denver

INACTIVE

10/07

Jacksonville

INACTIVE

10/14

at New England

INACTIVE

10/21

Cincinnati

INACTIVE

10/28

Denver

INACTIVE

11/04

at Cleveland

11/11

Arizona

11/19

at L.A. Rams

12/02

at Oakland

0

0

12/09

Baltimore

1

8

12/13

L.A. Chargers

2

19

12/23

at Seattle

0

12/30

Oakland

TOTALS

50

AVG

3

LG

TD

--

0

0

--

0

8.0

8

0

9.5

11t

1

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

--

0

3

27

9.0

11t

1

INACTIVE 0

0

0

INACTIVE


2018 POSTSEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS RECEIVING: DATE

OPP.

01/12 01/20

GEHRIG DIETER

DEMETRIUS HARRIS

TYREEK HILL

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

Indianapolis

1

11

11.0

11

0

0

0

0

--

0

8

72

9.0

17

0

New England

0

0

0

--

0

1

2

2.0

2

0

1

42

42.0

42

0

1

11

11.0

11

0

1

2

2.0

2

0

9

114

12.7

42

0

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

NO.

YDS

7

108

15.4

30

0

TOTALS RECEIVING: DATE

OPP.

01/12

Indianapolis

01/20

New England

TOTALS

RECEIVING:

TRAVIS KELCE

DEMARCUS ROBINSON YDS

AVG

LG

TD

0

0

0

--

0

AVG

LG

TD

INACTIVE

3

23

7.7

12t

1

1

27

27.0

27

0

1

21

21.0

21

0

10

131

13.1

30

1

1

27

27.0

27

0

1

21

21.0

21

0

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

NO.

YDS

SAMMY WATKINS

DAMIEN WILLIAMS

DATE

OPP.

AVG

LG

TD

01/12

Indianapolis

6

62

10.3

34

0

5

25

5.0

9

0

01/20

New England

4

114

28.5

54

0

5

66

13.2

33

2

10

176

17.6

54

0

10

91

9.1

33

2

TOTALS

SPENCER WARE

TD


2018 REGULAR SEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS PUNTING: DATE

OPP.

09/09

DUSTIN COLQUITT

NO.

YDS

AVG

TB

IN 20

LG

NET

BLK

at L.A. Chargers

5

256

51.2

0

3

67

52.2

0

09/16

at Pittsburgh

2

100

50.0

0

1

55

47.0

0

09/23

San Francisco

2

87

43.5

0

1

48

43.0

0

10/01

at Denver

4

168

42.0

2

0

44

31.5

0

10/07

Jacksonville

2

116

58.0

0

1

63

55.0

0

10/14

at New England

1

51

51.0

0

0

51

51.0

0

10/21

Cincinnati

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/28

Denver

5

196

39.2

1

3

55

32.6

0

11/04

at Cleveland

2

63

31.5

0

2

42

31.0

0

11/11

Arizona

5

233

46.6

1

3

52

41.0

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

3

142

47.3

0

2

52

48.3

0

12/02

at Oakland

3

123

41.0

0

0

45

41.0

0

12/09

Baltimore

3

111

37.0

0

2

50

18.7

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

4

203

50.8

1

1

61

45.8

0

12/23

at Seattle

3

144

48.0

0

1

57

43.7

0

12/30

Oakland

1

28

28.0

0

1

28

28.0

0

45

2,021

44.9

5

21

67

40.5

0

TOTALS


2018 POSTSEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS PUNTING: DATE

OPP.

01/12 01/20

DUSTIN COLQUITT

NO.

YDS

AVG

TB

IN 20

LG

NET

BLK

Indianapolis

3

110

36.7

0

2

50

27.5

1

New England

5

217

43.4

0

1

59

35.8

0

8

327

40.9

0

3

59

32.1

1

TOTALS


2018 REGULAR SEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS FIELD GOALS: DATE

OPP.

09/09

HARRISON BUTKER

0-19

20-29

30-39

40-49

50+

TOTAL

FGM

FGA

PCT

LG

at L.A. Chargers

0-0

0-0

0-0

1-1

0-0

1-1

1

1

100.0

46

09/16

at Pittsburgh

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0

0

0.0

0

09/23

San Francisco

0-0

0-0

1-1

0-0

0-0

1-1

1

1

100.0

37

10/01

at Denver

0-0

1-1

1-1

0-0

0-0

2-2

2

2

100.0

33

10/07

Jacksonville

0-0

1-1

1-1

1-1

0-0

3-3

3

3

100.0

42

10/14

at New England

0-0

1-1

1-1

2-2

0-0

4-4

4

4

100.0

43

10/21

Cincinnati

0-0

1-1

0-0

0-0

0-1

1-2

1

2

50.0

26

10/28

Denver

0-0

1-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

1-1

1

1

100.0

24

11/04

at Cleveland

0-0

0-0

1-1

0-0

0-0

1-1

1

1

100.0

39

11/11

Arizona

0-0

0-0

0-0

2-2

0-0

2-2

2

2

100.0

46

11/19

at L.A. Rams

0-0

1-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

1-1

1

1

100.0

21

12/02

at Oakland

0-0

1-1

0-0

0-0

1-1

2-2

2

2

100.0

50

12/09

Baltimore

0-0

1-1

1-1

0-1

0-1

2-4

2

4

50.0

35

12/13

L.A. Chargers

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0

0

0.0

0

12/23

at Seattle

0-0

1-1

1-1

0-0

1-1

3-3

3

3

100.0

54

12/30

Oakland

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0

0

0.0

0

0-0

9-9

7-7

6-7

2-4

24-27

24

27

88.9

54

TOTALS


2018 POSTSEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS FIELD GOALS: DATE

OPP.

01/12 01/20

HARRISON BUTKER

0-19

20-29

30-39

40-49

50+

TOTAL

FGM

FGA

PCT

LG

Indianapolis

0-0

0-0

1-1

0-0

0-0

1-1

1

1

100.0

39

New England

0-0

0-0

1-1

0-0

0-0

1-1

1

1

100.0

39

0-0

0-0

2-2

0-0

0-0

2-2

2

2

100.0

39

TOTALS


2018 REGULAR SEASON INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STATS ALLEN BAILEY

DATE

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

PR PD

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

1

0

09/16

at Pittsburgh

2

0

2

1 1.0

0

0

0

1

09/23

San Francisco

3

1

4

2 1.0

0

0

0

10/01

at Denver

1

0

1

0 1.0

0

0

10/07

Jacksonville

2

0

2

0 1.0

0

10/14

at New England

2

1

3

0 0.0

10/21

Cincinnati

1

1

2

10/28

Denver

0

0

11/04

at Cleveland

2

11/11

Arizona

11/19

ERIC BERRY

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

INACTIVE

4

0

4

1

1.0

0

0

0

4

0

0

INACTIVE

2

0

2

0

0.0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

INACTIVE

1

0

1

1

1.0

0

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

INACTIVE

3

0

3

1

1.0

0

0

0

3

0

0

0

2

0

INACTIVE

4

1

5

0

1.0

0

0

1

4

0

0

1

0

0

0

INACTIVE

0

1

1

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

INACTIVE

2

0

2

1

1.0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

INACTIVE

4

1

5

0

3.0

0

0

2

3

0

2

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

INACTIVE

1

0

1

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

1 1.0

0

0

0

2

0

INACTIVE

4

2

6

3

1.0

0

0

0

4

0

at L.A. Rams

1

0

1

0 1.0

0

2

0

1

0

INACTIVE

2

0

2

0

0.0

0

0

1

1

0

12/02

at Oakland

4

2

6

1 0.0

0

0

1

0

0

INACTIVE

3

2

5

1

1.5

0

0

1

3

0

12/09

Baltimore

3

1

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

INACTIVE

4

1

5

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

4

2

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

1

3

1

1.0

0

0

0

2

0

4

1

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

4

7

2

0.5

0

0

0

2

0

3

0

3

2

1.0

0

0

1

0

0

42

13

55

0

0

7

29

0

12/23

at Seattle

0

1

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

Oakland

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

1

1

1

0

27

11

38

5

0

4

2

10

0

TOTALS

6.0

KENDALL FULLER

PR PD

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

PR PD

DEE FORD

S

12/30

S

INACTIVE 8

3

11

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

0

0.0

0

0

0

ANTHONY HITCHENS

0

DATE

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

3

3

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

6

8

14

2 0.0

0

0

0

0

09/16

at Pittsburgh

6

1

7

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

2

7

5

12

1 0.0

0

0

0

1

0

PR PD

13 13.0

JUSTIN HOUSTON

PR PD

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

0

0

1

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

PR PD 0

0

0

2

2

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

09/23

San Francisco

3

2

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

6

0

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

1

0

4

0

4

2 2.0

0

0

2

2

0

10/01

at Denver

7

0

7

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

1

2

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

1 1.0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

1

0

10/07

Jacksonville

6

1

7

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

8

3

11

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/14

at New England

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

6

8

14

2 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

INACTIVE

10/21

Cincinnati

3

0

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

3

0

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

INACTIVE

10/28

Denver

3

2

5

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

1

5

3

8

1 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

INACTIVE

11/04

at Cleveland

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

9

0

9

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/11

Arizona

4

1

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

3

0

3

1 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

DID NOT PLAY 4

2

6

0 0.0

0

0

1

0

0

INACTIVE 1

0

1

0 0.0

1

0

0

1

1

4

0

4

1 1.0

0

0

1

0

0 0

12/02

at Oakland

7

1

8

0 0.0

0

0

1

0

0

5

4

9

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

1 0.0

0

1

0

1

12/09

Baltimore

5

2

7

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

4

6

2

8

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

1

6

1 1.0

0

1

1

0

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

1

1

2

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

1

5

6

11

1 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

3

5

0 1.5

0

0

0

2

0

12/23

at Seattle

5

7

12

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

3

2 1.0

0

0

0

2

0

12/30

Oakland

9

3

12

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

4

9

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

2

5

0 1.5

0

1

1

2

0

TOTALS

64

18

82

1

2

0

1

0

12

81

54 135

7

0

0

1

2

0

28

9

37

8

1

3

5

12

1

DATE

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

3

1

0.0

0

0

0

1

09/16

at Pittsburgh

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

1

0.0

0

0

0

0

INACTIVE 0.0

JARVIS JENKINS

PR PD

0.0

CHRIS JONES

PR PD

9.0

TANOH KPASSAGNON

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

0

1

1

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

PR PD 0

0

0

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

1

0

09/23

San Francisco

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

3

1

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/01

at Denver

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/07

Jacksonville

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

1

1.0

1

0

0

1

1

10/14

at New England

1

1

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

2

0

1.0

0

0

1

0

0

INACTIVE

10/21

Cincinnati

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

3

2

1.0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/28

Denver

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

1

1.0

0

0

0

2

0

1

0

1

1 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/04

at Cleveland

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

3

2

1.0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/11

Arizona

0

1

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

1

3

1

2.0

0

0

1

3

2

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0 0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

6

0

6

3

2.0

0

0

0

4

1

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

12/02

at Oakland

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

4

1

5

1

1.5

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/09

Baltimore

NOT ON ROSTER

3

0

3

1

1.0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

NOT ON ROSTER

2

1

3

2

2.5

0

0

0

8

1

12/23

at Seattle

NOT ON ROSTER

2

1

3

2

1.5

0

0

0

3

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

12/30

Oakland

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

35

5

40

1

0

2

29

5

0

0

1

0

TOTALS

4

2

6

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

19 15.5

INACTIVE 0

INACTIVE 3

1

4

1

0.0

0


JORDAN LUCAS

DATE

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

PR PD

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

09/16

at Pittsburgh

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

ERIC MURRAY

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

PR PD

0

4

5

9

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

1

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

STEVEN NELSON

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

0

4

4

8

0 0.0

0

0

0

PR PD 0

1

0

3

0

3

1 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

09/23

San Francisco

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

2

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

3

0

3

1 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/01

at Denver

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

1

6

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

1

3

0

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

1

3

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

2

4

0

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

2

10/07

Jacksonville

4

2

6

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

1

10/14

at New England

4

6

10

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

10/21

Cincinnati

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

INACTIVE 1

0

1

1 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/28

Denver

6

0

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

0

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

4

1

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/04

at Cleveland

1

0

1

1 1.0

0

0

0

2

0

6

1

7

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

8

0

8

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

1

11/11

Arizona

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

1

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

3

11/19

at L.A. Rams

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

0

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

1

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

12/02

at Oakland

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

1

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/09

Baltimore

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

1

0

3

0

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

12/13

L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

1

4

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

3

12/23

at Seattle

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

1

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/30

Oakland

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

0

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

TOTALS

19

9

28

1

1

0

0

2

2

43

12

55

1

1

0

0

1

2

58

10

68

2

4

0

0

0

15

DATE

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

0

0

09/16

at Pittsburgh

09/23

San Francisco

10/01

at Denver

0

1.0

BEN NIEMANN

0

0

0

DERRICK NNADI

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

INACTIVE

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

INACTIVE

1

2

3

0 0.0

0

0

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0 0.0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

PR PD

0.0

0

0

0

0

PR PD

0.0

DORIAN O'DANIEL

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

PR PD 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/07

Jacksonville

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/14

at New England

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

4

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/21

Cincinnati

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

4

0

4

1 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/28

Denver

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

1

3

1 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/04

at Cleveland

0

2

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/11

Arizona

5

1

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

4

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

1

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/02

at Oakland

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

2

0 0.0

0

1

0

0

0

12/09

Baltimore

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

2

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

12/23

at Seattle

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

1

0

12/30

Oakland

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

5

3

8

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

17

18

35

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

18

11

29

2

0

1

0

1

1

DATE

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

7

2

9

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

2

2

5

7

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

09/16

at Pittsburgh

3

0

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

4

1

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

RON PARKER

PR PD

REGGIE RAGLAND

PR PD

0.0

ORLANDO SCANDRICK

PR PD

09/23

San Francisco

6

1

7

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

4

4

8

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

10/01

at Denver

5

0

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

0

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

10/07

Jacksonville

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

3

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

4

10/14

at New England

7

2

9

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

4

3

7

0 0.5

0

0

0

1

0

3

1

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/21

Cincinnati

1

0

1

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

1

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

1

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

10/28

Denver

4

1

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

4

3

7

1 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

11/04

at Cleveland

4

1

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

4

2

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/11

Arizona

2

0

2

1 1.0

0

0

0

1

0

5

2

7

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1 1

11/19

at L.A. Rams

7

1

8

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

12/02

at Oakland

6

1

7

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

3

5

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

8

1

9

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

12/09

Baltimore

4

0

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

1

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

5

3

8

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

3

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

0

1

0

0

4

6

10

1 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

12/23

at Seattle

12/30

Oakland

TOTALS

INACTIVE

DID NOT PLAY

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

4

6

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

64

13

77

1

2

0

0

1

5

46

40

86

2

1

0

0

1

1

38

6

44

0

0.0

1

0

1

0

13

1.0

0.5


DATE

OPP.

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

09/16

at Pittsburgh

S

JOSH SHAW

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

PR PD

TERRANCE SMITH

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

PR PD

NOT ON ROSTER

2

3

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

NOT ON ROSTER

5

0

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

TREMON SMITH

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

PR PD 0

0

0

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

09/23

San Francisco

NOT ON ROSTER

0

2

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/01

at Denver

NOT ON ROSTER

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/07

Jacksonville

4

1

5

1 1.0

0

0

0

1

0

10/14

at New England

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/21

Cincinnati

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/28

Denver

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/04

at Cleveland

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/11

Arizona

INACTIVE

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

NOT ON ROSTER

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/02

at Oakland

Buccaneers

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/09

Baltimore

Buccaneers

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

Buccaneers

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/23

at Seattle

Buccaneers

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

12/30

Oakland

Buccaneers

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

1

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

INACTIVE

TOTALS

3

0

DATE

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

09/16 09/23

3

0

0.0

0

0

0

DANIEL SORENSEN

0

0

8

21

1

1.0

0

0

0

BREELAND SPEAKS

1

0

CHARVARIUS WARD

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

INACTIVE

at Pittsburgh

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

INACTIVE

San Francisco

RESERVE/INJURED

1

1

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/01

at Denver

RESERVE/INJURED

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/07

Jacksonville

RESERVE/INJURED

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

1

0

3

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/14

at New England

RESERVE/INJURED

1

5

6

0 0.5

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/21

Cincinnati

RESERVE/INJURED

1

1

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

10/28

Denver

RESERVE/INJURED

3

1

4

1 1.0

0

1

0

2

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/04

at Cleveland

RESERVE/INJURED

4

0

4

2 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/11

Arizona

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

4

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

PR PD

INACTIVE

S

2

PR PD

13

INACTIVE

PR PD

INACTIVE

11/19

at L.A. Rams

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/02

at Oakland

1

1

2

0 0.0

0

1

0

0

1

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/09

Baltimore

1

2

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

3

0

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/23

at Seattle

4

4

8

0 0.0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

7

1

8

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

12/30

Oakland

1

1

2

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

9

0

9

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

2

TOTALS

14

12

26

0

0.0

1

1

0

1

2

15

9

24

3

0

2

1

8

0

17

1

18

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

3

DATE

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

09/16

at Pittsburgh

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

09/23

San Francisco

0

1

1

0 0.0

0

0

10/01

at Denver

1

0

1

1 1.0

0

10/07

Jacksonville

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

10/14

at New England

10/21 10/28

ARMANI WATTS

XAVIER WILLIAMS

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

0

1

3

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

1

3

1 1.0

0

0

0

1

0

RESERVE/INJURED

2

3

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

Cincinnati

RESERVE/INJURED

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

Denver

RESERVE/INJURED

1

2

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

1

0

11/04

at Cleveland

RESERVE/INJURED

0

1

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/11

Arizona

RESERVE/INJURED

2

2

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

RESERVE/INJURED

3

1

4

1 1.0

0

0

0

1

0

12/02

at Oakland

RESERVE/INJURED

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

0

1

0

0

12/09

Baltimore

RESERVE/INJURED

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

RESERVE/INJURED

1

3

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/23

at Seattle

RESERVE/INJURED

1

4

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

12/30

Oakland

TOTALS

PR PD

1.5

RESERVE/INJURED 1

1

2

1

1.0

0

0

0

2

1

PR PD

2

1

3

0 0.5

0

0

0

1

0

25

22

47

2

0

0

1

4

0

2.5


2018 POSTSEASON INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STATS ALLEN BAILEY

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

01/12

Indianapolis

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

01/20

New England

1

4

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

1

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

1

4

5

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

1

6

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

DATE

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

01/12

Indianapolis

2

1

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

01/20

New England

7

3

10

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

TOTALS

9

4

13

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

1

0

0.0

0

0

0

DATE

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

01/12

Indianapolis

2

0

2

2 2.0

0

1

0

2

1

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

1

01/20

New England

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

TOTALS

4

0

4

2

0

1

0

2

1

0

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

DATE

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

01/12

Indianapolis

3

2

5

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

01/20

New England

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

TOTALS

5

2

7

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

5

0

5

0

0.0

0

0

0

DATE

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

01/12

Indianapolis

2

0

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

01/20

New England

7

5

12

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

TOTALS

9

5

14

0

0.0

1

0

0

0

1

1

0

1

0

0.0

0

0

0

DATE

OPP.

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

01/12

Indianapolis

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

01/20

New England

0

2

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

4

3

7

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

2

2

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

6

5

11

0

0.0

0

0

0

TOTALS

KENDALL FULLER

JUSTIN HOUSTON

2.0

ERIC MURRAY

REGGIE RAGLAND

BREELAND SPEAKS

PR PD

PR PD

PR PD

PR PD

PR PD

PR PD

S

ERIC BERRY

DATE

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

PR PD

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

4

0

4

1 1.0

0

0

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

0

4

1

0

0

1

2

0

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

0

4

3

7

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

7

7

14

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

11

10

21

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

3

2

2

4

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

2

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

1

4

2

4

6

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

1

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

1

1

1

2

1 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

6

6

0 0.0

0

0

0

1

0

0

2

1

7

8

1

0

0

0

1

0

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

0

1

2

3

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

11

3

14

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

12

5

17

0

0.0

1

0

0

0

1

S

A TK TFL SK INT FR FF

4

1

1

2

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

4

7

0 0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

4

5

9

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

INACTIVE

JUSTIN HAMILTON

CHRIS JONES

STEVEN NELSON

TREMON SMITH

CHARVARIUS WARD

DEE FORD

S

PR PD

PR PD

PR PD

PR PD

PR PD

1.0

ANTHONY HITCHENS

JORDAN LUCAS

DERRICK NNADI

0.0

DANIEL SORENSEN

XAVIER WILLIAMS

PR PD

PR PD

PR PD

PR PD

PR PD

PR PD


2018 REGULAR SEASON INDIVIDUAL SPECIAL TEAMS GAME-BY-GAME STATS DATE

OPP.

09/09

HARRISON BUTKER

TKL

GEHRIG DIETER AST

TOT

DEMETRIUS HARRIS

TKL

AST

TOT

TKL

AST

at L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

09/16

at Pittsburgh

0

0

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

0

0

09/23

San Francisco

0

0

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

0

10/01

at Denver

0

0

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

0

10/07

Jacksonville

0

0

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

10/14

at New England

0

0

0

10/21

Cincinnati

0

0

10/28

Denver

0

11/04

at Cleveland

11/11

TOT

RESERVE/LEAGUE SUSP.

TKL

MARCUS KEMP AST

TOT

1

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

PRACTICE SQUAD

0

0

0

0

0

0

Arizona

1

0

1

PRACTICE SQUAD

0

0

0

1

0

1

11/19

at L.A. Rams

0

0

0

INACTIVE

0

0

0

2

0

2

12/02

at Oakland

0

0

0

1 0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

12/09

Baltimore

0

1

1

12/13

L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

12/23

at Seattle

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

12/30

Oakland

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

2

1

0

1

1

1

2

5

1

6

AST

TOT

TKL

AST

TOT

TKL

AST

TOT

TKL

AST

TOT

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0

TOTALS

TKL

JORDAN LUCAS

INACTIVE

BEN NIEMANN

DORIAN O'DANIEL

DEMARCUS ROBINSON

DATE

OPP.

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

09/16

at Pittsburgh

0

0

0

INACTIVE

0

0

0

0

0

09/23

San Francisco

0

0

0

INACTIVE

0

0

0

0

0

0

10/01

at Denver

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

10/07

Jacksonville

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

10/14

at New England

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

10/21

Cincinnati

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

10/28

Denver

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

11/04

at Cleveland

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

11/11

Arizona

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

12/02

at Oakland

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

12/09

Baltimore

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

12/23

at Seattle

1

0

1

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

12/30

Oakland

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

3

1

4

2

0

2

3

2

5

1

0

1

TOT

TKL

AST

TOT

TKL

AST

TOT

TKL

TOTALS

TKL

JOSH SHAW AST

ANTHONY SHERMAN

TERRANCE SMITH

TREMON SMITH

DATE

OPP.

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

AST 0

TOT 1

09/16

at Pittsburgh

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

09/23

San Francisco

NOT ON ROSTER

1

0

1

0

0

0

10/01

at Denver

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

0

0

0

10/07

Jacksonville

0

0

0

0

0

0

10/14

at New England

0

1

1

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

10/21

Cincinnati

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

0

1

10/28

Denver

0

0

0

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

11/04

at Cleveland

0

0

0

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

11/11

Arizona

INACTIVE

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

12/02

at Oakland

Buccaneers

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

12/09

Baltimore

Buccaneers

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

Buccaneers

0

1

1

RESERVE/INJURED

0

1

1

12/23

at Seattle

Buccaneers

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

12/30

Oakland

Buccaneers

1

0

1

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

2

2

4

3

1

4

TOTALS

INACTIVE

0

1

1

0

1

1

INACTIVE INACTIVE


DATE

OPP.

09/09

DE'ANTHONY THOMAS

CHARVARIUS WARD

TKL

AST

TOT

at L.A. Chargers

1

0

1

INACTIVE

09/16

at Pittsburgh

2

0

2

09/23

San Francisco

0

0

0

10/01

at Denver

0

0

0

2

1

10/07

Jacksonville

1

0

1

0

10/14

at New England

RESERVE/INJURED

10/21

Cincinnati

10/28

0

1

1

NOT ON ROSTER

INACTIVE

1

0

1

NOT ON ROSTER

INACTIVE

1

0

1

NOT ON ROSTER

3

0

0

0

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

0

0

NOT ON ROSTER

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

NOT ON ROSTER

RESERVE/INJURED

0

1

1

RESERVE/INJURED

NOT ON ROSTER

Denver

RESERVE/INJURED

2

0

2

RESERVE/INJURED

NOT ON ROSTER

11/04

at Cleveland

RESERVE/INJURED

1

0

1

RESERVE/INJURED

NOT ON ROSTER

11/11

Arizona

RESERVE/INJURED

2

0

2

RESERVE/INJURED

NOT ON ROSTER

11/19

at L.A. Rams

RESERVE/INJURED

1

1

2

RESERVE/INJURED

NOT ON ROSTER

12/02

at Oakland

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

NOT ON ROSTER

12/09

Baltimore

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

12/13

L.A. Chargers

RESERVE/INJURED

1

0

1

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

12/23

at Seattle

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

1

0

1

12/30

Oakland

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

1

0

1

4

9

3

12

2

2

0

2

TKL

TOT

TKL

AST

TOT

DATE

OPP.

09/09

0

DAMIEN WILLIAMS

TOT

DARREL WILLIAMS

1

TKL

AST

TOT

INACTIVE

3

JAMES WINCHESTER

AST

TOT

at L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

INACTIVE

0

0

0

NOT ON ROSTER

09/16

at Pittsburgh

1

0

1

INACTIVE

0

0

0

NOT ON ROSTER

09/23

San Francisco

0

0

0

INACTIVE

0

0

0

NOT ON ROSTER

10/01

at Denver

0

0

0

INACTIVE

0

0

0

NOT ON ROSTER

10/07

Jacksonville

1

0

1

INACTIVE

0

0

0

10/14

at New England

0

0

0

INACTIVE

0

0

0

0

0

0

10/21

Cincinnati

1

0

1

INACTIVE

0

0

0

0

0

0

10/28

Denver

0

0

0

INACTIVE

0

0

0

1

0

1

11/04

at Cleveland

0

0

0

INACTIVE

0

0

0

11/11

Arizona

1

0

1

0

0

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

12/02

at Oakland

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

INACTIVE 1

0

1

TKL

FRANK ZOMBO

TKL

0

AST

TKL

CHARCANDRICK WEST

TOT

4

AST

ARMANI WATTS AST

TOTALS

TKL

AST

TOT

NOT ON ROSTER

INACTIVE INACTIVE

12/09

Baltimore

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

12/23

at Seattle

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

12/30

Oakland

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

0

4

1

0

1

1

0

1

2

0

2

TOTALS


2018 POSTSEASON INDIVIDUAL SPECIAL TEAMS GAME-BY-GAME STATS DATE

OPP.

01/12

Indianapolis

01/20

New England

TOTALS

DATE

OPP.

01/12 01/20

TKL

GEHRIG DIETER AST

TOT

TKL

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

ERIC MURRAY AST

TOT

TKL

1

1

2

1

1

0

1

2

1

CHARCANDRICK WEST

BEN NIEMANN

TOT

TKL

AST

0

0

0

1

0

1

1

1

1

2

0

0

0

3

1

1

2

1

0

1

DARREL WILLIAMS

FRANK ZOMBO

TKL

AST

TOT

TKL

AST

TOT

TKL

AST

TOT

Indianapolis

0

0

0

1

0

1

1

0

1

New England

1

0

1

1

0

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

2

0

2

1

0

1

TOTALS

ANTHONY SHERMAN

AST

TOT


2018 REGULAR SEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS PUNT RETURNS: DATE

OPP.

NO.

YDS

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

2

09/16

at Pittsburgh

09/23

TYREEK HILL

DEMARCUS ROBINSON

DE'ANTHONY THOMAS

AVG

LG

FC

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

FC

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

FC

TD

95

47.5

91t

0

1

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

1

0

0.0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

1

48

48.0

48

0

0

San Francisco

1

5

5.0

5

1

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

10/01

at Denver

1

37

37.0

37

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

10/07

Jacksonville

1

2

2.0

2

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

10/14

at New England

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

10/21

Cincinnati

3

21

7.0

10

0

0

1

0

0.0

--

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

10/28

Denver

3

15

5.0

14

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

11/04

at Cleveland

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

11/11

Arizona

2

0

0.0

2

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

11/19

at L.A. Rams

3

22

7.3

14

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

12/02

at Oakland

0

0

0

--

1

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

12/09

Baltimore

2

13

6.5

7

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

12/13

L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

12/23

at Seattle

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

12/30

Oakland

1

3

3.0

3

1

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

20

213

10.7

91t

3

1

1

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

RESERVE/INJURED 1

48

48.0

48


2018 POSTSEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS PUNT RETURNS:

DATE

OPP.

01/12 01/20

TYREEK HILL

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

FC

TD

Indianapolis

5

6

1.2

4

1

0

New England

1

-11

-11.0

-11

1

0

6

-5

-0.8

4

2

0

TOTALS


2018 REGULAR SEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS KICKOFF RETURNS: DATE

OPP.

NO.

YDS

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

0

09/16

at Pittsburgh

09/23

CHRIS CONLEY LG

FC

TD

YDS

0

0

--

0

0

AVG

LG

FC

TD

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

San Francisco

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

10/01

at Denver

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

10/07

Jacksonville

0

0

0

--

0

0

1

11

0

11.0

11

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

10/14

at New England

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

10/21

Cincinnati

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

10/28

Denver

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

1

5

5.0

5

0

11/04

at Cleveland

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

11/11

Arizona

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

12/02

at Oakland

1

0

5

5.0

5

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

12/09

Baltimore

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

12/13

0

L.A. Chargers

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

12/23

at Seattle

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

12/30

Oakland

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

1

5

5.0

5

0

0

1

11

11.0

11

0

0

1

5

5.0

5

0

0

NO.

YDS

KICKOFF RETURNS:

TREMON SMITH

YDS

AVG

LG

FC

TD

ANTHONY SHERMAN

NO.

TOTALS

NO.

DEMETRIUS HARRIS

AVG

RESERVE/LEAGUE SUSP.

DE'ANTHONY THOMAS

SPENCER WARE

DATE

OPP.

09/09

at L.A. Chargers

0

09/16

at Pittsburgh

09/23

San Francisco

10/01

at Denver

10/07

Jacksonville

0

0

0

--

0

0

10/14

at New England

4

180

45.0

97

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

1

10

10.0

10

0

0

10/21

Cincinnati

1

23

23.0

23

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

--

0

0

10/28

Denver

3

82

27.3

33

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

--

0

0

11/04

at Cleveland

2

53

26.5

34

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

--

0

0

11/11

Arizona

2

22

11.0

15

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

--

0

0

11/19

at L.A. Rams

7

207

29.6

34

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

--

0

0

12/02

at Oakland

4

75

18.8

23

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

--

0

0

12/09

Baltimore

0

0

0

--

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

0

0

0

--

0

0

12/13

L.A. Chargers

5

104

20.8

51

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

INACTIVE

12/23

at Seattle

4

114

28.5

61

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

INACTIVE

12/30

Oakland

1

26

26.0

26

0

0

RESERVE/INJURED

33

886

26.8

97

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

AVG

LG

FC

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

FC

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

FC

TD

0

0

--

0

0

2

33

16.5

26

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

1

25

25.0

25

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

0

0

0

--

0

0

INACTIVE INACTIVE

3

58

19.3

26

INACTIVE 0

0

1

10

10.0

10


2018 POSTSEASON INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS KICKOFF RETURNS:

DATE

OPP.

01/12 01/20

DEMETRIUS HARRIS

TREMON SMITH

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

FC

TD

NO.

YDS

AVG

LG

FC

TD

Indianapolis

0

0

0

--

0

0

2

39

19.5

23

0

0

New England

1

17

17.0

17

0

0

4

99

24.8

29

0

0

1

17

17.0

17

0

0

6

138

23.0

29

0

0

TOTALS


@ LAC PLAYERS 9/9 Bailey, Allen LDE Berry, Eric * Boettger, Ike * Butker, Harrison P Colquitt, Dustin P Conley, Chris WR Devey, Jordan P Duvernay-Tardif, RG Laurent Ellis, Alex P Erving, Cam LG Fisher, Eric LT Ford, Dee ROLB Fuller, Kendall RCB Hamilton, Justin * Henne, Chad DNP Hill, Tyreek WR Hitchens, LILB Anthony Houston, Justin LOLB Jones, Chris RDE Kelce, Travis TE Kemp, Marcus P Kpassagnon, P Tanoh Lucas, Jordan P Mahomes, QB Patrick McKenzie, Kahlil * Morse, Mitch C Murray, Eric S Nelson, Steven LCB Niemann, Ben P Nnadi, Derrick P O'Daniel, Dorian P Parker, Ron S Ragland, Reggie RILB Reiter, Austin * Robinson, P Demarcus Scandrick, P Orlando Schwartz, RT Mitchell Sherman, P Anthony Smith, Terrance P Smith, Tremon P Speaks, P Breeland Thomas, P De'Anthony Ward, * Charvarius Ware, Spencer P Watkins, Sammy WR Watts, Armani P Williams, P Damien Williams, Darrel * Williams, Xavier NT Winchester, P James Wylie, Andrew P Harris, R/SUS Demetrius Dieter, Gehrig PS Reaser, Keith IR Gordon, Dillon IR Pringle, Byron IR Hunter, Ryan PS Litton, Chase PS Moore, J.D. IR Springs, Arrion PS Wade, D'Montre PS Koroma, Tejan IR McCray, Rob PS Durham, Step IR Crockett, Josh PS Ivie, Joey PS McQuay, Leon PS Allen, Jeff NOT Murphy, Pace NOT Zombo, Frank NOT Davison, NOT Raymond Sorensen, IR Daniel West, NOT Charcandrick Hunt, Kareem RB Jenkins, Jarvis P Wells, David ^ Shaw, Josh ^ Yelder, Deon ^ Orchard, Nate ^ Murray, Jimmy ^ Hawkins, Josh ^ Richardson, ^ Horace Benjamin, Kelvin ^

2018 Regular Season Kansas City Chiefs Player Participation JAX @ NE CIN DEN @ CLE ARI @ LAR @ OAK 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/19 12/2 LDE LDE P RDE RDE LDE LDE P * * * * * * * * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P WR WR WR P P WR P WR P RG C IR IR IR IR IR RG IR IR IR IR IR IR IR

BAL 12/9 LDE * ^ P P WR IR IR

LAC 12/13 RDE S ^ P P WR IR IR

@ SEA 12/23 RDE S ^ P P WR IR IR

OAK 12/30 RDE * ^ P P WR IR IR

P/S P/S 16/13 2/2 0/0 16/0 16/0 16/13 7/2 5/5

DNP/* DNP/* 0/0 0/14 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

* LG LT LOLB LCB * DNP WR LILB

IR LG LT LOLB LCB * DNP WR LILB

IR LG LT LOLB CB * DNP WR RILB

IR LG LT LOLB CB * DNP WR RILB

IR LG LT LOLB LCB * DNP WR LILB

IR LG LT LOLB CB * DNP WR LILB

IR LG LT LOLB LCB * DNP WR DNP

IR LG LT LOLB CB * DNP WR LILB

IR LG LT LOLB CB * DNP WR LILB

IR LG LT LOLB CB P DNP WR LILB

IR * LT ROLB LCB P DNP WR LILB

IR DNP LT ROLB * P DNP WR LILB

IR P LT ROLB CB P P WR LILB

2/0 14/13 16/16 16/16 15/15 4/0 1/0 16/16 15/15

1/1 1/1 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/12 15/0 0/0 1/0

LOLB RDE TE P P

ROLB RDE TE P P

ROLB RDE TE P P

* P TE P *

* RDE TE P P

* LDE TE P P

* P TE P P

ROLB RDE TE P P

ROLB RDE TE P P

ROLB RDE TE P P

ROLB P TE P P

LOLB LDE TE P *

LOLB P TE P P

LOLB P TE P *

12/12 16/11 16/16 16/0 13/0

0/4 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/3

P QB

P QB

P QB

P QB

S QB

S QB

S QB

P QB

P QB

P QB

P QB

P QB

P QB

P QB

S QB

16/4 16/16

0/0 0/0

* C S LCB * P P S RILB * P

* C S RCB * P P S LILB * P

* C S RCB P P P S RILB * P

* C S RCB P NT P S RILB * P

* C * RCB P NT P S LILB P P

* * P RCB P NT P S LILB P P

* * P RCB P NT P S RILB C P

* * S RCB P NT P S RILB C P

* * S RCB RILB NT P S LILB C WR

* * S RCB P P RILB S P C P

* C S RCB P NT P S RILB P WR

* C P RCB P NT P S RILB P P

* C P RCB P NT P S RILB P WR

* C P RCB P NT P * RILB P WR

* C P RCB P NT P P RILB P WR

0/0 11/11 15/9 16/16 14/1 16/11 16/1 15/14 16/15 11/4 16/5

0/16 0/5 0/1 0/0 0/2 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/5 0/0

CB

P

P

P

LCB

LCB

P

LCB

P

LCB

LCB

LCB

P

DNP

P

15/7

1/0

RT

RT

RT

RT

RT

RT

RT

RT

RT

RT

RT

RT

RT

RT

RT

16/16

0/0

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

FB

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

16/1

0/0

P P P

P P P

P * P

P * P

P P ROLB

P P ROLB

IR P ROLB

IR P ROLB

IR P P

IR P P

IR P P

IR P P

IR P P

IR CB P

IR P P

7/0 14/1 16/4

0/0 0/2 0/0

P

P

P

P

IR

IR

IR

IR

IR

IR

IR

IR

IR

IR

IR

5/0

0/0

*

*

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

LCB

LCB

13/2

0/3

P WR P P

P WR P P

P WR P P

P WR P P

P WR IR P

P WR IR P

P WR IR P

P P IR P

P * IR P

P WR IR P

RB * IR P

RB * IR P

* * IR RB

* * IR RB

* * IR RB

13/2 10/9 5/0 16/3

0/3 0/6 0/0 0/0

* NT P

* NT P

* NT P

* P P

* P P

* P P

* P P

* P P

P P P

* P P

P P P

P P P

P P P

P P P

P P P

6/0 16/4 16/0

0/10 0/0 0/0

P P

P P

P P

P P

P P

RG P

RG TE

RG P

RG P

RG TE

RG P

RG TE

RG P

RG P

RG P

16/10 15/3

0/0 0/0

PS ^ IR IR PS PS IR PS PS IR PS IR PS PS PS NOT NOT NOT NOT

PS ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PS IR PS PS PS NOT NOT NOT NOT

PS ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PS IR PS PS PS NOT NOT NOT NOT

PS ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PS IR PS PS PS NOT NOT NOT NOT

PS ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PSI IR PS PS DNP NOT NOT P NOT

PS ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PSI IR PS PS PS P NOT P NOT

PS ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PSI IR PS PS PS P PS P PS

PS ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PSI IR PS PS PS OL PS * PS

PS ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PSI IR PS PS PS P PS * PS

* ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PSI IR PS PS PS P PS P PS

P ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PSI IR PS PS PS P PS P PS

P ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PSI IR PS PS PS P PS P PS

* ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PSI IR PS PS PS LG PS P PS

P ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PSI IR PS PS PS LG PS P PS

P ^ IR IR PS PS IR ^ PS IR PSI IR PS PS PS LG PS P PS

4/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 10/4 0/0 9/0 0/0

0/2 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/2 0/0

@ PIT 9/16 P * I P P WR P RG

SF 9/23 LDE * ^ P P WR P RG

@ DEN 10/1 LDE * ^ P P WR P RG

P LG LT ROLB RCB * DNP WR LILB

DNP LG LT ROLB LCB * DNP WR RILB

LOLB RDE TE P P

IR

IR

IR

IR

IR

IR

IR

IR

P

P

P

S

S

S

S

7/4

0/0

NOT

NOT

NOT

NOT

NOT

NOT

NOT

NOT

NOT

NOT

NOT

*

P

P

P

3/0

0/1

RB P ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^

RB P PS ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^

RB P PS ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^

RB P PS * PS ^ ^ ^ ^

RB P PS P PS DNP PS ^ ^

RB P PS P PS * PS ^ ^

RB P PS P P * DNP ^ ^

RB P PS P P P DNP ^ ^

RB P PS * P NOT P ^ ^

RB P PS NOT * NOT P PS ^

NOT P PS ^ * NOT * PS ^

NOT NOT PS ^ * NOT * PS PS

NOT NOT PS ^ * NOT DNP PS PS

NOT NOT PS ^ * NOT * PS PS

NOT NOT PS ^ * NOT * NOT PS

11/11 12/0 0/0 4/0 3/0 1/0 2/0 0/0 0/0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/2 0/6 1/2 3/4 0/0 0/0

^

^

^

^

^

^

^

^

^

^

^

*

P

P

P

3/0

0/1

LEGEND: Starters indicated by position, P=Played, *=Inactive, DNP=Did Not Play, IR=Reserve/Injured, IRD=Injured Reserve â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Designated For Return, NF=Non-Football Injury (NF), NFI=Non-Football Illness (NFI), PS=Practice Squad, PSI=Practice Squad Injured, PSIR=Practice Squad/Injured Reserve, PUP=Active/PUP, INJ=Injured, I=Inactive, I/SUS=Inactive/League Susp., N/NFIN=Inactive/NFIN, R/SUS=Reserve/League Susp., R/PUP=Reserve/Physically-Unable-To-Perform, R/NFIN=Reserve/Non-Football Injury, R/NFIL=Reserve/NFIL, R/Team SUS.=Team Suspension, UNS=Unsigned, NOT=Not on Roster, #=Roster Exemption, IPP=International Player Pathway/PS Exemption, ^=With Other Team


PLAYERS Allen, Jeff Bailey, Allen Benjamin, Kelvin Berry, Eric Butker, Harrison Colquitt, Dustin Conley, Chris Dieter, Gehrig Erving, Cam Fisher, Eric Ford, Dee Fuller, Kendall Hamilton, Justin Harris, Demetrius Henne, Chad Hill, Tyreek Hitchens, Anthony Houston, Justin Jones, Chris Kelce, Travis Kemp, Marcus Kpassagnon, Tanoh Lucas, Jordan Mahomes, Patrick McKenzie, Kahlil Morse, Mitch Murray, Eric Murray, Jimmy Nelson, Steven Niemann, Ben Nnadi, Derrick O'Daniel, Dorian Parker, Ron Ragland, Reggie Reiter, Austin Robinson, Demarcus Scandrick, Orlando Schwartz, Mitchell Sherman, Anthony Smith, Tremon Sorensen, Daniel Speaks, Breeland Ward, Charvarius Ware, Spencer Watkins, Sammy West, Charcandrick Williams, Damien Williams, Darrel Williams, Xavier Winchester, James Wylie, Andrew Yelder, Deon Zombo, Frank McCray, Rob Durham, Step Ellis, Alex Koroma, Tejan Wade, D'Montre Pringle, Byron Crockett, Josh Devey, Jordan Smith, Terrance McQuay, Leon Thomas, De'Anthony Duvernay-Tardif, Laurent Cooper, Chris Gordon, Dillon Watts, Armani Hunter, Ryan Litton, Chase Moore, J.D. Murphy, Pace Wells, David Ivie, Joey Davison, Raymond

IND 1/12 P LDE * * P P P P LG LT LOLB CB P TE

2018 Postseason Kansas City Chiefs Player Participation NE P/S 1/20 P/S P 2/0 LDE 2/2 * 0/0 S 1/1 P 2/0 P 2/0 WR 2/1 P 2/0 LG 2/2 LT 2/2 ROLB 2/2 LCB 2/2 P 2/0 P 2/1

DNP/* DNP/* 0/0 0/0 0/2 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

DNP WR RILB

DNP WR RILB

0/0 2/2 2/2

2/0 0/0 0/0

ROLB P TE P P

LOLB RDE TE P *

2/2 2/1 2/2 2/0 1/0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1

S QB

P QB

2/1 2/2

0/0 0/0

* C P * RCB P NT * P LILB P P

* C P * RCB P NT * NOT LILB P P

0/0 2/2 2/0 0/0 2/2 2/0 2/2 0/0 1/0 2/2 2/0 2/0

0/2 0/0 0/0 0/2 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/2 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

P

DNP

1/0

1/0

RT

RT

2/2

0/0

P

P

2/0

0/0

P S

P S

2/0 2/2

0/0 0/0

P

P

2/0

0/0

LCB

P

2/1

0/0

* WR P

P WR P

1/0 2/2 2/0

0/1 0/0 0/0

RB

RB

2/2

0/0

P P P

P P P

2/0 2/0 2/0

0/0 0/0 0/0

RG * P PSI IR IR IR PS IR PS IR IR PS IR

RG * P PSI IR IR IR PS IR PS IR IR PS IR

2/2 0/0 2/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

0/0 0/2 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

IR

*

0/0

0/1

PS IR IR PS PS IR PS PS PS PS

PS IR IR PS PS IR PS PS PS PS

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

LEGEND: Starters indicated by position, P=Played, *=Inactive, DNP=Did Not Play, IR=Reserve/Injured, IRD=Injured Reserve â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Designated For Return, NF=NonFootball Injury (NF), NFI=Non-Football Illness (NFI), PS=Practice Squad, PSI=Practice Squad Injured, PSIR=Practice Squad/Injured Reserve, PUP=Active/PUP, INJ=Injured, I=Inactive, I/SUS=Inactive/League Susp., N/NFIN=Inactive/NFIN, R/SUS=Reserve/League Susp., R/PUP=Reserve/Physically-Unable-To-Perform, R/NFIN=Reserve/Non-Football Injury, R/NFIL=Reserve/NFIL, R/Team SUS.=Team Suspension, UNS=Unsigned, NOT=Not on Roster, #=Roster Exemption, IPP=International Player Pathway/PS Exemption, ^=With Other Team


2018 Regular Season Offense

DATE OPPONENT QB 9/9 at L.A. Chargers P.Mahomes

9/16 at Pittsburgh

9/23 San Francisco

10/1 at Denver

RB K.Hunt

P.Mahomes

K.Hunt

P.Mahomes

P.Mahomes

10/21 Cincinnati

P.Mahomes

K.Hunt

10/28 Denver

11/4 at Cleveland

11/11 Arizona

11/19 at L.A. Rams

12/2 at Oakland

12/9 Baltimore

12/13 L.A. Chargers

12/23 at Seattle

12/30 Oakland

K.Hunt

P.Mahomes

K.Hunt

P.Mahomes

--

--

T.Hill

J.Devey

--

A.Wylie

T.Kelce E.Fisher C.Erving A.Reiter

T.Hill

--

T.Kelce E.Fisher C.Erving A.Reiter

T.Hill

--

T.Kelce E.Fisher C.Erving A.Reiter

T.Hill

--

T.Kelce E.Fisher C.Erving M.Morse

A.Wylie

A.Wylie

T.Hill D.Robinson T.Kelce E.Fisher C.Erving A.Reiter

K.Hunt

S.Ware

P.Mahomes

--

T.Hill C.Conley T.Kelce E.Fisher C.Erving M.Morse

K.Hunt

P.Mahomes

T.Hill C.Conley T.Kelce E.Fisher C.Erving M.Morse L.Duvernay-Tardif M.Schwartz S.Watkins

T.Hill C.Conley T.Kelce E.Fisher C.Erving J.Devey

K.Hunt

P.Mahomes

OL --

T.Hill C.Conley T.Kelce E.Fisher C.Erving M.Morse L.Duvernay-Tardif M.Schwartz S.Watkins

K.Hunt

P.Mahomes

FB --

T.Hill C.Conley T.Kelce E.Fisher C.Erving M.Morse L.Duvernay-Tardif M.Schwartz S.Watkins

K.Hunt

10/14 at New England P.Mahomes

TE --

T.Hill C.Conley T.Kelce E.Fisher C.Erving M.Morse L.Duvernay-Tardif M.Schwartz S.Watkins

K.Hunt

P.Mahomes

10/7 Jacksonville

OFFENSE WR WR TE LT LG C RG RT WR T.Hill C.Conley T.Kelce E.Fisher C.Erving M.Morse L.Duvernay-Tardif M.Schwartz S.Watkins

A.Wylie

A.Wylie

T.Hill D.Robinson T.Kelce E.Fisher C.Erving M.Morse

S.Ware

A.Wylie

A.Wylie

P.Mahomes D.Williams T.Hill D.Robinson T.Kelce E.Fisher J.Allen M.Morse

A.Wylie

P.Mahomes D.Williams T.Hill D.Robinson T.Kelce E.Fisher J.Allen M.Morse

A.Wylie

P.Mahomes D.Williams T.Hill D.Robinson T.Kelce E.Fisher J.Allen M.Morse

A.Wylie

M.Schwartz S.Watkins

--

--

M.Schwartz

--

M.Schwartz S.Watkins D.Harris

M.Schwartz C.Conley

--

M.Schwartz C.Conley

--

--

M.Schwartz C.Conley

--

--

--

--

A.Sherman J.Allen --

--

--

--

--

M.Schwartz C.Conley D.Harris

M.Schwartz C.Conley

--

--

M.Schwartz S.Watkins D.Harris

M.Schwartz C.Conley

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

M.Schwartz S.Watkins --

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2018 Regular Season Defense

DATE OPPONENT 9/9 at L.A. Chargers

DEFENSE LDE NT RDE LOLB LILB RILB A.Bailey X.Williams C.Jones J.Houston A.Hitchens R.Ragland

9/23 San Francisco

A.Bailey X.Williams C.Jones J.Houston R.Ragland A.Hitchens

9/16 at Pittsburgh

10/1 at Denver

--

X.Williams C.Jones J.Houston A.Hitchens R.Ragland

A.Bailey X.Williams C.Jones

10/7 Jacksonville

A.Bailey D.Nnadi

10/14 at New England

A.Bailey D.Nnadi

10/28 Denver

C.Jones

10/21 Cincinnati

--

11/4 at Cleveland

D.Nnadi

A.Bailey D.Nnadi

11/19 at L.A. Rams

A.Bailey

12/9 Baltimore

A.Bailey D.Nnadi

12/2 at Oakland

--

12/13 L.A. Chargers

C.Jones

12/23 at Seattle

--

12/30 Oakland

--

C.Jones --

C.Jones

D.Ford

D.Ford

LCB S.Nelson

S.Nelson

D.Ford A.Hitchens R.Ragland J.Houston

D.Ford A.Hitchens R.Ragland J.Houston

D.Ford

D.Ford

--

D.Nnadi

--

C.Jones

C.Jones

C.Jones --

K.Fuller

K.Fuller

K.Fuller

RCB K.Fuller

K.Fuller

S E.Murray

E.Murray

S.Nelson E.Murray

S.Nelson E.Murray

S.Nelson E.Murray

R.Ragland A.Hitchens B.Speaks O.Scandrick S.Nelson

R.Ragland A.Hitchens B.Speaks O.Scandrick S.Nelson

D.Nnadi A.Bailey D.Ford A.Hitchens R.Ragland B.Speaks

A.Bailey D.Nnadi

11/11 Arizona

ROLB D.Ford

J.Lucas

J.Lucas

K.Fuller

S.Nelson

J.Lucas

K.Fuller

S.Nelson E.Murray

D.Ford A.Hitchens R.Ragland B.Speaks O.Scandrick S.Nelson E.Murray

D.Ford

R.Ragland B.Niemann J.Houston

D.Ford A.Hitchens D.O'Daniel J.Houston O.Scandrick S.Nelson E.Murray

D.Ford A.Hitchens R.Ragland J.Houston O.Scandrick S.Nelson E.Murray

D.Ford A.Hitchens R.Ragland J.Houston O.Scandrick S.Nelson D.Sorensen

D.Nnadi A.Bailey J.Houston A.Hitchens R.Ragland

D.Nnadi A.Bailey J.Houston A.Hitchens R.Ragland

D.Ford

K.Fuller

D.Ford

C.Ward

D.Ford

D.Nnadi A.Bailey J.Houston A.Hitchens R.Ragland

C.Ward

S.Nelson

S.Nelson

S.Nelson

E.Berry

E.Berry J.Lucas

S R.Parker

NICKEL --

R.Parker

O.Scandrick

R.Parker

--

R.Parker

--

R.Parker

--

R.Parker

K.Fuller

R.Parker

K.Fuller

R.Parker

K.Fuller

R.Parker

K.Fuller

R.Parker

--

R.Parker

--

R.Parker

K.Fuller

R.Parker

K.Fuller

D.Sorensen

T.Smith

R.Parker

D.Sorensen

--

K.Fuller

2018 Postseason Offense DATE OPPONENT 1/12 Indianapolis 1/20

New England

QB P.Mahomes P.Mahomes

RB D.Williams D.Williams

WR T.Hill

WR --

T.Hill C.Conley

OFFENSE TE LT T.Kelce E.Fisher

T.Kelce

E.Fisher

LG C.Erving

C.Erving

C M.Morse

M.Morse

RG A.Wylie

A.Wylie

RT M.Schwartz

M.Schwartz

WR S.Watkins

S.Watkins

TE FB OL D.Harris -- ---

--

--

2018 Postseason Defense DATE OPPONENT 1/12 Indianapolis

1/20

New England

LDE A.Bailey

A.Bailey

NT D.Nnadi

D.Nnadi

RDE --

C.Jones

LOLB D.Ford

J.Houston

DEFENSE LILB RILB R.Ragland A.Hitchens

R.Ragland

A.Hitchens

ROLB J.Houston D.Ford

LCB C.Ward

K.Fuller

RCB S.Nelson

S.Nelson

S J.Lucas

E.Berry

S D.Sorensen

D.Sorensen

NICKEL K.Fuller --


DATE OPPONENT 09/09 at L.A. Chargers 09/16 at Pittsburgh 09/23 San Francisco 10/01 at Denver 10/07 Jacksonville 10/14 at New England 10/21 Cincinnati 10/28 Denver 11/04 at Cleveland 11/11 Arizona 11/19 at L.A. Rams 12/02 at Oakland 12/09 Baltimore 12/13 L.A. Chargers 12/23 at Seattle 12/30 Oakland DATE OPPONENT 01/12 Indianapolis 01/20 New England

2018 REGULAR SEASON - CAPTAINS OFFENSE DEFENSE Patrick Mahomes Justin Houston Travis Kelce Allen Bailey Mitchell Schwartz Steven Nelson Chris Conley Anthony Hitchens Mitch Morse Ron Parker Eric Fisher Dee Ford Kareem Hunt Chris Jones Sammy Watkins Kendall Fuller Cam Erving Reggie Ragland Spencer Ware Xavier Williams Damien Williams Orlando Scandrick Andrew Wylie Jarvis Jenkins Patrick Mahomes Justin Houston Travis Kelce Allen Bailey Jeff Allen Justin Hamilton Chris Conley Dee Ford

SPECIAL TEAMS Dustin Colquitt Tyreek Hill De'Anthony Thomas Anthony Sherman Demetrius Harris Terrance Smith Harrison Butker James Winchester Eric Murray Marcus Kemp Daniel Sorensen Demarcus Robinson Frank Zombo Tyreek Hill Jordan Lucas Dustin Colquitt

2018 POSTSEASON - CAPTAINS OFFENSE DEFENSE Travis Kelce Justin Houston Patrick Mahomes Patrick Mahomes Justin Houston Travis Kelce Eric Berry

SPECIAL TEAMS Dustin Colquitt Anthony Sherman Anthony Sherman Dustin Colquitt


DATE 09/09

OPPONENT at L.A. Chargers

09/16

at Pittsburgh

09/23

San Francisco

10/01

at Denver

10/07

Jacksonville

10/14

at New England

10/21

Cincinnati

10/28

Denver

11/04

at Cleveland

11/11

Arizona

11/19

at L.A. Rams

12/02

at Oakland

12/09

Baltimore

12/13

L.A. Chargers

12/23

at Seattle

12/30

Oakland

2018 REGULAR SEASON INACTIVES PLAYERS Eric Berry Austin Reiter Ike Boettger Charvarius Ward Justin Hamilton Darrel Williams Kahlil McKenzie Eric Berry Austin Reiter Justin Hamilton Charvarius Ward Kahlil McKenzie Darrel Williams Ben Niemann Eric Berry Austin Reiter Justin Hamilton Charvarius Ward Kahlil McKenzie Darrel Williams Ben Niemann Eric Berry Austin Reiter Alex Ellis Tremon Smith Justin Hamilton Darrel Williams Kahlil McKenzie Eric Berry Josh Shaw Justin Hamilton Tremon Smith Kahlil McKenzie Darrel Williams Austin Reiter Eric Berry Kahlil McKenzie Justin Hamilton Eric Murray Justin Houston Darrel Williams Tanoh Kpassagnon Eric Berry Mitch Morse Justin Hamilton Nate Orchard Justin Houston Darrel Williams Kahlil McKenzie Mitch Morse Eric Berry Nate Orchard Justin Hamilton Darrel Williams Justin Houston Kahlil McKenzie Mitch Morse Eric Berry Darrel Williams Justin Hamilton Frank Zombo Justin Houston Kahlil McKenzie Josh Shaw Eric Berry Sammy Watkins Justin Hamilton Frank Zombo Kahlil McKenzie Mitch Morse Mitch Morse Eric Berry Darrel Williams Gehrig Dieter Deon Yelder Justin Hamilton Kahlil McKenzie Sammy Watkins Eric Berry Justin Hamilton Deon Yelder Kahlil McKenzie Jimmy Murray Sammy Watkins Kelvin Benjamin Eric Berry Charcandrick West Deon Yelder Kahlil McKenzie Jimmy Murray Gehrig Dieter Spencer Ware Cam Erving Sammy Watkins Tanoh Kpassagnon Deon Yelder Kahlil McKenzie Kendall Fuller Spencer Ware Kahlil McKenzie Sammy Watkins Jimmy Murray Deon Yelder Ron Parker Eric Berry Spencer Ware Tanoh Kpassagnon Sammy Watkins Kahlil McKenzie Deon Yelder Jimmy Murray


DATE 01/12

OPPONENT Indianapolis

01/20

New England

2018 POSTSEASON INACTIVES PLAYERS Kelvin Benjamin Eric Berry Kahlil McKenzie Jimmy Murray Kelvin Benjamin Laurent Duvernay-Tardif Tanoh Kpassagnon Kahlil McKenzie

Dorian O'Daniel Spencer Ware Deon Yelder Jimmy Murray Dorian O'Daniel Deon Yelder


Turnover Chart 2018 REGULAR SEASON - DEFENSIVE TAKEAWAYS DATE OPPONENT TAKEAWAY 9/9 at L.A. R. Parker INT (P. Rivers) Chargers 9/16 at Pittsburgh none 9/23 San none Francisco 10/1 at Denver E. Murray INT (C. Keenum) 10/7 Jacksonville B. Speaks FR (D. Ford FF) C. Jones INT (B. Bortles) S. Nelson INT (B. Bortles: touchback) J. Lucas INT (B. Bortles) O. Scandrick INT (B. Bortles: touchback) 10/14 at New A. Bailey FR (B. Speaks FF) England 10/21 Cincinnati R. Parker INT (A. Dalton) 10/28 Denver B. Speaks FR (D. Ford FF) K. Fuller INT (C. Keenum) 11/4 at Cleveland S. Nelson INT (B. Mayfield) 11/11 Arizona J. Houston INT (J. Rosen) S. Nelson INT (J. Rosen) 11/19 at L.A. Rams A. Bailey FR (D. Ford FF) A. Bailey FR (J. Houston FF) 12/2 at Oakland J. Houston FR (A. Bailey FF) D. O'Daniel FR (X. Williams FF) D. Sorensen FR (K. Fuller FF) 12/9 Baltimore J. Houston FR (J. Houston FF) 12/13 L.A. S. Nelson INT (P. Rivers) Chargers K. Fuller INT (P. Rivers: touchback) 12/23 at Seattle none 12/30 Oakland A. Bailey FR (A. Bailey FF) D. Sorensen INT (D. Carr) J. Houston FR (J. Houston FF) R. Ragland INT (D. Carr) 2018 REGULAR SEASON - OFFENSIVE GIVEAWAYS DATE OPPONENT GIVEAWAY 9/9 at L.A. none Chargers 9/16 at Pittsburgh C. Conley fumble (C. Heyward FF; A. Chickillo FR) 9/23 San none Francisco 10/1 at Denver none 10/7 Jacksonville P. Mahomes INT (T. Gipson Sr.) P. Mahomes INT (A. Bouye) 10/14 at New P. Mahomes INT (D. Hightower) England P. Mahomes INT (D. Harmon: touchback) 10/21 Cincinnati P. Mahomes INT (S. Williams) 10/28 Denver P. Mahomes INT (J. Simmons) 11/4 at Cleveland P. Mahomes INT (D. Rice) 11/11 Arizona none 11/19 at L.A. Rams P. Mahomes fumble (A. Donald FF; S. Ebukam FR) P. Mahomes fumble (A. Donald FF; J. Franklin-Myers FR) P. Mahomes INT (S. Ebukam) P. Mahomes INT (M. Peters) P. Mahomes INT (L. Joyner) 12/2 at Oakland T. Kelce fumble (T. Whitehead FF; N. Nelson FR) 12/9 Baltimore P. Mahomes INT (C. Clark) 12/13 L.A. none Chargers 12/23 at Seattle D. Williams fumble (D. Jordan FF; J. Reed FR) C. Conley fumble (J. Coleman FF; D. Hill FR) 12/30 Oakland P. Mahomes INT (G. Conley)

QTR. YD-LINE RESULT 3 KC-14 TD

3 2 2 2 4 4 3

KC-43 Punt KC-49 FG JAX-20 TD KC-(-5) End of Half KC-1 INT KC-(-4) EOG NE-29 TD

3 4 4 4 4 4 2 4 1 2 3 4 1 2

CIN-33 TD KC-46 Punt KC-45 Punt KC-17 Punt ARZ-35 TD KC-35 EOG LA-21 TD LA-2 TD OAK-49 FG KC-30 FG KC-48 TD BLT-23 Missed FG LAC-49 TD KC-(-9) Punt

1 1 2 2

OAK-45 KC-46 KC-40 KC-29

Punt TD TD Downs

QTR. YD-LINE RESULT

4

PIT-34

TD

2 4 1 2 3 4 3

KC-49 Fumble JAX-33 TD KC-31 TD NE-(-3) End of Half CIN-27 Punt DEN-39 Fumble CLV-14 TD

2 3 3 4 4 1 3

KC-11 KC-46 KC-25 LA-26 LA-28 OAK-44 BLT-37

2 2 2

KC-23 TD SEA-22 End of Half OAK-3 Punt

TD TD TD Punt EOG Punt TD


2018 REGULAR SEASON - SPECIAL TEAMS/MISC TAKEAWAYS DATE OPPONENT TAKEAWAY 9/9 at L.A. J. Winchester FR (D. Thomas FF) Chargers 2018 REGULAR SEASON - TURNOVERS 18 Giveaways 63 Points (9 TD, 0 FG) Defense: 26 Takeaways 85 Points (11 TD, 3 FG) Special Teams: 0 Giveaways 0 Points (0 TD, 0 FG) 1 Takeaways 7 Points (1 TD, 0 FG) Offense:

QTR. YD-LINE RESULT 4 LAC-2 TD

Ratio +9 (27 takes, 18 gives)

Points Off Turnovers Ratio +29 (92 scored, 63 allowed)


Turnover Chart 2018 POSTSEASON - DEFENSIVE TAKEAWAYS DATE OPPONENT TAKEAWAY 1/12 Indianapolis J. Houston FR (D. Ford FF) 1/20 New R. Ragland INT (T. Brady: touchback) England D. Sorensen INT (T. Brady) 2018 POSTSEASON - OFFENSIVE GIVEAWAYS DATE OPPONENT GIVEAWAY 1/12 Indianapolis S. Watkins fumble (D. Leonard FF; D. Leonard FR) 1/20 New none England

Offense:

1 0 Defense: 3 7 Special Teams: 0 0 0 0

Giveaways Points (0 TD, Takeaways Points (1 TD, Giveaways Points (0 TD, Takeaways Points (0 TD,

2018 POSTSEASON - TURNOVERS 0 FG) 0 FG) 0 FG) 0 FG)

QTR. YD-LINE RESULT 3 KC-32 Punt 2 KC-(-5) Punt 4 NE-47 TD

QTR. YD-LINE RESULT 3 KC-20 Fumble

Ratio +2 (3 takes, 1 gives)

Points Off Turnovers Ratio +7 (7 scored, 0 allowed)


DATE OPPONENT 09/09 at L.A. Chargers 09/16 at Pittsburgh 09/23 San Francisco

10/01 at Denver

10/07 Jacksonville

2018 REGULAR SEASON - INSIDE THE 20 OFFENSE TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass FG - 37 yards FG - 33 yards TD - Run FG - 21 yards TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Run FG - 22 yards FG - 42 yards TD - Run

10/14 at New England

FG - 24 yards Interception FG - 30 yards TD - Pass TD - Pass

10/21 Cincinnati

TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass FG - 26 yards TD - Run TD - Pass Downs FG - 24 yards TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Run FG - 45 yards FG - 46 yards TD - Pass TD - Run FG - 21 yards TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass

10/28 Denver 11/04 at Cleveland 11/11 Arizona 11/19 at L.A. Rams

12/02 at Oakland

12/09 Baltimore

12/13 L.A. Chargers

12/23 at Seattle

12/30 Oakland

TD - Pass FG TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Pass FG - 24 yards TD - Pass FG - 35 yards TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Run TD - Pass FG - 29 yards TD - Pass FG - 32 yards TD - Run Downs TD - Run

DEFENSE TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Run FG - 35 yards TD - Run FG - 34 yards TD - Run Downs Interception TD - Pass Downs Interception TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Run FG - 24 yards TD - Run FG - 28 yards TD - Pass FG - 33 yards

TD - Run TD - Pass FG - 36 yards TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Pass FG - 23 yards TD - Run FG - 33 yards TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Run FG - 28 yards TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass Interception TD - Run TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Run Missed FG TD - Pass FG - 28 yards TD - Pass TD - Run NONE

Inside the 20 Scores Touchdowns Field Goals Total Points in 20 Fumbles Interceptions Missed Field Goals Lost on Downs End of Half/Game TDs Outside

OFFENSE DEFENSE 71 58 68 52 51 42 17 10 404 319 0 0 1 3 1 0 2 2 0 0 15 7


DATE OPPONENT 01/12 Indianapolis 01/20 New England

2018 POSTSEASON - INSIDE THE 20 OFFENSE TD - Run FG - 39 yards TD - Run TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Run

DEFENSE Missed FG End of Game

Inside the 20 Scores Touchdowns Field Goals Total Points in 20 Fumbles Interceptions Missed Field Goals Lost on Downs End of Half/Game TDs Outside

TD - Run Interception TD - Run TD - Run TD - Run

OFFENSE DEFENSE 7 7 7 4 6 4 1 0 45 27 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 2


DATE 09/09 09/16 09/23 10/01 10/07

10/14

10/21

10/28 11/04 11/11 11/19

12/02

12/09 12/13 12/23 12/30

2018 REGULAR SEASON - GOAL TO GO SITUATIONS OPPONENT OFFENSE DEFENSE at L.A. Chargers TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass at Pittsburgh TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Run San Francisco TD - Run TD - Run TD - Run Field Goal - 35 yards TD - Pass at Denver TD - Run TD - Run Field Goal - 21 yards TD - Pass Jacksonville TD - Run Interception Field Goal - 22 yards Field Goal - 42 yards TD - Run at New England Field Goal - 24 yards TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Run Field Goal - 24 yards TD - Run Field Goal - 28 yards Cincinnati TD - Pass TD - Pass Field Goal - 26 yards TD - Run TD - Pass Denver Field Goal - 24 yards TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Pass at Cleveland TD - Run TD - Run TD - Run TD - Pass Arizona TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Run at L.A. Rams Field Goal - 21 yards TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Pass Field Goal - 23 yards TD - Run TD - Pass at Oakland TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Pass TD - Pass Baltimore TD - Run TD - Run L.A. Chargers TD - Pass TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Run TD - Run TD - Pass at Seattle TD - Pass TD - Pass Field Goal - 29 yards TD - Pass TD - Run Oakland TD - Run NONE Lost on Downs Goal-To-Go Situations Scores Touchdowns Field Goals Total Points Fumbles Interceptions Missed Field Goals Lost on Downs End of Half/Game

OFFENSE DEFENSE 41 34 40 33 32 29 8 4 245 213 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0


DATE 01/12 01/20

2018 POSTSEASON - GOAL TO GO SITUATIONS OPPONENT OFFENSE DEFENSE Indianapolis TD - Run NONE TD - Run TD - Run New England TD - Pass TD - Run TD - Run Interception TD - Run TD - Run Goal-To-Go Situations Scores Touchdowns Field Goals Total Points Fumbles Interceptions Missed Field Goals Lost on Downs End of Half/Game

OFFENSE DEFENSE 5 4 5 3 5 3 0 0 35 20 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


DATE 09/09

OPPONENT at L.A. Chargers

09/16

at Pittsburgh

09/23

San Francisco

10/01

at Denver

10/07

Jacksonville

10/14

at New England

10/21

Cincinnati

10/28

Denver

11/04

at Cleveland

11/11

Arizona

11/19 12/02

at L.A. Rams at Oakland

12/09

Baltimore

12/13

L.A. Chargers

12/23

at Seattle

12/30

Oakland

TOTALS

2018 REGULAR SEASON - BIG RUN PLAYS (10+ YARDS) CHIEFS PLAYER YDS. OPP. PLAYER Kareem Hunt 13 Travis Benjamin Spencer Ware 27 Melvin Gordon III Melvin Gordon III Austin Ekeler Sammy Watkins 31 NONE Patrick Mahomes 10 Patrick Mahomes 10 Kareem Hunt 16 Sammy Watkins 11 Matt Breida Kareem Hunt 10 Matt Breida Matt Breida Alfred Morris Matt Breida Jimmy Garoppolo Kareem Hunt 45 Royce Freeman Kareem Hunt 13 Phillip Lindsay Royce Freeman Phillip Lindsay Royce Freeman Emmanuel Sanders Phillip Lindsay Royce Freeman Tyreek Hill 21 T.J. Yeldon Patrick Mahomes 11 T.J. Yeldon Kareem Hunt 24 Blake Bortles Kareem Hunt 15 Kareem Hunt 22 Sony Michel Kareem Hunt 31 Sony Michel Kenjon Barner James White Sony Michel James White James White Kareem Hunt 21 Joe Mixon Kareem Hunt 11 Patrick Mahomes 10 Patrick Mahomes 23 Kareem Hunt 16 Spencer Ware 12 Spencer Ware 34 Kareem Hunt 11 Devontae Booker Tim Patrick Phillip Lindsay Phillip Lindsay Devontae Booker Devontae Booker Phillip Lindsay Patrick Mahomes 15 Nick Chubb Kareem Hunt 25 Nick Chubb Tyreek Hill 12 Nick Chubb Kareem Hunt 11 Kareem Hunt 10T Kareem Hunt 10 Spencer Ware 11 Kareem Hunt 13 Patrick Mahomes 14 David Johnson Tyreek Hill 20 David Johnson Kareem Hunt 18 Kareem Hunt 17 Kareem Hunt 13 Kareem Hunt 14 Kareem Hunt 27 Todd Gurley II Tyreek Hill 33 Jalen Richard Patrick Mahomes 28 Jalen Richard Spencer Ware 17 Jalen Richard Spencer Ware 13 Doug Martin Damien Williams 17 Jalen Richard Spencer Ware 13 Lamar Jackson Spencer Ware 12 Kenneth Dixon Gus Edwards Kenneth Dixon Damien Williams 22 Detrez Newsome Detrez Newsome Mike Williams Damien Williams 25 Russell Wilson Damien Williams 21 Chris Carson Damien Williams 17 Mike Davis Patrick Mahomes 22 Chris Carson Chris Carson Russell Wilson Chris Carson Damien Williams 15 Doug Martin Damien Williams 13 Doug Martin Tyreek Hill 15T DeAndrĂŠ Washington 54 - 961 (17.8), 2 TDS 64 - 982 (15.3), 3 TDS

YDS. 19 18 11 10

26 21 21 16 13 13 18 17 11 13 14T 18 19 10 17 11 21T 11 12 10 10 15 11 12 20

10 13 14 13 14 26 11 12 11 17

11 10

24 30 23 17 17 16 21 14 11 15 16 11 19T 19 17 10 11 15 26 11 15 13 11


DATE 01/12

OPPONENT Indianapolis

01/20

New England

TOTALS

2018 POSTSEASON - BIG RUN PLAYS (10+ YARDS) CHIEFS PLAYER YDS. OPP. PLAYER Damien Williams 10T Marlon Mack Damien Williams 11 Marlon Mack Tyreek Hill 36T Marlon Mack Damien Williams 11 Nyheim Hines Damien Williams 14 Damien Williams 12 Damien Williams 24 Damien Williams 10 Sony Michel Sony Michel Sony Michel Rex Burkhead Sony Michel Rex Burkhead 8 - 128 (16.0), 2 TDS 10 - 121 (12.1), 1 TDS

YDS. 10 20 11 14

11 11 10 14 10T 10


DATE OPPONENT 09/09 at L.A. Chargers

09/16

at Pittsburgh

09/23

San Francisco

10/01

at Denver

10/07

Jacksonville

10/14

at New England

10/21

Cincinnati

10/28

Denver

11/04

at Cleveland

11/11

Arizona

11/19

at L.A. Rams

12/02

at Oakland

12/09

Baltimore

12/13

L.A. Chargers

12/23

at Seattle

12/30

Oakland

TOTALS

2018 REGULAR SEASON - BIG PASS PLAYS (20+ YARDS) CHIEFS PLAYER YDS. OPP. PLAYER Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 58T Philip Rivers -> Austin Ekeler Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 30 Philip Rivers -> Melvin Gordon III Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 20 Philip Rivers -> Melvin Gordon III Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 21 Philip Rivers -> Keenan Allen Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 34 Philip Rivers -> Mike Williams Patrick Mahomes -> Anthony Sherman 36T Philip Rivers -> Keenan Allen Philip Rivers -> Mike Williams Philip Rivers -> Keenan Allen Patrick Mahomes -> Sammy Watkins 40 Ben Roethlisberger -> James Conner Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 36 Ben Roethlisberger -> Jesse James Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 25T Ben Roethlisberger -> Jesse James Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 31 Ben Roethlisberger -> Jesse James Patrick Mahomes -> Sammy Watkins 25 Ben Roethlisberger -> JuJu Smith-Schuster Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 29T Ben Roethlisberger -> Jesse James Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 25 Jimmy Garoppolo -> Kyle Juszczyk Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 42 Jimmy Garoppolo -> Kendrick Bourne Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 21 Jimmy Garoppolo -> George Kittle Patrick Mahomes -> Kareem Hunt 27 Case Keenum -> Courtland Sutton Patrick Mahomes -> Demetrius Harris 24 Case Keenum -> Andy Janovich Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 29 Case Keenum -> Jeff Heuerman Patrick Mahomes -> Kareem Hunt 22 Patrick Mahomes -> Demarcus Robinson 23 Patrick Mahomes -> Demetrius Harris 35 Patrick Mahomes -> Sammy Watkins 33 Blake Bortles -> DJ Chark Jr. Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 40 Blake Bortles -> DJ Chark Jr. Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 30 Blake Bortles -> Dede Westbrook Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 36 Blake Bortles -> Dede Westbrook Blake Bortles -> Keelan Cole Blake Bortles -> Donte Moncrief Blake Bortles -> Keelan Cole Patrick Mahomes -> Kareem Hunt 25 Tom Brady -> Julian Edelman Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 27 Tom Brady -> Chris Hogan Patrick Mahomes -> Kareem Hunt 67T Tom Brady -> Rob Gronkowski Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 75T Tom Brady -> Rob Gronkowski Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 27 Andy Dalton -> A.J. Green Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 43 Andy Dalton -> A.J. Green Patrick Mahomes -> Spencer Ware 22 Andy Dalton -> A.J. Green Patrick Mahomes -> Sammy Watkins 50 Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 20 Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 22 Case Keenum -> Emmanuel Sanders Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 40 Case Keenum -> Courtland Sutton Patrick Mahomes -> Sammy Watkins 24 Case Keenum -> Tim Patrick Patrick Mahomes -> Sammy Watkins 24 Case Keenum -> Courtland Sutton Patrick Mahomes -> Kareem Hunt 23T Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 21 Baker Mayfield -> Duke Johnson Jr. Patrick Mahomes -> Kareem Hunt 50T Baker Mayfield -> Antonio Callaway Patrick Mahomes -> Spencer Ware 25 Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 40 Patrick Mahomes -> Chris Conley 23 Patrick Mahomes -> Sammy Watkins 23 Patrick Mahomes -> Spencer Ware 21 Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 38 Josh Rosen -> Ricky Seals-Jones Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 37T Josh Rosen -> David Johnson Patrick Mahomes -> Chris Conley 22 Josh Rosen -> David Johnson Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 20 Jared Goff -> Brandin Cooks Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 25T Jared Goff -> Robert Woods Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 26 Jared Goff -> Brandin Cooks Patrick Mahomes -> Kareem Hunt 21T Jared Goff -> Josh Reynolds Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 37 Jared Goff -> Robert Woods Patrick Mahomes -> Chris Conley 27 Jared Goff -> Brandin Cooks Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 33 Jared Goff -> Gerald Everett Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 73T Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 26 Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 24 Derek Carr -> Jordy Nelson Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 25 Derek Carr -> Jared Cook Patrick Mahomes -> Demarcus Robinson 38 Derek Carr -> Jared Cook Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 28 Derek Carr -> Jared Cook Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 25 Derek Carr -> Jordy Nelson Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 21 Lamar Jackson -> Kenneth Dixon Patrick Mahomes -> Spencer Ware 31 Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 48 Patrick Mahomes -> Damien Williams 32 Philip Rivers -> Antonio Gates Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 33 Philip Rivers -> Mike Williams Philip Rivers -> Tyrell Williams Philip Rivers -> Travis Benjamin Philip Rivers -> Travis Benjamin Patrick Mahomes -> Chris Conley 23 Russell Wilson -> Doug Baldwin Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 23 Russell Wilson -> Tyler Lockett Patrick Mahomes -> Charcandrick West 25T Russell Wilson -> Tyler Lockett Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 32 Russell Wilson -> Doug Baldwin Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 67T NONE Patrick Mahomes -> Demarcus Robinson 89T Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 25 Chad Henne -> Gehrig Dieter 22 76 - 2,460 (32.4), 15 TDS 65 - 1,847 (28.4), 7 TDS

YDS. 30 25 20 20 25 20T 23 23 22 26T 20 32 21 46 35T 27 23 42 32 36

38 30 30 23 32 25 23 21 42 42 39 30 20 31 49 42 24T 21 23 38

21 24 23 30 25 21 27 36 22 40T 24 29 20 24T 20 21 22 38 26 31 26 27T 25 45 29


2018 POSTSEASON - BIG PASS PLAYS (20+ YARDS) DATE OPPONENT CHIEFS PLAYER YDS. OPP. PLAYER 01/12 Indianapolis Patrick Mahomes -> Sammy Watkins 34 Andrew Luck -> Eric Ebron Patrick Mahomes -> Travis Kelce 30 Andrew Luck -> Dontrelle Inman Andrew Luck -> T.Y. Hilton 01/20 New England Patrick Mahomes -> Tyreek Hill 42 Tom Brady -> James White Patrick Mahomes -> Sammy Watkins 54 Tom Brady -> Phillip Dorsett Patrick Mahomes -> Damien Williams 33 Tom Brady -> Julian Edelman Patrick Mahomes -> Damien Williams 23T Tom Brady -> Rob Gronkowski Patrick Mahomes -> Sammy Watkins 38 Tom Brady -> Julian Edelman Patrick Mahomes -> Spencer Ware 21 Patrick Mahomes -> Demarcus Robinson 27 TOTALS 9 - 302 (33.6), 1 TDS 8 - 194 (24.3), 2 TDS

YDS. 21 20 29T 30 29T 20 25 20


DATE 09/09 09/16 09/23 10/01 10/07 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/04 11/11 11/19 12/02 12/09 12/13 12/23 12/30 TOTALS

2018 REGULAR SEASON CHIEFS ADVANCES OPPONENT RUSHES COMPLETIONS ADVANCES at L.A. Chargers 27 15 42 at Pittsburgh 25 23 48 San Francisco 28 24 52 at Denver 26 28 54 Jacksonville 30 22 52 at New England 17 23 40 Cincinnati 29 28 57 Denver 18 24 42 at Cleveland 24 23 47 Arizona 23 21 44 at L.A. Rams 20 33 53 at Oakland 30 23 53 Baltimore 27 35 62 L.A. Chargers 17 24 41 at Seattle 19 23 42 Oakland 27 16 43 387 385 772

OUTCOME W 38-28 W 42-37 W 38-27 W 27-23 W 30-14 L 43-40 W 45-10 W 30-23 W 37-21 W 26-14 L 54-51 W 40-33 W 27-24 OT L 29-28 L 38-31 W 35-3

DATE 09/09 09/16 09/23 10/01 10/07 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/04 11/11 11/19 12/02 12/09 12/13 12/23 12/30 TOTALS

2018 REGULAR SEASON OPPONENT ADVANCES OPPONENT RUSHES COMPLETIONS ADVANCES at L.A. Chargers 22 34 56 at Pittsburgh 13 39 52 San Francisco 29 20 49 at Denver 22 21 43 Jacksonville 17 33 50 at New England 38 24 62 Cincinnati 19 19 38 Denver 30 23 53 at Cleveland 25 30 55 Arizona 25 22 47 at L.A. Rams 21 31 52 at Oakland 28 29 57 Baltimore 40 13 53 L.A. Chargers 24 26 50 at Seattle 43 18 61 Oakland 29 24 53 425 406 831

OUTCOME W 38-28 W 42-37 W 38-27 W 27-23 W 30-14 L 43-40 W 45-10 W 30-23 W 37-21 W 26-14 L 54-51 W 40-33 W 27-24 OT L 29-28 L 38-31 W 35-3

Having Having Having Having

45 or more advances 50 or more advances less than 45 advances less than 50 advances

Allowing Allowing Allowing Allowing

45 or more advances 50 or more advances less than 45 advances less than 50 advances

CHIEFS RECORD WHEN: 8-1 6-1 4-3 6-3

NOTE: Advances equal to all rushing attempts plus completions.

10 - 4 8-4 2-0 4-0


2018 POSTSEASON CHIEFS ADVANCES RUSHES COMPLETIONS ADVANCES 33 27 60 12 16 28 45 43 88

OUTCOME W 31-13 L 37-31 OT

2018 POSTSEASON OPPONENT ADVANCES DATE OPPONENT RUSHES COMPLETIONS ADVANCES 01/12 Indianapolis 14 19 33 01/20 New England 48 30 78 TOTALS 62 49 111

OUTCOME W 31-13 L 37-31 OT

DATE OPPONENT 01/12 Indianapolis 01/20 New England TOTALS

Having Having Having Having

45 or more advances 50 or more advances less than 45 advances less than 50 advances

Allowing Allowing Allowing Allowing

45 or more advances 50 or more advances less than 45 advances less than 50 advances

CHIEFS RECORD WHEN: 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1

NOTE: Advances equal to all rushing attempts plus completions.

0 0 1 1

-

1 1 0 0


DATE 09/09

09/16

09/23

10/01

10/07

10/14

10/21

10/28

11/04

11/11

11/19

12/02

12/09

12/13

CHIEFS 2018 REGULAR DRIVE OPPONENT ACQUIRED START PLAYS YARDS at L.A. Chargers Kickoff KC 25 5 75 Kickoff KC 25 11 47 Kickoff KC 25 11 75 Interception KC 14 6 86 Fumble LAC 2 3 2 at Pittsburgh Punt PIT 10 2 10 Punt KC 29 5 71 Missed FG KC 39 6 61 Kickoff KC 25 5 75 75 Kickoff KC 25 7 5 65 Punt KC 35 San Francisco Punt KC 43 11 57 Punt KC 16 8 84 Kickoff KC 25 5 75 Punt KC 28 8 72 Punt KC 32 9 68 Kickoff KC 25 9 56 at Denver Kickoff KC 25 10 60 Punt KC 11 12 89 Kickoff KC 25 12 72 Kickoff KC 25 12 75 Punt KC 40 8 60 Jacksonville Punt KC 27 10 73 Punt KC 14 14 82 Fumble KC 49 6 27 Punt KC 2 12 78 Kickoff KC 21 6 79 at New England Downs KC 41 8 35 Kickoff KC 45 5 31 Kickoff KC 25 11 69 Kickoff KC 25 3 75 Kickoff KC 37 9 51 Fumble NE 29 4 29 Kickoff NE 3 3 3 Kickoff KC 25 1 75 Cincinnati Punt KC 5 10 95 Downs CIN 32 4 32 Kickoff KC 23 10 77 Punt KC 20 8 72 Kickoff KC 25 7 75 Punt KC 18 12 82 Denver Kickoff KC 37 11 57 Missed FG KC 45 4 55 Punt KC 8 8 92 Kickoff KC 17 9 83 Punt DEN 32 4 32 at Cleveland Punt KC 5 7 95 Kickoff KC 25 7 75 Kickoff KC 25 6 75 Kickoff KC 25 10 75 Blocked Punt CLE 21 2 21 Kickoff KC 25 11 54 Arizona Kickoff 75 3 KC 25 Kickoff 11 7 ARI 38 Punt 54 KC 18 9 Punt 58 9 KC 27 4 31 Interception ARI 31 75 4 KC 25 at L.A. Rams Kickoff 73 11 KC 25 Kickoff 21 1 LAR 21 Fumble 69 7 KC 31 Kickoff 64 8 KC 36 Kickoff 76 3 KC 9 Punt 65 8 KC 35 Punt 65 2 KC 35 at Oakland Punt 39 8 OAK 49 Fumble 38 12 KC 30 Fumble 82 5 KC 18 Kickoff 75 11 KC 25 Kickoff 52 7 KC 48 Fumble 75 10 KC 25 Kickoff 75 10 KC 25 Baltimore Punt 75 9 KC 25 Kickoff 75 9 KC 19 Punt 75 11 KC 25 Kickoff 58 11 KC 25 Kickoff 49 10 L.A. Chargers Interception LAC 49 10 80 KC 20 Punt 74 7 KC 26 Kickoff 73 KC 27 13 Punt

SEASON SCORING DRIVES FIRST Q|TIME DOWNS SCORING PLAY Q1|2:41 2 T. Hill: 58-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q2|5:47 3 H. Butker: 46-yard FG Q3|5:35 7 D. Thomas: 1-yard pass from P. Mahomes A. Sherman: 36-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q3|3:28 3 1 T. Hill: 1-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q4|0:40 Q1|1:03 1 C. Conley: 15-yard pass from P. Mahomes T. Kelce: 19-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q1|2:32 3 3 K. Hunt: 5-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q1|2:40 Q3|2:18 3 T. Kelce: 25-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q3|3:57 5 D. Robinson: 3-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q3|3:04 3 Q4: T. Hill: 29-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q1|4:55 5 K. Hunt: 1-yard run Q1|3:26 6 K. Hunt: 1-yard run Q2|2:58 3 C. Conley: 4-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q2|3:35 4 D. Harris: 13-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q2|1:26 5 S. Watkins: 12-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q3|3:56 4 Q4: H. Butker: 37-yard FG Q1|5:30 3 H. Butker: 33-yard FG Q1|5:39 5 Q2: P. Mahomes: 8-yard run Q3|5:28 3 H. Butker: 21-yard FG Q4|6:20 5 T. Kelce: 2-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q4|2:56 3 K. Hunt: 4-yard run Q1|5:23 6 P. Mahomes: 4-yard run Q1|5:51 4 Q2: H. Butker: 22-yard FG Q2|2:19 1 H. Butker: 42-yard FG Q3|5:36 5 H. Butker: 38-yard FG Q3|3:13 5 Q4: K. Hunt: 4-yard run Q1|3:26 2 H. Butker: 42-yard FG Q1|1:32 1 H. Butker: 43-yard FG Q2|6:31 4 H. Butker: 24-yard FG Q3|1:33 1 K. Hunt: 67-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q3|3:41 2 H. Butker: 30-yard FG Q3|1:27 2 T. Hill: 14-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q4|1:44 1 T. Hill: 1-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q4|0:12 1 T. Hill: 75-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q1|5:18 6 K. Hunt: 6-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q2|1:33 2 K. Hunt: 15-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q2|5:30 5 D. Harris: 17-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q2|1:05 4 H. Butker: 26-yard FG Q3|3:41 4 K. Hunt: 2-yard run Q3|5:09 7 Q4: T. Hill: 3-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q1|5:22 4 H. Butker: 24-yard FG Q2|2:10 2 T. Kelce: 9-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q2|4:24 5 S. Watkins: 13-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q3|4:44 6 S. Watkins: 10-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q3|1:53 1 K. Hunt: 23-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q1|2:43 4 K. Hunt: 50-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q1|4:15 5 Q2: T. Kelce: 11-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q2|4:05 4 K. Hunt: 1-yard run Q3|4:57 4 T. Kelce: 13-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q3|0:35 2 K. Hunt: 10-yard run Q4|5:30 4 H. Butker: 39-yard FG T. Hill: 37-yard pass from P. Mahomes 2 Q1|0:56 H. Butker: 45-yard FG Q1|5:03 2 Q2: H. Butker: 46-yard FG 3 Q1|3:58 5 T. Hill: 14-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q2|4:53 S. Ware: 3-yard run 3 Q4|1:58 T. Hill: 25-yard pass from P. Mahomes 3 Q1|2:10 H. Butker: 21-yard FG 4 Q2|6:50 K. Hunt: 21-yard pass from P. Mahomes 1 Q2|0:09 C. Conley: 8-yard pass from P. Mahomes 3 Q2|1:37 T. Kelce: 4-yard pass from P. Mahomes 4 Q3|3:43 T. Hill: 73-yard pass from P. Mahomes 2 Q4|1:28 C. Conley: 10-yard pass from P. Mahomes 4 Q4|3:46 T. Kelce: 3-yard pass from P. Mahomes 3 Q1|0:52 H. Butker: 29-yard FG 2 Q1|3:31 H. Butker: 50-yard FG 3 Q2|6:00 T. Kelce: 6-yard pass from P. Mahomes 3 Q2|0:57 S. Ware: 1-yard run 5 Q3|5:18 D. Harris: 13-yard pass from P. Mahomes 3 Q3|2:09 C. Conley: 2-yard pass from P. Mahomes 5 Q4|4:52 D. Williams: 1-yard run 6 Q1|5:41 T. Kelce: 15-yard pass from P. Mahomes 5 Q2|4:23 H. Butker: 24-yard FG 3 Q2|1:36 D. Williams: 5-yard pass from P. Mahomes 3 Q4|3:11 H. Butker: 35-yard FG 4 OT|5:18 D. Robinson: 5-yard pass from P. Mahomes 4 Q1|4:58 D. Williams: 11-yard pass from P. Mahomes 5 Q1|4:51 D. Williams: 2-yard run 4 Q3|3:22 Q4: D. Williams: 1-yard run 8 Q3|7:55


12/23 at Seattle

12/30 Oakland

AVG TOTALS

Kickoff Missed FG Kickoff Punt Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Fumble Punt Punt

KC 25 KC 26 KC 17 KC 30 KC 28 SEA 31 KC 16 KC 40 KC 1 KC 8

8 10 7 10 9 5 6 9 5 10 7.67 690

39 Q1|2:21 74 Q1|5:26 83 Q3|4:09 60 Q4|3:45 72 Q4|2:55 16 Q4|1:09 84 Q1|2:19 45 Q2|4:40 84 Q3|1:34 92 Q3|5:36 62.7 3:33.72222222222 5,645 320:35

2 5 5 3 4 1 2 4 2 6 3.56 320

H. Butker: 54-yard FG Q2: D. Williams: 2-yard pass from P. Mahomes C. West: 25-yard pass from P. Mahomes H. Butker: 29-yard FG D. Robinson: 11-yard pass from P. Mahomes H. Butker: 32-yard FG T. Hill: 67-yard pass from P. Mahomes D. Williams: 4-yard run D. Robinson: 89-yard pass from P. Mahomes Q4: T. Hill: 15-yard run


CHIEFS 2018 POSTSEASON SCORING DRIVES DRIVE FIRST DATE OPPONENT ACQUIRED START PLAYS YARDS Q|TIME DOWNS SCORING PLAY 90 Q1|3:00 5 D. Williams: 10-yard run 01/12 Indianapolis Punt KC 10 5 3 T. Hill: 36-yard run Punt KC 30 8 70 Q1|3:04 Punt KC 26 15 53 Q1|6:59 4 Q2: H. Butker: 39-yard FG KC 25 10 75 Q2|4:16 5 P. Mahomes: 4-yard run Kickoff 61 Q4|3:08 4 D. Williams: 6-yard run Kickoff KC 39 9 01/20 New England Kickoff KC 26 4 74 Q3|2:04 2 T. Kelce: 12-yard pass from P. Mahomes KC 25 9 75 Q3|4:11 5 Q4: D. Williams: 1-yard pass from P. Mahomes Kickoff 23 Q4|0:10 1 D. Williams: 23-yard pass from P. Mahomes Interception NE 23 2 4 D. Williams: 2-yard run Kickoff KC 32 5 68 Q4|1:29 Kickoff KC 31 4 48 Q4|0:31 2 H. Butker: 39-yard FG AVG 7.10 63.7 2:53.2 3.50 TOTALS 71 637 28:52 35


DATE 09/09

09/16

09/23

10/01

10/07 10/14

10/21 10/28

11/04

11/11 11/19

12/02

12/09

12/13

12/23

12/30

CHIEFS OPPONENTS 2018 REGULAR SEASON SCORING DRIVES DRIVE FIRST OPPONENT ACQUIRED START PLAYS YARDS Q|TIME DOWNS SCORING PLAY at L.A. Chargers Kickoff LAC 25 8 48 Q1|3:43 3 C. Sturgis: 45-yard FG 6 39 Q1|3:41 2 C. Sturgis: 39-yard FG Punt LAC 40 Punt LAC 4 12 96 Q2|6:11 7 A. Ekeler: 13-yard pass from P. Rivers Q3|3:44 4 Q4: K. Allen: 20-yard pass from P. Rivers Kickoff LAC 9 9 91 Kickoff LAC 25 10 75 Q4|4:41 5 T. Williams: 4-yard pass from P. Rivers Q2: J. James: 26-yard pass from B. Roethlisberger at Pittsburgh Kickoff PIT 19 6 81 Q1|3:04 5 85 Q2|5:41 7 J. Smith-Schuster: 2-yard pass from B. Roethlisberger Punt PIT 15 11 Punt PIT 10 10 90 Q2|2:48 5 J. Washington: 14-yard pass from B. Roethlisberger 11 75 Q3|5:30 7 J. Conner: 1-yard run Kickoff PIT 25 Fumble PIT 34 9 66 Q4|3:04 3 B. Roethlisberger: 3-yard run San Francisco Kickoff SF 25 8 75 Q1|5:28 4 Q2: K. Juszczyk: 35-yard pass from J. Garoppolo Kickoff SF 25 6 54 Q2|0:34 2 R. Gould: 39-yard FG Punt SF 13 7 87 Q3|2:37 5 M. Goodwin: 11-yard pass from J. Garoppolo Punt SF 23 11 77 Q3|5:12 6 A. Morris: 3-yard run Kickoff SF 25 17 58 Q4|8:30 6 R. Gould: 35-yard FG at Denver Kickoff DEN 25 7 51 Q1|3:27 3 B. McManus: 42-yard FG Kickoff DEN 22 5 78 Q2|2:56 3 R. Freeman: 14-yard run Punt DEN 24 12 60 Q2|2:17 4 B. McManus: 34-yard FG Punt DEN 20 9 80 Q3|4:33 5 P. Lindsay: 1-yard run Punt DEN 24 6 48 Q3|2:43 2 Q4: B. McManus: 46-yard FG Jacksonville Kickoff JAX 25 6 75 Q3|2:17 3 T. Yeldon: 14-yard pass from B. Bortles Interception JAX 42 14 58 Q4|4:02 4 B. Bortles: 21-yard run at New England Kickoff NE 25 8 45 Q1|3:47 4 S. Gostkowski: 48-yard FG Interception KC 4 1 4 Q1|0:04 1 S. Michel: 4-yard run Kickoff NE 25 10 75 Q1|5:33 5 Q2: J. Edelman: 17-yard pass from T. Brady Kickoff NE 25 7 75 Q2|4:24 4 S. Michel: 1-yard run Kickoff NE 30 12 65 Q3|6:10 4 S. Gostkowski: 24-yard FG Kickoff NE 25 11 54 Q3|5:34 3 Q4: S. Gostkowski: 39-yard FG Kickoff NE 25 7 75 Q4|3:13 3 T. Brady: 4-yard run Punt NE 21 5 47 Q4|0:35 1 S. Gostkowski: 50-yard FG Kickoff NE 25 7 65 Q4|3:03 3 S. Gostkowski: 28-yard FG Cincinnati Kickoff CIN 23 11 77 Q2|5:53 6 C. Uzomah: 4-yard pass from A. Dalton Kickoff CIN 25 10 60 Q3|4:54 4 R. Bullock: 33-yard FG Denver Punt DEN 19 8 81 Q1|4:17 4 P. Lindsay: 1-yard run Kickoff DEN 25 5 75 Q2|0:49 2 T. Patrick: 24-yard pass from C. Keenum Kickoff DEN 25 12 75 Q3|5:15 5 Q4: J. Heuerman: 4-yard pass from C. Keenum Punt DEN 36 10 46 Q4|2:12 3 B. McManus: 36-yard FG at Cleveland Kickoff CLE 25 11 42 Q1|5:29 3 G. Joseph: 51-yard FG Kickoff CLE 25 12 75 Q2|7:01 5 N. Chubb: 3-yard run Kickoff CLE 21 9 79 Q2|1:58 5 D. Johnson Jr.: 19-yard pass from B. Mayfield Kickoff CLE 25 15 75 Q3|7:31 6 Q4: D. Johnson Jr.: 5-yard pass from B. Mayfield Arizona Kickoff ARI 25 12 75 Q1|6:01 5 D. Johnson: 9-yard pass from J. Rosen Kickoff ARI 39 12 61 Q3|7:12 6 D. Johnson: 1-yard run at L.A. Rams Kickoff LAR 25 6 75 Q1|3:00 5 R. Woods: 7-yard pass from J. Goff Punt LAR 17 10 83 Q1|4:21 6 J. Reynolds: 4-yard pass from J. Goff Kickoff LAR 16 9 79 Q1|3:31 4 Q2: G. Zuerlein: 23-yard FG Fumble KC 46 8 46 Q3|2:35 3 J. Goff: 7-yard run Kickoff LAR 35 9 50 Q3|4:45 3 G. Zuerlein: 33-yard FG Kickoff LAR 25 6 75 Q4|1:29 3 G. Everett: 7-yard pass from J. Goff Kickoff LAR 25 6 75 Q4|0:58 3 G. Everett: 40-yard pass from J. Goff 11 OAK 25 at Oakland Kickoff D. Martin: 1-yard run 5 Q2|5:58 75 8 OAK 25 Kickoff D. Carlson: 50-yard FG 2 Q3|3:54 43 OAK 32 Kickoff J. Cook: 24-yard pass from D. Carr 3 Q3|2:20 68 6 OAK 25 Kickoff Q4: L. Smith: 1-yard pass from D. Carr 6 Q3|4:23 75 10 OAK 46 Punt M. Ateman: 9-yard pass from D. Carr 4 Q4|2:32 54 6 Kickoff OAK 25 3 D. Carlson: 44-yard FG 49 Q4|1:24 8 5 Q2: K. Dixon: 3-yard run 75 Q1|3:46 8 BAL 25 Baltimore Kickoff J. Tucker: 28-yard FG 3 49 Q2|4:37 BAL 41 10 Missed FG M. Williams: 10-yard pass from L. Jackson 6 73 Q3|7:15 14 Interception BAL 27 J. Brown: 9-yard pass from L. Jackson Q4|0:54 1 14 KC 14 3 Punt Q2: M. Williams: 3-yard pass from P. Rivers Q1|6:00 6 75 10 LAC 25 L.A. Chargers Kickoff M. Williams: 19-yard run Q3|6:41 5 11 76 LAC 24 Kickoff J. Jackson: 3-yard run Q4|4:26 6 11 75 Kickoff LAC 25 M. Williams: 1-yard pass from P. Rivers 4 Q4|2:33 60 8 Punt LAC 40 C. Carson: 4-yard run 5 Q1|5:06 78 11 SEA 22 at Seattle Punt N. Vannett: 1-yard pass from R. Wilson 3 Q2|3:13 21 6 KC 21 Fumble S. Janikowski: 28-yard FG 4 Q3|5:33 65 12 SEA 25 Kickoff D. Baldwin: 27-yard pass from R. Wilson 4 Q3|4:33 75 8 SEA 25 Kickoff E. Dickson: 2-yard pass from R. Wilson 5 Q4|2:57 70 6 SEA 30 Kickoff C. Carson: 1-yard run 4 Q4|2:07 75 8 SEA 25 Kickoff Oakland Downs OAK 2 13 66 Q2|4:39 5 D. Carlson: 50-yard FG AVG 8.97 65.7 3:59.2676056338 4.13 TOTALS 637 4,667 283:08 293


CHIEFS OPPONENTS 2018 POSTSEASON SCORING DRIVES DRIVE FIRST DATE OPPONENT ACQUIRED START PLAYS YARDS Q|TIME DOWNS SCORING PLAY 01/12 Indianapolis Punt IND 13 10 87 Q4|3:04 5 T. Hilton: 29-yard pass from A. Luck S. Michel: 1-yard run 01/20 New England Kickoff NE 20 15 80 Q1|8:05 7 8 90 Q2|2:41 4 P. Dorsett: 29-yard pass from T. Brady Punt NE 10 S. Gostkowski: 47-yard FG Punt KC 37 6 8 Q3|3:36 1 10 75 Q4|4:13 5 S. Michel: 10-yard run Kickoff NE 25 4 R. Burkhead: 4-yard run Kickoff NE 35 6 65 Q4|1:24 NE 25 13 75 OT|4:52 6 R. Burkhead: 2-yard run Kickoff AVG 9.71 68.6 3:59.28571428571 4.57 TOTALS 68 480 27:55 32


2018 Regular Season (As of December 30, 2018)

PASSING

KC 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams Opp 10/7/2018 vs. Jacksonville

448 yards 401 yards

KC 12/30/2018 vs. Oakland Opp 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

281 yards 29 yards 379 yards

KC 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

6 tds

500 YARDS PASSING Elvis Grbac Warren Moon 400 YARDS PASSING Patrick Mahomes Jared Goff 300 YARDS PASSING Patrick Mahomes Philip Rivers 400 NET PASSING YARDS Patrick Mahomes Blake Bortles 300 NET PASSING YARDS Patrick Mahomes Chad Henne Jared Goff SIX TOUCHDOWN PASSES Patrick Mahomes:

KC 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

6 tds

* Never Has Happened * FIVE TOUCHDOWN PASSES Patrick Mahomes:

Opp 10/8/2017 @ Houston

5 tds

Deshaun Watson:

KC 12/2/2018 @ Oakland

4 tds

FOUR TOUCHDOWN PASSES Patrick Mahomes:

Opp 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

4 tds

Jared Goff:

KC 12/23/2018 @ Seattle

3 tds

THREE TOUCHDOWN PASSES Patrick Mahomes:

Opp 12/23/2018 @ Seattle

3 tds

Russell Wilson:

KC 11/5/2000 @ Oakland 504 yards Opp 12/6/1990 @ Houston Oilers 527 yards KC 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams Opp 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

478 yards 413 yards

KC 12/9/2018 vs. Baltimore 377 yards Opp 12/13/2018 vs. L.A. Chargers 313 yards

Opp

KC 12/13/2009 vs. Buffalo Opp 10/7/2018 vs. Jacksonville

4 ints 4 ints

KC 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams Opp 10/7/2018 vs. Jacksonville

3 ints 4 ints

KC 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams Opp 12/30/2018 vs. Oakland

3 ints 2 ints

KC Opp KC 12/23/2012 vs. Indianapolis Opp 12/20/2009 vs. Cleveland KC 12/23/2018 @ Seattle Opp 12/30/2018 vs. Oakland KC 12/23/2012 vs. Indianapolis Opp 10/19/2008 vs. Tennessee KC Opp 12/7/2003 @ Denver

(25, 21, 8, 4, 73, 10)

(25, 21, 8, 4, 73, 10) (1, 34, 48, 9, 6)

(3, 6, 13, 2) (7, 4, 7, 40)

(2, 25, 11) (1, 27, 2)

FOUR INTERCEPTIONS THROWN Matt Cassel Blake Bortles THREE INTERCEPTIONS THROWN Patrick Mahomes Blake Bortles TWO INTERCEPTIONS THROWN Patrick Mahomes Derek Carr

RUSHING

300 YARDS RUSHER * Never Has Happened * * Never Has Happened * 200 YARDS RUSHER 226 yards Jamaal Charles 286 yards Jerome Harrison 100 YARDS RUSHER 103 yards Damien Williams 100 yards Doug Martin TWO 100-YARD RUSHERS 226 yards Jamaal Charles 101 yards Peyton Hillis 168 yards Chris Johnson 149 yards LenDale White FIVE TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING * Never Has Happened * 5 tds Clinton Portis: (11, 1, 59, 28, 53)


KC 10/24/2004 vs. Atlanta

Opp 12/7/2003 @ Denver

4 tds 4 tds 5 tds

KC 9/28/2015 @ Green Bay

3 tds

Opp 9/7/2017

3 tds

@ New England

FOUR TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING Priest Holmes: (1, 2, 2, 15)

Derrick Blaylock: (1, 7, 3, 2)

Clinton Portis:

(11, 1, 59, 28, 53)

THREE TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING Jamaal Charles: (9, 4, 7)

Mike Gillislee: (1, 2, 2)

KC 12/13/2018 vs. L.A. Chargers 2 tds

TWO TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING Damien Williams:

Opp 12/23/2018 @ Seattle

2 tds

Chris Carson:

KC 10/24/2004 vs. Atlanta

TWO PLAYERS WITH TWO TD RUSHING 4 tds Derrick Blaylock: (1, 7, 3, 2) 4 tds Priest Holmes:

(2, 1) (4, 1)

(1, 2, 2, 15)

Opp

* Never Has Happened *

RECEIVING

KC 12/15/2013 @ Oakland

TWO 100-YARD RECEIVERS 215 yards Tyreek Hill 127 yards Travis Kelce 138 yards Jesse James 121 yards JuJu Smith-Schuster 200 YARDS RECEIVER 215 yards Tyreek Hill 210 yards Amari Cooper 100 YARDS RECEIVER 101 yards Tyreek Hill 126 yards Doug Baldwin FOUR TOUCHDOWNS RECEPTIONS 4 tds Jamaal Charles:

Opp 12/1/2013 vs. Denver

4 tds

KC 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams Opp 9/16/2018 @ Pittsburgh KC 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams Opp 10/19/2017 @ Oakland KC 12/30/2018 vs. Oakland Opp 12/23/2018 @ Seattle

KC 10/14/2018 @ New England

3 tds

Opp 10/8/2017 @ Houston

3 tds

KC 12/2/2018 @ Oakland

2 tds

Opp 12/13/2018 vs. L.A. Chargers 2 tds KC 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

Opp 10/8/2017 @ Houston

(71, 39, 16, 49)

Eric Decker: (41, 37, 15, 1)

THREE TOUCHDOWNS RECEPTIONS Tyreek Hill: (14, 1, 75)

DeAndre Hopkins: (1, 34, 6)

TWO TOUCHDOWNS RECEPTIONS Travis Kelce: (3, 6)

Mike Williams: (3, 1)

TWO PLAYERS WITH TWO TD RECEPTIONS 2 tds Tyreek Hill: 2 tds (25, 73) Chris Conley: 3 tds 2 tds

(8, 10)

DeAndre Hopkins: (1, 34, 6)

Will Fuller V: (48, 9)

COMBINED YARDS AND TOUCHDOWNS

KC 10/1/2018 @ Denver Opp 10/14/2018 @ New England KC 12/9/2018 vs. Baltimore

100-YARD RUSHER AND 300-YARD PASSER 121 yards Kareem Hunt 304 yards Patrick Mahomes 106 yards Sony Michel 340 yards Tom Brady 100-YARD RECEIVER AND 300-YARD PASSER 139 yards Tyreek Hill 377 yards Patrick Mahomes


Opp 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

107 yards Brandin Cooks 413 yards Jared Goff 100 YARDS RUSHING AND RECEIVING KC 10/2/2017 vs. Washington 101 yards Kareem Hunt 111 yards Travis Kelce Opp 10/15/2017 vs. Pittsburgh 179 yards Le'Veon Bell 155 yards Antonio Brown 100-YARD RUSHER, 300-YARD PASSER, 100-YARD RECEIVER KC 9/7/2017 @ New England 148 yards Kareem Hunt 368 yards Alex Smith 133 yards Tyreek Hill Opp 12/1/2013 vs. Denver 117 yards Montee Ball 403 yards Peyton Manning 174 yards Eric Decker

DEFENSE

INTERCEPTED PASS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN (5:54) (Shotgun) 4-D.Carr pass short right intended for 87-J.Cook 54 yards Daniel Sorensen INTERCEPTED by 49-D.Sorensen at KC 46. 49-D.Sorensen for 54 yards,

KC 12/30/2018 vs. Oakland

Samson Ebukam

TOUCHDOWN. (2:24) (Shotgun) 15-P.Mahomes pass short right intended for 84-D.Harris INTERCEPTED by 50-S.Ebukam at KC 25. 50-S.Ebukam for 25 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

Opp 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

25 yards

KC 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

FUMBLE RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN (11:16) (Shotgun) 16-J.Goff sacked at LA 4 for -10 yards (50-J.Houston). 2 yards Allen Bailey FUMBLES (50-J.Houston), RECOVERED by KC-97-A.Bailey at LA 2. 97-

Opp 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

11 yards

KC 11/27/2016 @ Denver

(6:20) (Shotgun) 13-T.Siemian sacked at DEN 0 for -8 yards (50-J.Houston). FUMBLES (50-J.Houston) [50-J.Houston], recovered by DEN-73-R.Okung at DEN -5. 73-R.Okung tackled in End Zone, SAFETY. (12:09) 27-K.Hunt up the middle tackled in End Zone for -1 yards, SAFETY (25-A.Burns, 42-M.Burnett).

Samson Ebukam

A.Bailey for 2 yards, TOUCHDOWN. (2:00) (Shotgun) 15-P.Mahomes sacked at KC 13 for -9 yards (99A.Donald). FUMBLES (99-A.Donald) [99-A.Donald], RECOVERED by LA-50S.Ebukam at KC 11. 50-S.Ebukam for 11 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

SAFETY SCORED

Opp 9/16/2018 @ Pittsburgh KC 10/23/2011 @ Oakland Opp 12/16/2012 @ Oakland

Kansas City 28, Oakland 0

KC 9/29/1985 vs. Seattle Opp 10/7/2001 @ Denver

4 int 4 int

SHUTOUT

Oakland 15, Kansas City 0

KC 12/13/2018 vs. L.A. Chargers Opp 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

FOUR OR MORE INTERCEPTION GAME Derron Cherry Deltha O'Neal THREE INTERCEPTION GAME 3 int Greg Wesley 3 int David Fulcher TWO INTERCEPTION GAME 2 int Marcus Peters 2 int Jason McCourty FOUR SACK GAME 4.0 sacks Justin Houston 4.0 sacks Andra Davis THREE SACK GAME 3.0 sacks Dee Ford 3.0 sacks Melvin Ingram III TWO SACK GAME 2.5 sacks Chris Jones 2.0 sacks Aaron Donald

KC 11/27/2016 @ Denver

KICKOFF RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN 9-R.Dixon kicks 66 yards from DEN 20 to KC 14. 10-T.Hill for 86 yards, 86 yards Tyreek Hill TOUCHDOWN.

KC 11/27/2005 vs. New England Opp 10/1/1989 @ Bengals KC 12/16/2017 vs. L.A. Chargers Opp 9/7/2014 vs. Tennessee KC 12/28/2014 vs. San Diego Opp 11/9/2003 vs. Cleveland KC 10/28/2018 vs. Denver Opp 9/24/2017 @ L.A. Chargers

Opp 11/7/2010 @ Oakland KC 9/9/2018

SPECIAL TEAMS

94 yards

Jacoby Ford

6-R.Succop kicks 64 yards from KC 30 to OAK 6. 12-J.Ford for 94 yards, TOUCHDOWN. PENALTY on OAK-54-S.Williams, Unsportsmanlike Conduct, 15 yards, enforced between downs.

PUNT RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN (13:24) 8-D.Kaser punts 57 yards to KC 9, Center-47-M.Windt. 10-T.Hill for @ L.A. Chargers 91 yards Tyreek Hill 91 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

Opp 12/9/2012 @ Cleveland

KC 12/6/1987 @ Cincinnati Opp KC 9/13/2009 @ Baltimore Opp 11/28/2010 @ Seattle KC 12/23/2018 @ Seattle

93 yards

Travis Benjamin

(15:00) (Punt formation) 2-D.Colquitt punts 41 yards to CLV 7, Center-43T.Gafford. 80-T.Benjamin for 93 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Longest Punt Return in Cleveland Franchise History

BLOCKED FIELD GOAL RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN 28 yards Kevin Ross * Never Has Happened * BLOCKED PUNT RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN

(10:09) (Punt formation) 4-S.Koch punt is BLOCKED by 47-J.McGraw, Center-70-M.Katula, RECOVERED by KC-47J.McGraw at BLT 0. TOUCHDOWN. (:39) 2-D.Colquitt punt is BLOCKED by 39-K.Cox, Center-43-T.Gafford, RECOVERED by SEA-29-E.Thomas at KC 10. 29E.Thomas for 10 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

MADE FIELD GOAL OF 50 YARDS OR LONGER (6:38) 7-H.Butker 54 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-41-J.Winchester, 54 yards Harrison Butker Holder-2-D.Colquitt.


(1:09) 8-D.Carlson 50 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-47-T.Sieg, Holder-5J.Townsend.

Opp 12/30/2018 vs. Oakland

50 yards

Daniel Carlson

KC 10/11/2015 vs. Chicago

27 yards

BLOCKED FIELD GOAL (8:49) 5-C.Santos 27 yard field goal is BLOCKED (92-P.McPhee), Center-41Cairo Santos J.Winchester, Holder-2-D.Colquitt, recovered by KC-42-A.Sherman at CHI

Opp 10/19/2017 @ Oakland

53 yards

Giorgio Tavecchio

KC 9/8/2013 @ Jacksonville Opp 11/4/2018 @ Cleveland

(12:32) 2-D.Colquitt punt is BLOCKED by 52-J.Thomas, Center-43-T.Gafford, ball out of bounds in End Zone, SAFETY.

KC 12/2/2018 @ Oakland Opp 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

7-H.Butker extra point is Blocked (99-A.Key), Center-41-J.Winchester, Holder-2-D.Colquitt.

KC Opp 12/2/2018 @ Oakland

15. 42-A.Sherman to CHI 15 for no gain (90-J.Ratliff). (4:56) 2-G.Tavecchio 53 yard field goal is BLOCKED (21-E.Murray), Center-59-J.Condo, Holder-7-M.King.

BLOCKED PUNT

(8:10) (Punt formation) 4-B.Colquitt punt is BLOCKED by 26-Dam. Williams, Center-47-C.Hughlett, ball out of bounds at CLV 21.

MISSED POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWN ATTEMPT

4-G.Zuerlein extra point is No Good, Wide Left, Center-44-J.McQuaide, Holder-6-J.Hekker.

POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWN ATTEMPT BLOCKED * Never Has Happened *

7-H.Butker extra point is Blocked (99-A.Key), Center-41-J.Winchester, Holder-2-D.Colquitt.

SUCCESSFUL ONSIDE KICK

KC 10/15/2017 vs. Pittsburgh Opp 10/7/2018 vs. Jacksonville

2-D.Colquitt kicks 48 yards from KC 20 to PIT 32. RECOVERED by KC-80-J.Chesson.

KC 12/24/2017 vs. Miami

5 fg

FIVE FIELD GOALS Harrison Butker:

Opp 10/14/2018 @ New England

5 fg

Stephen Gostkowski:

KC 10/14/2018 @ New England

4 fg

FOUR FIELD GOALS Harrison Butker:

Opp 10/14/2018 @ New England

5 fg

Stephen Gostkowski:

KC 12/23/2018 @ Seattle

3 fg

THREE FIELD GOALS Harrison Butker:

Opp 10/14/2018 @ New England

5 fg

Stephen Gostkowski:

4-J.Lambo kicks onside 13 yards from JAX 35 to JAX 48. RECOVERED by JAX-4-J.Lambo. Kansas City challenged the kick touched ruling, and the play was Upheld. The ruling on the field stands. (Timeout #2.)

(49, 29, 21, 32, 31) (48, 24, 39, 50, 28)

(42, 43, 24, 30)

(48, 24, 39, 50, 28)

(54, 29, 32)

(48, 24, 39, 50, 28)

TEAM

500 TOTAL YARDS OF OFFENSE

KC 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams Opp 10/14/2018 @ New England

Kansas City 546, L.A. Rams 455

KC 12/30/2018 vs. Oakland Opp 12/23/2018 @ Seattle

Kansas City 409, Oakland 292

KC 12/4/2016 @ Atlanta

New England 500, Kansas City 446

400 TOTAL YARDS OF OFFENSE

Seattle 464, Kansas City 419

TOUCHDOWN ON OFFENSE, DEFENSE AND SPECIAL TEAMS ST: (7:10) A.Smith pass short left to S.Ware for 3 yards, TOUCHDOWN. ST: (8:06) (Shotgun) S.Ware left end for 3 yards, TOUCHDOWN. DEF: (:48) (Shotgun) M.Ryan pass short right intended for T.Gabriel INTERCEPTED by E.Berry at ATL 37. E.Berry for 37 yards, TOUCHDOWN. OFF: (13:02) (Punt formation) A.Wilson right guard for 55 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

Opp

OFF: (Pass formation) TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. M.Ryan pass to A.Hooper is incomplete. ATTEMPT FAILS. DEFENSIVE TWO-POINT ATTEMPT. E.Berry intercepted the try attempt. ATTEMPT SUCCEEDS.

* Never Has Happened * MADE TWO-POINT CONVERSION

KC 12/23/2018 @ Seattle Opp 12/13/2018 vs. L.A. Chargers

TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. 15-P.Mahomes rushes up the middle. ATTEMPT SUCCEEDS.

KC 11/11/2018 vs. Arizona Opp 12/2/2018 @ Oakland

TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. 15-P.Mahomes pass to 87-T.Kelce is incomplete. ATTEMPT FAILS.

KC 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams Opp 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

L.A. Rams 54, Kansas City 51

KC 12/2/2018 @ Oakland Opp 11/19/2018 @ L.A. Rams

Kansas City 40, Oakland 33

KC 12/9/2018 vs. Baltimore

Kansas City 27, Baltimore 24

KC 11/19/2017 @ N.Y. Giants

N.Y. Giants 12, Kansas City 9

KC 11/19/1989 @ Cleveland

Kansas City 10, Cleveland 10

(Pass formation) TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. 17-P.Rivers pass to 81-M.Williams is complete. ATTEMPT SUCCEEDS.

FAILED TWO-POINT CONVERSION

TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. 30-J.Richard rushes up the middle. ATTEMPT FAILS.

50 POINTS

L.A. Rams 54, Kansas City 51

40 POINTS

L.A. Rams 54, Kansas City 51

OVERTIME WIN

OVERTIME LOSS OVERTIME TIE


2018 Postseason (As of January 20, 2019)

PASSING

KC 1/4/2014

@ Indianapolis

4 tds

500 YARDS PASSING * Never Has Happened * * Never Has Happened * 400 YARDS PASSING * Never Has Happened * Andrew Luck 300 YARDS PASSING Alex Smith Tom Brady 400 NET PASSING YARDS * Never Has Happened * Andrew Luck 300 NET PASSING YARDS Alex Smith Tom Brady SIX TOUCHDOWN PASSES * Never Has Happened * * Never Has Happened * FIVE TOUCHDOWN PASSES * Never Has Happened * * Never Has Happened * FOUR TOUCHDOWN PASSES Alex Smith:

Opp 1/4/2014

@ Indianapolis

4 tds

Andrew Luck:

KC Opp KC Opp 1/4/2014

@ Indianapolis

443 yards

KC 1/4/2014 @ Indianapolis 378 yards Opp 1/20/2019 vs. New England 348 yards KC Opp 1/4/2014

@ Indianapolis

436 yards

KC 1/4/2014 @ Indianapolis 363 yards Opp 1/20/2019 vs. New England 348 yards KC Opp KC Opp

(6, 79, 5, 10)

(12, 64, 3, 10)

KC 1/20/2019 vs. New England 3 tds

THREE TOUCHDOWN PASSES Patrick Mahomes:

Opp 1/4/2014

Andrew Luck:

@ Indianapolis

4 tds

KC Opp 1/9/2016

@ Houston

4 ints

KC 1/9/2011 Opp 1/9/2016

vs. Baltimore @ Houston

3 ints 4 ints

KC 1/9/2011 vs. Baltimore 3 ints Opp 1/20/2019 vs. New England 2 ints

(12, 1, 23)

(12, 64, 3, 10)

FOUR INTERCEPTIONS THROWN * Never Has Happened * Brian Hoyer THREE INTERCEPTIONS THROWN Matt Cassel Brian Hoyer TWO INTERCEPTIONS THROWN Matt Cassel Tom Brady

RUSHING

300 YARDS RUSHER KC * Never Has Happened * Opp * Never Has Happened * 200 YARDS RUSHER KC * Never Has Happened * Opp * Never Has Happened * 100 YARDS RUSHER KC 1/12/2019 vs. Indianapolis 129 yards Damien Williams Opp 1/20/2019 vs. New England 113 yards Sony Michel TWO 100-YARD RUSHERS KC * Never Has Happened * Opp * Never Has Happened * FIVE TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING KC * Never Has Happened * Opp * Never Has Happened * FOUR TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING KC * Never Has Happened * Opp * Never Has Happened * THREE TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING KC * Never Has Happened * Opp 1/23/1994 @ Buffalo 3 tds Thurman Thomas (12, 3, 3)


KC 1/11/2004 vs. Indianapolis 2 tds Opp 1/20/2019 vs. New England 2 tds 2 tds

TWO TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING Priest Holmes: (1, 1)

Rex Burkhead: (4, 2)

Sony Michel: (1, 10)

TWO PLAYERS WITH TWO TD RUSHING KC * Never Has Happened * Opp 1/20/2019 vs. New England 2 tds Rex Burkhead: 2 tds (4, 2) Sony Michel: (1, 10)

RECEIVING

TWO 100-YARD RECEIVERS KC 12/25/1971 vs. Miami 110 yards Ed Podolak 104 yards Elmo Wright Opp * Never Has Happened * 200 YARDS RECEIVER KC * Never Has Happened * Opp 1/4/2014 @ Indianapolis 224 yards T.Y. Hilton 100 YARDS RECEIVER KC 1/20/2019 vs. New England 114 yards Sammy Watkins Opp 1/15/2017 vs. Pittsburgh 108 yards Antonio Brown FOUR TOUCHDOWNS RECEPTIONS KC * Never Has Happened * Opp * Never Has Happened * THREE TOUCHDOWNS RECEPTIONS KC * Never Has Happened * Opp 12/22/1968 @ Oakland 3 tds Fred Biletnikoff (24, 44, 54)

KC 1/20/2019 vs. New England 2 tds Opp 1/16/2016 @ New England 2 tds KC Opp

TWO TOUCHDOWNS RECEPTIONS Damien Williams: (1, 23)

Rob Gronkowski: (8, 16)

TWO PLAYERS WITH TWO TD RECEPTIONS * Never Has Happened * * Never Has Happened *

COMBINED YARDS AND TOUCHDOWNS

100-YARD RUSHER AND 300-YARD PASSER KC * Never Has Happened * Opp 1/20/2019 vs. New England 113 yards Sony Michel 348 yards Tom Brady 100-YARD RECEIVER AND 300-YARD PASSER KC 1/4/2014 @ Indianapolis 150 yards Dwayne Bowe 378 yards Alex Smith Opp 1/16/2016 @ New England 100 yards Julian Edelman 302 yards Tom Brady 100 YARDS RUSHING AND RECEIVING KC 1/12/2019 vs. Indianapolis 129 yards Damien Williams 108 yards Travis Kelce Opp 1/15/2017 vs. Pittsburgh 170 yards Le'Veon Bell 108 yards Antonio Brown 100-YARD RUSHER, 300-YARD PASSER, 100-YARD RECEIVER KC * Never Has Happened * Opp * Never Has Happened *

DEFENSE

INTERCEPTED PASS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN KC * Never Has Happened * Opp 12/28/1986 @ N.Y. Jets 21 yards Kevin McArthur FUMBLE RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN KC * Never Has Happened * (10:45) (No Huddle, Shotgun) 31-D.Brown up the middle to KC 2 for no gain (29Opp 1/4/2014 @ Indianapolis 2 yards Andrew Luck E.Berry). FUMBLES (29-E.Berry), recovered by IND-12-A.Luck at KC 5. 12-A.Luck for 5 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

KC 12/28/1986 @ N.Y. Jets Opp

SAFETY SCORED Team Safety * Never Has Happened *


KC 1/9/2016 Opp 1/2/1993

@ Houston @ San Diego

Kansas City 30, Houston 0

SHUTOUT

San Diego 17, Kansas City 0

FOUR OR MORE INTERCEPTION GAME * Never Has Happened * * Never Has Happened * THREE INTERCEPTION GAME KC * Never Has Happened * Opp * Never Has Happened * TWO INTERCEPTION GAME KC 1/4/2014 @ Indianapolis 2 int Husain Abdullah Opp 1/5/1992 @ Buffalo 2 int Kirby Jackson FOUR SACK GAME KC * Never Has Happened * Opp * Never Has Happened * THREE SACK GAME KC * Never Has Happened * Opp 1/9/2016 @ Houston 3.0 sacks Whitney Mercilus TWO SACK GAME KC 1/12/2019 vs. Indianapolis 2.0 sacks Justin Houston Opp 1/20/2019 vs. New England 2.0 sacks Kyle Van Noy KC Opp

SPECIAL TEAMS

KC 1/9/2016

@ Houston

Opp

KICKOFF RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN 8-N.Novak kicks 71 yards from HST 35 to KC -6. 34-K.Davis for 106 yards, 106 yards Knile Davis TOUCHDOWN.

* Never Has Happened * PUNT RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN KC * Never Has Happened * Opp * Never Has Happened * BLOCKED FIELD GOAL RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN KC * Never Has Happened * Opp * Never Has Happened * BLOCKED PUNT RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN KC 12/28/1986 @ N.Y. Jets 0 yards Albert Lewis Opp * Never Has Happened * MADE FIELD GOAL OF 50 YARDS OR LONGER KC * Never Has Happened * (:02) 4-A.Vinatieri 50 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-48-J.Snow, Holder-17Opp 1/6/2007 @ Indianapolis 50 yards Adam Vinatieri H.Smith.

KC Opp KC 1/8/1994 Opp

vs. Pittsburgh

KC 12/28/1986 @ N.Y. Jets Opp 1/12/2019 vs. Indianapolis

BLOCKED FIELD GOAL * Never Has Happened * * Never Has Happened * BLOCKED PUNT Keith Cash * Never Has Happened * MISSED POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWN ATTEMPT

Nick Lowery

4-A.Vinatieri extra point is No Good, Wide Right, Center-46-L.Rhodes, Holder-2-R.Sanchez.

KC Opp 1/15/2017 vs. Pittsburgh

POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWN ATTEMPT BLOCKED * Never Has Happened * * Never Has Happened * FIVE FIELD GOALS * Never Has Happened * 6 fg Chris Boswell:

KC Opp 1/15/2017 vs. Pittsburgh

6 fg

FOUR FIELD GOALS * Never Has Happened * Chris Boswell:

KC 1/9/2016

3 fg

THREE FIELD GOALS Cairo Santos:

6 fg

Chris Boswell:

KC Opp

@ Houston

Opp 1/15/2017 vs. Pittsburgh

(22, 38, 36, 45, 43, 43)

(22, 38, 36, 45, 43, 43)

(49, 49, 33)

(22, 38, 36, 45, 43, 43)

TEAM

KC 1/4/2014

@ Indianapolis

500 TOTAL YARDS OF OFFENSE

Indianapolis 536, Kansas City 513


Opp 1/20/2019 vs. New England New England 524, Kansas City 290 400 TOTAL YARDS OF OFFENSE KC 1/12/2019 vs. Indianapolis Kansas City 433, Indianapolis 266 Opp 1/20/2019 vs. New England New England 524, Kansas City 290 TOUCHDOWN ON OFFENSE, DEFENSE AND SPECIAL TEAMS KC * Never Has Happened * Opp * Never Has Happened * MADE TWO-POINT CONVERSION KC 1/6/2007 @ Indianapolis TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. 10-T.Green pass to 84-K.Wilson is complete. ATTEMPT SUCCEEDS. Opp * Never Has Happened * FAILED TWO-POINT CONVERSION TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. 11-A.Smith pass to 19-J.Maclin is incomplete. ATTEMPT FAILS. KC 1/15/2017 vs. Pittsburgh CONVERSION ATTEMPT. 8-M.Mariota pass to 18-R.Matthews is complete. ATTEMPT FAILS. Penalty on TEN, Opp 1/6/2018 vs. Tennessee TWO-POINT Illegal Shift, declined.

TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. 8-M.Mariota is sacked. ATTEMPT FAILS. Sack by D.Sorenson ruled forward progress stopped negating D.Sorenson 58 yard return.

KC Opp

50 POINTS * Never Has Happened * * Never Has Happened * 40 POINTS

KC 1/4/2014 Opp 1/4/2014

@ Indianapolis @ Indianapolis

Indianapolis 45, Kansas City 44

KC 1/8/1994

vs. Pittsburgh

Kansas City 27, Pittsburgh 24

Indianapolis 45, Kansas City 44

OVERTIME WIN

OVERTIME LOSS KC 1/20/2019 vs. New England New England 37, Kansas City 31 OVERTIME TIE KC * Never Has Happened *


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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals P 1 8 8 8 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 1 8 8.0 8 0 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

DUSTIN COLQUITT'S NFL REGULAR SEASON PUNTING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2005 Chiefs 2006 Chiefs 2007 Chiefs 2008 Chiefs 2009 Chiefs 2010 Chiefs 2011 Chiefs 2012 Chiefs 2013 Chiefs 2014 Chiefs 2015 Chiefs 2016 Chiefs 2017 Chiefs 2018 Chiefs NFL TOTALS

215

GP 16 16 16 14 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 222

NO. 65 71 95 70 96 88 89 83 87 71 75 76 65 45 1,076

YDS. 2,564 3,145 4,322 3,110 4,361 3,908 4,084 3,887 4,005 3,164 3,333 3,427 2,936 2,021 48,267

AVG. 39.4 44.3 45.5 44.4 45.4 44.4 45.9 46.8 46.0 44.6 44.4 45.1 45.2 44.9 44.9

OPP. RET. 23 32 50 28 40 42 36 27 38 29 26 30 24 17 442

YDS. 179 254 387 209 285 361 411 362 246 190 170 157 164 97 3,472

NET. YDS. 2,285 2,791 3,755 2,741 3,956 3,347 3,573 3,385 3,539 2,874 3,063 3,090 2,672 1,824 42,895

AVG. 35.2 39.3 39.1 39.2 40.8 37.6 40.1 40.8 40.2 40.5 40.8 40.7 41.1 40.5 39.7

TB 5 5 9 8 6 10 5 7 11 5 5 9 5 5 95

IN20 27 23 27 27 41 33 27 45 35 31 37 38 29 21 441

LG 62 72 81 73 70 72 68 71 65 69 62 64 77 67 81

BK 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) OPP. NET. DATE OPPONENT NO. YDS. AVG. RET. YDS. YDS. AVG TB IN20 LG 08/10 Bengals P 2 79 39.5 3 79 39.5 1 47 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1 2 79 39.5 3 79 39.5 1 47 0 0

BK W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

CHAD HENNE'S NFL REGULAR SEASON PASSING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2008 Dolphins 2009 Dolphins 2010 Dolphins 2011 Dolphins 2012 Jaguars 2013 Jaguars 2014 Jaguars 2015 Jaguars 2016 Jaguars 2017 Jaguars 2018 Chiefs TOTALS

GP 3 14 15 4 10 15 3 0 1 2 1 68

GS 0 13 14 4 6 13 3 0 0 0 0 53

ATT. 12 451 490 112 308 503 78 0 0 2 3 1,959

CMP. 7 274 301 64 166 305 42 0 0 0 2 1,161

PCT. 58.3 60.8 61.4 57.1 53.9 60.6 53.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 66.7 59.3

YDS 67 2,878 3,301 868 2,084 3,241 492 0 0 0 29 12,960

AVG. 5.6 6.4 6.7 7.8 6.8 6.4 6.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.7 6.6

TD 0 12 15 4 11 13 3 0 0 0 0 58

INT. 0 14 19 4 11 14 1 0 0 0 0 63

LG 19 67 57t 41 81t 62t 63t 0 0 0 22 81t

SK 0 26 30 11 28 38 16 0 0 0 0 149

LST 0 176 178 67 169 243 105 0 0 0 0 938

RATE 74.0 75.2 75.4 79.0 72.2 76.5 80.7 0.0 0.0 39.6 97.9 75.5

CHAD HENNE'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2008 Dolphins 2009 Dolphins 2010 Dolphins 2011 Dolphins 2012 Jaguars 2013 Jaguars 2014 Jaguars 2015 Jaguars 2016 Jaguars 2017 Jaguars 2018 Chiefs TOTALS

NO. 0 16 35 15 19 27 4 0 1 5 1 123

YDS. 0 32 52 112 64 77 25 0 -2 -5 3 358

AVG. 0.0 2.0 1.5 7.5 3.4 2.9 6.3 0.0 -2.0 -1.0 3.0 2.9

LG 0 12 10 20 15 14 12 0 0 0 3 20

TD 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) PASSING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S ATT CMP YDS PCT Y/A Y/C TD INT LG SK/YD RATE ATT YDS LG TD W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 4 2 26 50.0 6.5 13.0 0/0 70.8 1 6 6 0 0 18 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 4 2 26 50.0 6.5 13.0 0/0 70.8 1 6 6 0 0 18 0 1-0 216

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) OPP. NET. DATE OPPONENT NO. YDS. AVG. RET. YDS. YDS. AVG TB IN20 LG 08/10 Bengals P 2 93 46.5 3 93 46.5 2 51 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1 2 93 46.5 3 93 46.5 2 51 0 0

BK W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

HARRISON BUTKER'S NFL REGULAR SEASON KICKING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP 2017 Panthers 0 2017 Chiefs 2017 TOTAL 2018 Chiefs NFL TOTALS

13 13 16 29

FGM 0

FGA 0

38 38 24 62

42 42 27 69

PCT. LG XP 0.0 0 0 Went from Panthers to Chiefs. 90.5 53 28 90.5 53 28 88.9 54 65 89.9 54 93

XPA 0

PCT. 0.0

BLK 0

PTS 0

28 28 69 97

100.0 100.0 94.2 95.9

0 0 0 0

142 142 137 279

HARRISON BUTKER'S NFL REGULAR SEASON FIELD-GOAL ACCURACY STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2017 Panthers 2017 Chiefs 2017 TOTAL 2018 Chiefs NFL TOTALS

217

1-19 0-0

PCT. 0.0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

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PCT. 0.0

50+ 0-0

PCT. 0.0

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4-5 4-5 2-4 6-9

80.0 80.0 50.0 66.7

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) FIELD GOALS EXTRA POINTS DATE OPPONENT FGM FGA PCT LG XP XPA PCT BLK 08/10 Bengals P 1 1 100.0 35 5 5 100.0 0 2019 TOTALS 1 1 1 100.0 35 5 5 100.0 0

PTS W/L SCORE 8 W 38-17 8 1-0

CHASE LITTON'S NFL REGULAR SEASON PASSING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2018 Chiefs TOTALS

GP 0 0

GS 0 0

ATT. 0 0

CMP. 0 0

PCT. 0.0 0.0

YDS 0 0

AVG. 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0

INT. 0 0

LG 0 0

SK 0 0

LST 0 0

RATE 0.0 0.0

CHASE LITTON'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2018 Chiefs TOTALS

NO. 0 0

YDS. 0 0

AVG. 0.0 0.0

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) PASSING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S ATT CMP YDS PCT Y/A Y/C TD INT LG SK/YD RATE ATT YDS LG TD W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 15 11 122 73.3 8.1 11.1 2 1 29t 1/6 108.9 3 -4 -1 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 15 11 122 73.3 8.1 11.1 2 1 29t 1/6 108.9 3 -4 -1 0 1-0

218

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) PASSING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S ATT CMP YDS PCT Y/A Y/C TD INT LG SK/YD RATE ATT YDS LG TD W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 15 6 77 40.0 5.1 12.8 1 0/0 79.0 2 10 7 0 22 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 15 6 77 40.0 5.1 12.8 1 0/0 79.0 2 10 7 0 22 0 1-0

TYREEK HILL'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2016 Chiefs 16 1 2017 Chiefs 15 13 2018 Chiefs 16 16 NFL 47 30 TOTALS

NO. 61 75 87 223

RECEIVING YDS AVG 593 9.7 1,183 15.8 1,479 17.0 3,255 14.6

LG 49 79t 75t 79t

TD 6 7 12 25

NO. 24 17 22 63

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 267 11.1 59 3.5 151 6.9 477 7.6

LG 70t 16 33 70t

TD 3 0 1 4

LG 95t 82t 91t 95t

TD 2 1 1 4

TYREEK HILL'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RETURN STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2016 Chiefs 2017 Chiefs 2018 Chiefs NFL TOTALS

RET. 14 0 0 14

KICKOFF RETURNS YDS. AVG. 384 27.4 0.0 0 0.0 0 384 27.4

LG 86t 0 0 86t

TD 1 0 0 1

NO. 39 25 20 84

FC 8 9 3 20

PUNT RETURNS YDS AVG 592 15.2 204 8.2 213 10.7 1,009 12.0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

219

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

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DEMARCUS ROBINSON'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2016 Chiefs 16 0 2017 Chiefs 16 8 2018 Chiefs 16 5 NFL 48 13 TOTALS

NO. 0 21 22 43

RECEIVING YDS AVG 0.0 0 212 10.1 288 13.1 500 11.6

LG 0 33 89t 89t

TD 0 0 4 4

NO. 0 0 0 0

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0

DEMARCUS ROBINSON'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RETURN STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2016 Chiefs 2017 Chiefs 2018 Chiefs NFL TOTALS

RET. 0 0 0 0

KICKOFF RETURNS YDS. AVG. 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0

NO. 0 1 1 2

FC 0 1 0 1

PUNT RETURNS YDS AVG 0.0 0 -4 -4.0 0.0 0 -4 -2.0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

220

LG 0 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

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GEHRIG DIETER'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2017 Chiefs 0 0 2018 Chiefs 4 0 NFL 4 0 TOTALS

NO. 0 1 1

RECEIVING YDS AVG 0.0 0 22 22.0 22 22.0

LG 0 22 22

TD 0 0 0

NO. 0 0 0

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG DID NOT PLAY 08/10 Bengals 2019 TOTALS 0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LG 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE W 38-17 0 1-0

BYRON PRINGLE'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2018 Chiefs 0 0 NFL 0 0 TOTALS

221

NO. 0 0

RECEIVING YDS AVG 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

NO. 0 0

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

SAMMY WATKINS' NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2014 Bills 16 16 2015 Bills 13 13 2016 Bills 8 8 2017 Rams 15 14 2018 Chiefs 10 9 NFL 62 60 TOTALS

NO. 65 60 28 39 40 232

RECEIVING YDS AVG 982 15.1 1,047 17.5 430 15.4 593 15.2 519 13.0 3,571 15.4

LG 84 63 62 67t 50 84

TD 6 9 2 8 3 28

NO. 2 1 0 0 5 8

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 8 4.0 1 1.0 0.0 0 0.0 0 52 10.4 61 7.6

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals S 1 7 7 7 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-1 1 7 7.0 7 0 0 0 0

222

LG 5 1 0 0 31 31

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

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PATRICK MAHOMES' NFL REGULAR SEASON PASSING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2017 Chiefs 2018 Chiefs TOTALS

GP 1 16 17

GS 1 16 17

ATT. 35 580 615

CMP. 22 383 405

PCT. 62.9 66.0 65.9

YDS 284 5,097 5,381

AVG. 8.1 8.8 8.7

TD 0 50 50

INT. 1 12 13

LG 51 89t 89t

SK 2 26 28

LST 15 171 186

RATE 76.4 113.8 111.7

PATRICK MAHOMES' NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2017 Chiefs 2018 Chiefs TOTALS

NO. 7 60 67

YDS. 10 272 282

AVG. 1.4 4.5 4.2

LG 5 28 28

TD 0 2 2

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) PASSING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S ATT CMP YDS PCT Y/A Y/C TD INT LG SK/YD RATE ATT YDS LG TD W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals S 4 4 66 100.0 16.5 16.5 0/0 118.8 1 10 10 0 0 36 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-1 4 4 66 100.0 16.5 16.5 0 0/0 118.8 1 10 10 0 36 0 1-0

DATE 09/16/18 09/23/18 10/01/18 10/07/18 10/14/18 10/21/18 10/28/18 11/04/18 11/19/18 12/09/18

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300-YARD PASSING GAMES (10): REGULAR SEASON NO. YDS. AVG. LG 23 326 14.2 40 24 314 13.1 42 28 304 10.9 35 22 313 14.2 40 23 352 15.3 75t 28 358 12.8 50 24 303 12.6 40 23 375 16.3 50t 33 478 14.5 73t 35 377 10.8 48

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals P 2 31 16 17t 1 1 -5 -5 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 31 15.5 17t 1 1 -5 -5

223

TD 6 3 1 0 4 4 4 3 6 2

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

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MARCUS KEMP'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2017 Chiefs 1 0 2018 Chiefs 16 0 NFL 17 0 TOTALS

NO. 0 1 1

RECEIVING YDS AVG 0.0 0 7 7.0 7 7.0

LG 0 7 7

TD 0 0 0

NO. 0 0 0

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0

LG 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0

MARCUS KEMP'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RETURN STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2017 Chiefs 2018 Chiefs NFL TOTALS

RET. 0 0 0

KICKOFF RETURNS YDS. AVG. 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0

NO. 0 0 0

FC 0 0 0

PUNT RETURNS YDS AVG 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals P 1 9 9 9 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 1 9 9.0 9 0 0 0 0

224

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

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TREMON SMITH'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2018 Chiefs 14 1 NFL 14 1 TOTALS

NO. 0 0

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

NO. 0 0

RECEIVING YDS AVG 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

TREMON SMITH'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RETURN STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2018 Chiefs NFL TOTALS

RET. 33 33

KICKOFF RETURNS YDS. AVG. 886 26.8 886 26.8

LG 97 97

TD 0 0

NO. 0 0

FC 0 0

PUNT RETURNS YDS AVG 0.0 0 0.0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RUSHING RECEIVING DATE OPPONENT P/S ATT YDS LG TD NO YDS AVG LG 08/10 Bengals P 3 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 3 5 2 0.0 0 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

MORRIS CLAIBORNE'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2012 Cowboys 15 15 55 43 12 1 1 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 8 1 2 2013 Cowboys 10 7 26 24 2 1 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2014 Cowboys 4 3 7 5 2 1 1 -8 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2015 Cowboys 11 11 35 28 7 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2016 Cowboys 7 7 26 24 2 2 2 0.0 0.0 1 27 27 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2017 Jets 15 15 43 34 9 1 1 0.0 0.0 1 28 28 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2018 Jets 15 15 57 44 13 2 8 0.0 0.0 2 17 17t 1 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL TOTALS 77 73 249 202 47 6 11 0.0 0.0 1 7 64 28 1 49 1 4 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE DID NOT PLAY 08/10 Bengals W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

225

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BASHAUD BREELAND'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 53 9 3 5 0.0 0.0 1 2 0 0 0 14 2 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 59 22 5 8 0.0 0.0 2 56 28 0 16 3 2 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60 11 1 2 1.0 3.0 1 3 32 26 0 11 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 34 13 1 96 96t 1 19 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Went from Redskins to Packers. 2018 Packers 7 5 20 16 4 1 3 0.0 0.0 2 48 26 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2018 TOTAL 7 5 20 16 4 1 3 0.0 0.0 2 48 26 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL TOTALS 67 62 281 222 59 10 18 1.0 3.0 2 10 232 96t 2 64 7 3 -1 9 9 0 0 0 0 0

DATE TEAM GP GS 2014 Redskins 16 15 2015 Redskins 15 14 2016 Redskins 14 14 2017 Redskins 15 14 2018 Redskins 0 0

TK 62 81 71 47 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals S 1 1 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-1 1 1 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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ARMANI WATTS' NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2018 Chiefs 5 0 2 1 1 1 10 1.0 10.0 2 1 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL 5 0 2 1 1 1 10 1.0 10.0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

JORDAN LUCAS' NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2016 Dolphins 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2017 Dolphins 11 0 2 2 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 2018 Chiefs 16 4 28 19 9 1 9 1.0 9.0 2 1 49 49 2 0 0 0 0 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 NFL TOTALS 35 4 30 21 9 1 9 1.0 9.0 2 1 49 49 0 2 0 0 0 10 5 5 0 0 0 0

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE DID NOT PLAY 08/10 Bengals W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RUSHING RECEIVING DATE OPPONENT P/S ATT YDS LG TD NO YDS AVG LG 08/10 Bengals P 5 22 9 1 29 29 29t 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 5 22 9 1 29 29.0 29t 0

228

TD W/L SCORE 1 W 38-17 1 1-0

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MICHAEL HUNTER'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2 0 4 4 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Went from Giants to Jets. 2017 Jets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Went from Jets to Broncos. 2017 Broncos 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2017 TOTAL 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2018 Broncos 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Went from Broncos to Bills. 2018 Bills 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Went from Bills to Texans. 2018 Texans 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2018 TOTAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL TOTALS 6 0 4 4 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

DATE TEAM 2016 Giants 2017 Giants

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1-0

DAMIEN WILLIAMS' NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2014 Dolphins 16 0 2015 Dolphins 16 0 2016 Dolphins 15 0 2017 Dolphins 11 4 2018 Chiefs 16 3 NFL TOTALS 74 7

229

NO. 36 16 35 46 50 183

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 122 3.4 59 3.7 115 3.3 181 3.9 256 5.1 733 4.0

LG 19 19 23 69 25 69

TD 0 0 3 0 4 7

NO. 21 21 23 20 23 108

RECEIVING YDS AVG 187 8.9 142 6.8 249 10.8 155 7.8 160 7.0 893 8.3

LG 32 23 58 24 32 58

TD 1 1 3 1 2 8

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DAMIEN WILLIAMS' NFL REGULAR SEASON RETURN STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2014 Dolphins 2015 Dolphins 2016 Dolphins 2017 Dolphins 2018 Chiefs NFL TOTALS

RET. 5 21 2 0 0 28

KICKOFF RETURNS YDS. AVG. 102 20.4 457 21.8 32 16.0 0.0 0 0.0 0 591 21.1

LG 26 37 17 0 0 37

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

NO. 0 0 0 0 0 0

FC 0 0 0 0 0 0

PUNT RETURNS YDS AVG 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RUSHING RECEIVING DATE OPPONENT P/S ATT YDS LG TD NO YDS AVG LG DID NOT PLAY 08/10 Bengals 2019 TOTALS 0-0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LG 0 0 0 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE W 38-17 0 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 2 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

KENDALL FULLER'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2016 Redskins 13 6 40 32 8 1 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2017 Redskins 16 6 54 42 12 2 5 0.0 0.0 4 4 3 0 10 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2018 Chiefs 15 15 82 64 18 1 1 0.0 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 12 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL TOTALS 44 27 176 138 38 3 6 0.0 0.0 1 6 4 3 0 24 2 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals S 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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HAROLD JONES-QUARTEY'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2015 Bears 13 4 21 18 3 1 1 23 23 2 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 2016 Bears 16 12 74 63 11 2 8 0.0 0.0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 2017 Bears 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Went from Bears to Jets. 2017 Jets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Went from Jets to Eagles. 2017 Eagles 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2017 TOTAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL 29 16 95 81 14 2 8 0.0 0.0 1 2 23 23 0 7 1 0 0 9 7 2 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RUSHING RECEIVING DATE OPPONENT P/S ATT YDS LG TD NO YDS AVG LG 08/10 Bengals P 4 59 47 1 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 4 59 47 1 0.0 0 0 0

232

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

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DARREL WILLIAMS' NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2018 Chiefs 6 0 NFL 6 0 TOTALS

NO. 13 13

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 44 3.4 44 3.4

LG 8 8

TD 0 0

NO. 3 3

RECEIVING YDS AVG 27 9.0 27 9.0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RUSHING RECEIVING DATE OPPONENT P/S ATT YDS LG TD NO YDS AVG LG 08/10 Bengals P 0 1 8 8 8 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 0 1 8 8.0 8 0 0 0

LG 11t 11t

TD 1 1

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1-0

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TYRANN MATHIEU'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK 2013 Cardinals 13 11 67 64 3 6 19 1.0 2014 Cardinals 13 6 38 35 3 2 5 0.0 2015 Cardinals 14 14 89 80 9 11 26 1.0 2016 Cardinals 10 10 35 33 2 3 17 1.0 2017 Cardinals 16 16 74 66 8 6 14 1.0 2018 Texans 16 16 89 70 19 5 25 3.0 NFL TOTALS 82 73 392 348 44 33 106 7.0

INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 10.0 3 2 7 7 0 9 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 4 1 9 9 0 4 0 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9.0 3 5 92 33t 1 17 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11.0 1 1 9 5 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 4 2 16 15 0 7 1 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 20.0 4 2 6 6 0 8 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 53.0 19 13 139 33t 1 49 4 2 19 5 5 0 0 0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals S 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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CARLOS HYDE'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2014 49ers 14 0 2015 49ers 7 7 2016 49ers 13 13 2017 49ers 16 16 2018 Browns 6 5

NO. 83 115 217 240 114

2018 Jaguars 8 2 2018 TOTAL 14 7 NFL TOTALS 64 43

58 172 827

RUSHING YDS. AVG. LG TD NO. 333 4.0 28 4 12 470 4.1 22 3 11 988 4.6 47 6 27 938 3.9 61 8 59 382 3.4 22 5 6 Went from Browns to Jaguars. 189 3.3 19 4 0 571 3.3 22 5 10 3,300 4.0 61 26 119

RECEIVING YDS AVG 68 5.7 53 4.8 163 6.0 350 5.9 29 4.8

LG 16 11 19t 18 9

TD 0 0 3 0 0

4 33 667

6 9 19t

0 0 3

PUNT RETURNS YDS AVG 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0 0

0.0 0.0 0.0

0 0 0

0 0 0

1.0 3.3 5.6

CARLOS HYDE'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RETURN STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2014 49ers 2015 49ers 2016 49ers 2017 49ers 2018 Browns

RET. 11 0 0 0 0

2018 Jaguars 2018 TOTAL NFL TOTALS

0 0 11

KICKOFF RETURNS YDS. AVG. LG TD NO. 268 24.4 30 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 Went from Browns to Jaguars. 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 268 24.4 30 0 0

FC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RUSHING RECEIVING DATE OPPONENT P/S ATT YDS LG TD NO YDS AVG LG 08/10 Bengals P 2 2 1t 1 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 2 1t 1 0.0 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 3 2 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 67 67 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 3 2 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 67 67 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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CHARVARIUS WARD'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2018 Chiefs 13 2 18 17 1 3 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 9 3 0 0 0 0 NFL 13 2 18 17 1 3 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 9 3 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals S 3 3 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-1 3 3 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RUSHING RECEIVING DATE OPPONENT P/S ATT YDS LG TD NO YDS AVG LG 08/10 Bengals P 2 10 7 1 7 7 7 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 10 7 1 7 7.0 7 0

236

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

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D'MONTRE WADE'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2018 Chiefs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 1 1 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 1 1 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals P 2 23 12 22 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 23 11.5 22 0 0 0 0

237

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

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JAMES WINCHESTER'S NFL REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP 2015 Chiefs 16 2016 Chiefs 16 2017 Chiefs 16 2018 Chiefs 16 NFL 64 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT 08/10 Bengals P 2019 TOTALS 1

238

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

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ANTHONY SHERMAN'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2011 Cardinals 15 7 2012 Cardinals 13 4 2013 Chiefs 16 8 2014 Chiefs 16 6 2015 Chiefs 16 2 2016 Chiefs 16 3 2017 Chiefs 16 3 2018 Chiefs 16 1 NFL TOTALS 124 34

NO. 1 0 2 2 1 0 14 1 21

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 3 3.0 0.0 0 3 1.5 8 4.0 0.0 0 0.0 0 40 2.9 2 2.0 56 2.7

LG 3 0 2 4 0 0 9 2 9

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

NO. 8 5 18 10 4 4 6 8 63

RECEIVING YDS AVG 72 9.0 39 7.8 155 8.6 71 7.1 34 8.5 11 2.8 47 7.8 96 12.0 525 8.3

LG 19 19 26 24 18 6 11 36t 36t

TD 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 3

ANTHONY SHERMAN'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RETURN STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2011 Cardinals 2012 Cardinals 2013 Chiefs 2014 Chiefs 2015 Chiefs 2016 Chiefs 2017 Chiefs 2018 Chiefs NFL TOTALS

RET. 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 5

KICKOFF RETURNS YDS. AVG. 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 13 13.0 20 10.0 0.0 0 7 7.0 5 5.0 45 9.0

LG 0 0 0 13 11 0 7 5 13

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

NO. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PUNT RETURNS YDS AVG 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RUSHING RECEIVING DATE OPPONENT P/S ATT YDS LG TD NO YDS AVG LG 08/10 Bengals P 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0

LG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1-0

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DORIAN O'DANIEL'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2018 Chiefs 16 1 29 18 11 2 6 0.0 0.0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 NFL 16 1 29 18 11 2 6 0.0 0.0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 2 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

D'JUAN HINES' NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2018 Chargers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Went from Chargers to Browns. 2018 Browns 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 2018 TOTAL 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 NFL TOTALS 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 0

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

RAYMOND DAVISON'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2018 Chiefs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE NON-FOOTBALL INJURY (NF) 08/10 Bengals W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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NICK KEIZER'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2018 Ravens 0 0 NFL TOTALS 0 0

NO. 0 0

RECEIVING YDS AVG 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

NO. 0 0

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 0.0 0 0.0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals P 3 24 8 11 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 3 24 8.0 11 0 0 0 0

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

DANIEL SORENSEN'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2014 Chiefs 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 6 1 0 0 0 0 2015 Chiefs 16 0 16 14 2 1 7 1.0 7.0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 7 6 1 0 0 0 0 2016 Chiefs 16 1 54 47 7 4 13 1.0 8.0 3 3 48 48t 1 6 2 2 56 9 8 1 0 1 0 0 2017 Chiefs 15 14 88 66 22 5 18 1.5 14.0 7 1 3 3 0 6 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2018 Chiefs 7 4 26 14 12 1 1 54 54t 1 2 0 1 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL 63 19 184 141 43 10 38 3.5 29.0 13 5 105 54t 2 16 2 3 56 24 21 3 0 1 0 0 TOTALS

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals S 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

DARRON LEE'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS TK S 2016 Jets 13 9 70 42 2017 Jets 15 15 94 67 2018 Jets 12 12 73 43 NFL 40 36 237 152 TOTALS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 28 3 10 1.0 7.0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 27 9 44 3.0 19.0 6 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 5 14 0.0 0.0 2 3 82 36t 1 5 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 85 17 68 4.0 26.0 11 3 82 36t 1 11 2 0 0 4 3 1 0 0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 8 4 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 8 4 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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JEREMIAH ATTAOCHU'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK 2014 Chargers 11 0 8 6 2 1 9 2.0 2015 Chargers 15 12 52 42 10 15 60 6.0 2016 Chargers 8 1 7 7 0 2 19 2.0 2017 Chargers 4 0 6 5 1 1 4 0.0 2018 Jets 11 0 9 7 2 1 8 2.0 NFL TOTALS 49 13 82 67 15 20 100 12.0

INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 13.0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 39.0 17 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 19.0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 15.0 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 86.0 28 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 10 8 2 1 0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 1 1 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 1 1 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

ROB MCCRAY'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2018 Chiefs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 1 1 0 1.0 2.0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 1 1 0 1.0 2.0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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ANTHONY HITCHENS' NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK 2014 Cowboys 16 11 73 57 16 3 5 0.0 2015 Cowboys 16 9 71 40 31 5 20 2.0 2016 Cowboys 16 16 78 39 39 4 21 1.5 2017 Cowboys 12 12 91 71 20 8 15 0.0 2018 Chiefs 15 15 135 81 54 7 26 0.0 NFL TOTALS 75 63 448 288 160 27 87 3.5

INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 0.0 2 1 8 8 0 4 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 14.0 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 12.0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 6 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26.0 20 1 8 8 0 7 3 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals S 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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DAMIEN WILSON'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS TK 2015 Cowboys 16 0 7 2016 Cowboys 16 6 30 2017 Cowboys 16 9 39 2018 Cowboys 16 7 36 NFL TOTALS 64 22 112

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 4 3 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 6 2 0 0 0 0 23 7 4 10 0.5 4.0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 26 13 4 0 0 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 6 0 1 0 0 0 23 13 3 8 1.0 8.0 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 3 3 0 0 0 0 76 36 8 19 2.5 13.0 11 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 24 19 5 1 0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals S 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

FRANK CLARK'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS TK 2015 Seahawks 15 0 16 2016 Seahawks 15 5 47 2017 Seahawks 16 12 32 2018 Seahawks 16 16 41 NFL TOTALS 62 33 136

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 15 1 4 19 3.0 16.0 6 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 22 11 43 10.0 68.5 18 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 13 10 64 9.0 73.5 21 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 8 10 42 13.0 52.5 27 1 26 26 0 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 92 44 35 168 35.0 210.5 72 1 26 26 0 6 8 4 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE DID NOT PLAY 08/10 Bengals W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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BEN NIEMANN'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2018 Chiefs 14 1 8 5 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL 14 1 8 5 3 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

BREELAND SPEAKS' NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2018 Chiefs 16 4 24 15 9 3 15 1.5 14.5 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL 16 4 24 15 9 3 15 1.5 14.5 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS

247

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals S 1 1 0 1.0 7.0 1 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-1 1 1 0 1.0 7.0 1 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

REGGIE RAGLAND'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2016 Bills 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2017 Chiefs 12 10 44 31 13 4 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2018 Chiefs 16 15 86 46 40 2 1 0.5 3.5 1 1 67 67 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL 28 25 130 77 53 6 8 0.5 3.5 1 1 67 67 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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RYAN HUNTER'S NFL REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2018 Chiefs 0 0 NFL 0 0 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals P 2019 TOTALS 1-0

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

ZACK GOLDITCH'S NFL REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2018 49ers

GP GS 0 0

2018 Colts

0

0

2018 Cardinals 2018 TOTAL NFL TOTALS

2 2 2

0 0 0

Went from 49ers to Colts. Went from Colts to Cardinals.

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals P 2019 TOTALS 1-0

249

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

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AUSTIN REITER'S NFL REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2015 Redskins 0 0 2016 Redskins 0 0 2016 Browns 2016 TOTAL 2017 Browns 2018 Chiefs NFL TOTALS

1 1 16 11 28

1 1 0 4 5

Went from Redskins to Browns.

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals S 2019 TOTALS 1-1

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals P 2019 TOTALS 1-0

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

250

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals P 2019 TOTALS 1-0

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

KAHLIL MCKENZIE'S NFL REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2018 Chiefs 0 0 NFL 0 0 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals P 2019 TOTALS 1-0

251

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

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JIMMY MURRAY'S NFL REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2018 Chiefs 2 0 NFL 2 0 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals P 2019 TOTALS 1-0

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals P 2019 TOTALS 1-0

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

252

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PACE MURPHY'S NFL REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2016 Rams 2 0 2017 49ers 0 0 2018 Chiefs 0 0 NFL 2 0 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals P 2019 TOTALS 1-0

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

MITCHELL SCHWARTZ'S NFL REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2012 Browns 16 16 2013 Browns 16 16 2014 Browns 16 16 2015 Browns 16 16 2016 Chiefs 16 16 2017 Chiefs 16 16 2018 Chiefs 16 16 NFL TOTALS 112 112

253

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals S 2019 TOTALS 1-1

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

ERIC FISHER'S NFL REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2013 Chiefs 14 13 2014 Chiefs 16 16 2015 Chiefs 16 14 2016 Chiefs 16 16 2017 Chiefs 16 15 2018 Chiefs 16 16 NFL 94 90 TOTALS 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals S 2019 TOTALS 1-1

254

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals P 2019 TOTALS 1-0

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

JUSTIN HAMILTON'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Went from Packers to Seahawks. 2015 Seahawks 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2015 TOTAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2016 Seahawks 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2017 Eagles 3 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0.5 3.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Went from Eagles to Chiefs. 2017 Chiefs 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2017 TOTAL 4 1 3 1 2 1 0 0 0.5 3.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2018 Chiefs 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL TOTALS 8 1 3 1 2 1 0 0 0.5 3.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DATE TEAM 2015 Packers

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 2 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

255

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CAM ERVING'S NFL REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2015 Browns 16 4 2016 Browns 13 13 2017 Chiefs 13 4 2018 Chiefs 14 13 NFL TOTALS 56 34 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals P 2019 TOTALS 1-0

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

LAURENT DUVERNAY-TARDIF'S NFL REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2014 Chiefs 0 0 2015 Chiefs 16 13 2016 Chiefs 14 14 2017 Chiefs 11 11 2018 Chiefs 5 5 NFL 46 43 TOTALS

256

@CHIEFS


2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals S 2019 TOTALS 1-1

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

ANDREW WYLIE'S NFL REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2017 Colts

GP GS 0 0

2017 Browns

0

0

2017 Chargers

0

0

2017 Chiefs 2017 TOTAL 2018 Chiefs NFL TOTALS

0 0 0 0 16 10 16 10

Went from Colts to Browns. Went from Browns to Chargers. Went from Chargers to Chiefs.

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) DATE OPPONENT P/S 08/10 Bengals S 2019 TOTALS 1-1

257

W/L SCORE W 38-17 1-0

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

BLAKE BELL'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2015 49ers 2016 49ers 2017 Vikings 2018 Vikings

GP GS 14 5 13 0 13 3 0 0

NO. 15 4 3 0

2018 Jaguars 10 4 2018 TOTAL 10 4 NFL TOTALS 50 12

8 8 30

RECEIVING YDS AVG LG TD NO. 186 12.4 48 0 0 85 21.3 45 0 0 19 6.3 12 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 Went from Vikings to Jaguars. 67 8.4 16 0 0 67 8.4 16 0 0 357 11.9 48 0 0

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0

0.0 0.0 0.0

0 0 0

0 0 0

PUNT RETURNS YDS AVG 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0

0.0 0.0 0.0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

BLAKE BELL'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RETURN STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2015 49ers 2016 49ers 2017 Vikings 2018 Vikings

RET. 0 0 0 0

2018 Jaguars 2018 TOTAL NFL TOTALS

1 1 1

KICKOFF RETURNS YDS. AVG. LG TD NO. 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 Went from Vikings to Jaguars. 9 9.0 9 0 0 9 9.0 9 0 0 9 9.0 9 0 0

FC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals S 2 37 19 23 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-1 2 37 18.5 23 0 0 0 0

258

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

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DEON YELDER'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2018 Saints 0 0 2018 Chiefs 2018 TOTAL NFL TOTALS

3 3 3

NO. 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

RECEIVING YDS AVG LG TD NO. 0.0 0 0 0 0 Went from Saints to Chiefs. 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 0.0 0

LG 0

TD 0

0.0 0.0 0.0

0 0 0

0 0 0

PUNT RETURNS YDS AVG 0.0 0

LG 0

TD 0

0.0 0.0 0.0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

DEON YELDER'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RETURN STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2018 Saints

RET. 0

2018 Chiefs 2018 TOTAL NFL TOTALS

0 0 0

KICKOFF RETURNS YDS. AVG. LG TD NO. 0.0 0 0 0 0 Went from Saints to Chiefs. 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0

FC 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals P 2 32 16 18 1 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 32 16.0 18 1 0 0 0

259

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals P 2 19 10 11 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 19 9.5 11 0 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals P 1 14 14 14 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 1 14 14.0 14 0 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

260

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

TRAVIS KELCE'S NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2013 Chiefs 1 0 2014 Chiefs 16 11 2015 Chiefs 16 16 2016 Chiefs 16 15 2017 Chiefs 15 15 2018 Chiefs 16 16 NFL 80 73 TOTALS

NO. 0 67 72 85 83 103 410

RECEIVING YDS AVG 0.0 0 862 12.9 875 12.2 1,125 13.2 1,038 12.5 1,336 13.0 5,236 12.8

LG 0 34 42t 80t 44 43 80t

TD 0 5 5 4 8 10 32

NO. 0 0 0 1 2 0 3

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 -5 -5.0 7 3.5 0.0 0 2 0.7

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals S 1 36 36 36 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-1 1 36 36.0 36 0 0 0 0

261

LG 0 0 0 -5 4 0 4

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

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RASHARD DAVIS' NFL REGULAR SEASON RUSHING/RECEIVING STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2017 Eagles 0 0 2018 Eagles 0 0 2018 Raiders 2018 TOTAL NFL TOTALS

0 0 0

NO. 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

RECEIVING YDS AVG LG TD NO. 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 Went from Eagles to Raiders. 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0

RUSHING YDS. AVG. 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

0.0 0.0 0.0

0 0 0

0 0 0

PUNT RETURNS YDS AVG 0.0 0 0.0 0

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

0.0 0.0 0.0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

RASHARD DAVIS' NFL REGULAR SEASON RETURN STATISTICS

DATE TEAM 2017 Eagles 2018 Eagles 2018 Raiders 2018 TOTAL NFL TOTALS

RET. 0 0 0 0 0

KICKOFF RETURNS YDS. AVG. LG TD NO. 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 Went from Eagles to Raiders. 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0

FC 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) RECEIVING RUSHING DATE OPPONENT P/S NO YDS AVG LG TD ATT YDS LG 08/10 Bengals P 1 7 7 7 0 0 0 0 2019 TOTALS 1-0 1 7 7.0 7 0 0 0 0

262

TD W/L SCORE 0 W 38-17 0 1-0

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EMMANUEL OGBAH'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS TK 2016 Browns 16 16 53 2017 Browns 10 10 29 2018 Browns 14 14 40 NFL TOTALS 40 40 122

S 28 18 24 70

TACKLES A TFL YDS SK 25 8 52 5.5 11 5 20 4.0 16 3 10 3.0 52 16 82 12.5

INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 31.5 16 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18.0 5 0 0 0 0 6 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13.5 8 0 0 0 0 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63.0 29 0 0 0 0 17 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE DID NOT PLAY 08/10 Bengals W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

DERRICK NNADI'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2018 Chiefs 16 11 35 17 18 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL 16 11 35 17 18 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS

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2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals S 3 2 1 0.0 0.0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-1 3 2 1 0.0 0.0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

TANOH KPASSAGNON'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS TK S 2017 Chiefs 16 1 13 7 2018 Chiefs 13 0 4 3 NFL 29 1 17 10 TOTALS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 6 3 20 2.0 17.0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 6 0.0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 4 26 2.0 17.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals S 1 1 0 1.0 6.0 1 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-1 1 1 0 1.0 6.0 1 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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JOEY IVIE'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2017 Falcons 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2018 Chiefs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL TOTALS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

HUNTER DIMICK'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2017 Jaguars 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL TOTALS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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CHRIS JONES' NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS TK 2016 Chiefs 16 11 28 2017 Chiefs 16 7 32 2018 Chiefs 16 11 40 NFL 48 29 100 TOTALS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 17 11 5 26 2.0 19.0 10 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 10 5 24 6.5 42.0 13 1 -3 0 0 7 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35 5 19 112 15.5 122.0 29 1 20 20t 1 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 74 26 29 162 24.0 183.0 52 2 17 20t 1 16 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals S 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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ALEX OKAFOR'S NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE TEAM GP GS TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2013 Cardinals 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2014 Cardinals 13 12 30 28 2 11 72 8.0 65.0 13 1 26 26 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2015 Cardinals 13 13 31 25 6 4 9 2.0 1.0 11 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2016 Cardinals 15 0 11 8 3 3 36 3.5 28.5 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 2017 Saints 10 10 43 27 16 5 17 4.5 26.0 9 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2018 Saints 16 16 36 25 11 5 27 4.0 20.0 9 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NFL TOTALS 68 51 151 113 38 28 161 22.0 140.5 48 1 26 26 0 9 3 2 0 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE DID NOT PLAY 08/10 Bengals W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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XAVIER WILLIAMS' NFL REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

DATE TEAM GP GS 2015 Cardinals 4 0 2016 Cardinals 8 1 2017 Cardinals 11 1 2018 Chiefs 16 4 NFL TOTALS 39 6

TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC TK S A TFL YDS SK YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A 2 2 0 1 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 4 2 1 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 16 4 1 4 0.5 5.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 47 25 22 2 13 2.5 17.0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75 47 28 4 20 3.0 22.0 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE DID NOT PLAY 08/10 Bengals W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

2019 GAME-BY-GAME PRESEASON STATISTICS (CHIEFS) TACKLES INTERCEPTIONS O. FUMB ST MISC DATE OPPONENT TK S A SK YDS TFL YDS QBH NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TK S A FF FR S A W/L SCORE 08/10 Bengals P 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 38-17 2019 TOTALS 1-0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0

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Service Most Seasons, Active Players 15 Jerrel Wilson 14 Len Dawson 14 Ed Budde 14 Nick Lowery 14 Will Shields 14 Dustin Colquitt 13 Jim Tyrer 13 Buck Buchanan 13 Emmitt Thomas 13 Jan Stenerud 13 Jack Rudnay 13 John Alt 13 Derrick Johnson 12 Johnny Robinson 12 Dave Hill 12 Bobby Bell 12 Mike Livingston 12 Henry Marshall 12 Tony Gonzalez 12 Tamba Hali

1963-77 1962-75 1963-76 1980-93 1993-06 2005-18 1961-73 1963-75 1966-78 1967-79 1970-82 1984-96 2005-17 1960-71 1963-74 1963-74 1968-79 1976-87 1997-08 2006-17

Most Games Played, Career (All 175+) 224 Will Shields 1993-06 222 Dustin Colquitt 2005-18 212 Nick Lowery 1980-93 203 Jerrel Wilson 1963-77 190 Tony Gonzalez 1997-08 186 Jan Stenerud 1967-79 183 Len Dawson 1962-75 183 Buck Buchanan 1963-75 182 Derrick Johnson 2005-17 181 Emmitt Thomas 1966-78 180 Jim Tyrer 1961-73 179 John Alt 1984-96 178 Jack Rudnay 1970-82 177 Ed Budde 1963-76 177 Tamba Hali 2006-17 Most Games Started, Career (Since 1968) 223 Will Shields 1993-06 174 Tony Gonzalez 1997-08 171 Jack Rudnay 1970-82 169 Derrick Johnson 2005-17 164 Tim Grunhard 1990-00 *158 Len Dawson (*Since 1962) 1962-75 157 Derrick Thomas 1989-99 157 Tamba Hali 2006-17 Most Starts, Rookie, Season 16 Sylvester Hicks 16 Art Still 16 Dave Lutz 16 Kevin Ross 16 Dino Hackett 16 Derrick Thomas 16 Greg Wesley 16 Derrick Johnson 16 Tamba Hali 16 Brandon Carr 16 Glenn Dorsey 16 Eric Berry

1

1978 1978 1983 1984 1986 1989 2000 2005 2006 2008 2008 2010

16 Dontari Poe 16 Marcus Peters 16 Kareem Hunt

2012 2015 2017

Most Consecutive Games Played, Career 224 Will Shields Sept. 5, 1993 - Dec. 31, 2006 186 Jan Stenerud Sept. 9, 1967 - Dec. 16, 1979 180 Jim Tyrer Sept. 10, 1961 - Dec. 2, 1973 168 Bobby Bell Sept. 7, 1963 - Dec. 14, 1974 168 Dustin Colquitt Nov. 9, 2008 - Dec. 30, 2018 166 Buck Buchanan Sept. 7, 1963 - Dec. 1, 1974 Most Consecutive Games Started (Since 1968) 223 Will Shields Sept. 12, 1993 - Dec. 31, 2006 144 Emmitt Thomas Sept. 28, 1968 - Oct. 15, 1978 134 Jim Lynch Sept. 9, 1968 - Nov. 6, 1977 120 Tim Grunhard Sept. 5, 1993 - Oct. 29, 2000 120 Tony Gonzalez Sept. 19, 1999 - Nov. 12, 2006 Most Consecutive Games Started To Begin Career 101 Gary Barbaro 1976-82 64 Brandon Carr 2008-11 51 Art Still 1978-81 41 Tamba Hali 2006-08 37 Greg Wesley 2000-02 Most Games Started, Quarterback, Career 158 Len Dawson 1962-75 88 Trent Green 2001-06 77 Bill Kenney 1979-88 76 Alex Smith 2013-17 75 Mike Livingston 1968-79 52 Steve DeBerg 1988-91 Most Consecutive Games Started, Quarterback 81 Trent Green Sept. 9, 2001 - Sept. 10, 2006 44 Len Dawson Oct. 31, 1965 - Nov. 3, 1968 35 Steve DeBerg Nov. 26, 1989 - Dec. 8, 1991 28 Steve Bono Sept. 3, 1995 - Nov. 24, 1996 28 Elvis Grbac Dec. 26, 1998 - Nov. 19, 2000 28 Len Dawson Sept. 8, 1962 - Nov. 8, 1963 Most Consecutive Seasons Starting Every Game, QB 5 Trent Green 2001-05 2 Len Dawson 1966-67

Scoring Most Points, Career (All 400+) 1,466 Nick Lowery 1,231 Jan Stenerud 517 Ryan Succop 500 Priest Holmes 462 Tony Gonzalez 442 Pete Stoyanovich

1980-93 1967-79 2009-13 2001-07 1997-08 1996-00

Most Seasons, 100 or More Points 11 Nick Lowery 1981, ’83-86, ’88-93 5 Jan Stenerud 1967-71 4 Ryan Succop 2009-10, '12-13 3 Pete Stoyanovich 1997-99 3 Lawrence Tynes 2004-06 3 Cairo Santos 2014-16 2 Lin Elliott 1994-95 2 Morten Andersen 2002-03

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2 2 2 1 1 1

Priest Holmes Larry Johnson Harrison Butker Jack Spikes Abner Haynes Todd Peterson

2002-03 2005-06 2017-18 1960 1962 2001

Most Points, Season (All 125+) 162 Priest Holmes 144 Priest Holmes 142 Harrison Butker 139 Nick Lowery 137 Harrison Butker 129 Jan Stenerud 129 Cairo Santos 129 Cairo Santos 126 Larry Johnson 125 Lawrence Tynes

11 11 8 8

Most Touchdowns, Game 5 Abner Haynes vs. Oakland 5 Jamaal Charles at Oakland 4 Frank Jackson vs. Denver 4 Abner Haynes vs. Boston 4 Frank Jackson at San Diego 4 Bert Coan at Denver 4 Priest Holmes at Cleveland 4 Priest Holmes vs. Atlanta 4 Derrick Blaylock vs. Atlanta 4 Larry Johnson vs. Seattle 3 41 times; Last, Kareem Hunt at Cleveland

2003 2002 2017 1990 2018 1968 2015 2016 2005 2005

Most Points, Non-Kickers, Rookie, Season 72 Abner Haynes 1960 72 Tyreek Hill 2016 66 Billy Jackson 1981 66 Kareem Hunt 2017 48 Johnny Robinson 1960 48 Mike Garrett 1966

Nov. 26, 1961 Dec. 15, 2013 Dec. 10, 1961 Sept. 8, 1962 Dec. 13, 1964 Oct. 23, 1966 Sept. 8, 2002 Oct. 24, 2004 Oct. 24, 2004 Oct. 29, 2006

Most Touchdowns, Career 83 Priest Holmes (76 rush, 7 rec.) 76 Tony Gonzalez (0 rush, 76 rec.) 64 Jamaal Charles (43 rush, 20 rec., 1 KR) 61 Larry Johnson (55 rush, 6 rec.) 60 Otis Taylor (3 rush, 57 rec.) 58 Abner Haynes(39 rush, 17 rec., 1 KR, 1 fum.) Most Touchdowns, Season 27 Priest Holmes (27 rush, 0 rec.) 24 Priest Holmes (21 rush, 3 rec.) 21 Larry Johnson (20 rush, 1 rec) 19 Abner Haynes (13 rush, 6 rec.) 19 Larry Johnson (17 rush, 2 rec.) 19 Jamaal Charles (12 rush, 7 rec.) Most Touchdowns, Rookie, Season 12 Abner Haynes (9 rush, 3 rec.) 12 Tyreek Hill (3 rush, 6 rec., 2 PR, 1 KR)

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1981 2017 1960 1966 Nov. 26, 1961 Dec. 15, 2013 Dec. 10, 1961 Sept. 8, 1962 Dec. 13, 1964 Oct. 23, 1966 Sept. 8, 2002 Oct. 24, 2004 Oct. 24, 2004 Oct. 29, 2006 Nov. 4, 2018

Most Consecutive Games Scoring Touchdowns 11 Priest Holmes 2002 9 Larry Johnson 2006 8 Priest Holmes 2003-04 8 Larry Johnson 2004-05 8 Kareem Hunt 2018 7 Marcus Allen 1993 7 Priest Holmes 2004-05 7 Larry Johnson 2005 7 Dwayne Bowe 2010 7 Jamaal Charles 2013

Most Points, Kickers, Rookie, Season 142 Harrison Butker 2017 113 Cairo Santos 2014 108 Jan Stenerud 1967 104 Jack Spikes 1960 104 Ryan Succop 2009 Most Points, Game 30 Abner Haynes vs. Oakland 30 Jamaal Charles at Oakland 24 Frank Jackson vs. Denver 24 Abner Haynes vs. Boston 24 Frank Jackson at San Diego 24 Bert Coan at Denver 24 Priest Holmes at Cleveland 24 Priest Holmes vs. Atlanta 24 Derrick Blaylock vs. Atlanta 24 Larry Johnson vs. Seattle

Billy Jackson (10 rush, 1 rec.) Kareem Hunt (8 rush, 3 rec.) Johnny Robinson (4 rush, 4 rec.) Mike Garrett (6 rush, 1 rec., 1 PR)

2001-07 1997-08 2008-16 2003-09 1965-75 1960-64

2003 2002 2005 1962 2006 2013 1960 2016

Most Points After TD Attempted, Career 483 Nick Lowery 1980-93 409 Jan Stenerud 1967-79 164 Peteâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;Stoyanovich 1996-00 160 Ryan Succop 2009-13 149 Tommy Brooker 1962-66 Most Points After TD Attempted, Season 69 Harrison Butker 2018 60 Lawrence Tynes 2004 59 Morten Andersen 2003 52 Ryan Succop 2013 51 Morten Andersen 2002 46 Tommy Brooker 1964 Most Points After TD Attempted, 8 Tommy Brooker at Denver 8 Mike Mercer at Denver 8 Lawrence Tynes vs. Atlanta 8 Ryan Succop at Oakland

Game Sept. 7, 1963 Oct. 23, 1966 Oct. 24, 2004 Dec. 15, 2013

Most Points After TD Made, Career 479 Nick Lowery 1980-93 394 Jan Stenerud 1967-79 163 Pete Stoyanovich 1996-00 160 Ryan Succop 2009-13 149 Tommy Brooker 1962-66 Most Points After TD Made, Season 65 Harrison Butker 2018 58 Morten Andersen 2003 58 Lawrence Tynes 2004 52 Ryan Succop 2013 51 Morten Andersen 2002

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46 Tommy Brooker

1964

Most Points After TD Made, Game 8 Tommy Brooker at Denver 8 Mike Mercer at Denver 8 Lawrence Tynes vs. Atlanta 8 Ryan Succop at Oakland 7 Cotton Davidson vs. Denver 7 T. Brooker at N.Y. Titans 7 Jack Spikes vs. Denver 7 Tommy Brooker vs. Houston 7 Morten Andersen vs. Arizona 7 Morten Andersen vs. St. Louis 7 Lawrence Tynes at Tennessee

Sept. 7, 1963 Oct. 23, 1966 Oct. 24, 2004 Dec. 15, 2013 Dec.10, 1961 Nov. 11, 1962 Dec. 8, 1963 Nov. 28, 1965 Dec. 1, 2002 Dec. 8, 2002 Dec. 13, 2004

Most Consecutive Points After TD 197 Nick Lowery 1983-89 160 Ryan Succop 2009-13 155 Jan Stenerud 1968-73 149 Tommy Brooker 1962-66 Highest Point After Percentage, Career (100 PATs) 100.00 Ryan Succop (160-160) 2009-13 100.00 Tommy Brooker (149-149) 1962-66 99.39 Pete Stoyanovich (163-164) 1996-00 99.17 Nick Lowery (479-483) 1980-93 99.09 Morten Andersen (109-110) 2002-03 97.16 Lawrence Tynes (137-141) 2004-06 Most Field Goals Attempted, Career 436 Jan Stenerud 1967-79 410 Nick Lowery 1980-93 147 Ryan Succop 2009-13 115 Pete Stoyanovich 1996-00 105 Cairo Santos 2014-17 Most Field Goals Attempted, Season 44 Jan Stenerud 1971 42 Jan Stenerud 1970 42 Harrison Butker 2017 40 Jan Stenerud 1968 Most Field Goals Attempted, Game 7 Cairo Santos at Cincinnati October 4, 2015 7 Jan Stenerud vs. Buffalo Dec. 19, 1971 6 Tommy Brooker vs. San Diego Dec. 16, 1962 6 Jan Stenerud 6 times Last; at Washington Oct. 10, 1976 6 Todd Peterson vs. Denver Dec. 16, 2001 6 Ryan Succop at New Orleans Sept. 23, 2012 6 Harrison Butker vs. Miami Dec. 24, 2017 Most Seasons Leading League, Field Goals Made 3 Jan Stenerud 1967, ’70, ’75 Most Field Goals Made, Career 329 Nick Lowery 279 Jan Stenerud 119 Ryan Succop 93 Pete Stoyanovich 89 Cairo Santos

1980-93 1967-79 2009-13 1996-00 2014-17

Most Field Goals Made, Season 38 Harrison Butker 2017 34 Nick Lowery 1990 31 Cairo Santos 2016

3

30 Jan Stenerud 30 Cairo Santos 28 Ryan Succop

1968, ’70 2015 2012

Most Field Goals Made, Rookie, Season 38 Harrison Butker 2017 25 Ryan Succop 2009 25 Cairo Santos 2014 21 Jan Stenerud 1967 13 Jack Spikes 1960 12 Tommy Brooker 1962 Most Field Goals Made, Game 7 Cairo Santos at Cincinnati 6 Ryan Succop at New Orleans 5 Jan Stenerud Last; vs. Buffalo 5 Nick Lowery Last; vs. Denver 5 Ryan Succop vs. Minnesota 5 Cairo Santos at Denver 5 Harrison Butker Last; vs. Miami 4 Tommy Brooker vs. San Diego 4 Mike Mercer at N.Y. Jets 4 Lin Elliott vs. Seattle 4 Jan Stenerud 4 Nick Lowery 4 Pete Stoyanovich 4 Todd Peterson vs. Denver 4 Lawrence Tynes Last; vs. Denver 4 Nick Novak vs. Denver 4 Ryan Succop Last; at Tennessee 4 Cairo Santos Last; at Carolina 4 Harrison Butker Last; at New England

Oct. 5, 2015 Sept. 23, 2012 3 times Dec. 19, 1971 4 times Sept. 20, 1993 Oct. 2, 2011 Nov. 15, 2015 3 times Dec. 24, 2017 Dec. 16, 1962 Nov. 27, 1966 Dec. 24, 1995 10 times 8 times 2 times Dec. 16, 2001 2 times Nov. 23, 2006 Sept. 28, 2008 4 times Oct. 6, 2013 5 times Nov. 13, 2016 2 times Oct. 14, 2018

Most Consecutive Games Scoring Field Goals 15 Lawrence Tynes 2004-05 14 Jan Stenerud 1970 14 Harrison Butker 2017-18 12 Pete Stoyanovich 1997-98 11 Jan Stenerud 1968-69 11 Jan Stenerud 1971-72 11 Nick Lowery 1985-86 11 Morten Andersen 2002 Most Consecutive Games Scoring Field Goals, Single Season 14 Jan Stenerud 1970 13 Harrison Butker 2017 12 Lawrence Tynes 2005 11 Morten Andersen 2002 Most Consecutive Field Goals Made 23 Harrison Butker 2017 22 Pete Stoyanovich 1997-98 22 Ryan Succop 2011 21 Nick Lowery 1990 21 Nick Lowery 1991 16 Jan Stenerud 1969

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Longest Field Goal 58 Nick Lowery at Washington 58 Nick Lowery vs. L.A. Raiders 57 Nick Lowery vs. Seattle 55 Jan Stenerud at Denver 54 Jan Stenerud at Houston 54 Jan Stenerud at Denver 54 Jan Stenerud at San Francisco 54 Nick Lowery vs. L.A. Raiders 54 Nick Lowery at Detroit 54 Pete Stoyanovich vs. Denver 54 Ryan Succop vs. Minnesota 54 Cairo Santos at Houston 54 Harrison Butker at Seattle

Sept. 18, 1983 Sept. 12, 1985 Sept. 14, 1980 Oct. 4, 1970 Sept. 9, 1967 Oct. 5, 1969 Dec. 6, 1971 Nov. 6, 1983 Nov. 26, 1987 Nov. 16, 1997 Oct. 2, 2011 Sept. 18, 2016 Dec. 23, 2018

Highest Field Goal Percentage, Career (100 Attempts) 84.8 Cairo Santos (89-105) 2014-17 81.0 Ryan Succop (119-147) 2009-13 80.9 Pete Stoyanovich (93-115) 1996-00 80.2 Nick Lowery (329-410) 1980-93 64.0 Jan Stenerud (279-436) 1967-79 Highest Field Goal Percentage, Season 96.3 Pete Stoyanovich (26-27) 1997 91.9 Nick Lowery (34-37) 1990 91.6 Nick Lowery (22-24) 1992 90.5 Harrison Butker (38-42) 2017 88.9 Nick Lowery (24-27) 1985 88.9 Harrison Butker (24-27) 2018 Highest Field Goal Percentage, Career At Arrowhead 88.1 Pete Stoyanovich (52-59) 1996-00 85.6 Nick Lowery (179-209) 1980-93 84.6 Harrison Butker (33-39) 2017-18 82.4 Ryan Succop (61-74) 2009-13 79.2 Cairo Santos (38-48) 2014-17 Attempts Less Than 40 Yards, Season (15 Attempts) 23-26 Cairo Santos 2016 24-25 Harrison Butker 2017 21-21 Nick Lowery 1991 20-20 Pete Stoyanovich 1998 16-20 Ryan Succop 2012 17-18 Cairo Santos 2014 17-18 Cairo Santos 2015 17-17 Ryan Succop 2009 16-16 Morten Andersen 2002 16-16 Harrison Butker 2018 15-16 Ryan Succop 2013 14-15 Ryan Succop 2011 Most Field Goals, No Misses, Game 7 Cairo Santos at Cincinnati Oct. 4, 2015 6 Ryan Succop at New Orleans Sept. 23, 2012 5 Jan Stenerud at Buffalo Nov. 2, 1969 5 Jan Stenerud vs. Buffalo Dec. 7, 1969 5 Nick Lowery vs. L.A. Raiders Sept. 12, 1985 5 Nick Lowery at Chicago Dec. 29, 1990 5 Nick Lowery vs. Denver Sept. 20, 1993 5 Ryan Succop vs. Minnesota Oct. 2, 2011 5 Harrison Butker at Houston Oct. 8, 2017 5 Harrison Butker vs. Denver Oct. 30, 2017 Most Field Goals, 50 or More Yards, Career

4

20 12 9 7 6 6 5

Nick Lowery Jan Stenerud Ryan Succop Cairo Santos Lawrence Tynes Harrison Butker Pete Stoyanovich

1980-93 1967-79 2009-13 2014-16 2004-06 2017-18 1996-99

Most Field Goals, 50 or More Yards, Season 4 Nick Lowery 1980 4 Cairo Santos 2015 4 Harrison Butker 2017 3 Nick Lowery 1985, ’88 3 Ryan Succop 2011 2 Pete Stoyanovich 1997, ’98 2 Lawrence Tynes 2004, 2005, 2006 2 Ryan Succop 2009, '12 2 Cairo Santos 2016 2 Harrison Butker 2018 Most Field Goals, 50 or More Yards, Game 2 Nick Lowery vs. Seattle Sept. 14, 1980 2 Nick Lowery at New Orleans Sept. 8, 1985 2 Nick Lowery at Detroit Nov. 26, 1987 2 Lawrence Tynes at Miami Oct. 21, 2005 2 Ryan Succop vs. Minnesota Oct. 2, 2011 2 Cairo Santos at Cincinnati Oct. 4, 2015 Most Defensive Touchdowns, Career 8 Bobby Bell (6 INTs, 2 FRs) 1963-74 5 Emmitt Thomas (5 INTs) 1966-78 5 Jim Kearney (5 INTs) 1967-75 5 Eric Berry (5 INTs) 2010-16 4 Lloyd Burruss (4 INTs) 1981-91 4 Derrick Thomas (4 FRs) 1989-99 4 James Hasty (3 INTs, 1 FR) 1995-99 4 Derrick Johnson (4 INTs) 2005-16 Most Defensive Touchdowns, Season 4 Jim Kearney (4 INTs) 3 David Webster (2 INTs, 1 FR) 3 Lloyd Burruss (3 INTs) 3 Charles Mincy (2 INTs, 1 FR) 3 Mark McMillian (3 INTs)

1972 1960 1986 1992 1997

Most Defensive Touchdowns, Game 2 Jim Kearney at Denver Oct. 1, 1972 2 Lloyd Burruss vs. San Diego Oct. 19, 1986 2 Cris Dishman at Oakland Nov. 28, 1999 2 Derrick Johnson at Denver Jan. 3, 2010 Most Special Teams Touchdowns, Career 11 Dante Hall (5 PRs, 6 KORs) 2000-06 8 Tamarick Vanover (4 PRs, 4 KORs) 1995-99 5 Tyreek Hill (4 PRs, 1 KOR) 2016-18 4 J.T. Smith (4 PRs) 1978-84 3 Dexter McCluster (3 PRs) 2010-13 2 Five players tied Most Special Teams Touchdowns, Season 4 Dante Hall (2 PRs, 2 KRs) 2003 3 Tamarick Vanover (2 KRs, 1 PR) 1995 3 Dante Hall (2 PRs, 1 KR) 2002 3 Tyreek Hill (2 PRs, 1 KR) 2016 2 J.T. Smith (2 PRs) 1979

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2 2 2 2 2

J.T. Smith (2 PRs) Paul Palmer (2 KRs) Dale Carter (2 PRs) Dante Hall (2 KRs) Dexter McCluster (2 PRs)

1980 1987 1992 2004 2013

Most Safeties, Career 3 Derrick Thomas 2 Bill Maas 2 Dan Saleaumua 2 Joe Phillips 1 Buck Buchanan 1 Willie Lanier 1 John Lohmeyer 1 Ed Beckman 1 Dino Hackett 1 Albert Lewis 1 Rob McGovern 1 Bernard Pollard 1 Tamba Hali 1 Justin Houston 1 D.J. Alexander

1989-98 1984-92 1989-96 1992-97 1963-75 1967-77 1973, ’75-77 1977-84 1986-92 1983-93 1989-90 2006-08 2006-16 2011-16 2015-16

Most Safeties, Season 1 Buck Buchanan 1 Willie Lanier 1 John Lohmeyer 1 Ed Beckman 1 Dino Hackett 1 Albert Lewis 1 Bill Maas 1 Rob McGovern 1 Dan Saleaumua 1 Derrick Thomas 1 Joe Phillips 1 Bernard Pollard 1 Tamba Hali 1 Justin Houston 1 D.J. Alexander

1968 1974 1976 1978 1988 1988 1988, ’90 1989 1991, ’96 1994, ’97, ’98 1997 2007 2009 2012 2015

Most Two-Point Conversions, Career 3 Tony Gonzalez 1997-08 3 Travis Kelce 2013-18 2 Bo Dickinson 1960-61 2 Curtis McClinton 1962-69 2 Jerrel Wilson 1963-77 2 Reg Carolan 1964-68 2 Trent Green 2001-06 2 Eddie Kennison 2001-07 Most Two-Point Conversions, Season 2 Bo Dickinson 1961 2 Travis Kelce 2015 Most Two-Point Conversion Passes, Career 8 Len Dawson 1962-75 4 Trent Green 2001-06 4 Alex Smith 2013-17 2 Randy Duncan 1961 2 Elvis Grbac 1997-00

Rushing Most Seasons Leading League in Rushing 1 Abner Haynes 1960

5

1 Christian Okoye 1 Priest Holmes 1 Kareem Hunt

1989 2001 2017

Most Rushing Attempts, Career 1,375 Larry Johnson 1,332 Jamaal Charles 1,321 Priest Holmes 1,246 Christian Okoye 1,157 Ed Podolak

2003-09 2008-16 2001-07 1987-92 1969-77

Most Rushing Attempts, Season *416 Larry Johnson 370 Christian Okoye 336 Larry Johnson 327 Priest Holmes 320 Priest Holmes *NFL RECORD

2006 1989 2005 2001 2003

Most Rushing Attempts, Consecutive 752 Larry Johnson (336, 416) 640 Priest Holmes (327, 313) 633 Priest Holmes (313, 320) 615 Christian Okoye (370, 245) 574 Larry Johnson (416, 158)

Seasons 2005-06 2001-02 2002-03 1989-90 2006-07

Most Rushing Attempts, Rookie, Season 272 Kareem Hunt 2017 234 Joe Delaney 1981 174 Robert Holmes 1968 157 Christian Okoye 1987 156 Abner Haynes 1960 Most Rushing Attempts, Game 39 Larry Johnson vs. Seattle 38 Christian Okoye at Green Bay 37 Christian Okoye vs. Seattle 36 Larry Johnson at Houston 35 Barry Word vs. L.A. Raiders Most Rushing Yards, Career 7,260 Jamaal Charles 6,070 Priest Holmes 6,015 Larry Johnson 4,897 Christian Okoye 4,451 Ed Podolak

Oct. 29, 2006 Dec. 10, 1989 Nov. 5, 1989 Nov. 20, 2005 Dec. 22, 1991 2008-16 2001-07 2003-09 1987-92 1969-77

Most Rushing Yards, Season (All 1,000+) 1,789 Larry Johnson 2006 1,750 Larry Johnson 2005 1,615 Priest Holmes 2002 1,555 Priest Holmes 2001 1,509 Jamaal Charles 2012 1,480 Christian Okoye 1989 1,467 Jamaal Charles 2010 1,420 Priest Holmes 2003 1,327 Kareem Hunt 2017 1,287 Jamaal Charles 2013 1,121 Joe Delaney 1981 1,120 Jamaal Charles 2009 1,087 Mike Garrett 1967 1,053 Tony Reed 1978 1,049 Abner Haynes 1962 1,033 Jamaal Charles 2014 1,031 Christian Okoye 1991

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1,015 Barry Word

1990

7 Priest Holmes 7 Jamaal Charles

Most Rushing Yards, Consecutive Seasons 3,539 Larry Johnson (1,750, 1,789) 2005-06 3,170 Priest Holmes (1,555, 1,615) 2001-02 3,035 Priest Holmes (1,615, 1,420) 2002-03 2,796 Jamaal Charles (1,509, 1,287) 2012-13 2,348 Larry Johnson (1,789, 559) 2006-07

Most Games, 100 or More Rushing Yards, Rookie, Season 6 Kareem Hunt 2017 5 Joe Delaney 1981 3 Curtis McClinton 1962 2 Mike Garrett 1966 2 Robert Holmes 1968 2 Abner Haynes 1960 2 Woody Green 1974

Most Rushing Yards, Rookie, Season 1,327 Kareem Hunt 2017 1,121 Joe Delaney 1981 875 Abner Haynes 1960 866 Robert Holmes 1968 801 Mike Garrett 1966 Most Rushing Yards, Game (All 200+) 259 Jamaal Charles at Denver Jan. 3, 2010 233 Jamaal Charles at New Orleans Sept. 23, 2012 226 Jamaal Charles vs. Indianapolis Dec. 23, 2012 211 Larry Johnson at Houston Nov. 20, 2005 201 Larry Johnson vs. Cincinnati Jan. 1, 2006 200 Barry Word at Detroit Oct. 14, 1990 Most Rushing Yards, Rookie, Game (All 193 Joe Delaney vs. Houston 172 Kareem Hunt at Los Angeles Chargers 161 Mike Garrett at San Diego 158 Robert Holmes at Cincinnati 157 Abner Haynes at N.Y. Titans 155 Kareem Hunt vs. Los Angeles Chargers 150 Kolby Smith vs. Oakland

150+) Nov. 15, 1981 Sept. 24, 2017 Dec. 18, 1966 Nov. 10, 1968 Nov. 24, 1960 Dec. 16, 2017 Nov. 25, 2007

Most Rushing Yards, Consecutive Games (All 300+) 361 (102, 259) J. Charles Dec. 27, 2009 - Jan. 3, 2010 343 (132, 211) Larry Johnson Nov. 13-20, 2005 332 (131, 201) L. Johnson Dec. 24, 2005 - Jan. 1, 2006 330 (211, 119) Larry Johnson Nov. 20-27, 2005 327 (155, 172) Larry Johnson Oct. 29 - Nov. 5, 2006 321 (233, 88) Jamaal Charles Sept. 23-30, 2012 319 (121, 198) Larry Johnson Sept. 21-28, 2008 311 (154, 157) Larry Johnson Nov. 19-23, 2006 310 (197, 113) Priest Holmes Nov. 24 - Dec. 1, 2002 310 (143, 167) Larry Johnson Dec. 11-17, 2005 301 (104, 197) Priest Holmes Nov. 17-24, 2002 Most Rushing Yards vs. One Opponent, Season 327 (172, 155) Kareem Hunt vs. Los Angeles Chargers 315 (56, 259) Jamaal Charles vs. Denver 289 (154, 135) Larry Johnson vs. Oakland 283 (126, 157) Larry Johnson vs. Denver 282 (156, 126) Christian Okoye vs. Seattle

2017 2009 2006 2006 1989

Most Games, 100 or More Rushing Yards, Career 30 Larry Johnson 2003-09 24 Priest Holmes 2001-07 23 Jamaal Charles 2008-16 14 Christian Okoye 1987-92 13 Abner Haynes 1960-65 Most Games, 100 or More Rushing Yards, Season 11 Larry Johnson 2006 10 Larry Johnson 2005 9 Priest Holmes 2002 8 Christian Okoye 1989

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2001 2012

Most Consecutive Games, 100 or More Rushing Yards 9 Larry Johnson Nov. 6, 2005 - Jan. 1, 2006 5 Priest Holmes Nov. 17 - Dec. 15, 2002 4 Larry Johnson Nov. 19 - Dec. 10, 2006 4 Jamaal Charles Dec. 13, 2009 - Jan. 3 2010 3 Joe Delaney Oct. 4 - Oct. 18, 1981 3 Christian Okoye Sept. 24 - Oct. 8, 1989 3 Christian Okoye Oct. 22 - Nov. 5, 1989 3 Larry Johnson Dec. 5 - Dec. 19, 2004 3 Larry Johnson Oct. 22 - Nov. 5, 2006 3 Jamaal Charles Nov. 25 - Dec. 9, 2012 3 Kareem Hunt Sept.24 - Oct. 8, 2017 Longest Run From Scrimmage 91 (TD) Jamaal Charles 86 (TD) Jamaal Charles 84 (TD) Ted McKnight at Seattle 82 (TD) Joe Delaney vs. Denver 82 (TD) Derrick Alexander vs. Pittsburgh 80 (TD) Abner Haynes at N.Y. Jets 80 (TD) Warren McVea vs. Cincinnati 80 Jamaal Charles at St. Louis 80 (TD) Jamaal Charles at Cleveland

Sept. 23, 2012 Dec. 23, 2012 Sept. 30, 1979 Oct. 18, 1981 Dec. 12, 1999 Nov. 29, 1964 Oct. 26, 1969 Dec. 19, 2010 Dec. 9, 2012

Most Rushing Yards, QB, Career 1,672 Alex Smith 2013-17 1,253 Len Dawson 1962-75 712 Steve Fuller 1979-82 692 Trent Green 2001-06 682 Mike Livingston 1968-79 Most Rushing Yards, QB, Season 498 Alex Smith 2015 431 Alex Smith 2013 386 Tyler Thigpen 2008 355 Alex Smith 2017 274 Steve Fuller 1980 Most 10+ Yard Rushes, Career 196 Jamaal Charles 190 Priest Holmes 137 Larry Johnson 71 Marcus Allen 63 Kimble Anders Most 10+ Yard Rushes, Season 53 Priest Holmes 52 Priest Holmes 49 Larry Johnson 47 Larry Johnson 45 Jamaal Charles

2008-16 2001-07 2003-09 1993-97 1991-00 2002 2001 2006 2005 2010

Most 10+ Yard Rushes, Game

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Priest Holmes at Oakland Priestâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;Holmes at Seattle Larry Johnson at N.Y. Giants Jamaal Charles vs. Buffalo

Dec. 9, 2001 Nov. 24, 2002 Dec. 17, 2005 Oct. 31, 2010

Highest Rushing Average, Career (400 attempts) 5.45 Jamaal Charles (1,332-7,260) 2008-16 4.80 Abner Haynes (794-3,814) 1960-64 4.60 Priest Holmes (1,321-6,070) 2001-07 4.57 Kimble Anders (495-2,261) 1991-00 4.44 Ted McKnight (528-2,344) 1977-81 Highest Rushing Average, Season (100 attempts) 6.38 Jamaal Charles (230-1,467) 2010 6.03 Ted McKnight (104-627) 1978 5.89 Jamaal Charles (190-1,120) 2009 5.61 Abner Haynes (156-875) 1960 5.49 Mack Lee Hill (105-576) 1964 Highest Rushing Average, Game (10 attempts) 14.27 A. Haynes at N.Y. Titans (11-157) Nov. 24, 1960 12.25 T. McKnight at Seattle (12-147) Sept. 30, 1979 11.58 E. Podolak vs. Denver (12-139) Dec. 6, 1970 11.45 J. Charles at St. Louis (11-126) Dec. 19, 2010 11.29 A. Haynes vs. Oakland (14-158) Nov. 26, 1961 Most Rushing Touchdowns, Career 76 Priest Holmes 2001-07 55 Larry Johnson 2003-09 44 Marcus Allen 1993-97 43 Jamaal Charles 2008-16 40 Christian Okoye 1987-92 39 Abner Haynes 1960-65 Most Rushing Touchdowns, QB, Career 10 Alex Smith 2013-17 9 Len Dawson 1962-75 7 Mike Livingston 1968-79 6 Pete Beathard 1964-73 Rich Gannon 1995-98 Most Rushing Touchdowns, Season 27 Priest Holmes 2003 21 Priest Holmes 2002 20 Larry Johnson 2005 17 Larry Johnson 2006 14 Priest Holmes 2004 Most Rushing Touchdowns, Consecutive Seasons 48 Priest Holmes (21, 27) 2002-03 41 Priest Holmes (27, 14) 2003-04 37 Larry Johnson (20, 17) 2005-06 29 Priest Holmes (8, 21) 2001-02 29 Larry Johnson (9, 20) 2004-05 Most Rushing Touchdowns, Rookie, Season 10 Billy Jackson 1981 9 Abner Haynes 1960 8 Kareem Hunt 2017 7 Robert Holmes 1968 6 Mike Garrett 1966 Most Rushing Touchdowns, Game 4 Abner Haynes vs. Oakland 4 Priest Holmes at Cleveland 4 Priest Holmes vs. Atlanta

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Nov. 26, 1961 Sept. 8, 2002 Oct. 24, 2004

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Derrick Blaylock vs. Atlanta Jack Spikes vs. Houston Abner Haynes vs. Boston Bert Coan at Denver Ed Podolak at Detroit Ed Podolak vs. Cleveland Billy Jackson at Oakland Marcus Allen at Seattle Donnell Bennett at Philadelphia Bam Morris at San Diego Priest Holmes vs. Denver Priest Holmes vs. Pittsburgh Priest Holmes vs. Buffalo Priest Holmes vs. Detroit Priest Holmes at Minnesota Priest Holmes at Denver Priest Holmes vs. Indianapolis Larry Johnson at Dallas Larry Johnson vs. Cincinnati Larry Johnson vs. Seattle Larry Johnson vs. Jacksonville Jamaal Charles at Green Bay

Oct. 24, 2004 Oct. 1, 1961 Sept. 8, 1962 Oct. 23, 1966 Nov. 25, 1971 Dec. 12, 1976 Oct. 25, 1981 Dec. 5, 1993 Sept. 27, 1998 Nov. 22, 1998 Oct. 20, 2002 Sept. 14, 2003 Oct. 26, 2003 Dec. 14, 2003 Dec. 20, 2003 Sept. 12, 2004 Oct. 31, 2004 Dec. 11, 2005 Jan. 1, 2006 Oct. 29, 2006 Dec. 31, 2006 Sept. 28, 2015

Most Rushing Touchdowns, Consecutive Games 7 Priest Holmes Oct. 24-31, 2004 6 Priest Holmes Dec. 14-20, 2003 5 Priest Holmes 5 times Last; Dec. 20-28, 2003 5 Larry Johnson 3 times Last; Oct. 22-29, 2006 Most Consecutive Games With Rushing Touchdown 11 Priest Holmes Sept. 22 - Dec. 8, 2002 8 Priest Holmes Nov. 23, 2003 - Sept. 19, 2004 8 Larry Johnson Nov. 28, 2004 - Sept. 18, 2005 7 Larry Johnson Nov. 20, 2005 - Jan. 1, 2006 7 Larry Johnson Oct. 15 - Nov. 23, 2006 Most Rushing Touchdowns, QB, Season 5 Steve Bono 1995 Alex Smith 2016 4 Pete Beathard 1965 Steve Fuller 1980 3 Five Players Tied

Passing Most Seasons Leading League in Passing 4 Len Dawson 1962, 1964, 1966, 1968 Highest Passer Rating Career (1,000 attempts) 94.8 Alex Smith 2013-17 87.3 Trent Green 2001-06 83.2 Len Dawson 1962-75 81.8 Steve DeBerg 1988-91 80.6 Elvis Grbac 1997-00 Highest Passer Rating, Season (200 attempts) 113.8 Patrick Mahomes 2018 104.7 Alex Smith 2017 101.9 Len Dawson 1966 98.8 Len Dawson 1968 98.4 Len Dawson 1962 98.0 Damon Huard 2006 96.3 Steve DeBerg 1990

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Highest Passer Rating, Rookie, Season 112.3 Todd Blackledge 1983 76.4 Patrick Mahomes 2017 66.7 Hunter Enis 1960 55.8 Steve Fuller 1979 Highest Passer Rating, Game (20 attempts) 158.3 Trent Green vs. Detroit Dec. 14, 2003 158.3 Alex Smith at Oakland Dec. 15, 2013 156.6 Steve Bono at Seattle Sept. 3, 1995 154.8 Patrick Mahomes at Pittsburgh Sept. 16, 2018 154.3 Trent Green at Washington Sept. 30, 2001 148.6 Alex Smith at New England Sept. 7, 2017 147.6 Bill Kenney at San Diego Dec. 16, 1984 146.0 Joe Montana at Tampa Bay Sept. 5, 1993 Most 100.0+ Passer Rating Games, Career 30 Len Dawson 1962-75 29 Alex Smith 2013-17 27 Trent Green 2001-06 19 Steve DeBerg 1988-91 14 Bill Kenney 1980-88 Most 100.0+ Passer Rating Games, Season 13 Patrick Mahomes 2018 10 Steve DeBerg 1990 9 Alex Smith 2017 7 Trent Green 2003 7 Trent Green 2004 6 Alex Smith 2015 6 Matt Cassel 2010 Most Passes Attempted, Career 3,696 Len Dawson 1962-75 2,777 Trent Green 2001-06 2,436 Alex Smith 2013-17 2,430 Bill Kenney 1979-88 1,751 Mike Livingston 1968-79 1,616 Steve DeBerg 1988-91 Most Passes Attempted, Season (All 500+) 603 Bill Kenney 1983 580 Patrick Mahomes 2018 556 Trent Green 2004 547 Elvis Grbac 2000 523 Trent Green 2001 523 Trent Green 2003 520 Steve Bono 1995 508 Alex Smith 2013 507 Trent Green 2005 505 Alex Smith 2017 Most Passes Attempted, Consecutive Seasons 1,079 Trent Green (523, 556) 2003-04 1,063 Trent Green (556, 507) 2004-05 1,046 Elvis Grbac (499, 547) 1999-00 994 Alex Smith (489, 505) 2016-17 993 Trent Green (523, 470) 2001-02 993 Trent Green (470, 523) 2002-03 Most Passes Attempted, Rookie, Season 270 Steve Fuller 1979 54 Hunter Enis 1960 35 Patrick Mahomes 2017

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Most Passes Attempted, Game (All 50+) 55 Joe Montana at San Diego Oct. 9, 1994 55 Steve Bono at Miami Dec. 12, 1994 54 Joe Montana at Denver Oct. 17, 1994 54 Steve Bono at San Diego Sept. 29, 1996 53 Elvis Grbac at Oakland Nov. 5, 2000 53 Trent Green at San Diego Jan. 2, 2005 53 Matt Cassel at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 53 Patrick Mahomes vs. Baltimore Dec. 9, 2018 52 Bill Kenney at Denver Oct. 30, 1983 50 Bill Kenney vs. Buffalo Nov. 30, 1986 50 Steve DeBerg at Cleveland Nov. 24, 1991 50 Rich Gannon at Jacksonville Nov. 9, 1997 50 Alex Smith at Pittsburgh Oct. 2, 2016 Most Passes Completed, Career 2,115 Len Dawson 1962-75 1,720 Trent Green 2001-06 1,587 Alex Smith 2013-17 1,330 Bill Kenney 1979-88 934 Steve DeBerg 1988-91 912 Mike Livingston 1968-79 Most Passes Completed, Season (All 300+) 383 Patrick Mahomes (580 att.) 2018 369 Trent Green (556 att.) 2004 346 Bill Kenney (603 att.) 1983 341 Alex Smith (505 att.) 2017 330 Trent Green (523 att.) 2003 328 Alex Smith (461 att.) 2016 326 Elvis Grbac (547 att.) 2000 317 Trent Green (507 att.) 2005 308 Alex Smith (508 att.) 2013 307 Alex Smith (470 att.) 2015 303 Alex Smith (464 att.) 2014 Most Passes Completed, Consecutive Seasons (All 600+) 699 Trent Green (330, 369) 2003-04 686 Trent Green (369, 317) 2004-05 669 Alex Smith (328, 341) 2016-17 635 Alex Smith (307, 328) 2015-16 620 Elvis Grbac (294, 326) 1999-00 617 Trent Green (287, 330) 2002-03 611 Alex Smith (308, 303) 2013-14 610 Alex Smith (303, 307) 2014-15 Most Passes Completed, Rookie, Season 146 Steve Fuller 1979 30 Hunter Enis 1960 22 Patrick Mahomes 2017 20 Todd Blackledge 1983 Most Passes Completed, Game (All 30+) 39 Elvis Grbac at Oakland Nov. 5, 2000 37 Joe Montana at San Diego Oct. 9, 1994 35 Patrick Mahomes at Baltimore Dec. 9, 2018 34 Joe Montana at Denver Oct. 17, 1994 34 Trent Green at Denver Dec. 7, 2003 34 Alex Smith vs. San Diego Sept. 11, 2016 33 Steve Bono at Miami Dec. 12, 1994 33 Trent Green at San Diego Jan. 2, 2005 33 Matt Cassel at Denver Nov. 14, 2010

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Patrick Mahomes at L.A. Rams Trent Green at Tampa Bay Trent Green vs. Oakland Bill Kenney at San Diego Elvis Grbac vs. Carolina Trent Green at San Diego Alex Smith at Pittsburgh Alex Smith at Cincinnati Steve DeBerg vs. Cleveland Elvis Grbac vs. Seattle Alex Smith at Pittsburgh

Nov. 19, 2018 Nov. 7, 2004 Dec. 25, 2004 Dec. 11, 1983 Dec. 10, 2000 Oct. 30, 2005 Dec. 21, 2014 Oct. 4, 2015 Nov. 24, 1991 Nov. 21, 1999 Oct. 2, 2016

Most Consecutive Passes Completed 15 Len Dawson at Houston Sept. 9, 1967 15 Bill Kenney vs. San Diego (13) Sept. 12, 1983 at Washington (2) Sept. 18, 1983 15 Alex Smith at Oakland Oct. 16, 2016 15 Alex Smith at Atlanta Dec. 4, 2016 14 Trent Green vs. Indianapolis Oct. 31, 2004 Most Seasons Leading League *8 Len Dawson 1962, ’64-69, ’75 *NFL RECORD Most Consecutive Seasons Leading League *6 Len Dawson 1964-69 *NFL RECORD Highest Completion Percentage, Career (1,000 attempts) 65.15 Alex Smith (2,436-1,587) 2013-17 61.94 Trent Green (1,777-1,720) 2001-06 57.97 Steve DeBerg (1,616-934) 1988-91 57.94 Elvis Grbac (1,548-897) 1997-00 57.35 Matt Cassel (1,489-854) 2009-12 Highest Completion Percentage, Season (100 attempts) 67.52 Alex Smith (505-341) 2017 67.08 Alex Smith (489-328) 2016 66.43 Len Dawson (140-93) 1975 66.37 Trent Green (556-369) 2004 66.03 Patrick Mahomes (580-383) 2018 65.32 Alex Smith (470-307) 2015 65.30 Alex Smith (464-303) 2014 63.09 Trent Green (523-330) 2003 62.52 Trent Green (507-317) 2005 62.05 Damon Huard (206-332) 2007 Highest Completion Percentage, Rookie, Season 62.86 Patrick Mahomes (35-22) 2017 58.82 Todd Blackledge (34-20) 1983 55.56 Hunter Enis (54-30) 1960 54.07 Steve Fuller (270-146) 1979 Highest Completion Percentage, Game (20 attempts) 86.36 A. Smith at Oakland (22-19) Oct. 16, 2016 86.21 A. Smith vs. St. Louis (29-25) Oct. 26, 2014 85.00 A. Smith at Oakland (20-17) Dec. 15, 2013 84.00 A. Smith at Baltimore (25-21) Dec. 20, 2015 84.00 A. Smith at Atlanta (25-21) Dec. 4, 2016 Most Passing Yards, Career (All 10,000+) 28,507 Len Dawson 1962-75 21,459 Trent Green 2001-06 17,608 Alex Smith 2013-17

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17,277 11,873 11,295 10,642

Bill Kenney Steve DeBerg Mike Livingston Elvis Grbac

1979-88 1988-91 1968-79 1997-00

Most Passing Yards, Season (All 4,000+) 5,097 Patrick Mahomes 2018 4,591 Trent Green 2004 4,348 Bill Kenney 1983 4,169 Elvis Grbac 2000 4,042 Alex Smith 2017 4,039 Trent Green 2003 4,014 Trent Green 2005 Most Passing Yards, Consecutive Seasons 8,630 Trent Green (4,039, 4,591) 2003-04 8,605 Trent Green (4,591, 4,014) 2004-05 7,729 Trent Green (3,690, 4,039) 2002-03 7,558 Elvis Grbac (3,389, 4,169) 1999-00 7,544 Alex Smith (3,502, 4,042) 2016-17 Most Passing Yards, Rookie, Season 1,484 Steve Fuller 1979 357 Hunter Enis 1960 284 Patrick Mahomes 2017 259 Todd Bleckledge 1983 Most Passing Yards, Game (All 400+) 504 Elvis Grbac at Oakland Nov. 5, 2000 478 Patrick Mahomes at L.A. Rams Nov. 19, 2018 469 Matt Cassel at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 435 Len Dawson vs. Denver Nov. 1, 1964 411 Bill Kenney at San Diego Dec. 11, 1983 400 Trent Green at Green Bay Oct. 12, 2003 Most Games, 300 Yards Passing, Career 24 Trent Green 2001-06 15 Bill Kenney 1979-88 10 Patrick Mahomes 2017-18 9 Len Dawson 1962-75 8 Alex Smith 2013-17 7 Elvis Grbac 1997-00 5 Steve DeBerg 1988-91 Most Games, 300 Yards Passing, Season 10 Patrick Mahomes 2018 8 Trent Green 2004 7 Bill Kenney 1983 5 Elvis Grbac 2000 5 Trent Green 2003 5 Alex Smith 2017 Most Consecutive Games, 300 Yards Passing, Season 8 Patrick Mahomes 2018 4 Bill Kenney 1983 4 Trent Green 2004 3 Elvis Grbac 2000 2 Joe Montana 1994 2 Steve Bono 1994 2 Trent Green 2001 2 Trent Green 2002 2 Trent Green 2003 Long Pass Completion (All TDs) *99 Trent Green vs. San Diego

Dec. 22, 2002

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(to Marc Boerigter) 93 Mike Livingston vs. Miami Oct. 19, 1969 (to Otis Taylor for 79 yards,lateral to Robert Holmes for 14 yards) 92 Len Dawson at Denver Nov. 18, 1962 (to Tommy Brooker) 92 Len Dawson at Oakland Nov. 3, 1968 (to Gloster Richardson) 90 Len Dawson vs. Houston Nov. 17, 1968 (to Frank Pitts) 90 Steve DeBerg vs. San Diego Nov. 18, 1990 (to J.J. Birden) *NFL RECORD Most 20+ Yard Passes, Career 274 Trent Green 215 Alex Smith 133 Elvis Grbac 122 Matt Cassel 77 Patrick Mahomes 73 Steve DeBerg 68 Joe Montana Most 20+ Yard Passes, Season 75 Patrick Mahomes 59 Trent Green 55 Elvis Grbac 54 Trent Green 52 Alex Smith 51 Trent Green 51 Trent Green Most 20+ Yard Passes, Game 9 Matt Cassel at Denver 9 Patrick Mahomes at L.A. Rams 7 Dave Krieg at L.A. Raiders 7 Rich Gannon at San Diego 7 Elvis Grbac at Oakland 7 Trent Green at Arizona 7 Trent Green vs. Indianapolis 7 Alex Smith at New York Jets 7 Patrick Mahomes at Cleveland 6 14 times; Last P. Mahomes at DEN

2001-06 2013-17 1997-00 2009-12 2017-18 1990-91 1993-94 2018 2004 2000 2003 2017 2001 2005 Nov. 14, 2010 Nov. 19, 2018 Dec. 6, 1992 Nov. 22, 1998 Nov. 5, 2000 Oct. 21, 2001 Oct. 31, 2004 Dec. 3, 2017 Nov. 4, 2018 Oct. 1, 2018

Most Seasons Leading League 3 Len Dawson 1962, ’66, ’69 Highest Passing Average, Career (1,000 attempts) 7.73 Trent Green (2,777-21,459) 2001-06 7.71 Len Dawson (3,696-28,507) 1962-75 7.35 Steve DeBerg (1,616-11,873) 1988-91 7.23 Alex Smith (2,436-17,608) 2013-17 7.11 Bill Kenney (2,430-17,277) 1979-88 6.88 Elvis Grbac (1,548-10,643) 1997-00 Highest Passing Average, Season (Qualifiers: 224 attempts/16 G) 9.42 Len Dawson (224-2,109) 1968 8.90 Len Dawson (310-2,759) 1962 8.90 Len Dawson (284-2,527) 1966 8.79 Patrick Mahomes (580-5,097) 2018 Highest Passing Average, Game (20 attempts) 15.76 S. DeBerg at New England (21-331) Dec. 2, 1990 14.35 A. Smith at Oakland (20-287) Dec. 15, 2013

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13.90 T. Green vs. Denver (21-292) 12.82 L. Dawson vs. Denver (22-282)

Dec. 16, 2001 Dec. 19, 1965

Most Seasons Leading League *4 Len Dawson 1962, ’63, ’65, ’66 *NFL RECORD Most Touchdown Passes, Career 237 Len Dawson 1962-75 118 Trent Green 2001-06 105 Bill Kenney 1979-88 102 Alex Smith 2013-17 67 Steve DeBerg 1988-91 Most Touchdown Passes, Season 50 Patrick Mahomes 2018 30 Len Dawson 1964 29 Len Dawson 1962 28 Elvis Grbac 2000 27 Trent Green 2004 27 Matt Cassel 2010 26 Len Dawson 1963, ’66 26 Trent Green 2002 26 Alex Smith 2017 Most Touchdown Passes, Consecutive Seasons 56 Len Dawson (26, 30) 1963-64 55 Len Dawson (29, 26) 1962-63 51 Len Dawson (30, 21) 1964-65 51 Trent Green (24, 27) 2003-04 50 Elvis Grbac (22, 28) 1999-00 50 Len Dawson (26, 24) 1966-67 50 Trent Green (26, 24) 2002-03 Most Touchdown Passes, Rookie, Season 6 Steve Fuller 1979 3 Todd Blackledge 1983 1 Hunter Enis 1960 Most Touchdown Passes, Game 6 Len Dawson vs. Denver Nov. 1, 1964 6 Patrick Mahomes 2 times Last; at L.A. Rams Nov. 19, 2018 5 Len Dawson 2 times Last; vs. Miami Oct. 8, 1967 5 Elvis Grbac vs. San Diego Sept. 17, 2000 5 Trent Green vs. Miami Sept. 29, 2002 5 Alex Smith at Oakland Dec. 15, 2013 4 Len Dawson 6 times Last; at Baltimore Sept. 28, 1970 4 Bill Kenney 4 times Last; at Chicago Nov. 1, 1987 4 Trent Green at Cleveland Dec. 3, 2006 4 Matt Cassel 2 times Last; at Indianapolis Oct. 9, 2011 4 Alex Smith 2 times Last; at New York Jets Dec. 3, 2017 4 Patrick Mahomes 5 times Last; at Oakland Dec. 2, 2018 Most Consecutive Games, Touchdown Passes 15 Elvis Grbac Nov. 28, 1999 - Nov. 12, 2000 14 Len Dawson Oct. 3, 1965 - Oct. 8, 1966 12 Len Dawson Sept. 8, 1962 - Dec. 2, 1962 12 Trent Green Nov. 28, 2001 - Oct. 20, 2002

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Most Consecutive Passes, None Intercepted 312 Alex Smith 2015 297 Alex Smith 2016-17 233 Steve DeBerg 1990 202 Rich Gannon 1997-98 187 Patrick Mahomes 2017-18 Most Passes Had Intercepted, Career 178 Len Dawson 1962-75 86 Bill Kenney 1979-88 85 Trent Green 2001-06 83 Mike Livingston 1968-79 50 Steve DeBerg 1988-91 Most Attempts, No Interceptions, 53 Matt Cassel at Denver 47 Trent Green at Denver 45 Patrick Mahomes at Denver 45 Alex Smith at Cincinnati 45 Bill Kenney at L.A. Raiders 45 Steve DeBerg at Denver 45 Trent Green at Green Bay 45 Alex Smith at Denver 45 Alex Smith at Pittsburgh 44 Alex Smith at Denver 43 Bill Kenney at Houston 43 Rich Gannon at Denver 43 Trent Green at Denver 43 Trent Green at San Diego 43 Matt Cassel vs. Buffalo 42 Trent Green vs. Cleveland 42 Trent Green at Cincinnati 42 Alex Smith at Denver 41 Todd Blackledge vs. Houston 41 Steve Bono vs. San Diego 41 Rich Gannon vs. Dallas 41 Tyler Thigpen at San Diego 40 Steve Bono vs. New England 40 Elvis Grbac vs. San Diego 40 Elvis Grbac vs. Oakland 40 Patrick Mahomes at Seattle

Game (All 40+) Nov. 14, 2010 Dec. 7, 2003 Oct. 1, 2018 Oct. 4, 2015 Oct. 9, 1983 Sept. 17, 1990 Oct. 12, 2003 Nov. 17, 2013 Dec. 21, 2014 Nov. 27, 2016 Oct. 23, 1983 Dec. 6, 1998 Dec. 15, 2002 Oct. 30, 2005 Dec. 13, 2009 Nov. 9, 2003 Nov. 16, 2003 Sept. 14, 2014 Nov. 11, 1984 Oct. 9, 1995 Dec. 13, 1998 Nov. 9, 2008 Oct. 15, 1995 Oct. 16, 1997 Oct. 15, 2000 Dec. 23, 2018

Most Passes Had Intercepted, Season 24 Trent Green 2001 23 Cotton Davidson 1961 19 Len Dawson 1963 19 Bill Kenney 1983 17 Len Dawson 1962, '67 17 Trent Green 2004 Most Passes Had Intercepted, Rookie, Season 14 Steve Fuller 1979 2 Hunter Enis 1960 2 Brodie Croyle 2006 1 Tyler Thigpen 2007 1 Patrick Mahomes 2017 1983 0 Todd Blackledge Most Interceptions, Game 6 Todd Blackledge vs. L.A. Rams 5 Cotton Davidson at Houston 5 Len Dawson vs. Oakland 5 Mike Livingston vs. Pittsburgh 5 Bill Kenney vs. San Diego 5 Steve DeBerg at San Diego

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Oct. 20, 1985 Oct. 16, 1960 Nov. 23, 1969 Oct. 13, 1974 Sept. 20, 1981 Sept. 24, 1989

Lowest Percentage, Passes Had Intercepted, Career (1,000 att) 1.35 Alex Smith (2,436-33) 2013-17 2.96 Matt Cassel (1,489-44) 2009-12 3.04 Elvis Grbac (1,548-47) 1997-00 3.09 Steve DeBerg (1,616-50) 1988-91 3.54 Bill Kenney (2,430-85) 1979-88 Lowest Percentage, Passes Had Intercepted, Season (300 att) 0.90 Steve DeBerg (444-4) 1990 0.99 Alex Smith (505-5) 2017 1.29 Alex Smith (464-6) 2014 1.38 Alex Smith (508-7) 2013 1.49 Alex Smith (470-7) 2015 1.56 Matt Cassel (450-7) 2010 1.64 Alex Smith (489-8) 2016 1.69 Rich Gannon (354-6) 1998 1.83 Joe Montana (493-9) 1994 Times Sacked 195.0 Bill Kenney 192.0 Alex Smith 173.0 Trent Green 133.0 Mike Livingston 120.0 Steve Fuller 109.0 Matt Cassel 90.0 Len Dawson Times Sacked, Season 49.0 Steve Fuller 48.0 Dave Krieg 45.0 Alex Smith 45.0 Alex Smith 42.0 Matt Cassel 41.0 Bill Kenney 39.0 Trent Green 39.0 Alex Smith Times Sacked, Game 10.0 Steve Fuller vs. Baltimore 8.0 Steve Fuller at Pittsburgh

1979-88 2013-17 2001-06 1968-79 1979-82 2009-12 1962-75 1980 1992 2014 2015 2009 1983 2001 2013 Nov. 2, 1980 Dec. 5, 1982

Pass Receiving Most Seasons Leading League 1 MacArthur Lane (66 recs.) 1 Tony Gonzalez (102 recs.) Most Pass Receptions, Career 916 Tony Gonzalez 532 Dwayne Bowe 416 Henry Marshall 410 Otis Taylor 410 Travis Kelce 391 Chris Burford

1976 2004 1997-08 2007-14 1976-87 1965-75 2013-18 1960-67

Most Seasons, 50 or More Pass Receptions 11 Tony Gonzalez 1998-08 6 Dwayne Bowe 2007-08, 2010-13 5 Kimble Anders 1994-98 5 Eddie Kennison 2002-06 5 Travis Kelce 2014-18 4 Chris Burford 1961, ’63-64, ’66

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Otis Taylor Carlos Carson Stephone Paige Derrick Alexander Priest Holmes Tyreek Hill

1966-67, ’71-72 1983-84, ’87 1986, ’88, ’90 1998-00 2001-03 2016-18

Most Pass Receptions, Season (All 80+) 103 Travis Kelce 2018 102 Tony Gonzalez 2004 99 Tony Gonzalez 2007 96 Tony Gonzalez 2008 93 Tony Gonzalez 2000 87 Jeremy Maclin 2015 87 Tyreek Hill 2018 86 Dwayne Bowe 2008 85 Travis Kelce 2016 81 Dwayne Bowe 2011 80 Carlos Carson 1983 Most Pass Receptions, Consecutive 195 Tony Gonzalez (99, 96) 181 Travis Kelce (83, 98) 180 Tony Gonzalez (102, 78) 173 Tony Gonzalez (71, 102) 172 Tony Gonzalez (73, 99) 169 Tony Gonzalez (76, 93)

Seasons 2007-08 2017-18 2004-05 2003-04 2006-07 1999-00

Most Pass Receptions, Game (All 10+) 14 Tony Gonzalez at San Diego Jan. 2, 2005 13 Dwayne Bowe at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 13 Dwayne Bowe at Seattle Nov. 28, 2010 12 Ed Podolak vs. Denver Oct. 7, 1973 12 Travis Kelce at Oakland Dec. 2, 2018 11 Chris Burford at Buffalo Sept. 22, 1963 11 Emile Harry at Cleveland Nov. 24, 1991 11 Kimble Anders vs. N.Y. Giants Sept. 10, 1995 11 Tony Gonzalez at New England Dec. 4, 2000 11 Dante Hall at Denver Dec. 7, 2003 11 Tony Gonzalez vs. Oakland Dec. 25, 2004 11 Jeremy Maclin at Cincinnati Oct. 4, 2015 11 Travis Kelce vs. Denver Dec. 25, 2016 10 Chris Burford at Boston Oct. 12, 1962 10 Chris Buford vs. Buffalo Oct. 13, 1963 10 Frank Jackson at N.Y. Jets Nov. 29, 1964 10 Chris Burford at Boston Sept. 25, 1966 10 Otis Taylor vs. Cincinnati Oct. 15, 1972 10 Ed Podolak at Houston Sept. 29, 1974 10 Stephone Paige at Denver Sept. 17, 1990 10 J.J. Birden at Miami Dec. 12, 1994 10 Kimble Anders vs. Denver Nov. 16, 1998 10 Tony Gonzalez at Denver Sept. 24, 2000 10 Tony Gonzalez vs. Carolina Dec. 10, 2000 10 Tony Gonzalez vs. Cincinnati Sept. 10, 2006 10 Tony Gonzalez vs. Green Bay Nov. 4, 2007 10 Tony Gonzalez vs. San Diego Dec. 2, 2007 10 Tony Gonzalez at Detroit Dec. 23, 2007 10 Tony Gonzalez at San Diego Nov. 9, 2008 10 Tony Gonzalez vs. Buffalo Nov. 23, 2008 10 Dwayne Bowe at Cincinnati Dec. 28, 2008 10 Tyreek Hill at Carolina Nov. 13, 2016 10 Albert Wilson at Denver Dec. 31, 2017 10 Tyreek Hill at L.A. Rams Nov. 19, 2018 10 Travis Kelce at L.A. Rams Nov. 19, 2018

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Most Pass Receptions, Half 11 T. Gonzalez (2nd) at San Diego 10 E. Harry (2nd) at Cleveland 9 C. Burford (2nd) vs. Buffalo 9 K. Anders (2nd) vs. N.Y. Giants 9 T. Gonzalez (1st) vs. Oakland

Jan. 2, 2005 Nov. 24, 1991 Oct. 13, 1963 Sept. 10, 1995 Dec. 25, 2004

Most Consecutive Games, Pass Receptions 131 Tony Gonzalez Dec. 4, 2000 - Dec. 28, 2008 83 Stephone Paige Nov. 17, 1985 - Sept. 29, 1991 79 Travis Kelce Sept. 7, 2014 - Dec. 30, 2018 55 Eddie Kennison Dec. 9, 2001 - Oct. 2, 2005 48 Priest Holmes Sept. 9, 2001 - Sept. 19, 2004 Most Receptions, Running Back, Career 369 Kimble Anders 1991-00 288 Ed Podolak 1969-77 285 Jamaal Charles 2008-16 251 Priest Holmes 2001-07 197 Abner Haynes 1960-64 Most Receptions, Running Back, Season 74 Priest Holmes 2003 70 Priest Holmes 2002 70 Jamaal Charles 2013 67 Kimble Anders 1994 66 MacArthur Lane 1976 Most Receptions, Tight End, Career 916 Tony Gonzalez 1997-08 410 Travis Kelce 2013-18 198 Fred Arbanas 1962-70 163 Walter White 1975-79 135 Jonathan Hayes 1985-93 111 Keith Cash 1992-96 Most Pass Receptions, Tight End, Season 103 Travis Kelce 2018 102 Tony Gonzalez 2004 99 Tony Gonzalez 2007 96 Tony Gonzalez 2008 93 Tony Gonzalez 2000 85 Travis Kelce 2016 Most Pass Receptions, Rookie, Season 70 Dwayne Bowe 2007 61 Tyreek Hill 2016 55 Abner Haynes (RB) 1960 53 Kareem Hunt (RB) 2017 48 Sylvester Morris 2000 Most Receiving Yards, Career (All 6,000+) 10,940 Tony Gonzalez 1997-08 7,306 Otis Taylor 1965-75 7,155 Dwayne Bowe 2007-14 6,454 Henry Marshall 1976-87 6,360 Carlos Carson 1980-89 6,341 Stephone Paige 1983-91 Most Seasons, 1,000 or More Receiving Yards 4 Tony Gonzalez 2000, 2004, 2007-08 3 Carlos Carson 1983-84, ’87 3 Dwayne Bowe 2008, 2010-11 3 Travis Kelce 2016-18 2 Otis Taylor 1966, ’71 2 Eddie Kennison 2004-05

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Tyreek Hill Stephone Paige Andre Rison Derrick Alexander Jeremy Maclin  

2017-18 1990 1997 2000 2015

Most Receiving Yards, Season (All 1,000+) 1,479 Tyreek Hill 2018 1,391 Derrick Alexander 2000 1,351 Carlos Carson 1983 1,336 Travis Kelce 2018 1,297 Otis Taylor 1966 1,258 Tony Gonzalez 2004 1,203 Tony Gonzalez 2000 1,183 Tyreek Hill 2017 1,172 Tony Gonzalez 2007 1,162 Dwayne Bowe 2010 1,159 Dwayne Bowe 2011 1,125 Travis Kelce 2016 1,110 Otis Taylor 1971 1,102 Eddie Kennison 2005 1,092 Andre Rison 1997 1,086 Eddie Kennison 2004 1,078 Carlos Carson 1984 1,058 Tony Gonzalez 2008 1,044 Carlos Carson 1987 1,038 Travis Kelce 2017 1,034 Jeremy Maclin 2015 1,022 Dwayne Bowe 2008 1,021 Stephone Paige 1990 Most Receiving Yards, Consecutive Seasons 2,662 Tyreek Hill (1,183, 1,479) 2017-18 2,429 Carlos Carson (1,351, 1,078) 1983-84 2,374 Travis Kelce (1,038, 1,336) 2017-18 2,321 Dwayne Bowe (1,162, 1,159) 2010-11 2,255 Otis Taylor (1,297, 958) 1966-67 2,230 Tony Gonzalez (1,172, 1,058) 2007-08 2,223 Derrick Alexander (832, 1,391) 1999-00 2,188 Eddie Kennison (1,086, 1,102) 2004-05 Most Receiving Yards, Game 309 Stephone Paige vs. San Diego (8 Receptions) 215 Tyreek Hill at L.A. Rams (10 Receptions) 213 Curtis McClinton vs. Denver (5 Receptions) 210 Larry Brunson vs. San Diego (9 Receptions) 206 Stephone Paige at Denver (10 Receptions) 197 Carlos Carson at San Diego (9 Receptions)

Dec. 22, 1985 Nov. 19, 2018 Dec. 19, 1965 Nov. 10, 1974 Sept. 17, 1990 Oct. 25, 1987

Most Games, 100 or More Receiving Yards, Career 26 Tony Gonzalez 1997-08 19 Otis Taylor 1965-75 18 Carlos Carson 1980-88 17 Eddie Kennison 2001-07 17 Travis Kelce 2013-18 15 Dwayne Bowe 2007-14 Most Games, 100 or More Receiving Yards, Season 6 Otis Taylor 1966

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6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

Carlos Carson Derrick Alexander Tony Gonzalez Tony Gonzalez Travis Kelce Tyreek Hill Eddie Kennison Eddie Kennison Tony Gonzalez Dwayne Bowe Travis Kelce

1983 2000 2000 2004 2016 2018 2004 2005 2007 2010 2018

Most Consecutive Games, 100 or More Receiving Yards, Season 4 Tony Gonzalez 2000 4 Travis Kelce 2016 3 Frank Jackson 1964 3 Otis Taylor 1966 3 Willie Davis 1992 3 Dwayne Bowe 2010 Longest Pass Receptions (All TDs) *99 Marc Boerigter vs. San Diego (from Trent Green) Dec. 22, 2002 92 Tommy Brooker at Denver (from Len Dawson) Nov. 18, 1962 92 Gloster Richardson at Oakland (from Len Dawson) Nov. 3, 1968 90 Frank Pitts vs. Boston (from Len Dawson) Nov. 17, 1968 90 J.J. Birden vs. San Diego (from Steve DeBerg) Nov. 18, 1990 89 Otis Taylor vs. Miami (from Len Dawson) Nov. 13, 1966 89 Demarcus Robinson vs. Oakland (from Patrick Mahomes) Dec. 30, 2018 86 Stephone Paige vs. New England (from Steve DeBerg) Dec. 2, 1990 86 Derrick Alexander at Chicago (from Elvis Grbac)  Sept. 12, 1999 *NFL RECORD Most Receiving Yards, Running Back, Career 2,829 Kimble Anders 1991-00 2,739 Abner Haynes 1960-65 2,457 Jamaal Charles 2008-16 2,456 Ed Podolak 1969-77 2,377 Priest Holmes 2001-07 Most Receiving Yards, Running Back, Season 693 Jamaal Charles 2013 690 Priest Holmes 2003 672 Priest Holmes 2002 614 Priest Holmes 2001 590 Curtis McClinton 1965 Most Receiving Yards, Running Back, Game 213 Curtis McClinton vs. Denver Dec. 19, 1965 195 Jamaal Charles at Oakland Dec. 15, 2013 149 Abner Haynes vs. San Diego Oct. 20, 1963 130 Johnny Robinson vs. Buffalo Dec. 18, 1960 129 Spencer Ware vs. San Diego Sept. 11, 2016 127 Abner Haynes at N.Y. Titans Dec. 3, 1961 Most Games, 100 or More Receiving Yards, RB,

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Career 5 Abner Haynes 5 Priest Holmes 3 Johnny Robinson 3 Paul Palmer 2 Curtis McClinton 2 Larry Johnson 2 Jamaal Charles

1960-65 2001-07 1960-71 1987-88 1962-69 2003-09 2008-16

Most Games, 100 or More Receiving Yards, RB, Season 3 Paul Palmer 1988 2 Johnny Robinson 1960 2 Abner Haynes 1964 2 Priest Holmes 2001 Most Receiving Yards, Tight End, Career (All 1,000+) 10,940 Tony Gonzalez 1997-08 5,236 Travis Kelce 2013-18 3,101 Fred Arbanas 1962-70 2,396 Walter White 1975-79 1,541 Jonathan Hayes 1985-93 1,046 Keith Cash 1992-96 1,009 Tony Moeaki 2010-12 Most Receiving Yards, Tight End, Season 1,336 Travis Kelce 2018 1,258 Tony Gonzalez 2004 1,203 Tony Gonzalez 2000 1,172 Tony Gonzalez 2007 1,125 Travis Kelce 2016 1,058 Tony Gonzalez 2008 Most Receiving Yards, Tight End, Game 168 Travis Kelce at Oakland Dec. 2, 2018 160 Travis Kelce vs. Denver Dec. 25, 2016 147 Tony Gonzalez at New England Dec. 4, 2000 144 Tony Gonzalez at San Diego Jan. 2, 2005 140 Tony Gonzalez vs. Miami Sept. 29, 2002 140 Tony Gonzalez vs. San Diego Dec. 2, 2007 140 Travis Kelce at Atlanta Dec. 4, 2016 Most Receiving Yards, Rookie, Season 995 Dwayne Bowe 2007 789 Chris Burford 1960 678 Sylvester Morris 2000 611 Johnny Robinson (RB) 1960 593 Tyreek Hill 2016 576 Abner Haynes (RB) 1960 Highest Receiving Average, Career (200 receptions) 18.12 Carlos Carson (351-6,360) 1980-89 17.82 Otis Taylor (410-7,306) 1965-75 17.30 Derrick Alexander (213-3,685) 1998-01 16.82 Stephone Paige (377-6,341) 1983-91 16.29 Eddie Kennison (321-5,230) 2001-07 Highest Receiving Average, Season (24 receptions) 22.36 Otis Taylor (58-1,297) 1966 21.93 Stephone Paige (43-943) 1985 21.83 Frank Pitts (30-655) 1968 Highest Receiving Average, Game (3 receptions) 42.60 C. McClinton vs. Denver (5-213) Dec. 19, 1965 40.00 J. Robinson vs. N.Y. Titans (3-120) Oct. 2, 1960 39.67 Otis Taylor at Denver (3-119) Dec. 14, 1968

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Most Receiving Touchdowns, Career 76 Tony Gonzalez 1997-08 57 Otis Taylor 1965-75 55 Chris Burford 1960-67 49 Stephone Paige 1983-91 44 Dwayne Bowe 2007-14 Most Receiving Touchdowns, Season 15 Dwayne Bowe 2010 12 Chris Burford 1962 12 Tyreek Hill 2018 11 Otis Taylor 1967 11 Stephone Paige 1986 11 Tony Gonzalez 1999 10 Stephone Paige 1985 10 Derrick Alexander 2000 10 Tony Gonzalez 2003 10 Tony Gonzalez 2008 10 Travis Kelce 2018 Most Receiving Touchdowns, Consecutive Seasons 21 Chris Burford (12, 9) 1962-63 21 Stephone Paige (10, 11) 1985-86 20 Tony Gonzalez (11, 9) 1999-00 20 Dwayne Bowe (15, 5) 2010-11 19 Otis Taylor (8, 11) 1966-67 19 Dwayne Bowe (4, 15) 2009-10 19 Tyreek Hill (7, 12) 2017-18 Most Receiving Touchdowns, Rookie, Season 6 Fred Arbanas 1962 6 Stephone Paige 1983 6 Tyreek Hill 2016 5 Chris Burford 1960 5 Otis Taylor 1965 5 Bill Jones 1990 5 Tim Barnett 1991 5 Dwayne Bowe 2007 Most Receiving Touchdowns, Game 4 Frank Jackson at San Diego Dec. 13, 1964 4 Jamaal Charles at Oakland Dec. 15, 2013 3 Chris Burford at Oakland Sept. 23, 1962 3 Chris Burford at Boston Sept. 25, 1966 3 Otis Taylor at Denver Dec. 17, 1967 3 Otis Taylor at N.Y. Jets Nov. 16, 1969 3 Sylvester Morris vs. San Diego Sept. 17, 2000 3 Tony Gonzalez vs. Miami Sept. 29, 2002 3 Dwayne Bowe at Seattle Nov. 28, 2010 3 Tyreek Hill at New England Oct. 14, 2018 Most Consecutive Games, Touchdown Receptions 7 Dwayne Bowe Oct. 17, 2010 - Nov. 28, 2010 5 Chris Burford Sept. 8, 1962 - Oct. 12, 1962 5 Otis Taylor Oct. 23, 1966 - Nov. 20, 1966 4 Curtis McClinton Sept. 11, 1966 - Oct. 2, 1966 4 Willie Frazier Sept. 17, 1972 - Oct. 8, 1972 4 Otis Taylor Sept. 25, 1972 - Oct. 15, 1972 4 Tony Gonzalez Sept. 24, 2000 - Oct. 22, 2000 4 Tony Gonzalez Dec. 7, 2008 - Dec. 28, 2008 Highest TD Catch Percentage, Season (20 recs.) 40.0 Marc Boerigter (20 recs., 8 TDs) 2002 33.3 Chris Burford (45 recs., 12 TDs) 1962

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27.3 Gloster Richardson (22 recs., 6 TDs) 25.0 Fred Arbanas (20 recs., 5 TDs) 23.5 Fred Arbanas (34 recs., 8 TDs)

1968 1967 1964

Most 20+ Yard Receptions, Career 130 Tony Gonzalez 1997-08 101 Dwayne Bowe 2007-14 81 Eddie Kennison 2001-07 76 Travis Kelce 2013-18 64 Derrick Alexander 1998-01 53 Willie Davis 1991-95

Nov. 22, 1998 Sept. 9, 2018 Nov, 19, 2018 Oct. 22, 2000 Dec. 31, 2006 Nov. 14, 2010 Dec. 2, 2018 Oct. 14, 2018

Total Yards From Scrimmage Most Attempts From Scrimmage, Career 1,617 Jamaal Charles (1,332 rush, 285 rec.) 1,572 Priest Holmes (1,321 rush, 251 rec.) 1,526 Larry Johnson (1,375 rush, 151 rec.) 1,445 Ed Podolak (1,157 rush, 288 rec.) 1,288 Christian Okoye (1,246 rush, 42 rec.) 1,073 Marcus Allen (932 rush, 141 rec.)

Most Attempts From Scrimmage, Game 41 (39 rush, 2 rec.) L. Johnson vs. Seattle 39 (33 rush, 6 rec.) J. Charles at New Orleans 38 (38 rush, 0 rec.) C. Okoye at Green Bay 38 (33 rush, 5 rec.) L. Johnson vs. JAX 37 (37 rush, 0 rec.) C. Okoye vs. Seattle 37 (36 rush, 1 rec.) L. Johnson at Houston

Oct. 29, 2006 Sept. 23, 2012

Most Yards From Scrimmage, Career 10,954 Tony Gonzalez (14 rush, 10,940 rec.) 9,717 Jamaal Charles (7,260 rush, 2,457 rec.) 8,447 Priest Holmes (6,070 rush, 2,377 rec.) 7,467 Otis Taylor (161 rush, 7,306 rec.)

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2006 2003 2001 2002 1989

Dec. Dec. Nov. Nov.

2003-09 2002 2006 2001 2003 2005

Dec. 22, 1985 Nov. 24, 2002 Sept. 23, 2012 Dec. 9, 2001 Jan. 3, 2009

Yards Per Touch Average, RB, Career (350 touches) 6.60 Abner Haynes (993-6,553) 1960-64 6.57 Jamaal Charles (1,668-10,963) 2008-16 5.89 Kimble Anders (864-5,890) 1991-00 5.53 Curtis McClinton (916-5,069) 1962-69 5.48 Tony Reed (651-3,566) 1977-80 Yards Per Touch Average, RB, Season (200 touches) 7.0 Jamaal Charles (275-1,935) 2010 6.9 Abner Haynes (211-1,451) 1960 6.6 Abner Haynes (213-1,399) 1961 6.2 Abner Haynes (260-1,622) 1962 6.2 Jamaal Charles (230-1,417) 2009

Combined Yardage 2008-16 2001-07 2003-09 1969-77 1987-92 1993-97

Most Attempts From Scrimmage, Season 457 Larry Johnson (416 rush, 41 rec.) 394 Priest Holmes (320 rush, 74 rec.) 389 Priest Holmes (327 rush, 62 rec.) 383 Priest Holmes (313 rush, 70 rec.) 372 Christian Okoye (370 rush, 2 rec.)

Most Yards From Scrimmage, Season 2,287 Priest Holmes (1,615 rush, 672 rec.) 2,199 Larry Johnson (1,789 rush, 410 rec.) 2,169 Priest Holmes (1,555 rush, 614 rec.) 2,110 Priest Holmes (1,420 rush, 690 rec.) 2,093 Larry Johnson (1,750 rush, 343 rec.) Most Yards From Scrimmage, Game 309 Stephone Paige vs. San Diego (0 rush, 309 rec.) 307 Priest Holmes at Seattle (197 rush, 110 rec.) 288 Jamaal Charles at New Orleans (233 rush, 55 rec.) 277 Priest Holmes at Oakland (168 rush, 109 rec.) 262 Jamaal Charles at Denver (259 rush, 3 rec.)

Most 20+ Yard Receptions, Season 27 Tyreek Hill 2018 24 Derrick Alexander 2000 20 Derrick Alexander 1998 19 Tony Gonzalez 2004 19 Dwayne Bowe 2010 19 Dwayne Bowe 2011 19 Travis Kelce 2017 18 Eddie Kennison 2004 18 Travis Kelce 2018 Most 20+ Yard Receptions, Game 5 Derrick Alexander at San Diego 5 Tyreek Hill at Los Angeles Chargers 5 Tyreek Hill at Los Angeles Rams 4 Derrick Alexander vs. St. Louis 4 Eddie Kennison vs. Jacksonville 4 Dwayne Bowe at Denver 4 Travis Kelce at Oakland 3 40 times; Last, Kareem Hunt at New England

7,384 Larry Johnson (6,015 rush, 1,369 rec.)

10, 1989 31, 2006 5, 1989 20, 2005 1997-08 2008-16 2001-07 1965-75

Most Combined Attempts, Career (All 1,000+) 1,668 Jamaal Charles 2008-16 1,572 Priest Holmes 2001-07 1,569 Ed Podolak 1969-77 1,526 Larry Johnson 2003-09 1,289 Christian Okoye 1987-92 1,114 Abner Haynes 1960-65 Most Combined Attempts, Season (All 300+) 457 Larry Johnson 2006 394 Priest Holmes 2003 389 Priest Holmes 2001 383 Priest Holmes 2002 372 Christian Okoye 1989 329 Jamaal Charles 2013 325 Kareem Hunt 2017 320 Jamaal Charles 2012 Most Combined Attempts, Game 41 Larry Johnson vs. Seattle 39 Jamaal Charles at New Orleans 38 Christian Okoye at Green Bay 38 Larry Johnson vs. Jacksonville 37 Christian Okoye vs. Seattle 37 L. Johnson at Houston 36 Abner Haynes at Denver 36 Derrick Blaylock at New Orleans 36 L. Johnson vs. New England 36 L. Johnson vs. San Diego

Oct. 29, 2006 Sept. 23, 2012 Dec. 10, 1989 Dec. 31, 2006 Nov. 5, 1989 Nov. 20, 2005 Oct. 30, 1960 Nov. 14, 2004 Nov. 27, 2005 Dec. 24, 2005

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Most Combined Yards, Career (All 7,500+) 12,356 Dante Hall 2000-06 10,963 Tony Gonzalez 1997-08 10,963 Jamaal Charles 2008-16 8,447 Abner Haynes 1960-65 8,447 Priest Holmes 2001-07 8,343 Ed Podolak 1969-77 7,677 Carlos Carson 1980-89 Most Combined Yards, Season 2,446 Dante Hall 2,342 Jamaal Charles 2,287 Priest Holmes 2,236 Dante Hall 2,283 Dante Hall Most Combined Yards, Game 309 Stephone Paige vs. San Diego 307 Priest Holmes at Seattle 296 Dante Hall at Denver 290 Noland Smith at San Diego 288 Jamaal Charles at New Orleans

2003 2009 2002 2004 2005 Dec. 22, 1985 Nov. 24, 2002 Dec. 7, 2003 Oct. 15, 1967 Sept. 23, 2012

Punting Most Seasons Leading League *4 Jerrel Wilson 1965, ’68, ’72-73 *NFL RECORD 1 Bob Grupp 1979 1 Jim Arnold 1984 Most Punts, Career 1,076 Dustin Colquitt 1,018 Jerrel Wilson 421 Louie Aguiar 284 Jim Arnold 272 Bryan Barker Most Punts, Season 101 Daniel Pope 99 Lewis Colbert 98 Jim Arnold 96 Dustin Colquitt 95 Dustin Colquitt

2005-18 1963-77 1994-98 1983-85 1990-93 1999 1986 1984 2009 2007

Most Punts, Game 11 Bob Grupp vs. Baltimore 11 Jim Arnold at San Francisco 11 Kelly Goodburn vs. Cleveland 11 Louie Aguiar vs. San Diego 11 Dustin Colquitt at Chicago 10 Jerrel Wilson at N.Y. Jets 10 Jerrel Wilson vs. Denver 10 Kelly Goodburn at N.Y. Jets 10 Todd Sauerbrun at San Diego 10 Dustin Colquitt at N.Y. Jets 10 Dustin Colquitt at Jacksonville

Sept. 2, 1979 Nov. 17, 1985 Nov. 19, 1989 Nov. 13, 1994 Dec. 4, 2011 Sept. 18, 1965 Oct. 6, 1974 Oct. 2, 1988 Nov. 26, 2000 Dec. 30, 2007 Sept. 8, 2013

Longest Punt (All 70+) 81 Dustin Colquitt vs. San Diego 77 Dustin Colquitt at Denver 76 Dan Stryzinski vs. Oakland 74 Bob Grupp vs. San Diego 73 Dustin Colquitt vs. Oakland

Dec. 2, 2007 Dec. 31, 2017 Sept. 9, 2001 Nov. 4, 1979 Sept. 14, 2008

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72 72 72 71 70 70 70 70

Jerrel Wilson at San Diego Dustin Colquitt at Oakland Dustin Colquitt at St. Louis Dustin Colquitt at Oakland Jerrel Wilson at Denver Jerrel Wilson vs. Buffalo Jerrel Wilson vs. Houston Dustin Colquitt at Jacksonville

Most Punting Yards, Career 48,267 Dustin Colquitt 44,218 Jerrel Wilson 17,930 Louie Aguiar 11,934 Jim Arnold 11,267 Bryan Barker Most Punting Yards, Season 4,397 Jim Arnold 4,361 Dustin Colquitt 4,322 Dustin Colquitt 4,218 Daniel Pope 4,084 Dustin Colquitt

Sept. 29, 1963 Dec. 23, 2006 Dec. 19, 2010 Dec. 16, 2012 Oct. 11, 1964 Oct. 18, 1964 Nov. 28, 1968 Nov. 8, 2009 2005-18 1963-77 1994-98 1983-85 1990-93 1984 2009 2007 1999 2011

Highest Punting Average, Career (200 punts) 44.86 Dustin Colquitt (1,076-48,267) 2005-18 43.44 Jerrel Wilson (1,018-44,218) 1963-77 42.59 Louie Aguiar (421-17,930) 1994-98 42.02 Jim Arnold (284-11,934) 1983-85 Highest Punting Average, Season (50 punts) 46.83 Dustin Colquitt (83-3,887) 2012 46.03 Dustin Colquitt (87-4,005) 2013 45.89 Dustin Colquitt (89-4,084) 2011 45.70 Dustin Colquitt (65-2,971) 2015 45.53 Jerrel Wilson (80-3,642) 1973 45.49 Dustin Colquitt (95-4,322) 2007 Highest Punting Average, Game (4 punts) 57.20 Dustin Colquitt vs. San Diego (5-286) Oct. 56.40 Jerrel Wilson vs. Boston (5-282) Oct. 55.60 Louie Aguiar at Arizona (5-278) Oct. 54.75 Jerrel Wilson vs. Boston (4-129) Oct.

31, 2011 11, 1970 1, 1995 3, 1965

Highest Net Punting Average, Career (200 Punts) 39.72 Dustin Colquitt 2005-18 35.48 Louie Aguiar 1994-98 35.42 Jerrel Wilson 1963-77 35.13 Bob Grupp 1979-81 34.82 Bryan Barker 1990-93 Highest Net Punting Average, Season (50 Punts) 41.11 Dustin Colquitt 2017 40.84 Dustin Colquitt 2015 40.78 Dustin Colquitt 2009 40.78 Dustin Colquitt 2012 40.66 Dustin Colquitt 2016 Highest Net Punting Average, Game 52.50 Dustin Colquitt vs. Denver 52.20 Dustin Colquitt at L.A. Chargers 52.00 Dustin Colquitt at Indianapolis 51.86 Dustin Colquitt at Oakland 51.25 Dustin Colquitt vs. San Diego 48.80 Dustin Colquitt at Miami

(4 Punts) Sept. 15, 2015 Sept. 9, 2018 Oct. 10, 2010 Dec. 16, 2012 Sept. 30, 2012 Sept. 21, 2014

Most Consecutive Punts, None Blocked

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418 377 256 233

Dustin Colquitt Louie Aguiar Jerrel Wilson Jim Arnold

2013-18 1994-98 1968-71 1983-85

Punts Had Blocked, Career 12 Jerrel Wilson 4 Dustin Colquitt 2 Bob Grupp 2 Jim Arnold 2 Bryan Barker 2 Daniel Pope

1963-77 2005-18 1979-81 1983-85 1990-93 1999

Punts Had Blocked, Season 2 Jerrel Wilson 2 Jim Arnold 2 Daniel Pope

1974 1985 1999

Punts Had Blocked, Game 2 Jim Arnold vs. Denver

Oct. 27, 1985

Most Punts Inside the 20, Career 441 Dustin Colquitt 2005-18 117 Louie Aguiar 1994-98 62 Bryan Barker 1990-93 58 Jim Arnold 1983-85 54 Kelly Goodburn 1987-90 Most Punts Inside the 20, Season 45 Dustin Colquitt 2012 41 Dustin Colquitt 2009 38 Dustin Colquitt 2016 37 Dustin Colquitt 2015 35 Dustin Colquitt 2013

Punt Returns Most Punt Returns, Career 220 J.T. Smith 188 Dante Hall 181 Tamarick Vanover 105 Javier Arenas 86 Ed Podolak Most Punt Returns, Season 58 J.T. Smith 58 Dexter McCluster 51 Tamarick Vanover 51 Tamarick Vanover 50 J.T. Smith

1979-84 2000-06 1995-99 2010-12 1969-77 1979 2013 1995 1999 1981

Most Punt Returns, Game 8 Ed Podolak vs. San Diego 8 De'Anthony Thomas vs. Oakland 7 J.T. Smith vs. Baltimore 7 J.T. Smith vs. N.Y. Giants 7 Tamarick Vanover vs. Detroit 7 Tamarick Vanover at Denver 7 Eddie Drummond at Oakland 7 Dexter McCluster at Jacksonville 7 Dexter McCluster at Washington

Nov. 10, 1974 Dec. 14, 2014 Sept. 2, 1979 Oct. 21, 1979 Sept. 26, 1999 Dec. 5, 1999 Oct. 21, 2007 Sept. 8, 2013 Dec. 8, 2013

2,322 1,930 1,882 1,029 1,009 959

J.T. Smith Tamarick Vanover Dante Hall Javier Arenas Tyreek Hill Dexter McCluster

1979-84 1995-99 2000-06 2010-12 2016-18 2010-13

Most Punt Return Yards, Season 686 Dexter McCluster 640 Tamarick Vanover 612 J.T. Smith 592 Tyreek Hill 581 J.T. Smith

2013 1999 1979 2016 1980

Most Punt Return Yards, Game 177 Dexter McCluster at Washington 156 De'Anthony Thomas vs. Oakland 141 J.T. Smith vs. Oakland 130 Tamarick Vanover vs. New Orleans 128 Dante Hall vs. Arizona Longest Punt Return (All TDs) 95 Tyreek Hill at San Diego 94 Dexter McCluster vs. San Diego 93 Dante Hall vs. Denver 91 Tyreek Hill at L.A. Chargers 90 Dante Hall vs. Arizona 89 Dexter McCluster vs. N.Y. Giants Most Seasons Leading League 1 Abner Haynes 1 Noland Smith 1 Ed Podolak 1 J.T. Smith 1 Dante Hall 1 Tyreek Hill

Dec. 8, 2013 Dec. 14, 2014 Sept. 23, 1979 Dec. 21, 1997 Dec. 1, 2002 Jan. 1, 2017 Sept. 13, 2010 Oct. 5, 2003 Sept. 9, 2018 Dec. 1, 2002 Sept. 29, 2013

1960 1968 1970 1980 2003 2016

Highest Punt Return Average, Career (50 returns) 12.14 Dexter McCluster (79-959) 2010-13 12.01 Tyreek Hill (84-1,009) 2016-18 11.11 Noland Smith (53-589) 1967-69 10.87 Abner Haynes (54-587) 1960-64 10.66 Tamarick Vanover (181-1,930) 1995-99 10.60 J.T. Smith (216-2,289) 1978-84 Highest Punt Return Average, Season (12 returns) 16.28 Dante Hall (29-472) 2003 15.54 Dexter McCluster (13-202) 2010 15.36 Abner Haynes (14-215) 1960 15.18 Tyreek Hill (39-592) 2016 15.00 Noland Smith (18-270) 1968 Highest Punt Return Average, Game (3 35.00 D. Hall vs. Denver (3-105) 33.33 D. McCluster vs. San Diego (3-100) 28.67 M. Garrett at Buffalo (3-86) 28.67 N. Smith vs. N.Y. Jets (3-86) 28.25 D. McCluster vs. N.Y. Giants (4-113)

Most Seasons Leading League 2 J.T. Smith 1979-80

Most Punt Return Touchdowns, 5 Dante Hall 4 J.T. Smith 4 Tamarick Vanover 4 Tyreek Hill

Most Punt Return Yards, Career

Most Punt Return Touchdowns, Season

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returns) Oct. 5, 2003 Sept. 13, 2010 Sept. 11, 1966 Sept. 15, 1968 Sept. 29, 2013

Career 2000-06 1979-84 1995-99 2016-18

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2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

J.T. Smith J.T. Smith Dale Carter Tamarick Vanover Dante Hall Dante Hall Dexter McCluster Tyreek Hill

1979 1980 1992 1999 2002 2003 2013 2016

Most Punt Return Touchdowns, Game 1 28 times Last; Tyreek Hill at L.A. Chargers Sept. 9, 2018

Kickoff Returns Most Kickoff Returns, Career 360 Dante Hall 212 Tamarick Vanover 84 Dave Grayson 72 Knile Davis 68 Noland Smith

2000-06 1995-99 1961-64 2013-16 1967-69

Most Kickoff Returns, Season 68 Dante Hall 2004 65 Dante Hall 2005 57 Dante Hall 2002 57 Dante Hall 2003 53 Dante Hall 2006 Most Kickoff Returns, Game 9 Noland Smith vs. Oakland 9 Paul Palmer at Seattle

Nov. 23, 1967 Sept. 20, 1987

Most Kickoff Return Yards, Career 8,644 Dante Hall 2000-06 5,099 Tamarick Vanover 1995-99 2,231 Dave Grayson 1961-64 1,942 Knile Davis 2013-16 1,822 Noland Smith 1967-69 1,326 Abner Haynes 1960-64 Most Kickoff Return Yards, Season 1,718 Dante Hall 2004 1,560 Dante Hall 2005 1,478 Dante Hall 2003 1,354 Dante Hall 2002 1,308 Tamarick Vanover 1997 Most Kickoff Return Yards, Game 251 Jon Vaughn at Miami 244 Noland Smith at San Diego 234 Dante Hall vs. Philadelphia 233 Dante Hall vs. San Diego 221 Paul Palmer at Seattle 206 Noland Smith vs. Oakland Longest Kickoff Return (All TDs) 108 Knile Davis vs. Denver 106 Noland Smith at Denver 100 Dante Hall vs. Pittsburgh 99 Dave Grayson at Denver 99 Tamarick Vanover at Seattle 99 Knile Davis vs. St. Louis 97 Boyce Green at Pittsburgh 97 Tamarick Vanover at Denver

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(All 200+) Dec. 12, 1994 Oct. 15, 1967 Oct. 2, 2005 Nov. 28, 2004 Sept. 20, 1987 Nov. 23, 1967 Dec. 1, 2013 Dec. 17, 1967 Sept. 14, 2003 Sept. 7, 1963 Sept. 3, 1995 Oct. 26, 2014 Dec. 21, 1986 Oct. 27, 1996

97 Dante Hall at Baltimore 97 Dante Hall vs. Denver 97 Jamaal Charles vs. Pittsburgh Most Seasons Leading League 1 Dave Grayson

Sept. 28, 2003 Dec. 19, 2004 Nov. 22, 2009 1961

Highest Kickoff Return Average, Career (50 returns) 26.97 Knile Davis (72-1,942) 2013-16 26.79 Noland Smith (68-1,822) 1967-69 26.56 Dave Grayson (84-2,231) 1961-64 25.17 Abner Haynes (52-1,309) 1960-64 24.43 Jamaal Charles (51-1,246) 2008-16 24.05 Tamarick Vanover (212-5,099) 1995-99 Highest Kickoff Return Average, Season (15 returns) 30.06 Quintin Demps (33-992) 2013 28.31 Dave Grayson (16-453) 1961 28.30 Larry Marshall (23-651) 1972 29.71 Dave Grayson (18-535) 1962 Highest Kickoff Return Average, Game (3 returns) 48.67 Dante Hall vs. Pittsburgh (3-146) Sept. 14, 2003 45.00 Tremon Smith at New England Oct. 14, 2018 (4-180) 44.67 Dante Hall vs. St. Louis (3-134) Dec. 8, 2002 44.33 Paul Palmer vs. Seattle (3-133) Dec. 27, 1987 40.67 Noland Smith at San Diego (6-244) Oct. 15, 1967 40.33 L. Williams vs. Cincinnati (3-121) Nov. 21, 1976 40.33 Dante Hall at Baltimore (3-121) Sept. 28, 2003 Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns, Career 6 Dante Hall 2000-06 4 Tamarick Vanover 1995-99 2 Paul Palmer 1987-88 2 Knile Davis 2013-16 Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns, Season 2 Paul Palmer 1987 2 Tamarick Vanover 1995 2 Dante Hall 2003 2 Dante Hall 2004 Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns, Game 1 23 times Last; Tyreek Hill at Denver Nov. 27, 2016

Fumbles Most Opponents Fumbles Forced, Career 45 Derrick Thomas 1989-99 33 Tamba Hali 2006-17 29 Neil Smith 1988-96 23 Derrick Johnson 2005-17 14 Justin Houston 2011-18 13 Kevin Ross 1984-93, â&#x20AC;&#x2122;97 13 Jared Allen 2004-07 Most Opponents Fumbles Forced, Season 8 Derrick Thomas 1992 7 Jared Allen 2005 7 Dee Ford 2018 6 Derrick Thomas 1990 6 Derrick Thomas 1994 6 Tamba Hali 2006

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Most Fumbles Forced, Rookie, Season 6 Tamba Hali 2006 4 Kevin Ross 1984 4 Tim Cofield 1986

Interceptions Most Seasons, Leading League 2 Johnny Robinson 1966, ’70 2 Emmitt Thomas 1969, ’74 Most Interceptions By, Career 58 Emmitt Thomas 57 Johnny Robinson 50 Deron Cherry 39 Gary Barbaro 38 Albert Lewis

1966-78 1960-71 1981-91 1976-82 1983-93

Most Interceptions By, Season 12 Emmitt Thomas 10 Johnny Robinson 10 Bobby Hunt 10 Johnny Robinson 10 Gary Barbaro 9 Emmitt Thomas 9 Deron Cherry

1974 1966 1966 1970 1980 1969 1986

Most Interceptions By, Rookie, Season 8 Marcus Peters 2015 8 Bobby Hunt 1962 7 Dale Carter 1992 6 Kevin Ross 1984 4 Bobby Ply 1962 4 Emmitt Thomas 1967 4 Lloyd Burruss 1981 4 Albert Lewis 1983 4 Eric Berry 2010 3 12players Most Interceptions By, Game *4 Bobby Ply vs. San Diego 4 Bobby Hunt vs. Houston 4 Deron Cherry vs. Seattle 3 Bobby Ply vs. Denver 3 Johnny Robinson at Baltimore 3 Albert Lewis vs. Atlanta 3 Lloyd Burruss vs. San Diego 3 Albert Lewis vs. Atlanta 3 Greg Wesley vs. Miami 3 Greg Wesley vs. New England *NFL RECORD

Dec. 16, 1962 Oct. 4, 1964 Sept. 29, 1985 Dec. 9, 1962 Sept. 28, 1970 Dec. 8, 1985 Oct. 19, 1986 Sept. 1, 1991 Sept. 29, 2002 Nov. 27, 2005

Most Consecutive Games, Passes Intercepted By 6 Eric Harris 1980 Most Interception Return Yards, Career 938 Emmitt Thomas (58 INTs) 1966-78 771 Gary Barbaro (39 INTs) 1975-82 741 Johnny Robinson (57 INTs) 1960-71 688 Deron Cherry (50 INTs) 1981-91 674 Bobby Hunt (37 INTs) 1962-67 Most Interception Return Yards, Season 280 Marcus Peters (8 INTs) 2015 274 Mark McMillian (8 INTs) 1997

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228 214 193 175

Bobby Hunt (6 INTs) Emmitt Thomas (12 INTs) Lloyd Burruss (5 INTs) Derrick Johnson (3 INTs)

1963 1974 1986 2009

Most Interception Return Yards Gained, Game 121 Lloyd Burruss vs. San Diego (3 INTs) Oct. 19, 1986 118 Brandon Flowers at N.Y. Jets (2 INTs) Oct. 26, 2008 108 Bobby Ply vs. San Diego (4 INTs) Dec. 16, 1962 105 Derrick Johnson vs. Denver (2 INTs) Jan. 3, 2010 102 Gary Barbaro vs. Seattle (1 INT) Dec. 11, 1977 Longest Interception Return 102 Gary Barbaro vs. Seattle 100 Tim Collier at Oakland 100 Sean Smith at Buffalo 99 Dave Grayson vs. N.Y. Titans 99 Kevin Ross at San Diego

Dec. 11, 1977 Dec. 18, 1977 Nov. 3, 2013 Dec. 17, 1961 Sept. 6, 1992

Most Interception Return Touchdowns, Career 6 Bobby Bell 1963-74 5 Emmitt Thomas 1966-78 5 Jim Kearney 1967-75 5 Eric Berry 2010-17 4 Lloyd Burruss 1981-91 4 Derrick Johnson 2005-17 Most Interception Return Touchdowns, Season *4 Jim Kearney 1972 3 Lloyd Burruss 1986 3 Mark McMillian 1997 2 Sherrill Headrick 1961 2 Emmitt Thomas 1974 2 Charles Mincy 1992 2 Jerome Woods 1993 2 Derrick Johnson 2009 2 Eric Berry 2013 2 Marcus Peters 2015 2 Eric Berry 2016 *NFL RECORD Most Interception Return Touchdowns, Game *2 Jim Kearney at Denver Oct. 1, 1972 2 Lloyd Burruss vs. San Diego Oct. 19, 1986 2 Derrick Johnson at Denver Jan. 3, 2010 *NFL RECORD

Sacks Most Sacks, Career (All 50.0+) 126.5 Derrick Thomas 1989-99 89.5 Tamba Hali 2006-17 85.5 Neil Smith 1988-96 78.5 Justin Houston 2011-18 73.0 Art Still 1978-87 51.0 Mike Bell 1979-85, ’87-91 Most Sacks, Season 22.0 Justin Houston 20.0 Derrick Thomas 15.5 Jared Allen 15.5 Chris Jones 15.0 Neil Smith 14.5 Art Still 14.5 Art Still

2014 1990 2007 2018 1993 1980 1984

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14.5 Neil Smith 14.5 Derrick Thomas 14.5 Tamba Hali

1992 1992 2010

Most Sacks, Consecutive Seasons 33.5 Derrick Thomas (20.0, 13.5) 33.0 Justin Houston (11.0, 22.0) 30.0 Derrick Thomas (10.0, 20.0) 29.5 Neil Smith (14.5, 15.0) 29.5 Justin Houston (22.0, 7.5) 28.0 Derrick Thomas (13.5, 14.5) 26.5 Neil Smith (15.0, 11.5) 26.5 Tamba Hali (14.5, 12.0) Most Sacks, Rookie, Season 10.0 Derrick Thomas 9.0 Jared Allen 8.0 Tamba Hali 6.5 Art Still 5.5 Sylvester Hicks 5.5 Mike Bell 5.5 Justin Houston

1990-91 2013-14 1989-90 1992-93 2014-15 1991-92 1993-94 2010-11 1989 2004 2006 1978 1978 1979 2011

Most Sacks, Game *7.0 Derrick Thomas vs. Seattle 6.0 Derrick Thomas vs. Oakland 4.5 Justin Houston at Philadelphia 4.0 Wilbur Young at San Diego 4.0 Art Still at Oakland 4.0 Derrick Thomas vs. Buffalo 4.0 Derrick Thomas vs. San Diego 4.0 Neil Smith vs. L.A. Raiders 4.0 Justin Houston vs. San Diego *NFL RECORD

Nov. 11, 1990 Sept. 6, 1998 Sept. 19, 2013 Oct. 19, 1975 Oct. 5, 1980 Oct. 7, 1991 Nov. 8, 1992 Oct. 3, 1993 Dec. 28, 2014

Most Sack Yards, Career 699.0 Derrick Thomas 591.5 Tamba Hali 506.5 Neil Smith 452.0 Justin Houston 293.0 Eric Hicks

1989-99 2006-17 1988-96 2011-18 1998-06

Most Sack Yards, Season 127.0 Neil Smith 122.0 Chris Jones 114.5 Neil Smith 113.0 Derrick Thomas 111.0 Jared Allen 109.0 Derrick Thomas

1993 2018 1992 1992 2007 1996

Most Sack Yards, Game 36.0 Derrick Thomas vs. San Diego 36.0 Derrick Thomas vs. Oakland 35.0 Neil Smith vs. Los Angeles 34.0 Vonnie Holliday vs. San Diego 33.0 Darren Mickell vs. Denver

Nov. 8, 1992 Sept. 6, 1998 Oct. 3, 1993 Sept. 7, 2003 Dec. 17, 1995

Tackles Most Tackles, Career 1,262 Derrick Johnson 999 Gary Spani 992 Art Still 927 Deron Cherry 876 Donnie Edwards

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2005-17 1978-86 1978-87 1981-91 1996-01, 2007-08

827 Kevin Ross

1984-93, â&#x20AC;&#x2122;97

Most Tackles, Season 179 Derrick Johnson 162 Mike Maslowski 157 Gary Spani 153 Gary Spani 151 Deron Cherry 151 Donnie Edwards 151 Scott Fujita

2011 2002 1979 1981 1988 1998, 2000 2003

Most Tackles, Rookie, Season 144 Gary Spani 140 Dino Hackett 126 Eric Berry 120 Art Still 101 Greg Wesley

1978 1986 2010 1978 2000

Most Tackles, Consecutive Seasons 326 Derrick Johnson (147, 179) 306 Gary Spani (157, 149) 304 Derrick Johnson (179, 125) 302 Gary Spani (149, 153) 301 Gary Spani (144, 157)

2010-11 1979-80 2011-12 1980-81 1978-79

Special Team Tackles Most Special Teams Tackles, Career 148 Gary Stills 1999-05 147 Greg Manusky 1994-99 97 Danan Hughes 1993-98 96 Tony Richardson 1995-05 94 Louis Cooper 1985-90 Most Special Teams Tackles, Season 34 Gary Stills 2002 29 Gary Stills 2003 29 Rich Scanlon 2005 28 Ken Jolly 1984 27 Albert Lewis 1983 27 Todd McNair 1990 27 Bennie Thompson 1992 27 Greg Manusky 1999 Most Special Teams Tackles, Consecutive Seasons 63 Gary Stills 2002-03 54 Gary Stills 2003-04 52 Gary Stills 2001-02 51 Greg Manusky 1996-97 50 Greg Manusky 1998-99 50 Gary Stills 2004-05

Blocked Kicks Most Opponents Punts Blocked, Career 10 Albert Lewis 1983-93 3 Bernard Pollard 2006-08 2 Ed Beckman 1977-84 2 Gary Green 1977-83 2 Sherrill Headrick 1960-67 2 Bernard Pollard 2006 1 D.J. Alexander 2015 Most Opponents Punts Blocked, Season 4 Albert Lewis 1990

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3 Albert Lewis 2 Sherrill Headrick 2 Bernard Pollard

1986 1963 2006

Longest Return of Blocked Field Goal 78 (TD) Lloyd Burruss at Pittsburgh Dec. 21, 1986 65 (TD) Kevin Ross at Cincinnati Dec. 6, 1987

Most Opponents Punts Blocked, Game 2 Sherrill Headrick vs. Denver Dec. 8, 1963

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Games Won Most Consecutive Games Won 11 2015-16 9 2003, 2013, 2017-18 7 1968-69, 1969, 1995, 1997-98, 2016-17 6 1968, 1997 5 1961-62, 1966-67, 1971, 1984-85, 2014, 2016 Most Consecutive Games Won, Single Season 10 2015 9 2003, 2013 7 1969, 1995 6 1968, 1997 5 1968, 1971, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 Most Consecutive Games Won, Start of Season 9 2003, 2013 5 2017, 2018 4 1996, 2018 3 1962, 1966, 1994, 1995, 2010 Most Consecutive Games Won, End of Season 10 2015 6 1997 5 1968 4 2017, 2018 3 1960, 1963, 1966, 1967, 1971, 1972, 1984, 1986 Most Consecutive Home Games Won 13 2002-03 11 1994-96, 1997-98 10 1968-69, 2015-16 9 1970-71, 2017-18 Most Consecutive Road Games Won 9 1966-67, 2016-17 6 1967-68 5 1968-69, 1971-72

Games Lost Most Consecutive Games Lost 12 2007-08 9 1987, 2008-09 8 1975-76, 2012 7 1985, 2008 Most Consecutive Games Lost, Start of Season 5 1977, 2009 4 1976, 1980 3 1975, 2004, 2008, 2011 Most Consecutive Games Lost, End of Season 9 2007 6 1977 4 1975, 2008, 2012 Most Consecutive Home Games Lost 10 2008-09 8 1974-75 7 1975-76, 2011-12 6 1977-78, 2007-08 Most Consecutive Road Games Lost 9 2007-08

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8 1978-79, 1985-86 6 1988, 2008-09, 2012

Scoring Most Points, Season (All 400+) 565 2018 484 2003 483 2004 467 2002 448 1966 430 2013 415 2017 408 1967 405 2015 403 2005 Highest Scoring Average, Season 35.3 (565 in 16 games) 32.0 (448 in 14 games) 30.3 (484 in 16 games) 30.2 (483 in 16 games) 29.2 (467 in 16 games) 29.1 (408 in 14 games)

2018 1966 2003 2004 2002 1967

Most Points, Consecutive Seasons 971 (415, 565) 2017-18 967 (484, 483) 2003-04 951 (467, 484) 2002-03 886 (483, 403) 2004-05 856 (448, 408) 1966-67 804 (389, 415) 2016-17 Fewest Points, Season 176 1982 (9 games) 211 2012 212 2011 225 1977 226 2007 Lowest Scoring Average, Season 13.2 (211 in 16 games) 13.3 (212 in 16 games) 14.1 (226 in 16 games) 14.9 (238 in 16 games) 15.2 (243 in 16 games) 15.9 (254 in 16 games)

2012 2011 2007 1979 1978 1988

Largest Scoring Differential, Season 201 (371 - 170) 1968 182 (359 - 177) 1969 176 (448 - 276) 1966 156 (369 - 233) 1962 154 (408 - 254) 1967 Most 40-Point Games, Season 5 2003, 2018 4 1966, 2002, 2004 3 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1967 2 1965, 1968, 1983, 2000, 2010, 2013, 2017 Most 30-Point Games, Season 12 2018 8 1966, 2002, 2004 7 1999, 2003

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6 1960, 1967, 2010 5 1962, 1965, 1968, 1983, 1994, 2005, 2006, 2015, 2016, 2017 Most Points Scored, Game 59 at Denver 56 at Denver 56 vs. Atlanta 56 at Oakland 54 vs. St. Louis 52 4 times; Last vs. Denver Largest Margin of 52 Kansas City (59) 49 Kansas City (49) 48 Kansas City (48) 46 Kansas City (56) 46 Kansas City (56)

Sept. 7, 1963 Oct. 23, 1966 Oct. 24, 2004 Dec. 15, 2013 Oct. 22, 2000 Oct. 29, 1967

Victory, Game at Denver (7) vs. Arizona (0) vs. N.Y. Jets (0) vs. Denver (10) vs. Atlanta (10)

Sept. 7, 1963 Dec. 1, 2002 Dec. 22, 1963 Oct. 16, 1966 Oct. 24, 2004

Most Points, Both Teams, Game 105 KC (51) at LAR (54) Nov. 19, 2018 99 KC (48) at Seattle (51) Nov. 27, 1983 (OT) 88 KC (49) vs. Denver (39) Nov. 1, 1964 88 KC (54) vs. St. Louis (34) Oct. 22, 2000 Fewest Points, Both Teams, Game 3 KC (0) at Tampa Bay (3) Dec. 16, 1979 9 KC (3) vs. Cleveland (6) Sept. 4, 1988 10 KC (7) at Denver (3) Jan. 1, 2012 12 KCâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;(6) vs. St. Louis (6) Nov. 22, 1970 12 KC (3) at Miami (9) Oct. 20, 1974 Most Points Shutout Victory, Game 49 vs. Arizona Dec. 1, 2002 48 vs. N.Y. Jets Dec. 22, 1963 41 vs. Miami Oct. 8, 1967 41 vs. San Francisco Oct. 1, 2006 34 vs. Boston Dec. 11, 1960 34 vs. Houston Nov. 26, 1989 34 vs. Cleveland Sept. 30, 1990 34 vs. San Diego Oct. 31, 1999 Fewest Points, Shutout Victory, Game 14 vs. Baltimore Sept. 2, 1979 16 vs. Denver Dec. 6, 1970 17 vs. L.A. Chargers Sept. 25, 1960 Largest Fourth-Quarter Comebacks Opponent Deficit Final 17 at Green Bay 14-31 40-34 (OT) 17 vs. San Diego 10-27 33-27 (OT) 14 at N.Y. Jets 3-17 17-17 (OT) 14 vs. N.Y. Giants 3-17 20-17 (OT) 14 at Oakland 20-34 37-34 14 at Carolina 3-17 20-17

Date Oct. 12, 2003 Sept. 11, 2016 Oct. 2, 1988 Sept. 10, 1995 Nov. 28, 1999 Nov. 13,2016

Largest Second-Half Comebacks Opponent Deficit Final 21 vs. San Diego 3-24 33-27 (OT) 18 at New Orleans 6-24 27-24 17 at Buffalo 10-27 27-27 17 at Oakland 0-17 28-17 17 at Green Bay 14-31 40-34 (OT) 16 at San Diego 0-16 24-23 14 at N.Y. Jets 3-17 17-17 (OT) 14 vs. San Diego 0-14 20-17 (OT)

Date Sept. 11, 2016 Sept. 23, 2012 Sept. 22, 1963 Oct. 25, 1981 Oct. 12, 2003 Nov. 2, 1986 Oct. 2, 1988 Dec. 8, 1991

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14 14 14 14

vs. N.Y. Giants at Oakland at Oakland at Carolina

3-17 13-27 20-34 3-17

20-17 (OT) 28-27 37-34 20-17

Sept. 10, 1995 Sept. 8, 1997 Nov. 28, 1999 Nov. 13, 2016

Most Consecutive Games Scoring 179 1963-76 139 1994-2002 98 2012-18 91 1987-92 84 2003-08 Most Points, Two Consecutive Games 104 (56, 48) Oct. 23, 1966 - Oct. 30, 1966 101 (45, 56) Dec. 8, 2013 - Dec. 15, 2013 Most First-Half Points, Game 42 vs. Denver Oct. 29, 1967 38 at Miami Sept. 28, 1968 38 at Washington Dec. 8, 2013 35 vs. Arizona Dec. 1, 2002 35 vs. St. Louis Dec. 8, 2002 35 vs. Atlanta Oct. 24, 2004 35 at Oakland Dec. 15, 2013 35 vs. San Francisco Sept. 23, 2018 Most First-Quarter Points, Season 158 1966 147 2018 124 2013 113 2004 112 2003 103 1962 Most First-Quarter Points, Game 24 at Miami 21 13 times, last at Pittsburgh

Sept. 28, 1968 Sept. 16, 2018

Most Second-Quarter Points, Season 153 2003 150 2018 149 1997 143 1967 137 1989, 2004, 2010 136 2005 Most Second-Quarter Points, Game 28 vs. Denver Oct. 29, 1967 28 vs. Pittsburgh Oct. 18, 1971 28 vs. Denver Dec. 7, 1980 28 vs. San Diego Dec. 22, 1985 28 at Washington Sept. 30, 2001 24 vs. Houston Oct. 30, 1966 24 vs. Indianapolis Oct. 31, 2004 Most Second-Half Points, Game 35 at Denver Oct. 23, 1966 35 at Denver Dec. 1, 1972 35 at Tennessee Dec. 13, 2004 34 at Denver Jan. 3, 2010 31 at Denver Sept. 7, 1963 31 at New England Oct. 14, 2018 30 vs. Cleveland Dec. 14, 1975 Most Third-Quarter Points, Season 134 2018

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109 106 105 94 93

1963 1964 1998 1966 1999, 2004

Most Third-Quarter Points, Game 22 vs. New York Jets Nov. 5, 1967 22 vs. Buffalo Oct. 18, 1969 22 vs. Oakland Nov. 26, 1961 21 at Buffalo Nov. 6, 1960 21 at Denver Sept. 7, 1963 21 at Denver Oct. 1, 1972 21 vs. Oakland Oct. 3, 1977 Most Fourth-Quarter Points, Season 168 2002 140 2004 131 2003, 2018 129 1962 127 1960 Most Fourth-Quarter Points, Game 23 at Buffalo Nov. 2, 1969 23 at Cleveland Sept. 8, 2002 22 at N.Y. Titans Nov. 24, 1960 21 at New England Sept. 7, 2017 20 at Green Bay Oct. 12, 2003

Most Touchdowns, Consecutive Seasons 125 (63, 62) 2003-04 120 (57, 63) 2002-03 113 (42, 71) 2017-18 108 (62, 46) 2004-05 104 (55, 49) 1966-67 96 (50, 46) 1962-63 Fewest Touchdowns, Season 17 1982 (9 games) 18 2012 20 2011 23 1973 24 1988, 2007

Fewest Offensive Touchdowns, Season 13 1982 (9 games) 17 2012 18 2011 21 1973, 1974 23 2007 24 1970, 1977, 1987, 1988 25 1979 Most Return Touchdowns, Season 11 1992, 1999, 2013 8 2016 7 1995, 1997, 2003

Fewest Defensive Touchdowns, Season 0 1962, 1976, 1978, 1988, 2006, 2012 1 1961, 1975, 1976, 1989, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2007 Most Defensive Touchdowns, Game 3 vs. Denver Dec. 27, 1992 2 15 times, last at Baltimore Dec. 20, 2015 Most Interception Return TDs, Season 6 1992 5 1972, 1974, 1999, 2013 4 1960, 1986, 1997, 2015, 2016 Most Fumble Return TDs, Season 4 1999 3 1997, 1980, 1981, 2017 2 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 2013

Sept. 7, 1963 Oct. 23, 1966 Oct. 24, 2004 Dec. 15, 2013 Dec. 13, 2004

Most Touchdowns, Both Teams, Game 13 Kansas City (7) at Seattle (6) Nov. 27, 1983 (OT) 13 Kansas City (8) at Oakland (5) Dec. 15, 2013 12 Kansas City (7) vs. Denver (5) Nov. 1, 1964 12 Kansas City (7) vs. St. Louis (5) Oct. 22, 2000 12 Kansas City (7) at Tennesse (5) Dec. 13, 2004

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Most Offensive Touchdowns, Season 66 2018 58 2004 56 2003 53 2002 50 1962, 1966 46 1964

Most Defensive Touchdowns, Season 9 1999 8 1992 6 2013, 2015 5 1972, 1974, 1977 4 1960, 1967, 1981, 1986, 1995, 1997, 2016, 2018

Most Touchdowns, Season 71 2018 63 2003 62 2004 57 2002 55 1966 52 2013

Most Touchdowns, Game 8 at Denver 8 at Denver 8 vs. Atlanta 8 at Oakland 7 12 times; Last at Tennessee

Most Consecutive Games Scoring Touchdowns 96 1963-70 64 1997-01 52 1960-63 35 1994-96 33 1976-78

Most Special Teams Touchdowns, Season 5 1986, 1987, 2013 4 1995, 2003, 2016 3 1969, 1992, 2002, 2009 Most Special Teams Touchdowns, Game 3 at Pittsburgh Dec. 21, 1986 2 vs. Cleveland Sept. 30, 1990 2 vs. St. Louis Dec. 8, 2002 2 at Washington Dec. 8, 2013 Most Points After Touchdown, Season

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65 58 54 52 48 47

2018 2003, 2004 2002 2013 1966 1962

Fewest Points After Touchdown, Season 17 1982 (9 games), 2012 20 2011 21 1973, 2007 23 1988 Most Points After Touchdown, Game 8 at Denver Sept. 8, 1963 8 at Denver Oct. 23, 1966 8 vs. Atlanta Oct. 24, 2004 8 at Oakland Dec. 15, 2013 Most Two-Point Attempts, Season 6 2001 5 1997 4 1961, 1994, 2008, 2015 3 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1995, 2002, 2003, 2007 Most Two-Point Conversions, Season 3 1961, 1965, 1994, 2001 2 1966, 1967, 1997, 2015, 2016 1 11 times, Last; 2018 Most Two-Point Attempts, Game 2 vs. Buffalo Oct. 18, 1964 2 at Houston Oct. 24, 1965 2 at St. Louis Oct. 26, 1997 2 at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 2 at Greeb Bay Sept. 28, 2015 2 at Oakland Nov. 20, 2015 Most Two-Point Conversions, Game 2 at Houston Oct. 24, 1965 2 at St. Louis Oct. 26, 1997 Most Field Goals Attempted, Season 45 2017 44 1971 42 1970 40 1968 Fewest Field Goals Attempted, Season 17 1964 18 1977 20 2003 22 1979, 2008 Most Field Goals Attempted, Game 7 vs. Buffalo Dec. 19, 1971 7 vs. Cincinnati Oct. 4, 2015 6 8 times; Last at New Orleans Sept. 23, 2012 Most Field Goals Attempted, Both Teams, Game 10 Kansas City (7) vs. Buffalo (3) Dec. 19, 1971 10 Kansas City (5) at San Diego (5) Oct. 29, 1972 10 Kansas City (6) vs. Denver (4) Dec. 16, 2001 10 Kansas City (5) vs. Denver (5) Sept. 28, 2008 Most Field Goals Made, Season

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41 34 31 30 28 27

2017 1990 2016 1968, 1970, 2015 2012 1969, 1988, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2005

Fewest Field Goals Made, Season 7 1961 8 1963, 1964 12 1979 Most Field Goals Made, Game 7 at Cincinnati Oct. 4, 2015 6 at New Orleans Sept. 23, 2012 5 at Buffalo Nov. 2, 1969 5 vs. Buffalo Dec. 7, 1969 5 vs. Buffalo Dec. 19, 1971 5 vs. L.A. Raiders Sept. 12, 1985 5 vs. Cincinnati Nov. 13, 1988 5 at Chicago Dec. 29, 1990 5 vs. Denver Sept. 20, 1993 5 vs. Minnesota Oct. 2, 2011 5 at Houston Oct. 8, 2017 5 vs. Denver Oct. 30, 2017 5 vs. Miami Dec. 24, 2017 Most Field Goals Made, Both Teams, Game *9 Kansas City (4) at San Diego (5) Sept. 29, 1996 *NFL RECORD 8 Kansas City (5) vs. Buffalo (3) Dec. 19, 1971 8 Kansas City (4) vs. Denver (4) Sept. 28, 2008 7 Kansas City (5) vs. Buffalo (2) Dec. 7, 1969 7 Kansas City (4) vs. Denver (3) Dec. 16, 2001 7 Kansas City (3) at Indianapolis (4) Oct. 10, 2010 7 Kansas City (6) at New Orleans (1) Sept. 23, 2012 7 Kansas City (7) at Cincinnati (0) Oct. 4, 2015 7 Kansas City (5) vs. Denver (2) Oct. 30, 2017 7 Kansas City (5) vs. Miami (2) Dec. 24, 2017 Most Consecutive Games Scoring Field Goals 18 2001-02 16 2017-18 15 2005 14 1970 11 1968-69, 1971-72, 1985-86 10 1980-81, 2013 Most Safeties, Season 3 1988, 1997 Most Safeties, Game 1 21 times; Last at Denver

Nov. 27, 2016

First Downs Most First Downs, Season *398 2004 384 2018 348 2003 347 2005 343 2002 324 2001 *NFLâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;RECORD

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Fewest First Downs, Season 163 1982 (9 games) 183 1970 208 1973

0 0 0 1

Most First Downs, Game (All 30+) 36 vs. Atlanta Oct. 24, 2004 33 vs. Indianapolis Oct. 31, 2004 33 vs. Cincinnati Oct. 21, 2018 32 at Houston Oct. 24, 1965 32 at Seattle Nov. 24, 2002 32 vs. Oakland Dec. 25, 2004 31 at Oakland Nov. 5, 2000 31 vs. San Francisco Sept. 23, 2018 30 vs. Cleveland Nov. 9, 2003 30 at L.A. Raiders Dec. 22, 1991 30 vs. Seattle Oct. 29, 2006 30 at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 30 vs. Baltimore Dec. 9, 2018 Fewest First Downs, Game 4 at Tampa Bay 5 at San Diego 7 at Boston 7 at Oakland 7 at Denver 7 at Oakland 8 12 times; Last at Denver

Dec. 16, 1979 Dec. 12, 2010 Oct. 23, 1964 Dec. 12, 1970 Dec. 9, 2007 Dec. 16, 2012 Dec. 30, 2012

Most First Downs, Both Teams, Game 64 KC (32) at Seattle (32) Nov. 24, 2002 62 KC (31) at Oakland (31) Nov. 5, 2000 59 KC (26) at Seattle (33) Nov. 27, 1983 (OT) 58 KC (24) at Denver (34) Nov. 18, 1974 Fewest First Downs, Both Teams, Games 15 Kansas City (7) vs. Denver (8) Dec. 6, 1970 18 Kansas City (7) at Boston (11) Oct. 23, 1964

at Arizona vs. Jacksonville at Oakland 12 times; Last vs. Pittsburgh

Oct. 8, 2006 Oct. 7, 2007 Dec. 16, 2012 Oct. 15, 2017 *NFL RECORD

Most Passing First Downs, Season 239 2018 228 2004 211 1994 208 1983 207 2000 201 2003 Fewest Passing First Downs, Season 79 1982 (9 games) 86 1970 89 1968 91 1979 93 1973 Most Passing First Downs, Game (All 20+) 26 vs. Oakland Dec. 25, 2004 24 at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 23 at Oakland Nov. 5, 2000 21 at Dallas Nov. 20, 1983 21 at Denver Oct. 17, 1994 21 at Denver Dec. 7, 2003 21 at Houston Oct. 8, 2017 21 at Los Angeles Rams Nov. 19, 2018 20 vs. Indianapolis Oct. 31, 2004 Fewest Passing First Downs, Game 1 vs. Oakland Oct. 20, 1968 1 vs. Houston Sept. 10, 1978 1 at Tampa Bay Dec. 16, 1979 2 5 times; Last at Denver Dec. 30, 2012

Most Rushing First Downs, Season 160 1978, 1981 140 2002 138 2004, 2005 130 1980 129 1969, 1997, 2010

Most Penalty First Downs, Season 37 2018 34 2013 33 1996, 1998 32 2004, 2015 30 2000 29 1966, 1978, 1984, 1986, 2017

Fewest Rushing First Downs, Season 66 2007 71 1982 (9 games) 79 1985 83 1970, 1983, 1986 84 2000

Fewest Penalty First Downs, Season 4 1969 8 1965 9 1973 10 1999 11 1968, 1972

Most Rushing First Downs, Game 21 vs. Atlanta Oct. 24, 2004 20 vs. Houston Oct. 1, 1961 18 vs. Oakland Oct. 20, 1968 18 vs. Seattle Nov. 22, 1981 18 at Detroit Nov. 28, 1996 16 8 times; Last vs. Buffalo Oct. 7, 1991

Most Penalty First Downs, Game 9 vs. L.A. Raiders 7 vs. L.A. Raiders 7 vs. Seattle 7 vs. San Francisco 6 at Tennessee 6 at Oakland 5 9 times; Last vs. Washington

Fewest Rushing First Downs, Game *0 at Cincinnati Nov. 24, 1974 Nov. 10, 1985 0 vs. Pittsburgh Dec. 6, 1992 0 at L.A. Raiders Oct. 27, 1996 0 at Denver

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Oct. 3, 1993 Sept. 17, 1989 Oct. 17, 1996 Sept. 23, 2018 Dec. 13, 2004 Nov. 7, 2010 Oct. 2, 2017

Fewest Penalty First Downs, Game 0 Many times; Last, at New York Jets

Dec. 3, 2017

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Net Yards Passing and Rushing Most Net Yards, Season 6,810 2018 6,695 2004 6,401 2018 6,192 2005 6,007 2017 6,000 2002 5,910 2003

Fewest Net Yards, Season 2,498 1982 (9 games) 3,536 1973 3,577 1970 3,828 1974 3,936 1977

(552) (524) (537) (546) (513)

at at at at at

Seattle (534) Denver (512) San Diego (476) L.A. Rams (455) Oakland (473)

Nov. 24, 2002 Jan. 3, 2010 Dec. 11, 1983 Nov. 19, 2018 Nov. 5, 2000

Most Games, 400 or More Net Yards, Season 11 2018 9 2004 7 2005, 2010, 2017 6 1994, 2000, 2002 5 1969, 2001, 2003 4 1960, 1961, 1962, 1976, 1983, 1997, 2016 3 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1974, 1981, 1989,1990, 1991, 2009, 2011, 2012 Most Consecutive Games, 400 or More Net Yards 5 2004 4 1976, 2005, 2018 3 1974, 2000, 2010, 2018

Most Net Yards, Game (All 500+) 614 at Denver Oct. 23, 1966 590 vs. Indianapolis Oct. 31, 2004 566 vs. Detroit Oct. 14, 1990 552 at Seattle Nov. 24, 2002 551 vs. Buffalo Sept. 30, 1962 551 vs. Cincinnati Oct. 21, 2018 546 at Washington Sept. 30, 2001 546 at Los Angeles Rams Nov. 19, 2018 542 at Houston Oct. 24, 1965 540 vs. Atlanta Oct. 24, 2004 537 at San Diego Dec. 11, 1983 537 vs. Cincinnati Jan. 1, 2006 537 at New England Sept. 7, 2017 524 at Denver Jan. 3, 2010 521 vs. Detroit Dec. 14, 2003 520 vs. Denver Nov. 1, 1964 513 at Oakland Nov. 5, 2000 512 vs. Seattle Dec. 27, 1987 510 vs. Houston Nov. 28, 1965 510 at New Orleans Sept. 23, 2012 508 at Cincinnati Sept. 28, 1969 507 vs. Indianapolis Dec. 23, 2012 506 vs. San Diego Oct. 14, 1984 504 at New Orleans Sept. 8, 1985 504 at N.Y. Jets Oct. 6, 2002 503 at Seattle Nov. 28, 2010 502 at Buffalo Oct. 3, 1976 500 at Oakland Dec. 5, 2004 Nov. 8, 1963 Dec. 12, 2010 Dec. 16, 1979 Oct. 29, 1973 Dec. 8, 1973

Most Net Yards, Both Teams, Game 1,095 KC (590) vs. Indianapolis (505)

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KC KC KC KC KC

Fewest Net Yards, Both Teams, Game 323 KC (178) at N.Y. Jets (145) Nov. 7, 1971 335 KC (244) vs. Houston (91) Oct. 12, 1969 338 KC (62) vs. Oakland (276) Nov. 8, 1963

Most Net Yards, Consecutive Seasons 12,887 (6,695, 6,192) 2004-05 12,817 (6,007, 6,810) 2017-18 12,605 (5,910, 6,695) 2003-04 11,910 (6,000, 5,910) 2002-03 11,673 (5,673, 6,000) 2001-02 11,495 (5,488, 6,007) 2016-17

Fewest Net Yards, Game 62 vs. Oakland 67 at San Diego 80 at Tampa Bay 104 at Buffalo 106 at Oakland

1,086 1,036 1,013 1,001 986

Oct. 31, 2004

Most Games, 300 or 15 2004, 2018 14 2005 13 2002, 2017 12 1989, 1995, 1999, 11 1966, 1983, 1991, 10 1964, 1968, 1981,

More Net Yards, Season

2003, 2010, 2013, 2015 1996, 2016 1984, 1993, 1994, 2000, 2001, 2014

Most Consecutive Games, 300 or More Net Yards 18 2017-18 16 2004-05 13 2001-02 11 2005 10 1966-67, 1989, 2003 8 2010 7 1981, 1991 Most Plays, Season 1,098 1994 1,089 2004 1,074 1983 1,063 2010 1,059 1995 1,059 2005 Fewest Plays, Season 573 1982 (9 games) 712 2017 775 1970 831 1968 833 1965 836 1971 Most Plays, Game 92 at New Orleans 91 at Cincinnati 86 vs. N.Y. Giants 86 vs. Seattle 85 at Jacksonville 84 vs. Denver

Sept. 23, 2012 Sept. 3, 1978 Nov. 3, 1974 Sept. 28, 1997 Nov. 9, 1997 Oct. 24, 1976

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84 at San Diego

Nov. 12, 1978

Fewest Plays, Game 38 at Oakland 38 at Tampa Bay 41 at San Diego 41 at San Diego 42 at Oakland 44 at Detroit 44 at New England 44 at Baltimore

Dec. 12, 1970 Dec. 16, 1979 Oct. 7, 1962 Dec. 12, 2010 Dec. 8, 1973 Nov. 25, 1971 Oct. 11, 1998 Sept. 13, 2009

Rushing Most Rushing Attempts, Season 663 1978 610 1981 569 1979 559 1989 556 2010 552 1980 Most Rushing Attempts, Consecutive Seasons 1,232 (663, 569) 1978-79 1,162 (552, 610) 1980-81 1,121 (569, 552) 1979-80 1,089 (456, 663) 1977-78 1,063 (559, 504) 1989-90 Fewest Rushing Attempts, Season 269 1982 (9 games) 379 2008 383 2000, 2007 387 1983, 2018 400 1963 Most Rushing Attempts, Game 69 at Cincinnati Sept. 3, 1978 60 vs. Oakland Oct. 20, 1968 57 vs. Seattle Nov. 5, 1989 Fewest Rushing Attempts, Game 9 at Oakland Nov. 5, 2000 10 vs. Jacksonville Oct. 7, 2007 10 at Oakland Dec. 16, 2012 11 at New England Oct. 11, 1998 11 at New York Jets Dec. 3, 2017 12 at Oakland Dec. 8, 1973 12 at Denver Oct. 27, 1996 13 vs. Buffalo Nov. 23, 2008 14 at San Diego Sept. 29, 1963 14 vs. Pittsburgh Nov. 10, 1985 14 at L.A. Raiders Dec. 6, 1992 14 at Jacksonville Nov. 8, 2009 Most Rushing Attempts, Both Teams, Game 102 KC (52) at San Diego (50) Nov. 12, 1978 (OT) 100 KC (41) vs. Denver (59) Sept. 24, 1978 Fewest Rushing Attempts, Both Teams, Game 37 KC (21) vs. Houston (16) Dec. 16, 1990 40 KC (17) at Buffalo (23) Dec. 12, 1965 Most Games, 40 or More Rushing Attempts, Season 9 1978 8 1973, 1981

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7 1968 6 1962, 1969, 1989 5 1976, 1979, 1980, 1997, 2010 Most Games, 30 or More Rushing Attempts, Season 14 1978 13 1981 12 1971, 1975, 1980 11 1969, 1989, 1990, 2005, 2006 10 1968, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1979, 1995, 1999, 2010 Most Consecutive Games, 40 or More Rushing Attempts 4 1968, 1978 3 1962, 1973, 1996 Most Consecutive Games, 30 or More Rushing Attempts 15 1980-81 8 1975, 1977-78 7 1972, 1978, 1978-79 6 1970, 1980, 1989, 1999 Most Rushing Yards, Season 2,986 1978 2,633 1981 2,627 2010 2,407 1962 2,395 2012 Most Rushing Yards, Home, Season 1,488 1981 1,468 1962 1,463 2010 1,436 1978 1,390 1961 Most Rushing Yards Per Game, Season 213.3 (2,986 in 16 games) 1978 171.9 (2,407 in 14 games) 1962 164.6 (2,633 in 16 games) 1981 164.2 (2,627 in 16 games) 2010 162.4 (2,274 in 14 games) 1966 Most Rushing Yards Per Game, Home, Season 209.7 (1,468 in 7 games) 1962 198.6 (1,390 in 7 games) 1961 186.0 (1,488 in 8 games) 1981 182.9 (1,463 in 8 games) 2010 179.5 (1,436 in 8 games) 1978 Most Rushing Yards, Consecutive Seasons 5,302 (2,986, 2,316) 1978-79 4,829 (1,843, 2,986) 1977-78 4,671 (2,289, 2,382) 2004-05 4,590 (2,183, 2,407) 1961-62 Fewest Rushing Yards, Season 943 1982 (9 games) 1,248 2007 1,254 1983 1,351 2017 1,465 2000 1,468 1986 Fewest Rushing Yards Per Game, Season

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78.0 78.4 91.6 91.8 92.9

(1,248 (1,254 (1,465 (1,468 (1,486

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16 16 16 16 16

games) games) games) games) games)

2007 1983 2000 1986 1985

Most Rushing Yards, Game (All 300+) 398 vs. Houston Oct. 1, 1961 380 at Denver Oct. 23, 1966 352 vs. Indianapolis Dec. 23, 2012 320 vs. Buffalo Sept. 30, 1962 317 at Denver Jan. 3, 2010 313 vs. Cincinnati Oct. 26, 1969 310 vs. Detroit Oct. 14, 1990 302 at Houston Oct. 24, 1965 Fewest Rushing Yards, Game Dec. 19, 1965 0 vs. Denver 10 vs. Jacksonville Oct. 7, 2007 10 at Oakland Dec. 16, 2012 14 at New England Oct. 11, 1998 16 at Denver Dec. 9, 2007 17 at Boston Nov. 18, 1960 17 at L.A. Raiders Dec. 6, 1992 Most Games, 200 or More Rushing Yards 8 1978 6 2010 5 1962 4 1968, 1979, 1981, 2002 3 1961, 1967, 1991, 2001, 2004, 2012 2 1960, 1963, 1965, 1966, 1969, 1970, 1975, 2 1989, 1996, 1997, 2005, 2006 Most Rushing Yards, Both Teams, Game 519 Kansas City (168) vs. Cleveland (351) Dec. 20, 2009 502 Texans (398) vs. Houston (104) Oct. 1, 1961 502 Texans (284) vs. Oakland (218) Nov. 26, 1961 479 Kansas City (251) vs. Detroit (228) Nov. 23, 1975 Fewest Rushing Yards, Both Teams, Game 75 KC (20) at Houston (55) Sept. 29, 1974 105 KC (27) vs. Boston (78) Nov. 17, 1968 111 Dallas Texans (108) at SD (3) Nov. 19, 1961 111 KC (48) at San Diego (63) Oct. 13, 1985 Most 10+ Yard Rushes, Season (Since 1990) 73 2002 72 2010 67 2005 64 2012 63 2001 Most 10+ Yard Rushes, Game (Since 1990) 11 at Oakland Dec. 9, 2001 (10 Holmes, 1 Cloud) 10 at Seattle Nov. 24, 2002 (9 Holmes, 1 Morton) 10 vs. Buffalo Oct. 31, 2010 (7 Charles, 3 Jones) 9 vs. Detroit Oct. 14, 1990 (5 Word, 3 Okoye, 1 McNair) 9 vs. Denver Dec. 17, 2000 (5 Richardson, 2 Grbac, 1 Alexander, 1 Moreau)

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9 vs. Atlanta (6 Holmes, 3 Blaylock, 1 Hall) 9 vs. Indianapolis (6 Holmes, 2 Morton, 1 Johnson) 9 vs. Indianapolis (4 Charles, 4 Hillis, 1 McCluster)

Oct. 24, 2004 Oct. 31, 2004 Dec. 23, 2012

Highest Rushing Average, Season 5.18 1966 5.15 2002 5.03 1962 4.97 1961 4.91 2017 4.79 2012 Lowest Rushing Average, Season 3.24 1983 3.26 2007 3.39 1980 3.40 1986 3.43 1992 Most Rushing Touchdowns, Season 32 2003 31 2004 26 2002, 2005 24 1960 23 1961 Most Rushing Touchdowns, Consecutive Seasons *63 (32, 31) 2003-04 58 (26, 32) 2002-03 57 (31, 26) 2004-05 47 (24, 23) 1960-61 44 (23, 21) 1961-62 *NFL RECORD Fewest Rushing Touchdowns, Season 3 1982 (9 games) 5 2011 6 1972, 2007 7 1987 8 1988, 2009 Most Rushing Touchdowns, Game *8 vs. Atlanta Oct. 24, 2004 5 at Denver Oct. 23, 1966 4 14 times; Last vs. Detroit Nov. 1, 2015 * NFL RECORD Most Rushing Touchdowns, Both Teams, Game 8 Kansas City (8) vs. Atlanta (0) Oct. 24, 2004 7 Texans (4) vs. Boston (3) Sept. 8, 1962 7 Kansas City (4) at Denver (3) Oct. 10, 1965

Passing Highest Passer Rating, Season 113.8 2018 100.8 2017 97.1 1962 96.4 1968 95.4 2015 94.9 1990, 2004 93.5 2002

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Lowest Passer Rating, Season 52.7 1961 52.9 1977 54.0 1979 55.2 1974 59.3 1978

748 728 709 687 675 674

Most Passes Attempted, Season 641 1983 615 1994 593 1984 583 2018 582 2000 563 2007

Fewest Passes Completed, Season 145 1982 (9 games) 154 1970 156 1968

Most Passes Attempted, Consecutive Seasons 1,234 (641, 593) 1983-84 1,146 (615, 531) 1994-95 1,126 (543, 583) 2017-18 1,110 (582, 528) 2000-01 1,105 (490, 615) 1993-94 1,104 (593, 511) 1984-85 1,104 (563, 541) 2007-08 Fewest Passes Attempted, Season 264 1982 (9 games) 270 1968 289 1970 313 1973 322 1962 Most Passes Attempted, Game 59 at Dallas Nov. 20, 1983 55 at San Diego Oct. 9, 1994 55 at Miami Dec. 12, 1994 54 at Denver Nov. 16, 1986 54 at Denver Oct. 17, 1994 54 at San Diego Sept. 29, 1996 54 vs. San Diego Nov. 24, 1996 Fewest Passes Attempted, Game 3 vs. Oakland Oct. 20, 1968 6 at Oakland Dec. 13, 1969 10 vs. Denver Sept. 24, 1978 Most Passes Attempted, Both Teams, Game 100 KC (46) vs. Tampa Bay (54) Oct. 28, 1964 95 KC (54) at San Diego (41) Sept. 29, 1996 95 KC (46) at L.A. Rams (49) Nov. 19, 2018 90 KC (59) at Dallas (31) Nov. 20, 1983 90 KC (41) at San Diego (49) Dec. 11, 1983 Fewest Passes Attempted, Both Teams, Game 26 KC (6) at Oakland (20) Dec. 13, 1969 26 KC (13) at Tampa Bay (13) Dec. 16, 1979 27 KC (14) vs. Houston (13) Sept. 10, 1978 Most Passes Completed, Season 385 2018 370 2004 369 1983 366 1994 365 2016 363 2017 Most Passes Completed, Consecutive Seasons

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(363, (365, (339, (370, (310, (369,

385) 363) 370) 317) 365) 305)

2017-18 2016-17 2003-04 2004-05 2015-16 1983-84

Most Passes Completed, Game 39 at Oakland Nov. 5, 2000 37 at San Diego Oct. 9, 1994 34 at Denver Oct. 17, 1994 34 at Denver Dec. 7, 2003 34 vs. San Diego Sept. 11, 2016 33 at Dallas Nov. 20, 1983 33 at Miami Dec. 12, 1994 33 at San Diego Jan. 2, 2005 33 at Detroit Dec. 23, 2007 33 at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 33 at Los Angeles Rams Nov. 19, 2018 Fewest Passes Completed, Game 2 vs. Oakland Oct. 20, 1968 2 at Oakland Dec. 13, 1969 5 7 times: Last at Seattle Dec. 17, 1978 Most Passes Completed, Both Teams, 64 Kansas City (33) at L.A. Rams (31) 62 Kansas City (31) at San Diego (31) 59 Kansas City (34) vs. San Diego (25) 57 Kansas City (31) at San Diego (26) 56 Kansas City (33) at Denver (23) 55 Kansas City (23) vs. San Diego (32) 55 Kansas City (26) vs. Tampa Bay (29)

Game Nov. 19, 2018 Dec. 11, 1983 Sept. 11, 2016 Oct. 30, 2005 Nov. 14, 2010 Oct. 14, 1984 Oct. 28, 1984

Fewest Passes Completed, Both Teams, Game 11 Kansas City (10) vs. San Diego (1) Sept. 20, 1998 12 Kansas City (7) at Tampa Bay (5) Dec. 16, 1979 13 Kansas City (2) at Oakland (11) Dec. 13, 1969 13 Kansas City (8) vs. Boston (5) Oct. 11, 1970 Most 20+ Yard Completions, Season (Since 1990) 76 2018 60 2004 59 2000 55 2003 54 2017 53 2001 Most 20+ Yard Completions, Game (Since 1990) 9 vs. St. Louis Oct. 22, 2000 (6 Grbac, 2 Moon, 1 Morris) 9 at Denver (9 Cassel) Nov. 14, 2010 9 at L.A. Rams (9 Mahomes) Nov. 19, 2018 7 at L.A. Raiders (7 Krieg) Dec. 6, 1992 7 at San Diego (7 Gannon) Nov. 22, 1998 7 at Oakland (7 Grbac) Nov. 5, 2000 7 at Arizona (7 Green) Oct. 21, 2001 7 vs. Indianapolis (7 Green) Oct. 31, 2004 7 at New York Jets (7 Smith) Dec. 3, 2017 7 at Cleveland (7 Mahomes) Nov. 4, 2018

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Most Net Passing Yards, Season 4,955 2018 4,406 2004 4,341 1983 4,149 2000 4,104 2017 3,981 2003 Most Net Passing Yards, Consecutive Seasons 9,059 (4,104, 4,955) 2017-18 8,387 (3,981, 4,406) 2003-04 8,216 (4,406, 3,810) 2004-05 7,909 (4,341, 3,568) 1983-84 7,844 (3,740, 4,104) 2016-17 7,814 (4,149, 3,665) 2000-01 Fewest Passing Yards, Season 1,555 1982 (9 games) 1,660 1979 1,719 1970 Most Gross Passing Yards, Game (All 400+) 504 at Oakland Nov. 5, 2000 478 at L.A. Rams Nov. 19, 2018 469 at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 435 vs. Denver Nov. 1, 1964 432 at Dallas Nov. 20, 1983 412 vs. Denver Dec. 19, 1965 411 at San Diego Dec. 11, 1983 400 at Green Bay Oct. 12, 2003 Most Net Passing Yards, Game 474 at Oakland Nov. 5, 2000 448 at L.A. Rams Nov. 19, 2018 433 at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 406 at San Diego Dec. 11, 1983 400 at Green Bay Oct. 12, 2003 395 at New Orleans Sept. 8, 1985 Fewest Gross Passing Yards, Game 16 vs. Oakland Oct. 20, 1968 39 vs. Houston Nov. 15, 1981 42 at Seattle Sept. 30, 1979 44 at Denver Oct. 8, 1961 46 at Tampa Bay Dec. 16, 1979 Fewest Net Passing Yards, Game -22 vs. Oakland Nov. 8, 1963 15 at Seattle Sept. 30, 1979 16 vs. Oakland Oct. 20, 1968 18 at Denver Oct. 4, 1970 19 at San Diego Dec. 12, 2010 Most Net Passing Yards, Both Teams, Game 859 Kansas City (387) vs. Indianapolis Oct. 31, 2004 (472) 827 Kansas City (448) at L.A. Rams (379) Nov. 19, 2018 782 Kansas City (406) at San Diego (376) Dec. 11, 1983 764 Kansas City (322) at Pittsburgh (442) Sept. 16, 2018 748 Kansas City (331) at Oakland (417) Oct. 19, 2017 732 Kansas City (433) at Denver (299) Nov. 14, 2010 716 Kansas City (474) at Oakland (242) Nov. 5, 2000 698 Kansas City (229) at Oakland (469) Nov. 3, 1968 Fewest Passing Yards, Both Teams, Game 67 Kansas City (22) at Tampa Bay (45) Dec. 16, 1979

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81 Kansas City (34) vs. Houston (47)

Sept. 10, 1978

Most Individual 100-Yard Receiving Games, Season 14 2000, 2004 11 1964, 2018 9 2017 8 1966, 1983 7 1987, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2016 Most Consecutive Individual 100-Yard Receiving Games, Season 7 2000 6 2004 4 1964, 2016, 2018 3 1966, 1984, 1992, 1994, 2005, 2007, 2010 2 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1968, 1969, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2017 (3 times), 2018 Most Times Sacked, Season 57 1980 55 2007 53 1975 Fewest Times Sacked, Season 19 1994 21 1978, 1991, 1995, 2003 22 1990 Most Times Sacked, Game 10 vs. Baltimore 9 vs. San Diego 8 at Pittsburgh 8 vs. L.A. Raiders

Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec.

2, 1980 2, 2007 5, 1982 12, 1982

Most Times Sacked, Both Teams, Game 13 Kansas City (2) vs. Cleveland (11) Sept. 30, 1984 13 Kansas City (6) vs. Houston (7) Sept. 21, 1986 Most Consecutive Games Without Allowing A Sack 3 1988, 2000 Most Consecutive Seasons Leading League, Completion Percentage *4 1966-69 *NFL RECORD Highest Completion Percentage, Season 66.85 543-363 2017 66.85 546-365 2016 66.04 583-385 2018 65.95 561-370 2004 65.54 473-310 2015 63.25 536-339 2003 Lowest Completion Percentage, Season 44.36 (399-177) 1961 48.05 (435-209) 1960 48.90 (409-200) 1965 49.33 (521-257) 1986 50.38 (395-199) 1965 Most Passing Touchdowns, Season 50 2018 32 1964 31 1966 30 1963

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29 1983, 2000 Fewest Passing Touchdowns, Season 7 1978, 1979 8 2012 10 1973, 1982 (9 games) 11 1974, 1977 13 1981, 2011 Most Passing Touchdowns, Game 6 vs. Denver Nov. 1, 1964 6 at Pittsburgh Sept. 16, 2018 6 at Los Angeles Rams Nov. 19, 2018 5 7 times; Last at Oakland Dec. 15, 2013 Most Passing Touchdowns, Both Teams, Game 10 Kansas City (6) at L.A. Rams (4) Nov. 19, 2018 9 Kansas City (4) at Denver (5) Nov. 14, 2010 9 Kansas City (6) at Pittsburgh (3) Sept. 16, 2018 8 Kansas City (6) vs. Denver (2) Nov. 1, 1964 8 Kansas City (4) at San Diego (4) Dec. 11, 1983 8 Kansas City (3) vs. IND (5) Oct. 31, 2004 Most Passes Had Intercepted, Season 27 1961 26 1977 25 1974 Fewest Passes Had Intercepted, Season 5 1990 6 2014 7 2015 8 1982 (9 games), 2010, 2016, 2017 9 2013 10 1993, 1994, 1997, 2005 Most Passes Had Intercepted, Game 7 vs. Pittsburgh Oct. 13, 1974 6 at Seattle Nov. 4, 1984 6 vs. L.A. Raiders Oct. 20, 1985 Most Passes Had Intercepted, Both Teams, Game 9 Kansas City (3) vs. Miami (6) Nov. 13, 1966 8 8 times Last; Kansas City (2) at Oakland (6) Oct. 23, 2011

Punting Most Seasons Leading League (Average Distance) *6 1968, 1971-73, 1979, 1984 *NFL RECORD Most Consecutive Seasons Leading League 3 1971-73 Most Punts, Season 104 1999 99 1986 98 1984 Fewest Punts, Season 38 1982 (9 games) 45 2018 54 1962 55 2004 57 1991

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Most Punts, Game 11 at N.Y. Jets 11 vs. Baltimore 11 at San Francisco 11 at Cleveland 11 vs. San Diego 11 at Chicago 10 vs. Denver 10 at Oakland 10 at N.Y. Jets 10 at San Diego 10 at N.Y. Jets 10 at Jacksonville Fewest Punts, Game 0 at L.A. Raiders 0 vs. Carolina 0 vs. Cincinnati

Sept. 18, 1965 Sept. 2, 1979 Nov. 17, 1985 Nov. 19, 1989 Nov. 13, 1994 Dec. 4, 2011 Oct. 6, 1974 Oct. 5, 1980 Oct. 2, 1988 Nov. 26, 2000 Dec. 30, 2007 Sept. 8, 2013 Dec. 22, 1991 Dec. 10, 2000 Oct. 21, 2018

Highest Punting Average Distance, Season 46.83 (83-3,887) 2012 45.89 (89-4,084) 2011 45.53 (80-3,642) 1973 45.33 (89-4,034) 2013 45.26 (65-2,942) 1968 Lowest Punting Average Distance, Season 36.06 (54-1,947) 1962 37.83 (64-2,422) 2002 38.53 (70-2,697) 1981 Most Punts Had Blocked, Season 2 1974, 1975, 1985, 1999 Most Punts Had Blocked, Game 2 vs. Denver Oct. 27, 1985

Punt Returns Most Seasons Leading League (Average Return) 6 1960, 1968, 1970, 1979-80, 2003 Most Punt Returns, Season (All 50+) 59 2013 58 1979, 1995, 1999 52 2010 Fewest Punt Returns, Season 15 1982 (9 games) 22 2018 24 2004 26 1961, 1963, 2008 Most Punt Returns, Game 9 at Oakland 8 vs. San Diego 8 at St. Louis 7 vs. Oakland 7 vs. N.Y. Giants 7 vs. Detroit 7 at Denver 7 at Oakland 7 at Jacksonville 7 at Washington

Nov. 15, 2009 Nov. 10, 1974 Dec. 19, 2010 Sept. 23, 1979 Oct. 21, 1979 Sept. 26, 1999 Dec. 5, 1999 Oct. 21, 2007 Sept. 8, 2013 Dec. 8, 2013

Most Punt Returns, Both Teams, Game

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15 Kansas City (6) vs. Baltimore (9)

Sept. 2, 1979

Most Punt Return Yards, Season (All 600+) 695 2013 640 1999 612 1979 Fewest Punt Return Yards, Season 126 1972 129 1982 (9 games) 150 1971 Most Punt Return Yards, Game 177 at Washington Dec. 8, 2013 160 vs. San Diego Sept. 13, 2010 141 vs. Oakland Sept. 23, 1979 139 at Denver Dec. 5, 1999 131 vs. Boston Dec. 11, 1960 Highest Punt Return Average, Season 16.42 (33-542) 2003 15.03 (33-496) 1960 14.80 (40-592) 2016 14.53 (40-581) 1980 14.52 (31-450) 1968 Lowest Punt Return Average, Season 4.34 (29-126) 1972 4.69 (32-150) 1971 6.29 (35-220) 2017 6.50 (26-169) 2008 6.53 (32-209) 2009

9 vs. Pittsburgh

Nov. 10, 1985

Most Kickoff Return Yards, Season 1,820 2004 1,716 2008 1,666 2009 1,591 2005 1,577 2003 Fewest Kickoff Return Yards, Season 722 1992 723 1982 (9 games) 725 1973 736 1968 784 1990 Most Kickoff Return Yards, Game 251 at Miami Dec. 12, 1994 245 at San Diego Oct. 15, 1967 236 vs. Pittsburgh Nov. 10, 1985 Highest Kickoff Return Average, Season *29.91 (44-1,316) 2013 27.64 (53-1,465) 1961 26.59 (41-1,090) 1969 25.81 (37-955) 1962 *NFL RECORD Lowest Kickoff Return Average, Season 16.52 (56-925) 1988 17.04 (46-784) 1990 17.20 (54-929) 1983

Most Punt Return Touchdowns, Season 2 1968, 1979, 1980, 1992, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2013, 2016 1 1960, 1965, 1966, 1987, 1995, 1997, 2006, 2010, 2017, 2018

Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns, Season 2 1987, 1995, 2003, 2004, 2013 1 1961, 1963, 1967, 1969, 1986, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2002, 2005, 2009, 2014, 2016

Most Punt Return Touchdowns, Game 1 29 times; Last at L.A. Chargers Sept. 9, 2018

Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns, Game 1 23 times; Last at Denver Nov. 27, 2016

Most Punt Return Touchdowns, Both Teams, Game *2 Kansas City (1) at Buffalo (1) Sept. 11, 1966 *NFL RECORD

Kickoff Returns Most Kickoff Returns, Season 80 2008 77 2009 75 2004 70 1987, 2000 68 2005 Fewest Kickoff Returns, Season 31 1973 34 1982 (9 games) 35 2015 37 1962 38 1968, 1998 39 1992 Most Kickoff Returns, Game 11 vs. Buffalo Nov. 23, 2008 10 vs. Oakland Nov. 2, 1967 10 vs. Seattle Sept. 20, 1987

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Fumbles Most Fumbles, Season 42 1980 Fewest Fumbles, Season 7 2002 13 1982 (9 games), 2003 14 2017 15 2010 16 2015 Most Fumbles, Game *10 vs. Houston

Oct. 12, 1969

Most Fumbles, Both Teams, Game *14 Kansas City (10) vs. Houston (4)

*NFL RECORD

Oct. 12, 1969 *NFL RECORD

Most Fumbles Lost, Season 24 1981, 1987 21 1965, 1977 Fewest Fumbles Lost, Season *2 2002

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3 4 6 8

14 at Atlanta 14 at Denver

2017 1982 (9 games) 2003, 2010, 2018 1967, 1991, 2008, 2015

*NFL RECORD

Most Turnovers, Season 47 1977 46 1981 41 1965, 1987, 1989 40 1964 Fewest Turnovers, Season 11 2017 12 1982 (9 games) 14 2010 15 2002, 2015 17 2014, 2016 Oct. 17, 1965 Oct. 13, 1974 Sept. 20, 1981

Most Turnovers, Both Teams, Game 16 Kansas City (7) vs. Houston (9) Oct. 12, 1969

Penalties

Fewest Penalties, Game *0 vs. Buffalo 0 vs. Oakland 1 24 times; Last at San Diego Most Penalties, Game 17 at Seattle 15 vs. San Diego 15 at New England

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Nov. 8, 1998 Nov. 7, 2010 Oct. 16, 1997 Dec. 24, 2011 Sept. 20, 1993 Oct. 9, 1983 Sept. 16, 1984 Dec. 13, 1987 Sept. 18, 1994 Oct. 17, 1994 Sept. 20, 1998 Oct. 23, 2011 Nov. 27, 2016 Sept. 16, 2018

Fewest Yards Penalized, Season 371 1982 (9 games) 515 1974 577 2006 602 2001 604 1964 Most Yards Penalized, Season 1,304 1998 1,152 2018

Fewest Penalties, Season 43 1982 (9 games) 52 1963 56 1964 61 1966 Most Penalties, Season *158 1998 137 2018 127 1994 126 1999 122 1993, 1996

Fewest Penalties, Both Teams, Game 1 Kansas City (0) vs. Buffalo (1) Oct. 2, 1966 Most Penalties, Both Teams, Game 30 Kansas City (17) at Seattle (13) 27 Kansas City (12) at Oakland (15) 26 Kansas City (7) vs. San Diego (19) 26 Kansas City (11) vs. Oakland (15) 25 Kansas City (11) vs. Denver (14) 24 Kansas City (13) at L.A. Raiders (11) 24 Kansas City (12) vs. L.A. Raiders (12) 24 Kansas City (10) vs. L.A. Raiders (14) 24 Kansas City (14) at Atlanta (10) 24 Kansas City (14) at Denver (10) 24 Kansas City (15) vs. San Diego (9) 24 Kansas City (10) at Oakland (14) 24 Kansas City (9) at Denver (15) 24 Kansas City (12) at Pittsburgh (12)

Most Fumbles Lost, Game 6 vs. Houston Oct. 12, 1969

Most Turnovers, Game 9 vs. Buffalo 9 vs. Pittsburgh 8 vs. San Diego

Sept. 18, 1994 Oct. 17, 1994

Fewest Yards Penalized, Game 0 vs. Buffalo 0 vs. Oakland 1 vs. San Diego 3 vs. Buffalo 5 11 times; Last at San Diego

*NFL RECORD Oct. 2, 1966 Dec. 8, 1974 Dec. 29, 2013 *NFL RECORD Nov. 8, 1998 Sept. 20, 1998 Sept. 7, 2017

Oct. 2, 1966 Dec. 8, 1974 Dec. 22, 2002 Sept. 11, 2011 Dec. 29, 2013

Most Yards Penalized, Game 154 vs. Oakland Nov. 1, 1970 152 at Seattle Nov. 8, 1998 141 at San Diego Oct. 25, 1987 Fewest Yards Penalized, Both Teams, Game 10 Kansas City (10) vs. Boston (0) Nov. 17, 1968 10 Kansas City (0) vs. Oakland (10) Dec. 8, 1974 10 Kansas City (5) at Denver (5) Dec. 7, 2008 Most Yards Penalized, Both Teams, Game 259 KC (141) at San Diego (118) Oct. 25, 1987 258 KCâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;(126) vs. L.A. Raiders (132) Sept. 16, 1984

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22 21 21 17 17 17 17 17

Scoring Fewest Points Allowed, Season 170 1968 177 1969 184 1982 (9 games) 192 1973 208 1971 Lowest Scoring Average, Season 12.1 (170 in 14 games) 12.6 (177 in 14 games) 13.7 (192 in 14 games) 14.5 (232 in 16 games) 14.9 (208 in 14 games)

1968 1969 1973 1997 1971

Most Points Allowed, Season 440 2008 435 2004 425 2012 424 2009 Highest Scoring Average, Season 27.5 (440 in 16 games) 27.2 (435 in 16 games) 26.9 (376 in 14 games) 26.6 (425 in 16 games) 26.5 (424 in 16 games)

2008 2004 1976 2012 2009

Most Points Allowed, Game 54 vs. Buffalo Nov. 23, 2008 54 at L.A. Rams Nov. 19, 2018 51 at Seattle Nov. 27, 1983 (OT) 50 at Buffalo Oct. 3, 1976 49 at Oakland Nov. 5, 2000 49 at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 Most First-Half Points Allowed, Game 35 at San Diego Oct. 25, 1987 35 at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 34 vs. Seattle Dec. 11, 1977 31 Seven times, last at Pittsburgh Oct. 15, 2006 Fewest First-Half Points Allowed, Season 74 1969 95 1982 (9 games) 97 1965 101 1973 103 1968 Most First-Quarter Points Allowed, Season 101 1998 95 1976, 2012 93 2009 92 1997 88 1987 Fewest First-Quarter Points Allowed, Season 29 1963, 1969 30 1973 32 1970 33 1965, 1966 37 1984 Most First-Quarter Points Allowed, Game 31 at Buffalo Sept. 13, 1962

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at Pittsburgh at Denver at Denver vs. Oakland at Denver vs. Pittsburgh at Denver vs. San Diego

Oct. 2, 2016 Nov. 16, 1986 Nov. 14, 2010 Nov. 23, 1967 Oct. 27, 1996 Sept. 14, 2003 Sept. 26, 2005 Sept. 30, 2012

Most Second-Quarter Points Allowed, Season 152 2004 141 2008 135 1985 133 1999 131 2018 127 1961, 1984 Fewest Second-Quarter Points Allowed, Season 45 1969 55 1979, 1982 (9 games) 57 1968, 1992 59 1995 64 1965 Most Second-Quarter Points Allowed, Game 28 vs. San Diego Nov. 15, 1964 28 vs. Oakland Oct. 16, 1966 28 at Baltimore Dec. 21, 1980 28 at Seattle Nov. 4, 1984 28 at Seattle Sept. 11, 1988 24 at Oakland Nov. 3, 1968 Most Third-Quarter Points Allowed, Season 106 2008, 2012 103 2001 100 2009 98 1975, 2018 95 2011 Fewest Third-Quarter Points Allowed, Season 22 1971 29 1995 31 1982 (9 games) 34 1974 35 1973 Most Third-Quarter Points Allowed, Game 28 at Houston Oct. 24, 1965 22 at Boston Nov. 18, 1960 21 Nine times; Last at Baltimore Sept. 13, 2009 Most Fourth-Quarter Points Allowed, Season 139 1961 136 2018 130 1983, 2002 129 2004 127 1976 121 1985 Fewest Fourth-Quarter Points Allowed, Season 27 1968 44 1997 54 2013 56 1973 57 1960, 1962, 1981

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Most Fourth-Quarter Points Allowed, Game 24 at New Orleans Sept. 8, 1985 22 vs. Denver Nov. 1, 1964 21 13 times; Last at Houston Oct. 8, 2017

17 at San Diego 17 vs. Oakland

Most Second-Half Points Allowed, Game 38 at Houston Oct. 24, 1965 37 at Seattle* Nov. 27, 1983 35 vs. San Diego Oct. 20, 1963 35 vs. Pittsburgh Nov. 7, 1976 31 at Miami Sept. 22, 1985 31 at Miami Dec. 12, 1994 31 vs. San Diego Nov. 24, 2013 31 at L.A. Rams Nov. 19, 2018 *Includes three in OT

Fewest First Downs Allowed, Season 170 1982 (9 games) 181 1969 200 1965 204 1964

Fewest Second-Half Points Allowed, Season 67 1968 89 1982 (9 games) 91 1973, 1997 96 1971 101 1972 Fewest Touchdowns Allowed, Season 18 1968 19 1969 21 1971 Most Touchdowns Allowed, Season 53 2004 51 1976 51 2018 49 2008 48 2009 47 2012 Most Touchdowns Allowed, Game 7 at Buffalo Oct. 3, 1976 7 at Oakland Nov. 5, 2000 7 at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 6 16 times; Last at Pittsburgh Oct. 2, 2016 Most Shutouts, Season 3 1960 2 1967, 1969 Most Consecutive Shutouts 2 1960 Dec. 4-11, 1960 Most Games Allowed 10 Points or Less, Season 9 1968 7 1969 6 1973, 1979, 1990, 1995 Most Consecutive Games Allowed 10 Points or Less 5 1968 3 1960, 1968, 1995, 1997 Largest Opponent Comeback Victories Opponent Deficit Final Date 21 vs. Tampa Bay 24-3 27-30 (OT) Nov. 2, 2008 18 vs. Philadelphia 24-6 31-37 Oct. 2, 2005 18 vs. San Diego 21-3 21-22 Dec. 14, 2008 17 at Houston 17-0 36-38 Oct. 24, 1965 17 vs. L.A. Raiders 17-0 17-24 Oct. 5, 1986 17 at Chicago 17-0 27-28 Nov. 13, 1977

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34-17 37-38 17-0 38-41 (OT)

Nov. 22, 1998 Jan. 2, 2000

First Downs

Most First Downs Allowed, Season 419 2018 367 2002 352 2017 344 1987, 2008 342 2016 336 1985 Fewest First Downs Allowed, Game 5 vs. Oakland Dec. 7, 1997 6 at Boston Sept. 21, 1969 6 vs. Boston Oct. 11, 1970 6 at Chicago Dec. 29, 1990 7 10 times; Last at Washington Oct. 18, 2009 Most First Downs Allowed, Game 35 vs. San Diego Oct. 19, 1986 34 at Denver Nov. 18, 1974 34 at Cleveland Oct. 30, 1977 Fewest Rushing First Downs Allowed, Season 52 1968 53 1969 67 1965 Most Rushing First Downs Allowed, Season 169 1977 162 1988 149 1975 Fewest Rushing First Downs Allowed, Game *0 vs. Houston Dec. 4, 1960 Dec. 3, 1967 0 vs. Buffalo Oct. 3, 1971 0 at Denver Dec. 3, 1995 0 at Oakland Dec. 7, 1997 0 vs. Oakland Dec. 8, 2002 0 vs. St. Louis Sept. 11, 2005 0 vs. N.Y. Jets 1 19 times; Last vs. Oakland Dec. 24, 2011 *NFL RECORD Most Rushing First Downs Allowed, Game 21 vs. Pittsburgh Nov. 7, 1976 20 at Oakland Dec. 28, 2002 19 at Cleveland Oct. 30, 1977 Fewest Passing First Downs Allowed, Season 92 1982 (9 games) 95 1973 111 1969, 1970 Most Passing First Downs Allowed, Season 247 2018 227 2002 209 2016

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204 2017 202 2000 195 2008 Fewest Passing First Downs Allowed, Game *0 at Houston Oct. 9, 1988 Sept. 20, 1998 0 vs. San Diego 2 8 times; Last at Denver Jan. 1, 2012 *NFL RECORD Most Passing First Downs Allowed, Game 25 at Denver Nov. 18, 1974 25 at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 25 at Pittsburgh Sept. 16, 2018 23 at Oakland Oct. 19, 2017 23 at L.A. Chargers Sept. 9, 2018 22 at Cincinnati Dec. 6, 1987 22 vs. Philadelphia Oct. 2, 2005 Fewest Penalty First Downs Allowed, Season 9 1982 (9 games) 11 1964 13 1980 Most *56 43 40 36 34 33

Penalty First Downs Allowed, Season 1998 2018 2004 1993, 2017 2015 1987 *NFL RECORD

Most Penalty First Downs Allowed, Game 7 2 times; Last N.Y. Jets Dec. 11, 2011 6 11 times; Last at Pittsburgh Sept. 16, 2018

Net Yards Allowed Passing and Rushing Fewest Yards Allowed, Season 2,733 1982 (9 games) 3,163 1969 3,575 1973 3,667 1970 3,749 1965 Most Yards Allowed, Season 6,488 2018 6,291 2008 6,248 2002 6,211 2009 6,037 2004 5,896 2016

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at N.Y. Jets at Tennessee at L.A. Chargers at Oakland vs. Oakland vs. Denver

Oct. 2, 1988 (OT) Dec. 13, 2004 Sept. 9, 2018 Nov. 3, 1968 Oct. 3, 1977 Dec. 1, 2013

Fewest Plays Allowed, Season 556 1982 (9 games) 808 1969 813 1971 Most Plays Allowed, Season 1,159 1984 1,126 1985 1,109 2018 1,102 1981 Fewest Plays Allowed, Game 39 vs. Houston Oct. 22, 1967 39 vs. Oakland Dec. 7, 1997 40 vs. Cincinnati Oct. 13, 1968 40 at Boston Sept. 21, 1969 Most Plays Allowed, Game 97 at N.Y. Jets Oct. 2, 1988 (OT) 95 vs. San Diego Oct. 19, 1986 91 vs. Chicago Nov. 8, 1981

Rushing Fewest Rushing Attempts Allowed, Season 279 1982 (9 games) 316 1969 343 1967 Most Rushing Attempts Allowed, Season 634 1977 609 1988 601 1978 Fewest Rushing Attempts Allowed, Game 9 at Oakland Dec. 5, 2004 11 at New Orleans Sept. 4, 1994 11 at Oakland Dec. 3, 1995 11 vs. Oakland Dec. 10, 2017 12 at N.Y. Jets Nov. 27, 1966 12 at Seattle Nov. 28, 2010 Most Rushing Attempts Allowed, Game 65 at Buffalo Oct. 29, 1973 62 at Tampa Bay Dec. 16, 1979 61 at Oakland Dec. 8, 1973 61 vs. Chicago Nov. 8, 1981

Fewest Yards Allowed, Game 89 vs. Seattle Dec. 24, 1995 91 vs. Houston Oct. 12, 1969 93 vs. Oakland Dec. 7, 1997 100 at Boston Sept. 21, 1969 105 vs. Boston Dec. 14, 1963 105 vs. Boston Oct. 11, 1970 Most Yards Allowed, Game 563 vs. Houston

542 542 541 539 539 535

Dec. 16, 1990

Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed, Season 980 1960 1,066 1982 (9 games) 1,091 1969 Fewest Rushing Yards Per Game Allowed, Season 70.0 (980 in 14 games) 1960 77.9 (1,091 in 14 games) 1969 82.9 (1,327 in 16 games) 1995 Most Rushing Yards Allowed, Season

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2,971 1977 2,861 1976 2,712 1975 Most Rushing Yards Per Game Allowed, Season 211.8 (2,971 in 14 games) 1977 204.4 (2,861 in 14 games) 1976 193.7 (2,712 in 14 games) 1975 Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed, Game -27 vs. Houston Dec. 4, 1960 3 at San Diego Nov. 19, 1961 8 at Oakland Dec. 3, 1995 Most Rushing Yards Allowed, Game 351 vs. Cleveland Dec. 20, 2009 332 vs. Tennessee Oct. 19, 2008 330 vs. Pittsburgh Nov. 7, 1976 322 at Cleveland Oct. 30, 1977 300 vs. Oakland Sept. 14, 2008 Fewest Individual 100-Yard Games Allowed, Season 0 1960, 1969, 1971, 1981, 1995 Most Individual 100-Yard Games Allowed, Season 9 2003 8 1976, 1977, 2007 Fewest Rushing Touchdowns Allowed, Season 4 1968 5 2016 6 1969, 1971 7 1982 (9 games), 1995, 2013, 2015 Most Rushing Touchdowns Allowed, Season 25 2008 24 1975, 1976 23 1977, 1988 Most Rushing Touchdowns Allowed, Game 5 vs. Pittsburgh Nov. 7, 1976 5 at Denver Dec. 7, 2003 4 6 times; Last vs Tennessee Oct. 19, 2008

Passing Fewest Pass Attempts Allowed, Season 262 1982 (9 games) 324 1973 325 1975 333 1977 Most Pass Attempts Allowed, Season 632 2018 616 2002 607 2015 598 2016 596 1995 592 2013 Fewest Pass Attempts Allowed, Game 8 vs. Denver Nov. 13, 2011 9 at N.Y. Jets Nov. 7, 1971 9 vs. Oakland Dec. 8, 1974 10 vs. L.A. Raiders Sept. 16, 1973 10 at San Diego Dec. 18, 1988

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Most Pass Attempts Allowed, Game 65 vs. San Diego Oct. 19, 1986 61 vs. Seattle Sept. 29, 1985 61 vs. Jacksonville Oct. 7, 2018 60 at Oakland Oct. 5, 1980 60 at Pittsburgh Sept. 16, 2018 Fewest Pass Completions Allowed, Season 155 1982 (9 games) 157 1973 175 1977 186 1972, 1975 195 1970 Most Pass Completions Allowed, Season 406 2018 403 2002 350 2016 348 2008 349 2015 334 2013 Fewest Pass Completions Allowed, Game 1 vs. San Diego Sept. 20, 1998 2 vs. Denver Nov. 13,2011 3 vs. Houston Oct. 22, 1967 3 at N.Y. Jets Nov. 7, 1971 3 vs. Oakland Dec. 8, 1974 4 at San Diego Nov. 2, 1986 4 at Houston Oct. 9, 1988 Most Pass Completions Allowed, Game 39 at New England Sept. 22, 2002 39 at Pittsburgh Sept. 16, 2018 37 vs. San Diego Dec. 22, 1985 37 vs. San Diego Oct. 19, 1986 37 vs. New Orleans Oct. 23, 2016 35 vs. Oakland Oct. 27, 2002 34 vs. L.A. Raiders Sept. 12, 1985 34 vs. San Diego Dec. 14, 2008 34 at. L.A. Chargers Sept. 9, 2018 Fewest Net Passing Yards Allowed, Season 1,619 1973 1,667 1982 (9 games) 1,942 1973 2,010 1970 Most Net Passing Yards Allowed, Season 4,374 2018 4,203 2004 4,181 2002 3,962 2013 3,958 2016 3,952 2017 Fewest Net Passing Yards Allowed, Game -19 vs. San Diego Sept. 20, 1998 9 vs. N.Y. Jets Nov. 7, 1971 12 vs. Oakland Dec. 8, 1974 Most Net Passing Yards Allowed, Game 505 vs. Houston Dec. 16, 1990 472 vs. Indianapolis Oct. 31, 2004 469 at Oakland Nov. 3, 1968

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Fewest Individual 300-Yard Games Allowed, Season 0 1962, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1977, 1978, 1988, 2000 Most Individual 300-Yard Games Allowed, Season 8 2002 Fewest Passing Touchdowns Allowed, Season 10 1969 11 1971, 1973 12 1982 (9 games), 1988 Most Passing Touchdowns Allowed, Season 32 2004 30 2018 29 2012 27 2002 25 1964, 1976, 1980, 1987, 2000, 2005, 2009, 2013, 2015 24 1999 Most Passing Touchdowns Allowed, Game 5 vs. Indianapolis Oct. 31, 2004 5 at Denver Nov. 14, 2010 5 vs. Denver Dec. 1, 2013 5 at Green Bay Sept. 28, 2015 5 at Pittsburgh Oct. 2, 2016 4 17 times; Last at L.A. Rams Nov. 19, 2018

Most Seasons Leading League 4 1960, 1965, 1969, 1990

*NFL RECORD Sept. 30, 1984 Sept. 6, 1998 Nov. 2, 1969 Nov. 11, 1990 Oct. 13, 2013

Fewest Opponents Yards Lost Attempting to Pass, Season 62 2008 120 1982 (9 games) 137 2009

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Most Passes Intercepted By, Game 7 at San Diego Dec. 8, 1968 6 8 times; Last vs. New York Jets Sept. 25, 2016 Most Consecutive Games, One or More Interceptions By 23 1967-69 18 1966-67 16 1982-83 Most Yards Returning Interceptions, Season 596 1969 578 1967 567 1986

Most Touchdowns Returning Interceptions, Season 6 1992 5 1972, 1974, 1999, 2013 4 1960, 1967, 1986, 1997, 2015, 2016

Most Opponents Yards Lost Attempting to Pass, Season 439 1968

Interceptions By

Fewest Passes Intercepted By, Season 7 2012 11 1987 12 1982 (9 games), 1994

Most Yards Returning Interceptions, Game 188 vs. N.Y. Titans Dec. 17, 1961 162 at Oakland Dec. 6, 2015 142 vs. L.A. Raiders Oct. 28, 1991 136 vs. Seattle Dec. 11, 1977

Most Sacks, Season 60.0 1990 54.0 1997 52.0 2018 51.0 2000 50.0 1984, 1992

Most Sacks, Game 11.0 vs. Cleveland 10.0 vs. Oakland 9.0 at Buffalo 9.0 vs. Seattle 9.0 vs. Oakland

Most Passes Intercepted By, Season 37 1968 33 1966 32 1960, 1962, 1969

Fewest Yards Returning Interceptions, Season 119 2012 124 2006 140 1987

Sacks

Fewest Sacks, Season *10.0 2008 15.0 1982 (9 games) 22.0 1976, 2009 23.0 1988

Most Consecutive Seasons Leading League 5 1966-70

Most Touchdowns Returning Interceptions, Game 2 vs. N.Y. Titans Dec. 17, 1961 2 at Denver Oct. 1, 1972 2 at Denver Dec. 19, 1982 2 vs. San Diego Oct. 19, 1986 2 vs. Denver Dec. 27, 1992 2 at Baltimore Oct. 21, 1999 2 at Denver Jan. 3, 2010 2 at Oakland Oct. 23, 2011 Most Touchdowns Returning Interceptions, Both Teams, Game *4 Kansas City (0) at Seattle (4) Nov. 4, 1984 3 Kansas City (2) vs. San Diego (1) Oct. 19, 1986 *NFL RECORD

Opponents Interceptions Most Yards, Interception Returns Opponents, Season 688 1984 Most Yards Interception Returns, Opponent, Game *325 at Seattle Nov. 4, 1984

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*NFL RECORD Most Touchdowns Returning Interceptions Opponents, Season 7 1984 Most Touchdowns Returning Interceptions Opponent, Game *4 at Seattle Nov. 4, 1984 *NFL RECORD

Punting Most Opponents Punts, Season 102 1995 98 1999 94 1969 Fewest Opponents Punts, Season 38 1982 (9 games) 50 2008 52 2018 55 1962 Lowest Opponents Average Distance, Season 37.0 1986, 1990 38.6 1982 (9 games) 38.9 1981 Highest Opponents Average Distance, Season 47.6 2011 46.8 2012 46.6 2013 45.7 2005 45.2 2010 Most Opponents Punts Blocked, Season 6 1990 4 1986 3 1963, 1982 2 1966, 1979, 1980, 1989, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2006 Most Opponents Punts Blocked, Game 3 vs. Denver Dec. 8, 1963 2 at Seattle Sept. 30, 1979 2 vs. Cleveland Sept. 30, 1990

Punt Returns Most Opponents Punt Returns, Season 60 1984 55 1974, 1976 54 1983 Most Opponents Punt Returns, Game 9 at Cincinnati Nov. 24, 1974 Fewest Punt Return Yards Allowed, Season 97 2018 157 1960, 2016 164 2017 170 2015 179 2005 190 1991 Most Punt Return Yards Allowed, Season

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702 1977 634 1974 572 1986 Most Punt Return Yards Allowed, Game 170 at San Diego Sept. 26, 1965 Lowest Punt Return Average Allowed, Season 5.23 (30-157) 2016 5.71 (17-97) 2018 5.81 (27-157) 1960 6.37 (46-293) 1981 6.43 (49-315) 1979 6.47 (38-246) 2013 Highest Punt Returns Average Allowed, Season 15.36 (22-338) (9 games) 1982 14.93 (29-433) 1965 14.04 (50-702) 1977 Most Punt Returns Touchdowns Allowed, Season 2 1982, 1990, 2004, 2012

Kickoff Returns Fewest Opponents Kickoff Returns, Season 25 2011, 2017 27 2012 35 2016 36 2018 40 1973 42 1982 (9 games) Most Opponents Kickoff Returns, Season 88 2002 87 2003 85 2004 84 1966 Fewest Kickoff Return Yards Allowed, Season 486 2017 605 2011 690 2012 794 1982 (9 games) 809 2018 843 2016 958 1977 Most Kickoff Return Yards Allowed, Season 2,053 2005 2,045 1966 2,043 2003 1,908 2004 1,880 2002 Most Kickoff Return Yards Allowed, Game 289 at Denver Sept. 7, 1963 278 vs. Cleveland Dec. 20, 2009 Lowest Kickoff Return Average Allowed, Season 17.17 (81-1,391) 1990 18.00 (71-1,278) 1986 18.57 (23-427) 2017 18.80 (64-1,203) 1992 Highest Kickoff Return Average Allowed, Season

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25.78 (40-1,031) 25.56 (27-690) 25.37 (54-1,370)

1973 2012 1974

Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns Allowed, Season 2 1988 2 1989 2 2009

Blocked Field Goals

42 1981 40 1975 39 1977 Most Opponents Fumbles Recovered, Season 26 1994 25 1990 23 1977

Turnovers

Most Blocked Field Goals, Season 6 1960 5 1966 4 1962, 1965, 1973 3 1963, 1967, 1996 2 1982 (9 games), 1986, 1992, 1993, 2003

Fewest Opponents Turnovers, Season 13 2012 21 2004 22 1982 (9 games), 2007 23 2010 26 2001, 2011, 2017

Most Blocked Field Goals, Game 3 at San Diego Oct. 15, 1967 2 vs. Buffalo Dec. 18, 1960 2 at Oakland Nov. 3, 1963 2 at Oakland Sept. 18, 1966 2 at San Diego Oct. 15, 1967 2 at Green Bay Oct. 4, 1973 2 at San Diego Oct. 17, 1993 2 at San Diego Nov. 30, 2003

Most Opponents Turnovers, Season 51 1983 49 1962, 1968, 1986

Fumbles Fewest Opponents Fumbles, Season 16 1971 18 1984, 2011 19 2000, 2012, 2015, 2017 Fewest Opponents Fumbles Recovered, Season 6 2011, 2012 7 1971, 2015 8 1966, 2004, 2007 9 2010 10 1982 (9 games), 1996, 2017

Most Opponents Turnovers, Game 9 vs. Houston Oct. 28, 1962 9 vs. Houston Oct. 12, 1969 9 vs. St. Louis Oct. 2, 1983 Best Turnover Ratio, Season 26 (45 takes/19 gives) 22 (49 takes/27 gives) 21 (45 takes/21 gives) 18 (49 takes/31 gives) 18 (39 takes/21 gives) 18 (36 takes/18 gives)

1990 1968 1999 1962 1992 2013

Worst Turnover Ratio, Season -24 (13 takes/37 gives) -13 (28 takes/41 gives) -11 (22 takes/33 gives) -8 (33 takes/41 gives) -8 (33 takes/41 gives)

2012 1987 2007 1965 1989

Most Opponents Fumbles, Season

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Single Game Pass Attempts (All 50+) 61 Blake Bortles, Jacksonville 60 Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh 58 Mark Hermann, San Diego 56 Kyle Orton, Denver 55 Rich Gannon, Oakland 54 Steve DeBerg, Tampa Bay 54 Tom Brady, New England 52 Jim Plunkett, Oakland 52 Derek Carr, Oakland 51 Philip Rivers, L.A. Chargers 50 Brian Griese, Denver

Oct. 7, 2018 Sept. 16, 2018 Dec. 22, 1985 Jan. 3, 2010 Oct. 27, 2002 Oct. 28, 1984 Sept. 22, 2002 Oct. 5, 1980 Oct. 19, 2017 Sept. 9, 2018 Oct. 20, 2002

Pass Completions (All 30+) 39 Tom Brady, New England 39 Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh 37 Mark Hermann, San Diego 37 Drew Brees, New Orleans 35 Rich Gannon, Oakland 34 Jim Plunkett, Oakland 34 Philip Rivers, San Diego 34 Philip Rivers, L.A. Chargers 33 Drew Bledsoe, New England 33 Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia 33 Blake Bortles, Jacksonville 32 Jay Cutler, Denver 32 Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh 32 Kyle Orton, Denver 31 Jim Zorn, Seattle 31 Rich Gannon, Oakland 31 Marc Bulger, St. Louis 31 Jeff Garcia, Tampa Bay 31 Derek Carr, Oakland 31 Jared Goff, L.A. Rams 30 Dan Fouts, San Diego 30 Tony Romo, Dallas

Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 16, 2018 Dec. 22, 1985 Oct. 23, 2016 Oct. 27, 2002 Sept. 12, 1985 Dec. 14, 2008 Sept. 9, 2018 Dec. 4, 2000 Oct. 2, 2005 Oct. 7, 2018 Dec. 7, 2008 Nov. 22, 2009 Jan. 3, 2010 Sept. 27, 1981 Sept. 9, 2001 Nov. 5, 2006 Nov. 2, 2008 Dec. 6, 2015 Nov. 19, 2018 Oct. 14, 1984 Sept. 15, 2013

Passing Yards (All 400+) 527 Warren Moon, Houston 472 Peyton Manning, Indianapolis 452 Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh 445 Charley Johnson, Denver 431 Kyle Orton, Denver 430 Blake Bortles, Jacksonville 426 Billy Volek, Tennessee 424 Philip Rivers, L.A. Chargers 417 Derek Carr, Oakland 413 Pete Beathard, Houston 413 Jared Goff, L.A. Rams 410 Tom Brady, New England 403 Peyton Manning, Denver 400 John Elway, Denver

Dec. 16, 1990 Oct. 31, 2004 Sept. 16, 2018 Nov. 18, 1974 Jan. 3, 2010 Oct. 7, 2018 Dec. 13, 2004 Sept. 9, 2018 Oct. 19, 2017 Sept. 9, 1968 Nov. 19, 2018 Sept. 22, 2002 Dec. 1, 2013 Dec. 6, 1998

Touchdown Passes 5 George Blanda, Houston 5 Peyton Manning, Indianapolis 5 Peyton Manning, Denver 5 Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay 5 Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh 5 Deshaun Watson, Houston Interceptions Thrown

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Oct. 24, 1965 Oct. 31, 2004 Dec. 1, 2013 Sept. 28, 2015 Oct. 2, 2016 Oct. 8, 2017

6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

John Hadl, San Diego Ryan Fitzpatrick, N.Y. Jets George Blanda, Houston John Hadl, San Diego Babe Parilli, Boston George Blanda, Houston Pete Beathard, Houston Marty Domres, San Diego Alan Pastrana, Denver James Harris, San Diego Jim Plunkett, Oakland Jim Zorn, Seattle Dave Krieg, Seattle John Elway, Denver

Dec. 8, 1968 Sept. 25, 2016 Oct. 28, 1962 Dec. 16, 1962 Dec. 14, 1963 Oct. 4, 1964 Oct. 12, 1969 Nov. 9, 1969 Dec. 6, 1970 Nov. 26, 1978 Oct. 5, 1980 Nov. 9, 1980 Dec. 9, 1984 Dec. 14, 1985

Long Pass (All 80+) 90 N. Johnson to R. Upchurch, Denver 89 J. Kemp to E. Dubenion, Buffalo 87 S. McNair to M. Clayton, Baltimore 87 M. Hasselbeck to B. Obomanu, SEA 82 J. Lee to A. Denson, Denver 82 D. Lamonica to F. Biletnikoff, Oakland 82 B. Griese to S. Sharpe, Denver 80 J. Lee to B. Groman 80 S. Wyche to B. Trumpy

Sept. 21, 1975 Oct. 13, 1963 Dec. 10, 2006 Nov. 28, 2010 Nov. 1, 1964 Nov. 3, 1968 Oct. 20, 2002 Oct. 22, 1961 Sept. 28, 1969

Pass Receptions 16 Troy Brown, New England 14 Kellen Winslow, San Diego 14 Jabar Gaffney, Denver 13 Joe Washington, Baltimore 13 Terrance Mathis, Atlanta 13 Tim Brown, Oakland 13 Steven Jackson, St. Louis

Sept. 22, 2002 Dec. 11, 1983 Jan. 3, 2010 Sept. 2, 1979 Sept. 18, 1994 Oct. 27, 2002 Nov. 5, 2006

Receiving Yards (All 200+) 250 Miles Austin, Dallas 245 Haywood Jeffires, Houston 233 Drew Bennett, Tennessee 232 Lance Alworth, San Diego 214 Shannon Sharpe, Denver 213 Jabar Gaffney, Denver 210 Amari Cooper, Oakland 203 Don Maynard, N.Y. Jets

Oct. 11, 2009 Dec. 16, 1990 Dec. 13, 2004 Oct. 20, 1963 Oct. 20, 2002 Jan. 3, 2010 Oct. 19, 2017 Sept. 15, 1968

Touchdown Receptions 4 Eric Decker, Denver 3 Bob Chandler, Buffalo 3 Kellen Winslow, San Diego 3 Shannon Sharpe, Denver 3 Drew Bennett, Tennessee 3 Antonio Gates, San Diego 3 Randall Cobb, Green Bay 3 DeAndre Hopkins, Houston

Dec. 1, 2013 Oct. 3, 1976 Dec. 11, 1983 Dec. 12, 1993 Dec. 13, 2004 Oct. 30, 2005 Sept. 28, 2015 Oct. 8, 2017

Rushing Attempts 39 O.J. Simpson, Buffalo 39 Ricky Bell, Tampa Bay 39 Marion Butts, San Diego

Oct. 29, 1973 Dec. 16, 1979 Dec. 17, 1989

Rushing Yards (All 200+) 286 Jerome Harrison, Cleveland 220 Tiki Barber, N.Y. Giants 218 Clinton Portis, Denver 217 Gary Anderson, San Diego

Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec.

20, 2009 17, 2005 7, 2003 18, 1988

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214 Greg Pruitt, Cleveland 207 Curt Warner, Seattle

Dec. 14, 1975 Nov. 27, 1983 (OT)

Rushing Touchdowns 5 Clinton Portis, Denver 3 Jon Keyworth, Denver 3 Greg Pruitt, Cleveland 3 Pete Banaszak, Oakland 3 Walter Payton, Chicago 3 Curt Warner, Seattle 3 Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders 3 Rodney Hampton, N.Y. Giants 3 Terrell Davis, Denver 3 Curtis Martin, N.Y. Jets 3 Clinton Portis, Denver 3 Onterrio Smith, Minnesota 3 Michael Pittman, Tampa Bay 3 Michael Turner, Atlanta 3 LenDale White, Tennessee 3 Jerome Harrison, Cleveland 3 Jeremy Hill, Cincinnati 3 Mike Gillislee, New England

Dec. 7, 2003 Nov. 18, 1974 Dec. 14, 1975 Dec. 21, 1975 Nov. 13, 1977 Nov. 27, 1983 (OT) Nov. 25, 1990 Dec. 19, 1992 Dec. 6, 1998 Nov. 11, 2001 Dec. 15, 2002 Dec. 20, 2003 Nov. 7, 2004 Sept. 21, 2008 Oct. 19, 2008 Dec. 20, 2009 Oct. 4, 2015 Sept. 7, 2017

Long Run (All 80+) 87 Paul Lowe, San Diego 85 LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego 80 LenDale White, Tennessee Total Touchdowns 5 Clinton Portis, Denver 4 Clinton Portis, Denver 4 Eric Decker, Denver Interceptions Made 4 Deltha Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neal, Denver 3 David Fulcher, Cincinnati

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Sept. 10, 1961 Dec. 17, 2006 Oct. 19, 2008

Dec. 7, 2003 Dec. 15, 2002 Dec. 1, 2013 Oct. 7, 2001 Oct. 1, 1989

Long Interception Return (All 100+) 102 Marcus Coleman, Houston Sept. 26, 2004 101 Tony Greene, Buffalo Oct. 3, 1976 100 Speedy Duncan, San Diego Oct. 15, 1967 Long Punt Return 95 Johnny Bailey, Chicago Long Kickoff Return (All 100+) 103 Joshua Cribbs, Cleveland 100 Nemiah Wilson, Denver 100 Joshua Cribbs, Cleveland Long Punt (All 80+) 83 Chris Norman, Denver 82 Paul Maguire, San Diego Long Field Goal (All 55+) 59 Matt Bryant, Atlanta 57 Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland 56 Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland 56 Matt Prater, Denver 55 John Kasay, Seattle 55 Kris Brown, Pittsburgh 55 Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland 55 Nate Kaeding, San Diego Times Sacked (All 10.0+) 11 Paul McDonald, Cleveland 10 Jeff George, Oakland

Dec. 29, 1990 Dec. 20, 2009 Oct. 8, 1966 Dec. 20, 2009 Sept. 23, 1984 Nov. 5, 1961 Dec. 4, 2016 Dec. 16, 2012 Sept. 14, 2008 Sept. 28, 2008 Jan. 2, 1994 Oct. 14, 2001 Nov. 25, 2007 Nov. 29, 2009 Sept. 30, 1984 Sept. 6, 1998

Touchdowns On Interception Returns 2 Dave Brown, Seattle Nov. 4, 1984 Fumbles 6 Dave Krieg, Seattle

Nov. 5, 1989

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Most Points After Touchdown, Game 5 Ryan Succop at Indianapolis (5 Att.) 4 Mike Mercer at Buffalo (4 Att.) 4 Nick Lowery at Houston (4 Att.) 4 Morten Andersen vs. IND (4 Att.) 4 Harrison Butker vs. IND (4 Att.) 4 Harrison Butker vs. NE (4 Att.)

Service Most Games Played, Career 10 John Alt 10 Tim Grunhard 10 Dave Szott 10 Derrick Thomas 9 Dan Saleaumua 9 Tracy Simien 9 Neil Smith 9 Dustin Colquitt 8 Len Dawson 8 Jonathan Hayes 8 Nick Lowery 8 Johnny Robinson 8 Kevin Ross 8 Jim Tyrer 8 Will Shields

1984-96 1990-00 1990-00 1989-99 1989-96 1991-97 1988-96 2005-18 1962-75 1985-93 1980-93 1960-71 1984-93, â&#x20AC;&#x2122;97 1961-73 1993-06

Most Points, Game 18 Damien Williams vs. New England 14 Ryan Succop at Indianapolis 12 Abner Haynes vs. Houston 12 Mike Garrett at Buffalo 12 Ed Podolak vs. Miami 12 Dante Hall vs. Indianapolis 12 Priest Holmes vs. Indianapolis 12 Knile Davis at Indianapolis 12 Cairo Santos at Houston 11 Jan Stenerud vs. Minnesota

Most Field Goals Attempted, Career 17 Jan Stenerud (5 games - 17 Att.) 12 Nick Lowery (8 games - 12 Att.)

1980-93 1967-79 2014-16 2018 1966-70 1993-97 2013-15

Most Touchdowns, Career 4 Damien Williams (2 games) 3 Marcus Allen (6 games) 3 Mike Garrett (6 games) 3 Knile Davis (3 games)

2018 1993-97 1966-70 2013-16

Most Touchdowns, Game 3 Damien Williams vs. New England 2 Abner Haynes vs. Houston 2 Mike Garrett at Buffalo 2 Ed Podolak vs. Miami 2 Dante Hall vs. Indianapolis 2 Priest Holmes vs. Indianapolis 2 Knile Davis at Indianapolis

Jan. 20, 2019 Dec. 23, 1962 Jan. 1, 1967 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 4, 2014

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1967-79 1980-93

Most Field Goals Attempted, Game 5 Jan Stenerud vs. N.Y. Jets Dec. 20, 1969 4 Nick Lowery vs. Miami Jan. 5, 1991 4 Jan Stenerud vs. Miami Dec. 25, 1971

Jan. 20, 2019 Jan. 4, 2014 Dec. 23, 1962 Jan. 1, 1967 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 9, 2016 Jan. 11, 1970

Most Points After Touchdown, Career 13 Nick Lowery (8 games - 14 Att.) 11 Harrison Butker (3 games - 11 Att.) 8 Jan Stenerud (5 games - 8 Att.) 6 Ryan Succop (2 games - 6 Att.) 6 Cairo Santos (3 games - 6 Att.) 5 Mike Mercer (2 games - 5 Att.)

4, 2014 1, 1967 16, 1994 11, 2004 12, 2019 20, 2019

Most Points After Touchdown, No Misses, Career 8 Jan Stenerud (5 games)

Scoring Most Points, Career 37 Nick Lowery (8 games - 8 FGs, 13 PATs) 35 Jan Stenerud (5 games - 9 FGs, 8 PATs) 24 Cairo Santos (3 games - 6 FGs, 6 PATs) 24 Damien Williams (2 games - 4 TDs) 18 Mike Garrett (6 games - 3 TDs) 18 Marcus Allen (6 games - 3 TDs) 18 Knile Davis (3 games - 3 TDs)

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

1980-93 2017-18 1967-79 2009-13 2014-17 1966

Most Field Goals, Career 9 Jan Stenerud (5 games - 17 Att.) 8 Nick Lowery (8 games - 12 Att.) Most Field Goals, Game 3 Jan Stenerud vs. Minnesota 3 Nick Lowery at Miami 3 Ryan Succop at Indianapolis 3 Cairo Santos at Houston Longest Field Goal 49 Cairo Santos at Houston 49 Cairo Santos at Houston 48 Jan Stenerud vs. Minnesota 48 Cairo Santos vs. Pittsburgh 43 Ryan Succop at Indianapolis

1967-79 1980-93 Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

11, 1970 5, 1991 4, 2014 9, 2016

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

9, 2016 9, 2016 11, 1970 15, 2017 4, 2014

Rushing Most Rushing Attempts, Career 100 Marcus Allen (6 games) 61 Mike Garrett (6 games) 59 Barry Word (4 games) 51 Wendell Hayes (5 games) 41 Curtis McClinton (3 games)

1993-97 1966-70 1990-92 1968-74 1962-69

Most Rushing Attempts, Game 33 Barry Word vs. L.A. Raiders 25 Damien Williams vs. Indianapolis 24 Curtis McClinton vs. Houston 24 Priest Holmes vs. Indianapolis 22 Wendell Hayes vs. Miami 21 Marcus Allen vs. Pittsburgh 21 Marcus Allen vs. Indianapolis

Dec. 28, 1991 Jan. 12, 2019 Dec. 23, 1962 Jan. 11, 2004 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 8, 1994 Jan. 7, 1996

Most Rushing Yards Gained, Career 386 Marcus Allen (6 games) 1993-97 208 Wendell Hayes (5 games) 1968-74 197 Barry Word (4 games) 1990-92 186 Mike Garrett (6 games) 1966-70 176 Priest Holmes (1 game) 2001-07 Most Rushing Yards Gained, Game 176 Priest Holmes vs. Indianapolis 130 Barry Word vs. L.A. Raiders 129 Damien Williams vs. Indianapolis

Jan. 11, 2004 Dec. 28, 1991 Jan. 12, 2019

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100 Wendell Hayes vs. Miami 94 Marcus Allen vs. Indianapolis 85 Ed Podolak vs. Miami

Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 7, 1996 Dec. 25, 1971

Most Games, 100 or More Rushing Yards, Career 1 Wendell Hayes (5 games) 1968-74 1 Barry Word (3 games) 1990-92 1 Priest Holmes (1 game) 2001-07 1 Damien Williams (1 game) 2018 Longest Run From Scrimmage 48 Priest Holmes vs. Indianapolis 41 Jamaal Charles vs. Baltimore 36 Tyreek Hill vs. Indianapolis 33 Jack Spikes vs. Houston 32 Ed Podolak vs. Miami 26 Christian Okoye at Miami

Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 9, 2011 Jan. 12, 2019 Dec. 23, 1962 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 5, 1991

Most Rushing Touchdowns, Career 3 Marcus Allen (6 games) 1993-97 3 Mike Garrett (6 games) 1966-70 Most Rushing Touchdowns, Game 2 Mike Garrett at Buffalo Jan. 1, 1967 2 Priest Holmes vs. Indianpolis Jan. 11, 2004

Passing Most Passes Attempted, Career 188 Len Dawson (8 games) 185 Alex Smith (5 games) 141 Joe Montana (4 games) 72 Patrick Mahomes (2 games) 64 Dave Krieg (4 games) 54 Trent Green (2 games) 53 Steve DeBerg (3 games) Most Passes Attempted, Game 50 Alex Smith at New England 46 Alex Smith at Indianapolis 43 Joe Montana vs. Pittsburgh 41 Patrick Mahomes vs. Indianapolis 38 Joe Montana at Houston 37 Joe Montana at Miami 37 Elvis Grbac vs. Denver Most Passes Completed, Career 120 Alex Smith (5 games) 107 Len Dawson (8 games) 85 Joe Montana (4 games) 43 Patrick Mahomes (2 games) 33 Dave Krieg (4 games) 32 Trent Green (2 games) 31 Steve DeBerg (3 games) Most Passes Completed, Game 30 Alex Smith at Indianapolis 29 Alex Smith at New England 28 Joe Montana vs. Pittsburgh 27 Patrick Mahomes vs. Indianapolis 26 Joe Montana at Miami 24 Elvis Grbac vs. Denver 24 Alex Smith vs. Tennessee

1962-75 2013-17 1993-94 2017-18 1992-93 2001-06 1988-91 Jan. 16, 2016 Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 8, 1994 Jan. 12, 2019 Jan. 16, 1994 Dec. 31, 1994 Jan. 4, 1998 2013-17 1962-75 1993-94 2017-18 1992-93 2001-06 1988-91 Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 16, 2016 Jan. 8, 1994 Jan. 12, 2019 Dec. 31, 1994 Jan. 4, 1998 Jan. 6, 2018

Highest Completion Percentage, Career (100 attempts)

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64.9 Alex Smith (5 games: 185-120) 60.3 Joe Montana (4 games: 141-85) 56.9 Len Dawson (8 games: 188-107)

2013-17 1993-94 1962-75

Highest Completion Percentage, Game (15 completions) 77.3 Alex Smith at Houston (22-17) Jan. 9, 2016 72.7 Alex Smith vs. Tennessee (33-24) Jan. 6, 2018 70.3 Joe Montana at Miami (37-26) Dec. 31, 1994 69.2 Len Dawson vs. Miami (26-18) Dec. 25, 1971 Most Passing Yards, Career 1,497 Len Dawson (8 games) 1,250 Alex Smith (5 games) 1,014 Joe Montana (4 games) 573 Patrick Mahomes (2 games) 454 Dave Krieg (4 games)

1962-75 2013-17 1993-94 2017-18 1992-93

Most Passing Yards, Game 378 Alex Smith at Indianapolis 314 Joe Montana at Miami 299 Joe Montana at Houston 295 Patrick Mahomes vs. New England 278 Patrick Mahomes vs. Indianapolis 276 Joe Montana vs. Pittsburgh

Jan. 4, 2014 Dec. 31, 1994 Jan. 16, 1994 Jan. 20, 2019 Jan. 12, 2019 Jan. 4, 1994

Longest Pass Completion 79 Alex Smith at Indianapolis (to Donnie Avery) 63 Len Dawson vs. Miami (to Elmo Wright) 63 Alex Smith at Indianapolis (to Dwayne Bowe) 61 Len Dawson at N.Y. Jets (to Otis Taylor)

Jan. 4, 2014 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 4, 2014 Dec. 20, 1969

Most Touchdown Passes, Career 9 Alex Smith (5 games) 7 Len Dawson (8 games) 6 Joe Montana (4 games) 3 Patrick Mahomes (2 games) 2 Steve DeBerg (3 games) 2 Dave Krieg (4 games) 2 Trent Green (2 games)

2013-17 1962-75 1993-94 2017-18 1988-91 1992-93 2001-06

Most Touchdown Passes, Game 4 Alex Smith at Indianapolis 3 Joe Montana at Houston 3 Patrick Mahomes vs. New England 2 Len Dawson at Buffalo 2 Joe Montana at Miami 2 Alex Smith vs. Tennessee

Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 16, 1994 Jan. 20, 2019 Jan. 1, 1967 Dec. 31, 1994 Jan. 6, 2018

Most Passes Had Intercepted, Career 8 Len Dawson (8 games) 1962-75 4 Mark Vlasic (1 game) 1991-92 4 Joe Montana (4 games) 1993-94 Most Passes Had Intercepted, Game 4 Len Dawson at Oakland Dec. 22, 1968 4 Mark Vlasic at Buffalo Jan. 5, 1992

Pass Receiving Most Pass Receptions, Career 33 Travis Kelce (6 games)

2013-18

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27 27 21 19

Otis Taylor (7 games) J.J. Birden (8 games) Keith Cash (6 games) Kimble Anders (7 games)

Most Pass Receptions, Game 8 Ed Podolak vs. Miami 8 Stephone Paige at Miami 8 Andre Rison vs. Denver 8 Dwayne Bowe at Indianapolis 8 Travis Kelce at Houston 8 Tyreek Hill vs. Indianapolis 7 Keith Cash vs. Pittsburgh 7 Kimble Anders vs. Indianapolis 7 Dexter McCluster at Indianapolis 7 Knile Davis at Indianapolis 7 Tyreek Hill vs. Tennessee 7 Travis Kelce vs. Indianapolis Most Receiving Yards, Career 481 Otis Taylor (7 games) 425 Travis Kelce (6 games) 363 J.J. Birden (8 games) 266 Keith Cash (6 games) 239 Willie Davis (5 games)

1965-75 1990-94 1992-96 1991-00 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 5, 1991 Jan. 4, 1998 Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 9, 2016 Jan. 12, 2019 Jan. 8, 1994 Jan. 7, 1996 Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 6, 2018 Jan. 12, 2019 1965-75 2013-18 1990-94 1992-96 1991-95

Most Receiving Yards, Game (All 100+) 150 Dwayne Bowe at Indianapolis Jan. 4, 2014 142 Stephone Paige at Miami Jan. 5, 1991 128 Travis Kelce at Houston Jan. 9, 2016 117 Otis Taylor at Oakland Dec. 22, 1968 114 Sammy Watkins vs. New England Jan. 20, 2019 110 Ed Podolak vs. Miami Dec. 25, 1971 110 Andre Rison vs. Denver Jan. 4, 1998 108 Travis Kelce vs. Indianapolis Jan. 12, 2019 104 Elmo Wright vs. Miami Dec. 25, 1971 103 Kimble Anders at Miami Dec. 31, 1994 Most Games, 100 or More Receiving Yards, Career 2 Travis Kelce (5 games) 2013-18 1 By eight players; Last, Sammy Watkins vs. Jan. 20, 2019 New England Longest Pass Reception 79 Donnie Avery at Indianapolis (from Alex Smith) 63 Elmo Wright vs. Miami (from Len Dawson) 63 Dwayne Bowe at Indianapolis (from Alex Smith) 61 Otis Taylor at N.Y. Jets (from Len Dawson)

Jan. 4, 2014 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 4, 2014 Dec. 20, 1969

Most Receiving Touchdowns, Career 2 Otis Taylor (7 games) 1965-75 2 Fred Jones (3 games) 1990-93 2 J.J. Birden (8 games) 1990-94 2 Tony Gonzalez (3 games) 1997-08 2 Albert Wilson (3 games) 2014-16 2 Travis Kelce (6 games) 2013-18 2 Damien Williams (2 games) 2018 Most Receiving Touchdowns, Game 2 Damien Williams vs. New England

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Jan. 20, 2019

1 Numerous times; Last, Travis Kelce vs. New England

Jan. 20, 2019

Combined Net Yards Most Attempts, Career 147 Marcus Allen (6 games) 88 Mike Garrett (6 games) 63 Wendell Hayes (5 games)

1993-97 1966-70 1968-74

Most Attempts, Game 34 Barry Word vs. L.A. Raiders 30 Ed Podolak vs. Miami 30 Damien Williams vs. Indianapolis 29 Priest Holmes vs. Indianapolis

Dec. 28, 1991 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 12, 2019 Jan. 11, 2004

Most Net Yards, Career 541 Marcus Allen (6 games) 481 Otis Taylor (7 games) 425 Travis Kelce (6 games) 363 J.J. Birden (8 games) 350 Ed Podolak (4 games) Most Net Yards, Game *350 Ed Podolak vs. Miami 227 Dante Hall vs. Indianapolis 208 Priest Holmes vs. Indianapolis 154 Damien Williams vs. Indianapolis 150 Dwayne Bowe at Indianapolis 142 Stephone Paige at Miami

1993-97 1965-75 2013-18 1990-94 1969-77 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 12, 2019 Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 5, 1991 *NFL RECORD

Punting Most Punts, Career 39 Jerrel Wilson (7 games) 38 Bryan Barker (7 games) 35 Dustin Colquitt (9 games) 11 Louie Aguiar (3 games)

1963-77 1990-93 2005-18 1994-98

Most Punts, Game 8 Jerrel Wilson at Oakland 8 Bryan Barker at San Diego

Jan. 4, 1970 Jan. 2, 1993

Longest Punt 66 Dustin Colquitt at Indianapolis 62 Louie Aguiar vs. Denver 61 Jerrel Wilson vs. Green Bay 59 Jerrel Wilson vs. Minnesota 56 Jerrel Wilson at Oakland 56 Dustin Colquitt vs. Houston

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

6, 2007 4, 1998 15, 1967 11, 1970 4, 1970 9, 2016

Highest Punting Average, Career (20 punts) 45.5 Dustin Colquitt (9 games: 1,593-35) 2005-18 43.4 Jerrel Wilson (7 games: 1,693-39) 1963-77 42.4 Bryan Barker (7 games: 1,613-38) 1990-93 Highest Punting Average, Game (4 punts) 52.3 Dustin Colquitt at IND (314-6) Jan. 6, 2007 50.0 Dustin Colquitt vs. Tennessee (250-5) Jan. 6, 2018 48.5 Jerrel Wilson vs. Minnesota (194-4) Jan. 11, 1970 47.0 Jerrel Wilson at Oakland (302-6) Dec. 22, 1968 46.4 Louie Aguiar vs. Denver (232-5) Jan. 4, 1998

Punt Returns @CHIEFS


Most Punt Returns, Career 11 Mike Garrett (6 games) 7 Danan Hughes (6 games) Most Punt Returns, Game 5 Tyreek Hill vs. Indianapolis 4 Mike Garrett vs. Oakland 4 Tamarick Vanover vs. Indianapolis 4 Frankie Hammond Jr. at Houston

1966-70 1993-98 Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

Most Punt Return Yards, Career 84 Danan Hughes (6 games) 73 Mike Garrett (6 games) 61 Frankie Hammond Jr. (2 games) 44 Tamarick Vanover (2 games) Most Punt Return Yards, Game 42 Danan Hughes at Houston 37 Mike Garrett at Buffalo 34 Tamarick Vanover vs. Indianapolis 34 Frankie Hammond Jr. at Houston 31 Danan Hughes vs. Pittsburgh Longest Punt Return 35 Danan Hughes at Houston 27 Mike Garrett at Buffalo 15 Danan Hughes vs. Pittsburgh

12, 2019 4, 1970 7, 1996 9, 2016

1993-98 1966-70 2015 1995-99 Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

16, 1994 1, 1967 7, 1996 9, 2016 8, 1994

Jan. 16, 1994 Jan. 1, 1967 Jan. 8, 1994

Highest Punt Return Average, Career (10 returns) 6.6 Mike Garrett (6 games: 11-73) 1966-70 Highest Punt Return Average, Game (3 14.0 Danan Hughes at Houston (3-42) 12.3 Mike Garrett at Buffalo (3-37) 10.3 Danan Hughes vs. Pittsburgh (3-31)

returns) Jan. 16, 1994 Jan. 1, 1967 Jan. 8, 1994

Most Touchdowns 0

Kickoff Returns Most Kickoff Returns, Career 10 John Stephens (3 games) 10 Dante Hall (2 games) 7 Quintin Demps (1 game) 6 Tremon Smith (2 games) 5 Bert Coan (2 games) 5 Noland Smith (1 game) 5 Tamarick Vanover (2 games) 5 Tyreek Hill (2 games)

1993 2000-06 2013 2018 1963-68 1967-69 1995-99 2016-17

Most Kickoff Returns, Game 7 Dante Hall vs. Indianapolis 7 Quintin Demps at Indianapolis 5 Noland Smith vs. Oakland 5 John Stephens at Buffalo

Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 4, 2014 Dec. 22, 1968 Jan. 23, 1994

Most Kickoff Return Yards, Career 266 Dante Hall (2 games) 199 John Stephens (3 games) 196 Knile Davis (3 games) 187 Quintin Demps (1 game) 154 Ed Podolak (1 game)

2000-06 1993 2013-15 2013 1969-77

Most Kickoff Return Yards, Game 208 Dante Hall vs. Indianapolis

Jan. 11, 2004

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187 154 106 99 90

Quintin Demps at Indianapolis Ed Podolak vs. Miami Knile Davis at Houston Tremon Smith vs. New England Knile Davis at New England

Longest 106 (TD) 92 (TD) 78 46 36 35

Jan. 4, 2014 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 9, 2016 Jan. 20, 2019 Jan. 16, 2016

Kickoff Return Knile Davis at Houston Dante Hall vs. Indianapolis Ed Podolak vs. Miami Dante Hall vs. Indianapolis Dexter McCluster vs. Baltimore Bert Coan at Buffalo

Jan. 9, 2016 Jan. 11, 2004 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 9, 2011 Jan. 1, 1967

Highest Kickoff Return Average, Career (10 returns) 26.6 Dante Hall (2 games: 10-266) 2000-06 19.9 John Stephens (3 games: 10-199) 1993 Highest Kickoff Return Average, Game (3 returns) 51.3 Ed Podolak vs. Miami (3-154) Dec. 25, 1971 30.0 Knile Davis at New England (3-90) Jan. 16, 2016 29.7 Dante Hall vs. Indianapolis (7-208) Jan. 11, 2004 26.7 Quintin Demps at Indianapolis (7-187) Jan. 4, 2014 24.8 Tremon Smith vs. New England (4-99) Jan. 20, 2019 24.0 John Stephens vs. Pittsburgh (3-72) Jan. 8, 1994 23.0 Tamarick Vanover vs. Denver (3-69) Jan. 4, 1998 Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns, Career 1 Dante Hall (2 games) 2000-06 1 Knile Davis (2 games) 2013-15

Interceptions By Most Interceptions, Career 5 Emmitt Thomas (7 games) 4 Johnny Robinson (8 games) 3 Jim Marsalis (4 games) 3 Deron Cherry (4 games) Most Interceptions, Game 2 Johnny Robinson vs. Houston 2 Jim Marsalis at N.Y. Jets 2 Emmitt Thomas at Oakland 2 Deron Cherry vs. L.A. Raiders 2 Ty Law at Indianapolis 2 Husain Abdullah at Indianapolis

1966-78 1960-71 1969-75 1981-91 Dec. 23, 1962 Dec. 20, 1969 Jan. 4, 1970 Dec. 28, 1991 Jan. 6, 2007 Jan. 4, 2014

Most Consecutive Games, Interceptions 3 Emmitt Thomas 1969 Most Interception Return Yards, Career 131 Johnny Robinson (8 games) 1960-71 101 Emmitt Thomas (7 games) 1966-78 65 Jim Marsalis (4 games) 1969-75 Most Interception Return Yards, Game 72 Johnny Robinson at Buffalo Jan. 1, 1967 69 Emmitt Thomas vs. Oakland Jan. 4, 1970 50 Johnny Robinson vs. Houston Dec. 23, 1962 Longest Interception Return 72 Johnny Robinson at Buffalo 62 Emmitt Thomas at Oakland 43 Ty Law at Indianapolis 37 Johnny Robinson vs. Houston

Jan. 1, 1967 Jan. 4, 1970 Jan. 6, 2007 Dec. 23, 1962

@CHIEFS


Most TDs, Career 0 0

5.0 Aaron Brown (6 games)

Sacks Most Sacks, Career 6.5 Derrick Thomas (10 games) 6.5 Neil Smith (9 games)

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1989-99 1988-96

Most Sacks, Game 3 Aaron Brown at Oakland 2 Nine times; By eight players Last: Justin Houston vs. Indianapolis

1966-72 Jan. 4, 1970 Jan. 12, 2019

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Scoring Most Points, Game 44 at Indianapolis 31 at Buffalo 31 vs. Indianapolis 31 vs. Indianapolis 31 vs. New England 30 at Houston 28 at Houston

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

Most Touchdowns, Game 5 at Indianapolis 4 at Buffalo 4 at Houston 4 vs. Indianapolis 4 vs. Indianapolis 4 vs. New England 3 Four times; Last, vs. Tennessee

4, 2014 1, 1967 11, 2004 12, 2019 20, 2019 9, 2016 16, 1994 Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

4, 2014 1, 1967 16, 1994 11, 2004 12, 2019 20, 2019 6, 2018

First Downs Most First Downs, Game 30 at Indianapolis 29 vs. Indianapolis 28 vs. Pittsburgh 27 at New England 24 at Miami 24 vs. Indianapolis 23 vs. Miami Fewest First Downs, Game 7 at Indianapolis 8 vs. Baltimore 13 at Oakland 13 at Oakland 14 Three times; Last, at Buffalo

Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 12, 2019 Jan. 8, 1994 Jan. 16, 2016 Dec. 31, 1994 Jan. 11, 2004 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 6, 2007 Jan. 9, 2011 Dec. 22, 1968 Jan. 4, 1970 Jan. 5, 1992

Net Yards Rushing and Passing Most Net Yards, Game 513 at Indianapolis 451 vs. Miami 433 vs. Indianapolis 414 at Miami 408 vs. Indianapolis 401 vs. Pittsburgh

Jan. 4, 2014 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 12, 2019 Dec. 31, 1994 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 8, 1994

Fewest Net Yards, Game 126 at Indianapolis 161 vs. Baltimore 204 vs. L.A. Raiders 207 at Oakland 213 at Buffalo

Jan. 6, 2007 Jan. 9, 2011 Dec. 28, 1991 Jan. 4, 1970 Jan. 5, 1992

Rushing Most Rushing Attempts, Game 54 vs. Houston Dec. 23, 1962 44 vs. Miami Dec. 25, 1971 41 vs. Minnesota Jan. 11, 1970 Fewest Rushing Attempts, Game 12 vs. New England Jan. 20, 2019 14 vs. Pittsburgh Jan. 15, 2017

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16 17 18 19 19

vs. Tennessee at Indianapolis at Houston vs. Green Bay at San Diego

Most Rushing Yards, Game 213 vs. Miami 199 vs. Houston 196 vs. Indianapolis 180 vs. Indianapolis 151 vs. Minnesota 150 at Indianapolis

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

6, 2018 6, 2007 16, 1994 15, 1967 2, 1993

Dec. 25, 1971 Dec. 23, 1962 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 12, 2019 Jan. 11, 1970 Jan. 4, 2014

Fewest Rushing Yards, Game 41 vs. New England Jan. 20, 2019 44 at Indianapolis Jan. 6, 2007 52 at Buffalo Jan. 23, 1994 61 at San Diego Jan. 2, 1993 61 vs. Pittsburgh Jan. 15, 2017 67 at N.Y. Jets Dec. 28, 1968 Most Rushing Touchdowns, 4 vs. Indianapolis 2 at Buffalo 2 at Oakland 2 vs. Miami 2 vs. Indianapolis

Game Jan. 12, 2019 Jan. 1, 1967 Jan. 4, 1970 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 11, 2004

Passing Most Passing Attempts, Game 52 at Buffalo Jan. 23, 1994 50 at New England Jan. 16, 2016 46 at Indianapolis Jan. 4, 2014 44 vs. Pittsburgh Jan. 8, 1994 41 vs. Indianapolis Jan. 12, 2019 37 at Miami Dec. 31, 1994 37 vs. Denver Jan. 4, 1998 Fewest Passing Attempts, Game 14 vs. Houston Dec. 23, 1962 14 vs. L.A. Raiders Dec. 28, 1991 17 at Oakland Jan. 4, 1970 17 vs. Minnesota Jan. 11, 1970 Most Completions, Game 30 at Indianapolis 29 vs. Pittsburgh 29 at New England 27 vs. Indianapolis 26 at Miami 25 at Buffalo

Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 8, 1994 Jan. 16, 2016 Jan. 12, 2019 Dec. 31, 1994 Jan. 23, 1994

Fewest Completions, Game 7 at Oakland Jan. 4, 1970 9 vs. Houston Dec. 23, 1962 9 vs. L.A. Raiders Dec. 28, 1991 9 vs. Baltimore Jan. 9, 2011 Most Gross Passing Yards, Game 378 at Indianapolis Jan. 4, 2014 323 at Buffalo Jan. 23, 1994 314 at Miami Dec. 31, 1994 299 at Houston Jan. 16, 1994

@CHIEFS


299 vs. Pittsburgh

Jan. 8, 1994

Fewest Gross Passing Yards, Game 70 vs. Baltimore Jan. 9, 2011 88 vs. Houston Dec. 23, 1962 79 vs. L.A. Raiders Dec. 28, 1991 107 at Indianapolis Jan. 6, 2007 Most Times Sacked, Game 9 at Buffalo 7 at San Diego 6 vs. Houston 6 vs. Green Bay

Jan. 1, 1967 Jan. 2, 1993 Dec. 23, 1962 Jan. 15, 1967

Most Interceptions Thrown, Game 4 at Oakland Dec. 22, 1968 4 at Buffalo Jan. 5, 1992 3 vs. Indianapolis Jan. 7, 1996 3 vs. Baltimore Jan. 9, 2011

Interceptions By Most Interceptions By, Game 5 vs. Houston Dec. 23, 1962 4 at Oakland Jan. 4, 1970 4 vs. L.A. Raiders Dec. 28, 1991 4 at Houston Jan. 9, 2016

Penalties Most Penalties, Game 10 at Buffalo 8 vs. Tennessee 7 Three times; Last vs. Denver Fewest Penalties, Game 1 at N.Y. Jets

50

Jan. 5, 1992 Jan. 6, 2018 Jan. 4, 1998

2 at Indianapolis 2 at Indianapolis 3 Twice; Last vs. Indianapolis

Jan. 6, 2007 Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 7, 1996

Most Yards Penalized, Game 68 vs. Tennessee Jan. 6, 2018 65 vs. Denver Jan. 4, 1998 63 at N.Y. Jets Dec. 20, 1969 62 at San Diego Jan. 2, 1993 Fewest Yards Penalized, Game 5 at N.Y. Jets Dec. 28, 1986 13 at Indianapolis Jan. 6, 2007 15 at Miami Dec. 31, 1994 15 at Indianapolis Jan. 4, 2014 20 vs. L.A. Raiders Dec. 28, 1991

Fumbles Most Fumbles, Game 5 at Oakland 3 Four times; Last, vs. Indianapolis Most Fumbles Lost, Game 4 at Oakland 2 vs. Miami 2 vs. Baltimore Most Turnovers, Game 5 vs. Baltimore 4 at Oakland 4 at Oakland 4 vs. Miami 4 at Buffalo 4 vs. Indianapolis

Jan. 4, 1970 Jan. 12, 2019

Jan. 4, 1970 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 9, 2011 Jan. 9, 2011 Dec. 22, 1968 Jan. 4, 1970 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 5, 1992 Jan. 7, 1996

Dec. 28, 1986

@CHIEFS


Scoring Fewest Points Allowed, Game Jan. 9, 2016 0 at Houston 6 at N.Y. Jets Dec. 20, 1969 6 vs. L.A. Raiders Dec. 28, 1991 Most Points Allowed, Game 45 at Indianapolis 41 at Oakland 38 vs. Indianapolis 37 at Buffalo 37 vs. New England (OT) 35 vs. Green Bay 35 at N.Y. Jets

Jan. 4, 2014 Dec. 22, 1968 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 5, 1992 Jan. 20, 2019 Jan. 15, 1967 Dec. 28, 1986

Fewest Touchdowns Allowed, Game Dec. 20, 1969 0 at N.Y. Jets Dec. 28, 1991 0 vs. L.A. Raiders Jan. 9, 2016 0 at Houston Jan. 15, 2017 0 vs. Pittsburgh Most Touchdowns Allowed, Game 6 at Indianapolis Jan. 4, 2014 5 vs. Green Bay Jan. 15, 1967 5 at Oakland Dec. 22, 1968 5 at N.Y. Jets Dec. 28, 1986 5 vs. Indianapolis Jan. 11, 2004 5 vs. New England Jan. 20, 2019

First Downs Fewest First Downs Allowed, Game 9 at Buffalo Jan. 1, 1967 13 vs. Minnesota Jan. 11, 1970 14 at Houston Jan. 9, 2016 15 vs. Indianapolis Jan. 12, 2019 16 Three times; Last vs. Denver Jan. 4, 1998 Most First Downs Allowed, Game 36 vs. New England Jan. 20, 2019 30 at Buffalo Jan. 23, 1994 29 at Buffalo Jan. 5, 1992 28 at Indianapolis Jan. 6, 2007 28 at Indianapolis Jan. 4, 2014 27 vs. Indianapolis Jan. 11, 2004

Net Yards Rushing and Passing Fewest Net Yards Allowed, Game 226 at Houston Jan. 9, 2016 233 at Oakland Jan. 4, 1970 235 at N.Y. Jets Dec. 20, 1969 239 vs. Minnesota Jan. 11, 1970 249 vs. Indianapolis Jan. 7, 1996 Most Net Yards Allowed, Game 536 at Indianapolis Jan. 4, 2014 524 vs. New England Jan. 20, 2019 454 at Oakland Dec. 22, 1968 448 at Buffalo Jan. 5, 1992 435 at Indianapolis Jan. 6, 2007 434 vs. Indianapolis Jan. 11, 2004

Rushing

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Fewest Rushing Attempts, Game 13 at Buffalo Jan. 1, 1967 14 at Houston Jan. 16, 1994 14 at New England Jan. 16, 2016 14 vs. Indianapolis Jan. 12, 2019 19 vs. Minnesota Jan. 11, 1970 19 at Indianapolis Jan. 4, 2014 Most Rushing Attempts, Game 48 vs. New England Jan. 20, 2019 46 at Buffalo Jan. 5, 1992 46 at Buffalo Jan. 23, 1994 43 vs. Miami Dec. 25, 1971 Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed, Game 38 at New England Jan. 16, 2016 39 at Houston Jan. 16, 1994 40 at Buffalo Jan. 1, 1967 67 vs. Minnesota Jan. 11, 1970 Most Rushing Yards Allowed, Game 229 at Buffalo Jan. 23, 1994 202 vs. Tennessee Jan. 6, 2018 192 at San Diego Jan. 2, 1993 188 at Indianapolis Jan. 6, 2007 180 at Buffalo Jan. 5, 1992 Most Rushing Touchdowns Allowed, 4 vs. New England 3 vs. Green Bay 3 at Buffalo 2 Fourtimes; Last, vs. Indianapolis

Game Jan. 20, Jan. 15, Jan. 23, Jan. 11,

2019 1967 1994 2004

Passing Fewest Passing Attempts Allowed, Game 19 vs. Denver Jan. 4, 1998 23 at N.Y. Jets Dec. 28, 1986 23 vs. L.A. Raiders Dec. 28, 1991 23 at San Diego Jan. 2, 1993 Most Passing Attempts Allowed, Game 46 vs. Houston Dec. 23, 1962 46 vs. New England Jan. 20, 2019 45 at Oakland Jan. 4, 1970 45 at Indianapolis Jan. 4, 2014 43 at Houston Jan. 16, 1994 42 at New England Jan. 16, 2016 42 vs. Pittsburgh Jan. 16, 1994 Fewest Completions Allowed, Game 10 vs. Denver Jan. 4, 1998 12 at Buffalo Jan. 1, 1967 12 vs. L.A. Raiders Dec. 28, 1991 12 vs. Indianapolis Jan. 7, 1996 Most Completions Allowed, Game 32 at Houston Jan. 16, 1994 31 at Indianapolis Jan. 6, 2007 30 vs. New England Jan. 20, 2019 29 at Indianapolis Jan. 4, 2014 28 at New England Jan. 16, 2016 25 vs. Baltimore Jan. 9, 2011 Fewest Gross Passing Yards Allowed, Game 112 vs. Indianapolis Jan. 7, 1996

@CHIEFS


136 140 153 160

at Houston vs. L.A. Raiders at N.Y. Jets at Buffalo

Jan. 9, 2016 Dec. 28, 1991 Dec. 28, 1986 Jan. 23, 1994

Most Passing Yards Allowed, Game 443 at Indianapolis Jan. 4, 2014 348 vs. New England Jan. 20, 2019 347 at Oakland Dec. 22, 1968 306 at Houston Jan. 16, 1994 304 vs. Indianapolis Jan. 11, 2004 302 at New England Jan. 16, 2016 Most Passing Touchdowns Allowed, 5 at Oakland 4 at Indianapolis 3 Fourtimes; Last, vs. Indianapolis

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Game Dec. 22, 1968 Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 11, 2004

Sacks Most Sacks, Game 9 at Houston 5 at San Diego 4 at Oakland 4 at Buffalo 4 vs. Baltimore

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

16, 1994 2, 1993 4, 1970 1, 1967 9, 2011

Interceptions Most Interceptions By, Game 5 vs. Houston Dec. 23, 1962 4 at Oakland Jan. 4, 1970 4 vs. L.A. Raiders Dec. 28, 1991 4 at Houston Jan. 9, 2016

@CHIEFS


Single Game Total Points 18 Fred Biletnikoff, Oakland 18 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo 18 Chris Boswell, Pittsburgh 15 Scott Norwood, Buffalo 14 Steve Christie. Buffalo Total Touchdowns 3 Fred Biletnikoff, Oakland 3 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo 2 Max McGee, Green Bay 2 Elijah Pitts, Green Bay 2 Warren Wells, Oakland 2 Freeman McNeil, N.Y. Jets 2 Andre Reed, Buffalo 2 Terrell Davis, Denver 2 Edgerrin James, Indianapolis 2 T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis 2 Donald Brown, Indianapolis 2 Rob Gronkowski, New England 2 Rex Burkhead, New England 2 Sony Michel, New England Field Goals 6 Chris Boswell, Pittsburgh 3 Scott Norwood, Buffalo 3 Steve Christie, Buffalo 3 Adam Vinatieri, Indianapolis 3 Billy Cundiff, Baltimore 2 George Blanda, Oakland 2 Jim Turner, N.Y. Jets 2 Garo Yepremiam, Miami 2 Jeff Jaeger, L.A. Raiders 2 Al Del Greco, Houston 2 Pete Stoyanovich, Miami 2 Stephen Gostkowski, New England Pass Attempts (All 40+) 46 George Blanda, Houston 46 Tom Brady, New England 45 Andrew Luck, Indianapolis 43 Warren Moon, Houston 42 Neil Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Donnell, Pittsburgh 42 Tom Brady, New England 40 Joe Namath, N.Y. Jets Pass Completions 32 Warren Moon, Houston 31 Peyton Manning, Indianapolis 30 Tom Brady, New England 29 Andrew Luck, Indianapolis 28 Tom Brady, New England 25 Joe Flacco, Baltimore Passing Yards (All 300+) 443 Andrew Luck, Indianapolis 348 Tom Brady, New England 345 Daryle Lamonica, Oakland 306 Warren Moon, Houston 304 Peyton Manning, Indianapolis 302 Tom Brady, New England Long Pass

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Dec. 22, 1968 Jan. 23, 1994 Jan. 15, 2017 Jan. 5, 1992 Jan. 23, 1994 Dec. 22, 1968 Jan. 23, 1994 Jan. 15, 1967 Jan. 15, 1967 Dec. 22, 1968 Dec. 28, 1986 Jan. 5, 1992 Jan. 4, 1998 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 16, 2016 Jan. 20, 2019 Jan. 20, 2019 Jan. 15, 2017 Jan. 5, 1992 Jan. 23, 1994 Jan. 6, 2007 Jan. 9, 2011 Dec. 22, 1968 Dec. 20, 1969 Dec. 25, 1971 Dec. 28, 1991 Jan. 16, 1994 Dec. 31, 1994 Jan. 16, 2016 Dec. 23, 1962 Jan. 20, 2019 Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 16, 1994 Jan. 8, 1994 Jan. 16, 2016 Dec. 20, 1969 Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

16, 1994 6, 2007 20, 2019 4, 2014 16, 2016 9, 2011

Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 20, 2019 Dec. 22, 1968 Jan. 16, 1994 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 16, 2016

69 Jack Kemp to Elbert Dubenion, Buffalo

Jan. 1, 1967

Touchdown Passes 5 Daryle Lamonica, Oakland 4 Andrew Luck, Indianapolis 3 Pat Ryan, N.Y. Jets 3 Jim Kelly, Buffalo 3 Neil O'Donnell, Pittsburgh 3 Peyton Manning, Indianapolis

Dec. 22, 1968 Jan. 4, 2014 Dec. 28, 1986 Jan. 5, 1992 Jan. 8, 1994 Jan. 11, 2004

Interceptions Thrown 5 George Blanda, Houston 4 Todd Marinovich, L.A. Raiders 4 Brian Hoyer, Houston 3 Joe Namath, N.Y. Jets 3 Daryle Lamonica, Oakland 3 Jim Kelly, Buffalo 3 Peyton Manning, Indianapolis 3 Andrew Luck, Indianapolis

Dec. 23, 1962 Dec. 28, 1991 Jan. 9, 2016 Dec. 20, 1969 Jan. 4, 1970 Jan. 5, 1992 Jan. 6, 2007 Jan. 4, 2014

Rushing Attempts 33 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo 31 Freeman McNeil, N.Y. Jets 30 Le'Veon Bell, Pittsburgh 29 Sony Michel, New England 26 Edgerrin James, Indianapolis 25 Leroy Thompson, Pittsburgh 25 Terrell Davis, Denver 25 Joseph Addai, Indianapolis

Jan. 23, 1994 Dec. 28, 1986 Jan. 15, 2017 Jan. 20, 2019 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 8,1993 Jan. 4, 1998 Jan. 6, 2007

Rushing Yards (All 100+) 186 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo 170 Le'Veon Bell, Pittsburgh 156 Derrick Henry, Tennessee 135 Freeman McNeil, N.Y. Jets 125 Edgerrin James, Indianapolis 122 Joseph Addai, Indianapolis 119 Marion Butts, San Diego 113 Sony Michel, New England 107 Nick Bell, L.A. Raiders 101 Terrell Davis, Denver 100 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo

Jan. 23, 1994 Jan. 15, 2017 Jan. 6, 2018 Dec. 28, 1986 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 6, 2007 Jan. 2, 1993 Jan. 20, 2019 Dec. 28, 1991 Jan. 4, 1998 Jan. 5, 1992

Rushing Touchdowns 3 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo 2 Elijah Pitts, Green Bay 2 Freeman McNeil, N.Y. Jets 2 Terrell Davis, Denver 2 Edgerrin James, Indianapolis 2 Rex Burkhead, New England 2 Sony Michel, New England

Jan. 23, 1994 Jan. 15, 1967 Dec. 28, 1986 Jan. 4, 1998 Jan. 11, 2004 Jan. 20, 2019 Jan. 20, 2019

Long Run 54 Marion Butts, San Diego

Jan. 2, 1993

Pass Receptions 13 T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis 10 Todd Heap, Baltimore 10 Julian Edelman, New England 9 Haywood Jeffires, Houston 9 Dallas Clark, Indianapolis 8 Charles Smith, Oakland 7 Max McGee, Green Bay 7 Fred Biletnikoff, Oakland

Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 9, 2011 Jan. 16, 2016 Jan. 16, 1994 Jan. 6, 2007 Jan. 4, 1970 Jan. 15, 1967 Dec. 22, 1968

@CHIEFS


7 7 7 7 7 7

John Henderson, Minnesota Paul Warfield, Miami Jeff Graham, Pittsburgh Joseph Addai, Indianapolis Rob Gronkowski, New England Julian Edelman, New England

Receiving Yards (All 100+) 224 T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis 180 Fred Biletnikoff, Oakland 140 Paul Warfield, Miami 138 Max McGee, Green Bay 127 Bobby Burnett, Buffalo 111 John Henderson, Minnesota 108 Todd Heap, Baltimore 108 Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh 103 Dallas Clark, Indianapolis 100 Andre Reed, Buffalo 100 Julian Edelman, New England Touchdown Receptions 3 Fred Biletnikoff, Oakland 2 Max McGee, Green Bay 2 Warren Wells, Oakland 2 Andre Reed, Buffalo

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Jan. 1, 1970 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 8, 1994 Jan. 6, 2007 Jan. 16, 2016 Jan. 20, 2019 Jan. 4, 2014 Dec. 22, 1968 Dec. 25, 1971 Jan. 15, 1967 Jan. 11, 1967 Jan. 11, 1970 Jan. 9, 2011 Jan. 15, 2017 Jan. 6, 2007 Jan. 5, 1992 Jan. 16, 2016 Dec. 22, 1968 Jan. 15, 1967 Dec. 22, 1968 Jan. 5, 1992

2 T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis 2 Rob Gronkowski, New England Interceptions Made 2 Kirby Jackson, Buffalo Long Interception Return 50 Willie Wood, Green Bay

Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 16, 2016 Jan. 5, 1992 Jan. 15, 1967

Long Punt Return 26 Russell Copeland, Buffalo

Jan. 23, 1994

Long Kickoff Return 52 George Atkinson, Oakland

Jan. 4, 1970

Long Punt 64 Reggie Roby, Miami Long Field Goal (All 50+) 58 Pete Stoyanovich, Miami 50 Adam Vinatieri, Indianapolis Sacks 3 Gerald Williams, Pittsburgh 3 Whitney Mercilus, Houston

Jan. 5, 1991 Jan. 5, 1991 Jan. 6, 2007 Jan. 8, 1994 Jan. 9, 2016

@CHIEFS


TEAM 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

An Underrated Star, Jamaal Charles Retires With The Chiefs 2 Derrick Johnson signs contract to retire with Chiefs 3 Receiver Dwayne Bowe latest to sign one-day deal to retire with Kansas City Chiefs 4 The Chiefs Official Podcast Network to Deliver Exclusive Content, Behind-the-Scenes Access and a Perspective Unlike Any Other 6 Cheers and Confetti Fill Union Station as Kansas City Earns Bid to Host 2023 NFL Draft 8 Chiefs to Play in Top Prime-Time Game of the Season According to NFL.com 10 Former Chiefs great Tony G: From Bullied kid to Hall of Famer who speaks his mind 12 Changes in Chiefs camp over ten-year period 19

EXECUTIVES/Coaches 1. 2. 3.

Chiefs Chairman & CEO Clark Hunt Named Chairman of the NFL’s Finance Committee 21 Chief’s Kick Off NFL Huddle for 100 Campaign with Service Activity at Local School 22 A builder and his foundation: Steve Spagnuolo uses the OTA practices to cultivate defensive unity 24

PLAYERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

Before this Chiefs rookie bought Mom a house, he nursed her through brain-tumor scare 27 Height Can’t Measure Heart: Chiefs’ Rookie Darwin Thompson is Determined to Prove He Belongs 32 There’s a reason Josh Caldwell feels at home at Chiefs training camp 34 Despite Every Reason to, Patrick Mahomes Still Doesn’t Make MVP Award About Himself 37 Patrick Mahomes Wins “Best NFL Player” Honors at Annual ESPY Awards 40 Chief’s rookie Mecole Hardman is more than a football player to special needs community 41 Former Glenville and current NFL star defensive lineman Frank Clark to put on free youth football camp 47 Chiefs receiver Demarcus Robinson takes a different kind of flight: with Blue Angels 49 The Chiefs’ master chef: Mitchell Schwartz spends his offseason sharing his passion for cooking 51 Chiefs’ Dustin Colquitt humbled by Walter Payton Man of the Year nomination 55 Travis Kelce Throwing Fundraiser For Heights Foundation 58 Chiefs linebacker Anthony Hitchens shaped by life-altering decision made as a youth 60 As Patrick Mahomes’ improv partner, WR Demarcus Robinson to play a bigger role this season 67 ‘I wish I could see him play running back again’: DT Khalen Saunders was a dual-threat phenomenon 70 ‘A perfect situation for me’: Sixth-round pick Darwin Thompson’s versatility a good fit in Chiefs’ offense 75 After years as a backup, Damien Williams begins new chapter as the Chiefs’ lead running back 78 After three years of pain, Chiefs’ Travis Kelce says ankle is finally ‘100 percent’ 81 Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce attends wedding of deserving fans 84 Mahomes launches ’15 and the Mahomies’ charity on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Monday 86 Byron Pringle is staying positive as ever, even as he fights for a Chiefs roster spot 88 Darwin Thompson just wanted to run into something. He did… the end zone 92

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(Team) An Underrated Star, Jamaal Charles Retires With The Chiefs Jeff Fedotin May 1, 2019 Forbes

Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles, who signed a one-day contract to officially retire as a member of the Chiefs, is one of the more underrated running backs of all time. Among running backs, only Marion Motley (5.7) has a higher yards per rushing attempt average than Charles’ 5.4. That tops both Jim Brown (5.2) and Barry Sanders (5.0), who many consider as the greatest running backs of all time. And some statisticians exclude Motley because he had fewer than 1,000 carries. Charles’ numbers speak for themselves, but offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz — whose brother, Mitchell, still starts for Kansas City — blocked for Charles in 2013 while starting seven games and gave further credence to Charles’ value. "Jamaal Charles is so underrated," Schwartz posted via Twitter in April. "He was on some bad teams and then got hurt. He was amazing." The all-time leader in rushing yardage for Kansas City, Charles played from 2008 to 2016 with the Chiefs, rushing for 7,260 yards and 43 touchdowns. He played two more seasons — one with the Denver Broncos in 2017 and one with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2018. “After 25 years of playing this sport I love so much, and 11 years in the NFL,” Charles said via an Instagram post. “I’m officially hanging up my cleats for the last time today.”

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(Team) Derrick Johnson signs contract to retire with Chiefs Herbie Teope May 2, 2019 NFL

Another Kansas City Chiefs legend not with a team will end his career as a member of the team. Middle linebacker Derrick Johnson signed a one-day contract with the Chiefs and will retire, the team announced. ESPN's Adam Teicher first reported the news. Johnson's decision comes one day after his former teammate, running back Jamaal Charles, signed a one-day contract and retired. The 36-year-old Johnson entered the league in 2005 as a first-round pick (15th overall) with the Chiefs, and went on to enjoy a productive career in Kansas City as the heart and soul of the defense before his release in March 2018. Johnson then joined the Oakland Raiders, but played in just six games before the Raiders cut him loose. He finishes his career as the Chiefs' all-time leader in tacklers (1,151), while adding 14 interceptions, 27.5 sacks and 40 quarterback hits. Johnson was a first-team All-Pro selection in 2010 and a four-time Pro Bowler (2011-13, 2015).

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(Team) Receiver Dwayne Bowe latest to sign one-day deal to retire with Kansas City Chiefs Blair Kerkhoff May 16, 2019 KC Star

Dwayne Bowe is the latest player to sign a one-day contract with the Chiefs and retire from professional football. Bowe hadn’t played since finishing his career with the Cleveland Browns in 2015. He had spent his first eight NFL years with the Chiefs, and his 532 career receptions are the most by a Chiefs wide receiver. He ranks second on the team’s reception list behind tight end Tony Gonzalez (916). The Chiefs’ first-round draft pick, 23rd overall, from LSU in 2007, Bowe started immediately and was a member of the NFL All-Rookie team after a 70-reception year. He logged a career best 86 receptions in 2008 and his 15 receiving touchdowns topped the NFL in 2010, when he was selected to the Pro Bowl. Bowe recorded 44 receiving touchdowns in his Chiefs career and had at least one in seven straight games in 2010. His 7,155 career receiving yards rank third in club history. Bowe played on playoff teams in 2010 and 2013, and caught eight passes with a touchdown in the Chiefs’ loss to the Colts in 2013. He appeared in 118 games for the Chiefs. During Bowe’s tenure, nine different quarterbacks started at least one game: Damon Huard, Brodie Croyle, Tyler Thigpen, Matt Cassel, Tyler Palko, Kyle Orton, Brady Quinn, Alex Smith and Chase Daniel. Bowe follows former teammates Jamaal Charles and Derrick Johnson as former players to return to the team for a one-day contract signing and retirement this offseason.

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CHIEFSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; CAREER LEADERS Receptions 916 Tony Gonzalez 532 Dwayne Bowe 416 Henry Marshall Receiving yards 10,940 Tony Gonzalez 7,306 Otis Taylor 7,155 Dwayne Bowe

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(Team) The Chiefs Official Podcast Network to Deliver Exclusive Content, Behind-the-Scenes Access and a Perspective Unlike Any Other Matt McMullen May 31, 2019 Chiefs.com

For those that live, eat and breathe Kansas City Chiefs’ football, there’s a new podcast network hitting the airwaves made just for you. It’s The Chiefs Official Podcast Network – a medium dedicated to providing fans with exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes anecdotes and the latest in Chiefs’ news directly from the source. The Network - which is available on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, YouTubeand here on Chiefs.com - is simply one-of-a-kind when it comes to talking Chiefs. “Podcasts are one of the fastest-growing mediums in sports right now, and we want to be a part of it,” said Chiefs Reporter BJ Kissel, who will host the Network’s flagship show titled “In the Trenches.” “It’s our job to deliver the best content we can to those that love this football team, and this is just another way to do that.” Podcasts reach millions on a daily basis – including those right here in Chiefs Kingdom – and it’s an area the Chiefs are ready to make their presence felt. “The media landscape is always changing and evolving, and we know that avid fans are looking for content delivered in more ways than ever before,” said Chiefs President Mark Donovan. “We’ve explored podcasts in the past, but believe we now have the technology and structure in place to really deliver unique on-demand content to our fans through The Chiefs Official Podcast Network.” The Network will feature several shows in the future, each of which will offer exclusive content designed for fans in Chiefs Kingdom. This football team means so much to so many, and through The Chiefs Official Podcast Network, fans can immerse themselves in it like never before. From the latest news to captivating stories, the Network has it covered in a way that only the Chiefs can provide. Kissel hosts “In the Trenches” alongside six-year NFL veteran Nick Leckey to kick things off for the Network, bringing together a pair of perspectives unlike any other. Nobody who covers the Chiefs is around the team more than Kissel, while Leckey knows first-hand what it’s like to experience the grind of an NFL season.

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Together, they provide a vantage point behind-the-scenes that’s unmatched in the current market while also having plenty of fun along the way. “We’re going to break down what everyone is talking about and hit all the big stories, but most of all, we’re going to have a good time,” Kissel said. “I’ll bring the perspective of a guy who’s around this team every day while Nick brings some insight into what it takes to be a professional athlete.” Leckey, who was an All-American offensive lineman at Kansas State, suited up for the Arizona Cardinals, St. Louis Rams and New Orleans Saints during his career from 2004-09. He appeared in 65 games (32 starts) in that time, winning a championship with the Saints in 2009. He retired on top following the Saints’ Super Bowl run and now lives in Kansas City. “As a player, I understand that you have to hold back some information when you’re talking. You can’t give everything away. Now that I’m retired, I can open up,” Leckey said. “We want to show the thought-process behind things and talk about the human element – like an under the helmet look at the game - because I’ve been there and I’ve done that.” That experience made Leckey a natural fit to join Kissel on the airwaves when coupled with the fact that these guys go way back. Both K-State alums, the duo first met in person several years ago after coming across each other on Twitter. They’ve kept in touch ever since, talking about football and life in general on their own time. Now, they’re just recording those conversations. “We each bring something different. When I was playing, I always wanted to bring home stories to my friends. BJ is really good at extracting those, and now I can tell them,” Leckey said. “He can also answer the questions like, ‘What does a player do on a Tuesday or what’s it like to travel?’ I think that’s really cool. Altogether, we’re basically offering a peek behind the curtain.” “In the Trenches” is available now and will run on a bi-weekly basis up until training camp, when it will post weekly. When there’s news in Chiefs Kingdom, Kissel and Leckey will have something to say about it. And that’s’ just the beginning. While “In the Trenches” will serve as the Network’s flagship show, there will be additional programming added as the 2019 season inches closer. It’s all yet another example of the Chiefs’ desire to provide the very best content in the league. Catch “In the Trenches” on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, YouTube and Chiefs.com.

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(Team) Cheers and Confetti Fill Union Station as Kansas City Earns Bid to Host 2023 NFL Draft Matt McMullen May 23, 2019 Chiefs.com

Confetti rained down as some of Kansas City’s most-influential decision-makers shook hands and exchanged congratulations on Thursday morning at Union Station. After years of tireless work and collaboration between numerous groups, what began as a hopeful idea had finally transformed into a concrete reality. The 2023 NFL Draft is headed to Kansas City. “Great news like this shows what this city can be and what it’s becoming,” said Kansas City Mayor Sly James at Thursday’s press conference. “Make no mistake, this will be one of the biggest events in the history of this city.” James was in attendance on Thursday alongside Kansas City Sports Commission President & CEO Kathy Nelson, Chiefs President Mark Donovan, City Planner Troy Schulte, Union Station President & CEO George Guastello and 2023 NFL Draft Local Organizing Committee Co-Chair Greg Graves – each of whom played a critical role in the bidding process and will continue to do so as preparations for the event get underway. “Lamar [Hunt] is looking down and smiling right now,” Donovan said, referencing the Chiefs legendary founder. “He would be proud of the impact this franchise has on this region, all of the cooperation between this city and this franchise, and all of the support from Chiefs Kingdom, which makes things like this possible.” Fittingly, the news came on the 56th anniversary of Hunt’s initial announcement to move the Dallas Texans to Kansas City back in 1963. All these years later, Kansas City will host the marquee event of the NFL offseason and the second-biggest event on the league’s calendar overall. In fact, 47.5 million viewers tuned into the Draft just last year. It’s a mammoth event, drawing the attention of more than 115 nations around the world. “This is an enormous opportunity for all of us,” Donovan added. “We are so excited to be a part of it.” Of course, earning the right to host an event of this magnitude isn’t easy. It took vision, exhaustive research, seamless collaboration, endless hours of work and numerous bids to make this happen. What began as an initial inquiry back in 2015 led to formal bids that fell just short a few years later, but the group’s unwavering persistence ultimately paid off this week. 8


“We know that Kansas City will be a successful host city,” Nelson said. “We are accessible to people from all four corners of the country. We have deep, historic cultural roots and great food and entertainment options, [not to mention] our passionate Chiefs Kingdom fanbase. We know we will create memories for fans of all teams as they enjoy a massive, free football festival, and we’ll work with the NFL to make sure we create lifelong memories for the draft prospects and their families.” The Draft was held in New York City from 1965 until 2014 before moving to Chicago for two years from 2015-16. Philadelphia, Dallas and Nashville have all held the event since, with the latter attracting hundreds of thousands of fans just a few weeks ago while generating more than $200 million in estimated economic impact. “We expect thousands of hotel rooms to be booked more than a year out,” Nelson said. “Restaurants, bars, transportation, retail and local Kansas City attractions can all expect a major lift in business during draft week.” Steve Sanders And while the three-day event is still four years away, the preparation will get started immediately. “We will watch and learn from [the other cities in the coming years] and the NFL Events team will continue to work with us, our planning committee and city leaders on the details surrounding such a massive event,” Nelson said. “Leading up to the 2023 Draft, we’ll finalize the exact dates and the final location of the Draft stage and fan experiences, knowing that Union Station and the National World War I Museum and Memorial will be our focus for the backdrop.” That planning began as an idea all those years ago – a desire to thrust Kansas City onto the national stage in a way it has never been featured before – and as of this week, it’s set to become a reality. “I am beyond exhausted, but I am also beyond excited and beyond proud,” Nelson said. “Kansas City is the home of the 2023 NFL Draft.”

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(Team) Chiefs to Play in Top Prime-Time Game of the Season According to NFL.com Matt McMullen April 18, 2019 Chiefs.com

The 2019 NFL schedule dropped on Wednesday night, finally providing fans with a look at game-times, dates and - of course - the prime-time slate. And, for a second year in a row, the Kansas City Chiefs will spend plenty of time in the national spotlight. In fact, the Chiefs’ five prime-time matchups are tied for the most in the league, and they’re same good ones. NFL.com analyst Adam Schein ranked the top-nine prime-time matchups on the league schedule on Wednesday, and Kansas City was in four of them. Here’s a look at each of those games along with Schein’s commentary: No. 8 – Week 11, Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers (Mexico City) on Monday Night Football “Mahomes had six touchdowns and zero interceptions in his two games against the Bolts last season, though the teams did split the series. Philip Rivers vs. the Chiefs will be fun. Just like last year. Just like always.” Indeed, this one should be fun. The Chiefs edged the Chargers for the AFC West crown last season after both teams finished the 2019 campaign with conference-best 12-4 records, and odds are the two teams will be battling for the division crown yet again next year. Fans interested in traveling to see the Chiefs in Mexico City can check out PrimeSport travel packages by clicking here. No. 7 – Week 5, Chiefs vs. Indianapolis Colts on Sunday Night Football “It wouldn't shock me if this turned out to be a preview of the AFC Championship Game. And the rematch from last year's Divisional Round -- a game K.C. won handily, 31-13 -- will be spicy. Mahomes hosting Andrew Luck is a fantastic battle of quarterbacks who ooze talent and smarts.” The Chiefs’ first prime-time matchup of the season features a Colts’ team on the rise as Kansas City looks to continue its stellar record at Arrowhead Stadium since 2014. In fact, the Chiefs’ 34 regular-season victories at home over the last five years are the second-most in the NFL. No. 5 – Week 16, Chiefs at Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football 10


“Are you the type who just can't wait to open your Christmas gifts? Well, here's an early present to all football fans, a few days before Santa comes down the chimney...The unstoppable offense vs. the immovable defense. Mahomes vs. Mack in a potential Super Bowl preview during the regular season's penultimate week. Am I greedy if I ask for snow? I want snow!” This late-season matchup also pits the teacher against the pupil as Chiefs’ Head Coach Andy Reid faces Bears’ Head Coach Matt Nagy for the first time in the regular season. Nagy spent his entire professional coaching career under Reid before joining Chicago prior to last season. No. 1 – Week 8, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football “This is why you love football. This is why you love sports. Aaron Rodgers against Patrick Mahomes for the first time. Arguably the most talented quarterback ever against the quarterback who could eventually challenge him for that title. MVP past vs. MVP present. “Add in the insane energy of a night game in Arrowhead? Nothing more needs to be said about this game. Just get me to October 27th. NOW!” Schein said it best – this one speaks for itself. Arrowhead will be rocking. For fans interested in purchasing tickets to either of the Chiefs’ prime-time matchups at Arrowhead, click here for more information.

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(Team) Former Chiefs great Tony G: From bullied kid to Hall of Famer who speaks his mind Vahe Gregorian July 28, 2019 KC Star

Grazing on a bowl of nuts and dried fruits at a table in his palatial home one day in June, Tony Gonzalez contemplated his ascension into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and what he plans to say about it on Saturday in Canton, Ohio. “I don’t have a speech written out: I’m not that guy, I never will be,” said Gonzalez, the first tight end named to the Hall in his first year of eligibility. “I like to just talk and whatever comes out, comes out.” No doubt his words will be eloquent and inspiring, particularly based on what he shared about three key pivot points from his humble and tentative roots to greatness on the field — not to mention prosperity and fulfillment today as a TV analyst, husband, father, motivational speaker, voracious reader and world traveler. Also could be that some of his words will rankle, as Gonzalez long has been prone to do by spontaneously speaking his mind. Influenced as he might be by such books as “Zen Reflections” and “The Book of Joy,” Gonzalez in recent years also has strived to be less a conformist and pleaser in the spirit of another book on his shelf: “The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck.” The downside of that enlightenment, of course, is how others might interpret it. That brings us to the subtle difference in how the Chiefs and their fans seem to be processing the simultaneous inductions of Gonzalez and safety Johnny Robinson, each of whom made their names in 12 years as Chiefs and refined, if not redefined, the positions they played. And yet … 12


“I would tell you that the Johnny celebration is going to be a little different than the Tony celebration,” Chiefs president Mark Donovan said Friday. “But they’re both going to be fun.” While adding “we’ll always think (Gonzalez) is a Chief,” Donovan didn’t elaborate on the distinction. Robinson is as pure and original a Chief as there can be, drafted in the franchise’s first season, 1960, as the Dallas Texans, never playing elsewhere and becoming a key element in their pinnacle of triumph in Super Bowl IV in 1970. That’s all in contrast to Gonzalez: Seeking to play in a Super Bowl as he was aging and the Chiefs were in need of repair, Gonzalez requested a trade and played his last five seasons in Atlanta. If that perceived affront to KC had faded, it was rekindled when he gushed over Atlanta when he was named to the Hall of Fame in Atlanta and was speaking with an Atlanta media outlet. Never mind that he also said he was proud to be a Chief that day. When I wrote a few weeks ago that Chiefs fans might want to chill and enjoy this moment with an amazing player, the reaction was mixed. But Donovan was right when he said anyone who played for more than one team is “in a tough spot, right? You’ve got to take care of all the fans.” So we’ll say it again: Chiefs fans can hold whatever grudge they want. But what a waste not to embrace this ride with Gonzalez, who loved Kansas City — the bedrock of a career in which he amassed the second-most receptions in NFL history (1,325, including 916 with the Chiefs). “Mind-blowing numbers,” said former Chiefs quarterback Trent Green, adding, “Tony was the superstar of the town … He was that guy.” A man of “high integrity and character who always carried himself that way,” former teammate and receiver Eddie Kennison called him. Noting his fiendish work ethic, Kennison added, “He wasn’t one of those guys to take a knee when it wasn’t his turn.”

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In fact, that’s the hinge of Gonzalez’s story and something anyone should savor. Despite his genetic gifts, his story is about a crusade and the example of how he navigated three turns that will dominate his Hall of Fame speech. “Don’t ever think that you just show up and this happens,” he said. “The hardest things in my life have made me who I am.” BULLY PULPIT Many of Gonzalez’s early memories are of his family on welfare and moving around near Los Angeles as his single mother, Judy, toiled at a nursing home and became the strongest person he knows. By the time he moved to Huntington Beach, a second-rate skateboard became his main transportation, and basketball and a surfboard from a swap meet his preoccupations. (The surfboard was courtesy of his father, Joe, who contrary to general understanding saw his sons on weekends.) The self-described “goofy, goofy kid” whose mother will tell you he was clumsy never could have envisioned the arc of his life stemming from a game he initially couldn’t stand. He resisted football to the point of simply leaving practices and quitting his Pop Warner team during his second season before his older brother, Chris, ultimately coaxed out a love for the game. But that wouldn’t have happened if not for Gonzalez facing his nemesis: a boy a year older who routinely threatened and bullied him when Gonzalez was in eighth grade. Another bully joined in later, and together they once compelled him to run into his house yelling “Nooooo!” Which promptly led to kids at school yelling “Nooooo!” to make fun of him. He felt like a “loner, nerd, outcast, with no friends hardly.” And a coward. “But my philosophy back then was it’s better to be a live chicken than a dead duck,” he said. Until his eighth-grade graduation.

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While others celebrated, Gonzalez shuddered at seeing his main agitator and hid behind a wall, where his family found him. “My mom didn’t even say anything. She just looked at me with the eyes of disappointment,” he said. “My brother mouthed the words, ‘What are you doing?’ They were both disgusted by me.” And that, he said, was it. “One minute Tony was this way,” he said, snapping his fingers. “And this next minute it’s this way. It just changed me forever.” The next time he remembered seeing his prime tormentor was his junior year of high school, when Gonzalez had grown into an athletic 6-foot-3 or 6-4 frame. “Now I’m looking down on him,” Gonzalez said. “I just looked at him and smiled.” All these years later, he remembers his name (Curtis Parker) and wonders if Parker remembers his. “I should thank him,” he said. “It was the best thing that ever happened to me.” With a certain lasting impact: Even conceding he could have chosen his words better when he said, “It made my career to come to Atlanta,” Gonzalez bristled at what he considered an overreaction in Kansas City and said no one was going to “bully me … into thinking I did something wrong.” ‘IT’S ALL UP TO ME’ During his sophomore year as a two-sport athlete at the University of California in Berkeley, Gonzalez’s 10 catches for 150 yards were offset by a fumble in Cal’s 29-24 loss to rival Stanford. He cried uncontrollably after the game and vowed never to fumble again. (In fact, he fumbled just six times in his NFL career and only once in his final 15 seasons.) But the results came only after deeper soul-searching alone one night in the Berkeley Hills watching planes take off from Oakland.

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He thought about how he was squandering his life by doing “what most lost college students do — partying and partaking in every activity you could think of and not really going to class that much.” He gazed at the planes and pictured where they were going, envisioning himself on various flights. One could be taking him home “with nothing to do — no career, no degree, no nothing, and forget about pro sports.” Or, he thought, “I can be on that plane going somewhere great, somewhere exotic … It’s all up to me.” Literally the next day, he said, snapping his fingers once more, his partying days were behind him and his workouts urgent. “Cold-turkey everything,” he said. “My life radically changed.” He became an All-America football player the next season, helped Cal to a Sweet 16 berth in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament and was drafted 13th overall by the Chiefs when president and general manager Carl Peterson traded up to get him. But the ultimate change was yet to come. RESOLVING TO BE GREAT As a Chiefs reserve his rookie year, Gonzalez showed promise. But it was the failures of 1998 that proved vital in all to come next: Gonzalez had 59 catches … but dropped 16 passes. Tony Gonzalez spent 12 mostly stellar seasons in KC before being traded to Atlanta. He made the Pro Bowl a total of 14 times during his career. KC STAR FILE PHOTO He remembers being benched and booed at home. His brother, from whom he became estranged after his football career, sent him a letter simply saying, “I don’t know who you are out there, but that ain’t the Tony I’ve seen. You are playing scared.” “Best thing that ever happened to me. It was like a huge wakeup call,” he said. “Once again, you have a choice: I can do this and get beaten down by it, or I can change it and say I’ll never go through that again.

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“And in the process of saying I’ll never go through that again, I better learn how not to ever go through that again.” On team charters, Gonzalez immersed himself in motivational books (he has hundreds now) and morphed into obsessiveness. From a book on Vince Lombardi, he was struck by the realization that “You’ll never be better than anybody else, consistently, if you’re doing what everybody else is doing.” So he resolved to catch more practice passes than anyone ever. Maybe it was a million over his lifetime, he reckons, which would mean approximately 755 for every one of his 1,325 career receptions. He’d try to get 100 catches before practice and then more on the sideline while others were taking a knee. After practice, in pads with helmet on and mouthpiece in, he’d look for 100-200 more. “He was different,” Peterson said. “He really, really wanted to be the very, very best, the very, very best that he could be.” That zealous preparation naturally enhanced his skill-set. But it also changed a fragile mindset that might mean one drop would lead to another, to thinking “don’t drop it,” instead of, “It’s mine.” Some might apply another meaning to that phrase — that Gonzalez was more consumed with himself than the team. But Green scoffed at that, saying that even if he wished Gonzalez hadn’t lamented the change from a West Coast offense under Dick Vermeil, it never mattered “eye-to-eye” in the huddle or in Gonzalez’s habits — including trying to become a better blocker. In 2008, though, Gonzalez found himself in the crosshairs of some Chiefs fans. Peterson was on the verge of indulging Gonzalez’s trade request when, for reasons that depend on one’s perspective, the prospective deals fell through. “He was very angry that I didn’t do it,” Peterson recalled. “I said, ‘Tony, you’re too valuable to this organization.’ ”

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With his request and disappointment publicly known, Gonzalez incurred the ire of fans even as he enjoyed one of his best seasons: 96 receptions, 10 touchdowns and 1,058 yards. Today, Gonzalez, who has an ongoing relationship with Peterson, looks back and thinks, “I probably wouldn’t have let me go, either.” But when Scott Pioli succeeded Peterson in 2009, he traded Gonzalez to Atlanta for a secondround pick. Gonzalez found more success in Atlanta, but he remains most distinguished by his time in Kansas City. He still hold numerous position and Chiefs records and notably is second only to Hall of Famer Will Shields in career starts for the Chiefs (223-174) after missing just two games from 1998-2008. All of which helps explain why Peterson remains proud he held the line and wasn’t responsible for Gonzalez leaving. And why Kansas City fans might go ahead and appreciate that Gonzalez is foremost a Chief … however it all comes out on Saturday.

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(Team) Changes in Chiefs’ camp over ten-year period Bailey Ketcham August 8, 2019 News-Press Now

The Chiefs’ training camp has now been at Missouri Western State University’s campus for 10 years. In those years, many aspects have changed and some have stayed the same. When it was first decided that camp was coming to Western, the university’s administration had about a year to figure out the logistics and how they wanted the camp to look before the summer of 2010. Brett Esley, Western associate athletic director, says they’ve had to add a lot in order to be a quality place for camp to take place. The Griffon Indoor Sports Complex and grass practice fields were constructed before camp began. After a few years of camp, the renovation of the entire Spratt Stadium took place to create a better atmosphere. “None of this was here before camp, which is unique to a lot of other training camps that take place on college campuses,” Esley said. “In most cases, the infrastructure was already there and the NFL team has to adapt to that.” Another change to camp is the practice style. The Chiefs’ used to practice twice a day, giving more opportunities for fans to see the team. In 2011 the NFL collective bargaining agreement changed that, meaning teams could only practice once a day. “In the first three years they would have night practices in Spratt Stadium, which is not the case anymore,” Esley said. “Those practices were always some of the highest attended.”

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In the past it was common for NFL teams to train against another team during camp. This only happened once during the 10 years, when the Arizona Cardinals came and trained against the Chiefs for a practice. One of the constants throughout the years, Esley said, is the stream of fans coming to camp. “Year one has always been our record year in attendance with 66,000,” Esley said. “There were more chances for fans to come see the Chiefs in a practice setting in that year, that attendance was going to be hard to beat.” However, with the Chiefs’ coming off of three AFC West Championships in a row and an MVP quarterback in Patrick Mahomes II, the attendance still remains high at camp today. Esley says Western is fortunate to have had the Chiefs here for all 10 years and is thankful for how they’ve helped the campus evolve.

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(Clark Hunt) Chiefs Chairman & CEO Clark Hunt Named Chairman of the NFL’s Finance Committee Matt McMullen February 14, 2019 Chiefs.com

Kansas City Chiefs Chairman & CEO Clark Hunt is accepting a new responsibility with the NFL. Hunt was named the new chairman of the NFL’s Finance Committee this week, replacing the late Bob McNair, who passed away in November. The influential committee oversees the league’s economic decision-making and is considered one of the NFL’s most prominent groups. A member of the committee for seven years, Hunt will now chair the group that includes fellow owners Arthur Blank (Atlanta Falcons), Joel Glazer (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Jim Irsay (Indianapolis Colts), Shad Khan (Jacksonville Jaguars), Robert Kraft (New England Patriots), Jeffrey Lurie (Philadelphia Eagles) and Steve Ross (Miami Dolphins). Hunt will remain on the International Committee with Glazer taking over as chairman. Hunt is also a member of the league’s Digital Media, Conduct, and Management Council Executive committees. As Chairman of the International Committee for the past eight years, Hunt oversaw the expansion of the league’s International Series from one annual game in London to five games scheduled to take place between London and Mexico City next season. The NFL has utilized iconic Wembley Stadium and Twickenham Stadium in London as part of the International Series and, to further facilitate international contests across the pond, the league partnered with Tottenham Hotspur of the English Premier League on the development of a new, dual-sport stadium that will feature an artificial surface for NFL games and a retractable, natural grass surface for soccer matches. In total, 24 games featuring 30 teams have taken place in London since the first contest back in 2007, while two games have occurred in Mexico City at historic Estadio Azteca. Kansas City has been right in the middle of that growing international footprint, as the Chiefs played a regular-season game in London in 2015 and will venture beyond our nation’s borders once again next season to play in Mexico City. The sport’s popularity has grown on the global scale under Hunt’s leadership, and it’s one of the many reasons that have earned him a new post with the league. 21


(Clark Hunt) Chiefs’ Players, Alumni and Staff Kick Off NFL Huddle for 100 Campaign with Service Activity at Local School Matt McMullen June 19, 2019 Chiefs.com

They painted the railings, applied new decals to the football helmets and shared some major news on Monday afternoon as Kansas City Chiefs Chairman & CEO Clark Hunt, the entire rookie class, Cheerleaders and dozens of staff members joined the “NFL Huddle for 100” campaign at nearby Lincoln College Prep. The event launched the Chiefs’ participation in the league-wide initiative, which hopes to inspire every fan to contribute 100 minutes of community service this year in honor of the NFL’s centennial season. “It’s important for us as an organization throughout the year to get out and give back to the community that has given us so much,” Hunt said. “Today was a chance for us to beautify the campus, to help the football coach put some stickers on their helmets and to have a good time making a contribution to the community.” And that was just the beginning. Following the service activity, Hunt announced that the Chiefs – in partnership with the NFL Foundation, LISC and Kansas City Public Schools – were providing Lincoln College Prep with a $250,000 “Grassroots grant” to build a new football field at the school that fittingly will sit near the site of old Municipal Stadium, where the Chiefs played from 1963-71. The new field will be complete this fall just in time for Lincoln College Prep’s homecoming and Chiefs Legends Weekend, which will invite the greatest players in franchise history - many of whom played at Municipal Stadium - back to Kansas City. “What we always try to say to the community is that we’re all a part of this. As an organization, from [Founder Lamar Hunt] early on - he made it imperative that we give back to this community,” said Chiefs President Mark Donovan. “To give back in a way that provides an opportunity for more kids to play our game is really impactful, and to tie that into a weekend where we celebrate the greatest of the greatest in Chiefs’ history and to do it on the site of Municipal Stadium, it just all ties together so well.”

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The Chiefs also unveiled a new historical marker for the site that will sit at the corner of 22nd and Brooklyn this fall in an effort to celebrate an integral part of the franchise’s history, but the rookies in attendance were just as focused on the future. After the cameras had left and much of the staff had returned to One Arrowhead Drive, the players each took the time to introduce themselves to Lincoln College Prep’s football team. They shared their stories, lent some advice and provided insight into what helped them reach the highest level. “It’s just really beneficial for the kids to see these guys out in the community,” said Lincoln College Prep Head Coach William Lowe. “The Chiefs have been really involved with our program over the last few years, and for our kids to see the Chiefs out here doing things like this up close means a lot to them.” And the campaign is just getting started. Fans are encouraged to join the initiative by volunteering and logging their participation with the hashtag #ChiefsHuddlefor100 on Twitter. It’s all just another chance to demonstrate the special relationship between this community and its football team. To learn more about the NFL Huddle for 100 campaign, click here.

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(Steve Spagnuolo) A builder and his foundation: Steve Spagnuolo uses the Chiefs’ OTA practices to cultivate defensive unity Nate Taylor May 30, 2019 The Athletic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Some reconstruction projects need to start with the foundation. Steve Spagnuolo knows this. Six voluntary practices are all Spagnuolo has after Thursday, which ended the second week of organized team activities for the Kansas City Chiefs. Spagnuolo, the Chiefs’ new defensive coordinator, didn’t waste time during Thursday’s practice, which was open to reporters. Every period for the defense featured Spagnuolo’s detailed approach. He kept his usual single pencil behind his right ear, grabbing it often after a drill to write down a note or check off a task related to building the foundation of his defense. Spagnuolo kept moving. He rotated from the secondary’s drill on technique to the linebackers’ drill on footwork to the defensive linemen’s hand placement after the snap of the ball. Consider next week, the Chiefs’ final practices before their mandatory minicamp in two weeks, to be Spagnuolo’s last chance to ensure that every defender passes his midterm exam. The team’s mandatory minicamp will be the start of his advanced courses. “We haven’t put a shoulder pad on,” Spagnuolo said. “Luckily, (the NFL) let us put helmets on. Otherwise, we’d still be doing all those pajama practices we were doing earlier. It’s a long process. It’s been all about building a foundation of fundamentals, communication and believing in the system. It doesn’t take a lot of talent to communicate and get aligned.” Perhaps the period Spagnuolo enjoyed most during Thursday’s practice wasn’t when the team scrimmaged. Instead, it was earlier, when he directed the defense as the metaphorical opposing quarterback. Under center or in the shotgun, Spagnuolo called out the offense’s formation. With the help of younger defenders, who played the roles of offensive skill position players, Spagnuolo wanted to see how his projected starters communicated in adjusting toward their proper alignment. Spagnuolo then increased the speed of the drill. What happens in nickel coverage if a receiver motions across the formation? What word does the defense shout once the offense goes into a trips formation? How fast can one subpackage replace another if the offense is in no-huddle? “I can see things in front of me like the quarterback sees it, plus I have a little bit of fun,” Spagnuolo said. “I can make myself feel young in some ways. I’ve seen a lot of things, and those particular periods during practice are all mental. I’m looking to see how fast they can think. If I can keep it going fast, they think a little faster and hopefully, it carries over into the game.”

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But Spagnuolo is quick to mention that his comfort level at this point in the offseason is a credit to the work of his assistants, the men he persuaded in February to work with him again. Defensive backs assistant Sam Madison, a former cornerback who played under Spagnuolo with the New York Giants, barked instructions throughout practice, always finding a way for the secondary to improve. Linebackers assistant Matt House has been a calm teacher. Brendan Daly, the defensive line assistant, is a vocal motivator. “The energy within the defense, from what I’ve seen, everybody is excited,” outside linebacker Darron Lee said last week. “But everyone is patient. That’s what you like to see out of a new group of guys. I heard about (Spagnuolo) when he was with the Giants, and seeing him even as I was growing up as a kid, he’s being patient with me.” At this stage, nothing from the defense is perfect. Yet defensive end Frank Clark has relished the opportunity to learn from Spagnuolo and his assistants. Clark, a star defender known for his passion, has already been influenced by the passion of his new coaches. “They want to win,” Clark said last week. “Their mindset is just winning and competition and getting better. I feel like those are steps to where you want to become as a franchise, specifically on defense.” All coordinators, especially when they are installing a new system, must have the support and faith of their star players. The two players Spagnuolo called his leaders Thursday were Clark and safety Tyrann Mathieu, the Chiefs’ biggest acquisitions this offseason. Beyond their study habits, Clark and Mathieu have impressed Spagnuolo with how they finish their repetitions. Spagnuolo has seen how prideful Clark and Mathieu are about their craft. In last week’s open practice, Clark surprised quarterback Patrick Mahomes with his intelligence and athleticism. In Thursday’s practice, Mathieu frustrated Mahomes by recording pass breakups on consecutive snaps during the team’s seven-on-seven scrimmage. “Sometimes, it’s really difficult in free agency in this league to find out the intangible thing, the things you can’t see on film,” Spagnuolo said of Clark and Mathieu. “You’ve got to dig deep. (General manager) Brett (Veach) and his staff did a great job, and we knew what we were getting. We haven’t played a game yet, but from a standpoint 0f practice and how hard they work, it’s been really, really good.” A talented rookie has already captivated Spagnuolo, too. For the first time since the NFL Draft, Spagnuolo revealed Thursday that he was seriously intrigued by safety Juan Thornhill during the Senior Bowl, the pre-draft event in January. Thornhill was the first defender the Chiefs selected in the draft, bringing him in with the 63rd overall pick in the second round. Thornhill has performed better than expected. He played several snaps Thursday alongside Mathieu during the team’s full scrimmage. “He’s been a guy that’s picked up things pretty good,” Spagnuolo said of Thornhill. “I like the way he plays, and I complimented him in a unit meeting the other day. I put a clip on of where I saw him bursting to the football, which is really important in what we’re doing. So far so good.” With Spagnuolo’s praise of the defense’s excellent execution or its proper adjustment also comes his responsibility to correct a mistake when one occurs. The consistency Spagnuolo seeks has yet to arrive. He has responded with consistency in another way: by giving face-toface attention to his players.

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“If you have a teaching moment and you have an opportunity to teach them something, then I think it just sinks in a little bit more if it’s one-to-one than trying to yell over the music (from a distance),” Spagnuolo said. “I’ve kind of always done it like that.”

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(Mecole Hardman) Before this Chiefs rookie bought Mom a house, he nursed her through brain-tumor scare Brooke Pryor July 28, 2019 KC Star

From the time he was a kid, Mecole Hardman promised his parents heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d buy them anything he could when he became a professional football player. Houses, Range Rovers, anything and everything to show his appreciation for their support. Hardmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first opportunity to fulfill that promise came when the Chiefs selected him with the No. 56 overall draft pick earlier this year. Wooed by his speed and his prospects as a returner, the Chiefs traded up in the second round to nab the University of Georgia wide receiver.. Finally, Hardman had the resources to make a grand gesture. Just a couple weeks before training camp he presented Danyell Hardman with the keys to a new home. He announced his big purchase with a tweet and a video, one that now has over a million views on Twitter. In his tweet, Mecole said it was his turn to take care of his mom now. But the truth is Hardman started helping his mom long before he unveiled her new home. Six years ago, doctors removed a tumor the size of an apple from Danyellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s brain. The pair had a close relationship before the tumor and the surgeries, but that ordeal formed an unbreakable bond between mother and son.

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“That’s when he became a mama’s boy,” Danyell said. “Because he was never a mama’s boy. He was always up under his daddy. He was a daddy’s boy 24/7. I think after that, that’s when he really became a mama’s boy.” AN UNEXPECTED DIAGNOSIS Danyell Hardman bent down to square her putter with the ball on a stretch of green turf in Greenville, South Carolina. It was March 2013, and the family had traveled about an hour to celebrate Mecole’s 15th birthday with a couple rounds of putt-putt. As she looked down to swing, Danyell felt something was wrong. She was overcome with dizziness, her sense of smell altered. This was different from the headaches that had plagued her for the better part of two years, diagnosed by the doctors as chronic sinus infections. “I think when you have headaches so long, you get used to the pain,” she said. “And that’s what happened. I got so accustomed to it that I just was dealing with it.” The episode at the putt-putt course convinced her to see a doctor again. This time, the diagnosis wasn’t a sinus infection. It was a meningioma, a rare, slow-growing benign tumor located near the middle of her head. The first time it showed up on a CAT scan, Danyell’s tumor looked to be the size of a golf ball. An MRI showed it might be a little bigger, changing the doctors’ initial plans to remove it through her nose. But when surgeons opened Danyell’s head in May 2013, they were shocked at what they saw. The tumor was the size of an apple, so large it was pushing her brain against the back of her skull. “They’re not cancerous or anything, but they affect a lot of things, like your sight, sense of smell,” Danyell said. “The doctors didn’t think I’d be able to see again or smell again. It caused me to have a couple of seizures.” 28


The removal process took multiple surgeries, including one in July 2013 to replace the part of her skull removed in the initial surgery. She had to wait months for the swelling in her brain to go down to have the second surgery. Mecole was right by her side, comforting his mom throughout the surgeries and keeping her company in the hospital. “When you go through a situation like that, it’s kind of hard because you’re thinking about all the worst thing that can happen,” Mecole said. “It’s hard to think positive in situations like that. But all I remember, just hoping she’d get better and hope she’d be OK.” The experience also led to Mecole choosing Georgia over other suitors to stay close to his mom. “He did not want to leave,” Danyell said. “I think that put a different aspect of life to work harder for something when I went through all of that.” Avoiding doctors’ worst fears about potential permanent damage to her senses, Danyell felt her recovery was speeding along. She felt so good after the July skull surgery, she stopped taking her anti-seizure medication. BECOMING A MAMA’S BOY Danyell remembers waking up in an ambulance. She had been driving back from Athens with her mother in the passenger’s seat after the July surgery when her thoughts became jumbled. Her sentences became nonsensical. Then she got quiet. Her hands gripped the steering wheel and her foot mashed the accelerator. As their car swerved all over the winding road, Danyell’s mother tried desperately to pry her daughter’s hands off the steering wheel. When she couldn’t wrestle the wheel away, she prayed. When Danyell’s mom looked up, the car was on the side of the road with an ambulance behind it.

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Danyell doesn’t remember anything after her thoughts started to run together, and it wasn’t until recently that her mom told her the full story of that afternoon. “I didn’t know who I was for a while, about six hours or so,” Danyell said, describing waking up in the ambulance. She found out later that she had suffered a seizure, one that occurred partly because she stopped taking her medication. Doctors told her to stop driving for three months while her brain continued to heal. That’s when Mecole, new to driving, took over as his mom’s chauffeur. With his siblings off at school and living across the country, Mecole became his mom’s go-to helper. He took her to the grocery store, to work and all over town to run errands. “He helped out a lot,” Danyell said. “He really did because he was really the only one that was here.” Their arrangement was beneficial for both son and mother. He got driving experience and someone to talk to, and she had a way to get where she needed to go. “Driving her around, she had to listen to me a lot,” Mecole said. “It was fun being the bigger person in the situation. I had no problem with it.” The pair were close before Mecole drove Danyell around, but this strengthened their bond even more. A NEW HOME FOR THE HARDMANS The family started looking at new houses around the time Mecole decided he wouldn’t return to Georgia for another year. With 950 receiving yards, 14 total touchdowns and a handful of All-America honors for his kickreturn abilities, Hardman was ready to make the jump to the NFL after his junior season. The first time Mecole’s parents toured their new house, there was another family there looking around, too. They assumed it would be off the market before they could make an offer, so they moved on. 30


But weeks later, Mecole Sr. told his wife that was their house. He just had a feeling. So the couple called the real estate agent back. The house hadn’t been purchased. They took another tour, and the couple agreed it was perfect for their family. Then Mecole told his mom he wanted to wait until his second contract to buy the house and would instead upgrade their family home, doing things like replacing the old carpet. But that was just to throw her off the scent. Danyell didn’t know that behind the scenes, Mecole was purchasing the home and arranging a major surprise for his mom. Shortly before he reported for camp, Mecole loaded his family into a van and told his mom they were going bowling. Just before they reached the house, he slipped a blindfold over her eyes. Not only did Hardman gift his mom the house, he also had another surprise for his dad delivered to the Hardmans’ new home: a 2019 black Dodge Challenger with customized red leather seats. “That’s just been something that he’s always wanted to do as a kid,” Danyell said. “To show his mom and dad that he appreciates everything they’ve done for him.”

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(Darwin Thompson) Height Can’t Measure Heart: Chiefs’ Rookie Tailback Darwin Thompson is Determined to Prove He Belongs Matt McMullen May 5, 2019 Chiefs.com He stands at just five-foot-eight-inches tall, but make no mistake, Kansas City Chiefs’ rookie tailback Darwin Thompson will not be overlooked. After all, he’s been beating the odds his entire life. Picked with the final selection of the sixth round in the 2019 NFL Draft last weekend, Thompson has had to prove himself at every turn – from junior college to his one season at Utah State in 2018 – and even back in high school. “My junior year of high school, the kids told me that I couldn’t be a running back because I was too slow and not big enough. After that year, it just never left me,” said Thompson, who has less than five percent body fat on his 200-pound frame. “Everybody always asks me how I got my trap [muscles]. It was that one year of high school, I just went crazy on the traps and they never left.” Indeed, it only takes a quick glance to notice Thompson’s solid stature. When others questioned his height, he responded the only way he knew how. “I’m five-foot-eight, so I have to make up for my height somewhere, and I do that in the weight room,” Thompson explained. “I think being strong in your lower half and your core is [important]. Look at [Saints’ tailback] Alvin Kamara. You can see some of the things he does as far as training and core work - it just starts in the weight room - and eventually, you have to translate that to the field.” It certainly translated for Thompson, who emerged as a star out of the backfield at Jenks High School in Oklahoma. He watched guys like Adrian Peterson, DeMarco Murray and Marshawn Lynch while emulating the work ethic of his cousin – or his uncle, as Thompson calls him – David Thompson, who played football at Oklahoma State and spent three seasons in the NFL. “If you see my uncle David and you see his body, you’ll see where it comes from,” Thompson said jokingly. But despite earning the praise of the local media in Tulsa, the scholarships didn’t follow suit. He eventually landed at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, and even then – despite Thompson’s constant results - the doubters made their presence known. 32


“Once I got into junior college, people would say I couldn’t do it and this and that or I was too slow,” Thompson recalled. “After that, I really created something where nobody was going to stop me now.” And nobody has. Thompson racked up the second-most rushing yards (2,420) in school history at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M before transferring to Utah State in 2018, where he just did more of the same, rushing for 1,044 yards and 14 touchdowns. He averaged 6.8 yards per carry – the 13th-best mark in the nation – and earned each and every one of them, evading 48 tackles while picking up 765 yards after first contact, per Pro Football Focus. In fact, Thompson’s height has even proven to be an advantage in amassing those eye-popping numbers. “I don’t have much to tackle, so I make a lot of people miss,” Thompson said. “As they say, they can’t tackle me in a phone booth. It’s a blessing in disguise.” It was those overwhelming results – in addition to his chiseled physique – that prompted Kansas City to invite Thompson in for a top-30 visit during the pre-draft process. “You talk about star-struck,” Thompson recalled. “When I met Coach Reid, I was like, ‘Man, this is a Hall of Fame coach.’ Just to be in his system and to see what he’s done with other guys at the running back position, it’s the perfect situation.” And while he had been overlooked at every stage of his career, when the draft rolled around last month, the Chiefs were not about to make the same mistake. “He’s not the biggest guy, but he’s rocked up. He’s 200 pounds and kind of looks like a body builder with his shirt off,” said General Manager Brett Veach last week. “He has great contact balance…it’s really remarkable to see him always keep the ball forward and he’s always finishing runs moving forward. He’s tough and he can do some things out of the backfield. I think Coach Reid and the offensive staff are going to have a lot of fun with him.” Of course, the work has just begun. Thompson is one of 72 players competing in Chiefs’ Rookie Minicamp this weekend with the goal of eventually making Kansas City’s roster come August. That’s no easy task, but if his history has demonstrated anything, Thompson is certainly up for the challenge. And after a lifetime of beating the odds, he’s not alone. “I’ll always keep that chip on my shoulder, but I don’t do it so much for people that doubt me – it’s more for the people that are inspired by me,” Thompson said. “It’s much more than just about me now. I have kids that look up to me from my city, and I’m happy to represent them.”

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(Josh Caldwell) There’s a reason Josh Caldwell feels at home at Chiefs training camp Blair Kerkhoff July 25, 2019 KC Star

Chiefs running back Josh Caldwell owns the home-field advantage at training camp. It’s not only because Caldwell attended Lee’s Summit North High and finished his career at Northwest Missouri State. Those give him familiarity with the Chiefs and their training camp site at Missouri Western State. But in between those teams, Caldwell was a Griffon He spent nearly four years in the Missouri Western program, earning all-MIAA honors as the conference’s leading rusher in 2016, before finishing his career at Northwest Missouri State. He knows every corner of the Chiefs’ summer home, even though the Griffons don’t work on the Chiefs’ twin practice fields (just as the Chiefs don’t practice in Missouri Western’s stadium). “Players ask me where things are, where to go,” Caldwell said. “I’m happy to help.” Caldwell is a longshot to make the Chiefs’ roster, an undrafted free agent who has been working with draft pick Darwin Thompson and fellow undrafted back Marcus Marshall during the early days of camp. When the veterans report Friday, starter Damien Williams will lead a group that includes Darrel Williams and Carlos Hyde. But a shot is all Caldwell seeks, and he’s taking advantage of the smaller camp numbers. “We’re getting a lot of reps and getting a chance to show what we can do,” Caldwell said. He did just that throughout his college career. Caldwell left Lee’s Summit North as the program’s career rushing leader, with 2,885 yards, and once rushed for 310 yards in a game. 34


After a redshirt season at Missouri Western, Caldwell made an impact with 647 rushing yards and six touchdowns. Then came the breakout season. Besides leading the conference in rushing with 1,408 yards, Caldwell rushed for 10 touchdowns and averaged 133.5 all-purpose yards. He was on his way to another big season in 2017 with 856 yards in eight games when his playing days at Missouri Western ended. Caldwell said then he wanted to finish the season; the school said he had been dismissed. No reason for the dismissal was announced, and Caldwell didn’t elaborate about it on Thursday. Missouri Western granted his release after the season. “I try to learn from every experience I’ve had, and there were things I would have done differently,” Caldwell said. “I was fortunate Northwest gave me a chance.” Caldwell finished his career at Missouri Western’s rival in Maryville, and helped the Bearcats capture the MIAA championship with an 830-yard rushing season. One of his best performances came in the NCAA Division II playoffs: 147 rushing yards and two touchdowns in a first-round victory over Grand Valley State. “I wouldn’t have had the opportunities I have now if it hadn’t been for the chance I got (at Northwest),” Caldwell said.” After that season, Caldwell set his sights on continuing football. “But honestly, I didn’t know what I was going to do,” said Caldwell, who had graduated from Missouri Western and was working on his master’s from Northwest. “But I trained and I had hoped to get into a team’s mini-camp.” Washington invited Caldwell to its rookie mini-camp, but he opted for a local pro day tryout with the Chiefs. Caldwell was invited to rookie mini-camp in Kansas City but later was victim of a numbers crunch. The Chiefs encouraged him to keep working and that advice paid off. Caldwell was later invited to mandatory mini-camp. Now, he’s looking for a spot with the Chiefs in an environment that’s familiar to him. 35


â&#x20AC;&#x153;When you get an opportunity like this, the window is so small, you have to go strong,â&#x20AC;? Caldwell said.

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(Patrick Mahomes) Despite Every Reason to, Patrick Mahomes Still Doesn’t Make MVP Award About Himself BJ Kissel February 2, 2019 Chiefs.com

The NFL has never seen anything like what we just saw this season from Patrick Mahomes, who on Saturday night became the first player in Kansas City Chiefs history to win the AP NFL MVP Award. The 23-year-old phenom took the league by storm from the moment he first stepped on the field this past season—earning back-to-back AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors in the first two weeks of the season. Those two games were both on the road against the Chargers and Steelers and saw the Chiefs’ offense average 40 points per game. Some may have thought it was a fluke, but really, it was just the start. Mahomes would take those performances, which saw him toss 10 touchdowns and zero interceptions and go on to have one of the most-prolific and widely-documented seasons by a quarterback in NFL history—becoming just the second player to ever throw for 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns in the same season. He’s also now the youngest player in the Super Bowl era—dating back to 1967—to ever win the MVP award—edging out former Dolphins’ Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino by only two days. But despite the stats he put up, the records he broke and the path he’s blazed to begin his career on his way to this award, Mahomes—even when he had every reason to—still didn’t make it about himself. “It’s an amazing feeling,” Mahomes explained over the phone shortly after winning the award. “But it’s a credit to all those guys I play with. It’s not just me. I got the trophy, but it’s this team that was so special and the reason why I got it. It’s a credit to being in a great situation and having great coaches around me with Coach [Andy] Reid, coach [Eric] Bieniemy, Coach [Mike] Kafka, and coach Nags (Matt Nagy) last year, and then being with a lot of great players that can make me look good and make it easy on me. “And then having Alex [Smith] last year, it really helped me learn how to become a Pro’s Pro and sped up the process of me learning the difference between college and the NFL. “I just got put in a great spot. It’s truly humbling to be a part of a group like this.” 37


Even when the entire football-watching world is singing his praises and talking about his ridiculous performances this past season, Mahomes simply used his platform as a chance to talk about everyone around him once again. It’s a pattern with him. He’s consistently been this way from the day he first arrived in Kansas City, which should give fans even more reason to feel optimistic about the future. That natural ability, combined with genuine humility and an unquestioned desire to win, which was obvious to anyone who watched any number of Chiefs’ games this season, is what’s drove Mahomes to this point. “It’s something I’ve always had,” Mahomes noted. “I’ve always wanted to play against and compete against the best and find a way to beat them. It’s something I was born with. I love the competitive nature and I love everything about team sports, and I love everything about football.” Even if it might seem that way just because he’s all over the place, Mahomes never comes across like a guy who is seeking out the limelight, which made his last week in Atlanta a little different because of all the attention he was getting—from appearances on Good Morning America to every football show on television. He’s the new face of the NFL. “It’s been crazy for sure,” he laughed. “It’s a little different than being in Kansas City, I mean, people are coming up and taking pictures with me everywhere I go. It’s fun. I enjoy it, but I’m going to be happy to get back to Kansas City and be able to go back to the facility and work out.” With the Chiefs being so close to having played in the Super Bowl this year, the past few days spent right in the center of all the media hoopla going into the most-watched sporting event in the world every year has only intensified Mahomes’ desire to lead the Chiefs to this game next year. “I’m very confident,” Mahomes explained of getting the Chiefs to the Super Bowl next year. “We have a lot of the same pieces coming back. We were just short. We could have easily been in the game this year and driving by the Super Bowl every single day down here (in Atlanta), it’s just giving me more and more motivation to find a way to get better and hopefully inspire my teammates to get better, too.” The same guy who made sure to tell his trainer on draft night that he needed to get a workout in before his early morning flight to Kansas City isn’t taking much time off before starting to prepare for the 2019 season. “Day after the Super Bowl,” Mahomes said quickly of when he’ll start preparing for next season. “That’s when I want to start getting ready to go again. I’ll get back after it. I’ll definitely start slow. You want to build up and you want to make sure your body is back to 100 percent after a long season, but you want to still make sure you’re moving around and staying active.” It’s fair to say Mahomes isn’t going to just sit back and rest on the fact that he’s the best player in football right now—the distinction that comes with winning the MVP Award. 38


Mahomes will continue to be the same guy he’s always been—speaking about teamaccomplishments and team goals and working to be the guy to lead his team in that way, which is exactly why he’s called out and praised as an individual—demonstrating leadership characteristics well beyond his years. The future looks bright, Chiefs Kingdom.

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(Patrick Mahomes) Patrick Mahomes Wins “Best NFL Player” Honors at Annual ESPY Awards Matt McMullen July 10, 2019 Chiefs.com

It was a season to remember for Kansas City Chiefs’ quarterback Patrick Mahomes in 2018, and while the upcoming campaign is inching closer by the day, the awards are still rolling in for the 23-year-old signal caller. Mahomes was recognized at the annual ESPY awards on Wednesday night with “Best NFL Player” honors, beating out Saints’ quarterback Drew Brees, Rams’ defensive tackle Aaron Donald and Rams’ tailback Todd Gurley. It’s the first time a member of the Chiefs has won the award. The Chiefs were also part of a second award, earning “Best Game” honors along with the Rams for the epic bout between the two teams on Monday Night Football last November. Kansas City ultimately came up just short in that contest, but the 105 points, 1,001 yards, 56 first downs and nine lead-changes between the two squads made for a simply unforgettable football game. It all made for an exciting night at the ESPYS, which have annually saluted the very best in all of sports since 1993 based on fan voting amongst pre-selected nominees across a number of categories. Mahomes was up for two individual awards on Wednesday - earning nominations for “Best Male Athlete” and “Best NFL Player” – while securing the latter. It marks the latest in an extensive list of accolades for Mahomes, who became just the second player in NFL history to throw for 5,000+ yards and 50+ touchdowns during a single campaign in 2018 while becoming the first-ever member of the Chiefs to earn league MVP honors. Mahomes and the Chiefs return to the field for training camp up in St. Joseph later this month.

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(Mecole Hardman) Chiefs rookie Mecole Hardman is more than a football player to special needs community Brooke Pryor June 27, 2019 KC Star

Chrystal Thomas was never surprised when she saw Mecole Hardman free her students from the wires and tubes that tethered them to a mostly sedentary existence. It didn’t surprise her to see Hardman ease into one of her classroom’s rocking chairs and pull one of her students up with him. She smiles now, retelling the stories of those little moments. Few students at Elbert County Middle School have interacted with her special needs students with such ease and confidence. But Hardman was a natural, displaying his gift for working with the special needs community since he began escorting them at the county’s yearly pageant as a sixth grader. Hardman is a lot of things to a lot of people. Son, brother, football star, wide receiver, Chiefs second-round draft pick. To the special needs students in Elbert County, Georgia, though, Mecole Hardman is just their friend. Through his work with Friends Helping Friends, a local organization that partners students with their special needs counterparts, Hardman has formed a lifelong bond with a group of people who don’t care that he became the Chiefs’ first draft pick a couple months ago. Or that he can fly, with a 4.33-second time in the 40-yard dash. Or that he’ll be sharing a field with the NFL MVP this fall.

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They care that he cares about them. That he spent nearly all of his free afternoons with them, rocking them in rocking chairs or going with them on field trips to Turner Field and the Fox Theater. While most people define Hardman for what he can do on a field, the special needs community in Elbert County knows him best for what he does off of it — and that’s what matters most. “Those kids, they don’t see me as Mecole the football guy: ‘Oh, he’s in the league,’ or, ‘He’s doing good,’” Hardman said. “They just see me as Mecole, the loving guy. They just see me for me, as myself.” KENDRA AND BEKKAH Falling in love with Kendra Turman was easy. A girl about Hardman’s age with a big smile and a word for everyone, Kendra was a magnetic personality in Thomas’ class for students with moderate disabilities at Elbert County Middle School. The two became fast friends, and it didn’t take long for Kendra to develop her own term of endearment for Hardman: ‘friancee.’ A mashup of friend and fiancee, the term elicited a big smile from Hardman as he talked about her. “We always have a little game,” Hardman said. “She’d be like talking to other people, so I’d be like, ‘So you’re cheating on me right now?’ She’s like ‘Nooo, not cheating on you.’ It’s all love.” His friendship and work with Turman made Hardman even more passionate about working with those with special needs. “She was like my baby,” Hardman said. “When I started falling in love with her, I started falling in love with all the kids. That’s when I really started taking it seriously.” Through his friendship with Kendra and the other kids in Thomas’ class, Hardman was forced to grow up and mature in ways he never could have predicted.

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In eighth grade, Kendra’s best friend, Bekkah, died unexpectedly. A social butterfly like Kendra, the young woman with Down syndrome passed during the middle of a school day. Just like that, she was gone. Though he didn’t want to go, Hardman attended the memorial service with the rest of the class. Danyell Hardman saw something change in her son that day. “He took that pretty hard,” Hardman’s mom said. “We took the kids to the funeral home to visit and that did something to him because he was so close to them. “He didn’t really say it, but you could see it on his face. He just wanted to go and support the other kids.” A couple years later, Hardman’s life was shaken by another serious situation, this one involving Kendra. Visiting hospitals made Hardman uneasy, and he tried to avoid them at all costs. But all that changed when his friend was admitted. Hardman made the hour and a half journey south to visit her at the Augusta, Georgia facility one afternoon, mentally preparing the whole way to see a depleted version of his friend. She hadn’t opened her eyes in days and was nearly motionless in the hospital bed. But when Hardman walked in the room, Kendra opened her eyes and smiled. She sat up in the bed. These things were crucial steps toward her eventual recovery. “She was trying to give up,” said Traci Montgomery, Kendra’s mom. “But with him being there, coming to see her and all the other kids that came with him, it meant a lot. Because that meant she was trying to fight to see him. It really meant a lot to me.” ‘THIS GUY, HE’S JUST DIFFERENT’ Hardman’s gift for working with special needs students was apparent even during his earliest days at Elbert County Middle School.

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Thomas saw Hardman and the way he interacted with her students, always making time to talk with them or make them laugh. The official Friends Helping Friends Club was in its infancy at the high school, and a middle school branch was available to eighth graders. Though Hardman was only in sixth grade, Thomas knew he needed to be involved. So she went to Sandy Adams, one of the club’s founders, and made her case. “This guy, he’s just different,” Adams remembers Thomas telling her. “He wants to be involved with our kids. He’s a super athlete. He’s a great role model.” That spring, Hardman volunteered with the annual pageant, escorting some of Thomas’ students and hanging out with them in the classroom while they waited for their turn to strut their stuff in the school’s auditorium. “We never do that,” Adams said of allowing sixth graders to volunteer with the special needs class. “But he was an exception: He has so much energy. You can tell when our children with special needs love someone, trust someone. When they walk in the room, their eyes light up, their hands go up, they reach for them, they want to be around them. “Mecole is that person. It started around sixth grade, and it has not stopped.” After that year, Hardman became more and more involved with the club. He became Thomas’ official classroom helper in the eighth grade and was even named an officer of the club once he reached high school. “A lot of the other guys would say, ‘Oh the kids don’t want us, they just want Mecole. He’s a football star,’” Thomas said. “And we were like, ‘No, they don’t know he’s a football star.’ He’s just a guy that comes in and plays with them no matter what. That was just his personality.” As demanding as his football schedule was, he always made time to volunteer with the students. He attended plays with them at Atlanta’s Fox Theater and went along to Braves games. Even as he moved on to Georgia for his college career, Hardman made sure a stop at the Friends Helping Friends camps was included in his summer plans. And if he couldn’t get to a camp, he still stopped by the schools to see his friends.

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“He was one of the ones who stood out from everybody else,” Adams said, “because he wanted to participate in absolutely everything that we did because he truly loved the kids.” A ‘TRUE FRIEND’ During Hardman’s freshman season at Elbert County High, a couple members of Thomas’ class attended one of his football games. They sat in the stands with a homemade sign that proudly proclaimed, “No. 4, We love our boy in blue!”

He stayed late afterward, making sure he took pictures with everyone who came to support him — including his group of friends. The game was important, but this, this was more important than any outcome on the field. That moment, and all the moments Hardman spent with Friends Helping Friends, remains close to his heart. Those experiences ground him as his life lurches forward at breakneck speed and give him a perspective not many 21-year-olds possess. “I think we’re so spoiled that it actually makes you look at it and be like, all right, I need to be thankful for what I’ve got,” Hardman said. “I like to give back to them, and I fall in love with them every time I see them. It’s always smiles. I never have a bad day with them. Even when they bad, it’s always good to be with them and I love to be around them.” As the Chiefs’ first selection of the 2019 NFL Draft, Hardman enters his professional career with a mountain of expectations to climb. He’s expected to be a key member of a high-powered offense and a game-changing special teams unit. So many people want him, need him to be so many things. But the label that matters most to him is the one assigned by the kids in Elbert County. “Our kids don’t understand who Mecole has become,” Adams said. “They know who Mecole is, and always has been, to them, which is their friend. 45


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(Frank Clark) Former Glenville and current NFL star defensive lineman Frank Clark returns to Cleveland to put on free youth football camp Cameron Fields July 13, 2019 Cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio – Frank Clark stood on the field in front of about 300 children at Robert Bump Taylor Field Saturday morning. He wore a red camp T-shirt with his name on it, and though the heat hadn’t come just yet, he sported a bucket hat. Clark was about to start his first football camp since he was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in 2015. He graduated from Glenville High School in 2011, and he was back in the city to help his community. “No matter what nobody tell you, just keep on going, keep on running through the wall,” Clark said to the children. “You keep on fighting and you gonna get to where you want to be in life.” Clark hosted a free football camp for boys and girls grades 1-8. He personally funded the camp, and participants received instruction in various drills from him and local coaches. Each camper also was given an autographed card from Clark. A defensive end preparing for his first season with the Kansas City Chiefs, Clark is passionate about doing what he can to help his city and the community’s youth. “I said I wanted to be able to give them a free camp until the day I die,” Clark said. “That’s one of my goals, and I’m going to continue to do that.” Clark is one of the highest-paid defensive ends in the NFL, as he signed a five-year, $105.5 million contract with the Chiefs after he was traded to the team in April. The contract comes with $63.5 million guaranteed. Last season Clark ranked seventh in the NFL in sacks (13), and his 32 sacks over the past three seasons is ninth among active players. He has 35 career sacks. But Clark knows what it’s like to grow up in the inner city. He was homeless for parts of his childhood in South Central Los Angeles, and moved to Cleveland when he was 12. He’s lived in both worlds, and that’s why he wanted to give families in his community an opportunity to have fun for a few hours. “You gotta be able to show them it’s not all about the money,” Clark said. “Your parents don’t gotta pay $200, $300, $400 for a camp for a few hours for your kids. I understand everybody don’t got that.”

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Parents watched their kids from the bleachers or stood near the field. Once it was time for foot races in various age groups, they congregated around the endzone to support their children as they crossed the finish line. Kenyatta Shirley owns a daycare, and she made the 90-minute drive from Mansfield, bringing her two second-grade boys, David and Prince Phillips. Shirley heard about the camp from one of her friends. Her sons like football and basketball, and she’s appreciative of how Clark interacted with the campers. “He’s not too high that he can’t still interact with them, that’s real humble,” Shirley said. Clark started the camp showing his spin technique for coming off the line, and throughout the camp, he talked with children as they worked through drills. Courtney Waites, a local truck driver, brought sons Kyle and Christian, who are entering the eighth and first grades, respectively. Much like Shirley, Waites liked that Clark was fully engaged. “He’s definitely very in tune with all the kids here,” Waites said. Near the end of the camp, the campers played a couple rounds of games, and the camp finished with some of the kids dancing to “Suge” by rapper DaBaby. For lunch, Chipotle was provided, along with fruit snacks and water. Clark said it was important to be a positive pillar in the community. He wants to make a difference in young lives and putting on the camp is part of that. He wants children to learn positive messages, hoping what children learn at the camp can keep their minds off being in the streets. “You can learn just some good habits from being out here,” Clark said. “They can take something away from that. That’s when I can rest and I can know we had a great day at this camp.”

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(Demarcus Robinson) Chiefs receiver Demarcus Robinson takes a different kind of flight: with Blue Angels Brooke Pryor July 5, 2019 KC Star

When Demarcus Robinson was presented with the opportunity to ride along with the famed Blue Angels, he didn’t have to think twice. “Automatic yes,” the Chiefs wide receiver said Friday morning after completing an hour-long flight with the elite Navy demonstration squad at the Wheeler Downtown Airport. Because Robinson loves rollercoasters and isn’t afraid of heights, the decision to fly 15,000 feet in the air at speeds of up to 700 mph was an easy one. It also gave him a chance to have a little fun before training camp later this month. “Just to get your mind off of things and just sit back and kind of relax and get out and do some things that are fun and not all about business sometimes,” Robinson said, describing the benefit of doing events like ridealong. “Sometimes it’s good to get out and fly planes, I guess.” Before he took off with Lieutenant Cary Rickoff, Robinson went through a 30-minute crash course in learning the mechanics of the plane and how to deal with the rapidly changing Gforces. He learned breathing techniques — called a Hick maneuver — that would keep him from passing out when the G-forces get really high. After the course, Robinson got strapped into the back seat of the two-seater plane and took off down the runway. Initially, the plane hovered low, flying parallel with the ground under the gray, rainy skies. As soon as he reached the end of the pavement, Rickoff pulled the sticks straight back and accelerated into the clouds at a 45-degree angle. Once airborne, Robinson’s pre-flight learning came in handy. “I was doing it when I don’t think I even had to do it,” Robinson said of the Hick maneuver breathing. “I was doing everything to try and stay awake and not pass out.” 49


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(Mitchell Schwartz) The Chiefs’ master chef: Mitchell Schwartz spends his offseason sharing his passion for cooking Nate Taylor July 5, 2019 The Athletic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Zak Madelen calls himself a decent cook. In the midst of trying the ketogenic diet in February, Madelen was always searching for interesting recipes. A few of his favorite meals were recommended to him through Twitter from one of his favorite professional athletes: Kansas City Chiefs right tackle Mitchell Schwartz. Eleven days after the Chiefs’ season ended, Schwartz began “Mitch in the Kitch,” a cooking blog, to share his most delicious dishes with fans. Madelen, an algebra teacher at Lincoln College Preparatory Academy, saw that Schwartz promoted his blog on Twitter and became intrigued once he saw the second recipe: zucchininoodle chicken enchiladas. “I figured, ‘Why not check it out?’” said Madelen, who is also the offensive line assistant at Lincoln Prep. “Finding recipes from one of the Chiefs’ players, I thought that was especially awesome. A lot of his recipes are actually pretty good for keto. I always listen to his brother, Geoff, on his podcast. He always talks about how good a cook Mitch is.” Madelen, 29, and his girlfriend, Mandy Tomek, conduct their usual meal planning at the start of each week. Tomek, a physical therapist and athletic trainer, cooks most of the couple’s meals, but Madelen took over the responsibility in February during his break in the academic calendar. Madelen followed Schwartz’s directions for the enchiladas. He peeled the zucchini into strips, didn’t add too much enchilada sauce and used nonfat Greek yogurt instead of sour cream. Tomek saw and smelled Madelen’s enchiladas and began asking questions. Did he find the recipe through PaleOMG? The Paleo Mom? “When I told her I got it from the Chiefs’ starting right tackle’s website, she was like, ‘What?!’” Madelen said of Tomek’s response. “She was surprised how good it tasted.” In a two-month stretch, Schwartz posted nine recipes on his blog. Each dish can be completed within an hour, and he has 385 subscribers who receive a notification when the next meal is posted. Sarah Bredeman, an author and the editor of Ant Colony Press, became a subscriber after her fiancé, Eli Waterman, a musician, recommended the blog. Schwartz’s hobby of cooking began around 2016, when he signed with the Chiefs after four seasons with the Cleveland Browns. Similar to how he learned football through coaching and studying his playbook, Schwartz sharpened his skills by watching hours of the Food Network. He tinkered with recipes, began chatting with chefs and was ecstatic when he used the Big Green Egg grill for the first time to cook two full slabs of ribs. 51


One reason Schwartz loves Chiefs fans is because of the alluring and scrumptious smells they produce from their cooking that greet him during his drive into Arrowhead Stadium for home games. With Kansas City known for its barbecue, Chiefs fans tailgate with grills filled with various cooked meats in almost every row in the parking lots surrounding the stadium. Schwartz realized that talking about food almost as often as football was another connection he had with fans. “They obviously have an interest in how you play, but they’re also interested in what you’re doing in your personal life, and they want to get to know you better,” Schwartz said of fans earlier this month. “Typically, in most households, someone is cooking a meal, whether it’s once a week or every night. Everyone has a vested interest in good food, so it’s just a fun way to interact with people and to reach out. The response has been great.” The job of an NFL offensive lineman can be unglamorous. During games, Schwartz’s biggest duty is protecting quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the NFL’s reigning MVP. Schwartz’s seasons are full of him battling the league’s best pass-rushers in star players such as Denver’s Von Miller, Los Angeles’ Joey Bosa and Houston’s J.J. Watt. Schwartz knows he has done his job well — beyond never missing a snap in his eight-year career — if fans don’t hear his name during games. Cooking, however, has allowed Schwartz to showcase more of his creativity. In his blog, Schwartz explains why certain steps in the recipe are essential to the ones following. He shares which products he prefers — such as spicy chicken sausage from Whole Foods for his shrimp, chicken and sausage paella — for each meal. He tells the reader the compromises or alterations he and his wife, Brooke, have made from a traditional recipe. “Everything is portion-controlled,” Schwartz said. “Most dishes call for cheese or sour cream. We kind of just cut that out, and we find a better way to do it. Greek yogurt is a pretty good substitute for sour cream if you’re looking for toppings for chili or other things. There’s ways you can get the same flavors without all the fat.” One of Schwartz’s most popular dishes on his blog is spicy shrimp fried rice. Schwartz and his wife used brown rice and cauliflower rice. They created the spice with garlic, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, paprika, chili powder and red pepper flakes. “I did my normal shake of red pepper flake and my wife thought the dish ended up being a tad too spicy,” Schwartz wrote in his blog. “Remember that the shrimp is seasoned with cayenne for heat, the rice will pick up remnants of the spice left in the pan, and also when you add the shrimp back. Try less than you think for the first time, then adjust up in future cooks as needed.” Schwartz posted a photo of the spicy shrimp fried rice on his Twitter account. The next day, Willie Roaf, a Hall of Fame left tackle, used his Twitter account to call his friend “Martha” Schwartz. A few hours later, Madelen cooked the dish for himself and Tomek. The meal was so delicious that Madelen told Schwartz just that in their short Twitter exchange. “I was trying to get a good picture to send him,” said Madelen, who used his iPhone. “The shrimp one turned out looking halfway decent. The enchiladas tasted great, but I couldn’t make them look good at all. Twitter is pretty cool in connecting fans and people in the community with people we never had access to before.”

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The Chiefs’ video department visited Schwartz’s home last season to get his perspective on perhaps his favorite meal growing up: pizza. In the team’s video of Schwartz, he explained how the flour and stretchy dough of the pizza he cooked can be comparable to training camp, in terms of the Chiefs needing to use that time to build a strong foundation. He said the crushed tomato sauce and fresh mozzarella symbolize the quality players on the team. The basil and slices of natural pepperoni, Schwartz said, remind him of the fun ways the Chiefs offense can be explosive in producing highlight plays and memorable touchdowns. Inside the Chiefs’ locker room, every player agrees that Schwartz is the undisputed cooking champion. He has cooked cheeseburgers for Mahomes and given plenty of recipes to other teammates. One of Schwartz’s favorite rituals is having the rest of the offensive linemen at his house in Overland Park, Kan., for a meal. Between the team’s offseason workouts on the weekends, Schwartz has cooked different meats for his fellow linemen. Austin Reiter, the Chiefs’ starting center, said the highlights of the gatherings were Schwartz cooking a 14-pound brisket that took close to 18 hours to perfect and steaks that were seasoned and grilled to perfection. “It’s the real deal,” Reiter said earlier this month. “I think my favorite part was the steaks he cooked one night. I showed up when they were done. Perfect timing. I’m a medium-rare guy. They were excellent. Salt and pepper, I think, was all he had on there. I like it a little more on the plain side. I want to taste the good meat, and it was tender.” Are there leftovers after one of Schwartz’s cookouts? “No,” Reiter said quickly. In past years, Schwartz has seen his cooking have a positive impact on the interpersonal relationships among the Chiefs’ offensive linemen. As the team’s elder lineman, Schwartz understands food and engaging discussions can make the grind of a long season easier when teammates have a strong rapport with one another that is not solely tied to football. “We have an excellent group of guys,” Schwartz said of the 15 linemen on the Chiefs’ roster. “We’ve got to work seamlessly with each other and we’ve got to make sure everything is flowing, so being able to have that much fun off the field together definitely makes things more fun when you’re in the (Chiefs’) building.” Throughout the summer, people have asked Schwartz if he’ll write his own cookbook in the future. Schwartz thinks it’s possible, perhaps after his NFL career is over and he can dedicate more time to his second craft. His first book, which he wrote in 2016 with his brother and Seth Kaufman — titled “Eat My Schwartz: Our Story of NFL Football, Food, Family, and Faith” — has also deterred him a little. “That didn’t sell so well, so I’m sure there’s copies available,” Schwartz said with a big smile. “The blog has slowed down a little bit now that we’ve gotten back into football. I have a couple recipes in the back burner that I need to type out. I’ll get back to it.” A gratifying part about cooking for Schwartz, alongside eating the meals and the praise he receives from fans of his recipes, is teaching people about his passion and sharing his methods. When his NFL career started in 2012, Schwartz couldn’t have imagined fans would attend events to see him cook. But last season, Schwartz gave people a cooking tutorial in October at the city’s Jewish community center. He was one of the featured participants, along with 53


Mahomes and star tight end Travis Kelce, to cook in the ’Que For a Cause event, a charity barbecue dinner to benefit the Lee Ann Britain Infant Development Center. During the NFL Draft in late April, Schwartz grilled burgers for hundreds of the Chiefs’ seasonticket members inside Arrowhead Stadium. Several fans took photos with Schwartz. They asked him for a few cooking tips, too. “It gets a little toasty, but that’s the fun of cooking,” Schwartz said. “Whether it’s my wife and making her a good meal or cooking for friends and family, you’re doing something where you can make other people happy. It’s definitely a good feeling.”

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(Dustin Colquitt) Chiefs’ Dustin Colquitt humbled by Walter Payton Man of the Year nomination Brooke Pryor December 6, 2018 KC Star

Every day, Dustin Colquitt comes down the stairs from the coaches’ offices at the Chiefs’ training facility and turns right to head down the hallway to the locker room. And every day, the 36-year-old punter passes a 30-foot wall dedicated to the Chiefs’ five Walter Payton Man of the Year winners. There’s the larger-than-life quote from 2009 winner Willie Lanier — “It’s the greatest honor I’ve ever received.” — along with five floor-to-ceiling panels honoring each of the previous winners: Brian Waters (2009), Will Shields (2003), Derrick Thomas (1993), Len Dawson (1973), Willie Lanier (1972). In the center of four of the five panels is a photo of Lamar Hunt handing the iconic trophy to that year’s recipient. In the fifth, his son, Clark Hunt, is handing the trophy to Waters. On Thursday, Colquitt learned he could be the next Chief to land on that wall when he was announced as one of this year’s 32 nominees. “This has been a historical thing for their organization to be proud of,” Colquitt said. “I was just proud. We do it because this is our community. They get up here every Sunday, Monday or Thursday night and they kill it for us. They cook their barbecue, they take their time with that. On top of that, they want to watch good football. “It’s just, it’s a fantastic place. To be able to serve them in that capacity, off the field and spend time where there’s true need in the city, it’s great.” Colquitt, who’s been with the organization since he was selected in the third round of the 2005 draft, was primarily nominated for his work with TeamSmile, an organization that provides dental care to underserved children. In the last 12 years, he’s helped give 40,000 kids $18 million worth of complimentary dental and preventative care and education. He also has a “Punting for 55


Smiles” campaign, where he raises $500 per punt inside the the 20-yard line. Each year, Colquitt also donates $20,000 to the organization. But for Colquitt, TeamSmile is more than about helping kids with their oral health. “We have these kids come in and they’re wrapping their gums around their teeth, don’t really want to talk to you,” said Colquitt, who has punted 34 times for 1,535 yards this season. “Then you clean it up, you turn the mirror around and they’re like, ‘Oh my.’ You just see this confidence that they’ve never seen in their lives. You see their parents. They’re not coming up to their kids because they’re happy that their teeth are clean. They’re saying, this is not my kid. He’s got his chest pumped out.” For Colquitt, who was also the Chiefs’ nominee in 2009, his dedication to community service comes from growing up in the church. When he signed his contract with the Chiefs 13 years ago, he noticed the provision that stipulated he be involved in the community five times a year. But that just wasn’t enough. “We’re taught to love and serve,” Colquitt said. “Love others is the biggest thing I can say. So how do you do that? You do that with the resources that God gave you, which is, it can be treasure, it can be time. Just talking to people. Anything like that.” The winner of the award will receive $250,000 donated to United Way in his name to expand the Character Playbook and $250,000 donated to the charity of his choice. The rest of the nominees will receive a $50,000 donation to United Way in their names along with a $50,000 donation to the charity of their choice. If he wins, Colquitt will become the first punter to take home the award. Only one kicker, Rolf Benirschke, has won the award. “He’s a great character guy,” special teams coach Dave Toub said of Colquitt. “He’s a family man. He’s a man of faith. He does everything right off the field as well on as on the field. It doesn’t surprise me one bit. Personally, he helps my wife, she’s part of the Bra Couture, it’s a breast cancer thing. He helps her 100 percent. No one knows about that. That’s just one thing that he does personally. It doesn’t surprise me at all that he was named Man of the Year by our team.”

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This week, Colquitt is representing TeamSmile on his customized My Cause, My Cleats shoes. One of the gold cleats has TeamSmile written in blue lettering on the side while the other has a Walter Payton logo next to a TeamSmile logo. “It’s like a Usain Bolt, gold, flashy, kind of everything that I’m not,” Colquitt said with a laugh. “So I hope it brings a lot of awareness to TeamSmile. That’s what it deserves.” Colquitt won’t find out if he’ll join the fraternity of the Chiefs’ Walter Payton Man of the Year winners until February, but for him, being nominated is a huge honor. “I know there’s 32 of these guys, but all 32 of these guys today are saying wow, ‘Walter Payton, what did he do? How did he embody a city and how did he change things?,’” Colquitt said. “It wasn’t just in between the white lines. It was in communities and changing people’s mind frames how they think and how they love and how they care for each other and communities. I’m humbled and excited for the possibility of doing that.”

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(Travis Kelce) Travis Kelce Throwing Fundraiser For Heights Foundation Chris Mosby July 15, 2019 Patch.com

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH â&#x20AC;&#x201D; One of Heights High's most famous alumni will give back to his hometown schools this week. Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce's "Walk the Walk" fashion show fundraiser will be held July 19 at Red Space in Cleveland. According to a spokesperson for Kelce, "Walk the Walk is a fashion benefit created by Travis Kelce to raise funds and awareness to give back to the city that raised him - Cleveland Heights." "We're thrilled to be chosen to partner with Travis Kelce's Eighty-Seven and Running Foundation. As locals know, Kelce never misses the chance to remind a national audience where he's from and his pride in being a member of "Tiger Nation" as a 2008 graduate of Cleveland Heights High School and a member of the Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame," said Julianna Johnston Senturia, executive director, Heights Schools Foundation. Tickets are $80 for the event. Each ticket buys admission to a runway show, a silent auction, an after party with celebrity DJs and four drink tickets. Attendees must be 21 or older. The event's online ticket portal promises guests the chance to spend time with Kelce and his friends from Cleveland and Kansas City. The proceeds from the event will go to Eight-Seven & Running, Kelce's charity, which is partnered with the Heights Foundation. The two groups work together on the school district's transportation needs.

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"We're grateful that he is giving back to his hometown by increasing access to after schools programming. His Foundation is doing good work, and Heights Schools Foundation and the CHUH Schools District are proud to be a part of it," Johnston Senturia said. Tickets can be purchased online.

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(Anthony Hitchens) Chiefs linebacker Anthony Hitchens shaped by life-altering decision made as a youth Lynn Worthy September 22, 2018 KC Star

For the record, Anthony Hitchens is not a robot. That needs to be stated for clarity’s sake. Listen to enough of the praise from folks who admire the Chiefs linebacker’s play, and you’ll start to wonder if he came out of lab, a hybrid construction of flesh, nuts, bolts and the mental aptitude of a defensive coordinator designed and programmed to make tackles. All football, all the time. Single-minded focus and intense preparation. That’s the Hitchens most have heard about. Make no mistake, he’s certainly driven and detail-oriented. That all shows up in his approach to the game — the copious note taking, constant film study and work ethic as well as a knack for raising the level of players around him. There’s more to Hitchens than that, however, and those traits didn’t just develop when he put on pads. The game merely serves as the venue to display those elements of his personality. Football also provides the connective tissue for many of the people who helped foster and nurture him. In particular, the game served as one of the initial bonds between Hitchens and an Ohio family that took him in when he was 12 and raised him as one of its own. Those people provided the structure Hitchens instinctively knew he coveted, but just hadn’t previously experienced. Now, the 6-foot tall, 235-pound brick of a human being and fifth-year pro leans on those lessons daily. “For me to get me through every day and every season and keep pushing to be a better player, it’s just the way I got here,” Hitchens said. “It was not a straight road. Obviously, it wasn’t a straight road for a lot of people in all type of businesses. “But just moving to another situation, getting to high school and almost breaking my back my (sophomore) year, then going to Iowa and playing safety, switching to running back and then

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switching to linebacker — it’s just like whenever I get in hard times, I just think about everything I did to get here. I think I got that discipline installed in me growing up.” THE ANDERSONS Amy Anderson first remembers being aware of Anthony Hitchens during a visit to her son Zach’s school in Lorain, Ohio. She’d been in the sixth-grade classroom and noticed a young man practically jumping off the walls. She turned to a teacher with the question, “Who is that kid?” Zach and Anthony became best friends. When they started playing football, they were even more of a tandem with Zach at quarterback and Anthony at running back as the Emmitt Smith to Zach’s Troy Aikman. One Sunday, Zach invited Anthony to hang out and watch football. Anthony hopped on his bicycle and pedaled about a mile or two past the Andersons’ home. After he backtracked and found the house, he ended up spending the night for the first of many times. Amy regularly drove some of the boys home after football practice, and she noticed from time to time that Anthony was missing from the group. When she asked why, the other boys told her Anthony didn’t show up for school that day. Amy made it a point to invite Anthony to stay over at their house the next time she drove the boys home. Gradually, he began spending the night regularly during the school year. Anthony and Zach enjoyed hanging out together, and having Anthony in the house allowed Amy to be sure he’d get to school the following day. “As parents, we just looked out for each other’s kids,” Amy said. “It wasn’t in particular Anthony I was looking out for. There were parents that looked out for my kids. It’s just a close-knit community. You got to know the kids your kids hung out with.” Amy and her husband, Brad, both knew Hitchens’ mother, Norma. Brad had been a classmate and they both worked for a non-profit called the Neighborhood Alliance, which provided a childcare center, delivered hot meals to seniors, operated a shelter and senior center as well as worked to help homeless people find housing.

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Without Hitchens’ father, who was in prison and never involved in Anthony’s life, Norma worked to support seven children in what Brad Anderson portrays as daunting and potentially discouraging circumstances in their small community about 30 miles outside of Cleveland. Brad Anderson played high school football as a lineman but started working in a steel mill right after graduation. Other teammates ended up in trouble with the law. “That’s what they’ve been raised and shown to do” he said. “Anthony knew. It’s kind of hard to believe that a kid 10 years old knew that he didn’t want that lifestyle.” PART OF THE FAMILY Brad and Amy Anderson discussed having four children when they were newlyweds. Amy said it was more Brad who insisted on that number more than she. After Zach, they had just one more biological son, Chad, who’s three years younger. Around the time Zach was in junior high, Brad and Amy became the legal guardians of a boy a few months older than Zach and Anthony named James Washington. The summer going into the eighth-grade year for Anthony and Zach (James was going to be a freshman in high school), the boys appeared poised to be split up because Anthony’s mom needed to move to an area where she could get subsidized housing. That meant he would go to Lorain High instead of Clearview High with his friends. Mature beyond his years, Hitchens knew that the smaller high school, surrounded by his friends and under the supervision of the Andersons, would benefit him in the long run. At the time, Hitchens wasn’t thinking about football. Looking back, he likely would’ve gotten more attention if he’d played at Lorain, which faced more highly regarded competition. It had more than 1,700 students enrolled while Clearview had fewer than 500. “I wanted to go to college,” Hitchens said. “My best friend at the time was going to that school. I wanted to be close to him, and it was just living situations. My mom was on Section 8, living in a worse part of town than the other. Then she had to move even farther away because they didn’t have Section 8 in the school district. It was better for me.” Moving in with the Andersons just made so much sense to Hitchens that he still speaks matterof-factly as he recounts how a 12-year-old made a life-altering decision. 62


Amy Anderson said that had she had a daughter instead of two boys, she might have been hesitant to bring two boys into their house, but she and her husband hardly discussed Hitchens moving in permanently. “We’d seen a young kid that was looking for a way out and just wanted to make something of himself,” Brad Anderson said. “That was the honest to God’s truth. Me and my wife, that’s what we talked about.” Hitchens and Washington are black and the Andersons are white, but Amy insists she never heard any comments about the race of her boys. Both sides of their family treated all four the same, and the school never put up any roadblocks for her advocating for Washington or Hitchens as any parent might. Amy Anderson recalled one year getting school clothes for all the boys and Hitchens asked why she did all the same things for him and Washington that she did for her biological children. Without a thought, Amy replied, “Because you’re our kids too.” The Andersons never legally adopted Hitchens, and he remains close with his mother and bears her name in a tattoo on his left arm. But he also refers to Amy as his mother, Brad his father and Zach, Chad and Washington as his brothers. At first, the four boys all slept in one room on a pair of bunk beds. Eventually, the Andersons added a living room, another bedroom, and a laundry room onto what was a modest twobedroom home. “A lot of people around here would say it’s amazing what you guys did for those boys and this and that,” Brad Anderson said. “... I always told (those people) they found us. This is how it was meant to be. Those boys meant as much to our family as we did to them.” STRUCTURE Living with the Andersons came with some marked differences for Hitchens. Where he’d been largely independent and before, the Andersons ran a tight-yet-loving ship. Amy Anderson required all the kids to do their homework when they got home before doing anything else. She’d been an active parent in school activities, and Brad Anderson grew up with several of the football coaches. Any missteps or transgressions — talk back to a teacher or a

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coach, skip a class, go to a party without permission — got back to the Andersons by the time the boys got home and they could expect to be grounded, lectured, punished or all of the above. “If we couldn’t get away with it at school, there’s no way we’re getting away with it at home,” Hitchens said. “They’re a very disciplined group. I’ve been in a household where there’s just my mom, and sometimes she don’t see everything. You can get away with some stuff. When there’s two, one or the other is going to find out.” One early incident that let Hitchens know it was different came when he left one weekend and said he was staying with mother. The next day, Amy called Norma and realized her son didn’t sleep there. He stayed with a cousin instead. After a tearful Amy finally tracked Hitchens down and brought him home, Brad read him the riot act and boiled the message down to this: “Listen, the lifestyle of you just going and doing as you wanted to before is over.” From that point on, Hitchens embraced the discipline the Andersons provided. In certain regards it stoked the already extraordinary attention to detail coaches now rave about. Even as a youth, Hitchens wanted certain things done “just so,” as Brad and Amy describe it. His and Chad’s room had to be kept a certain way, his clothes folded just right, his homework double- and triple-checked. He heeded the Andersons’ message about academics: that the letter grade he received wasn’t as important as whether he’d put in all the work possible. “He’s always been a hard worker,” Amy Anderson said. “He doesn’t want to leave anything on the field in anything that he does.” EXCELLING ON THE FIELD A varsity athlete in football, basketball and track, Anthony Hitchens left a lasting mark on Clearview football program. He’s still the only Clearview player to play in an NFL game. He set program records for scoring and rushing yards. The play in which he became the career leading scorer was the result of a throw that made Zach Anderson the career passing leader. “As a freshman he was quiet, yet he was one of those guys that everybody just levitated to because he got along with everyone,” Clearview’s offensive coordinator Don Collier said of

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Hitchens. “He made everybody feel important even as a freshman and all the way up until a senior.” Collier ran the scout team when Anderson and Hitchens were freshmen and Washington a sophomore. Collier, who played offensive line as a teammate of Brad Anderson in high school, admits having been harder on them — with Brad’s blessing — than the other boys. “We demanded a little bit more of them only because they expected to be great too, and they were coachable and they wanted to be coached,” Collier said. “We pushed them maybe a little bit harder.” After giving fits to the varsity defense, Hitchens went up to varsity by midway through his freshman year. He broke a long touchdown run the second time he touched the ball, and he went on to rush for 3,864 career yards and 52 touchdowns. Those numbers were compiled despite him spending the first five games of his sophomore season in a back brace because of a chipped vertebrae. Initially thought to be out the entire season, Hitchens got a second opinion in order to return to the field that season. Clearview ran off five straight wins and went undefeated in conference play the following season with Hitchens at running back and linebacker. He earned first-team all-conference, all-county and all-state honors as a junior and senior. “He was always the hardest-working guy in the weight room, in film, on the practice field. He wouldn’t let anybody outwork him,” Collier said. Hitchens went on to the University of Iowa, where he moved from safety to running back before ultimately putting on weight and taking over the starting weakside linebacker job as a junior. He earned All-Big Ten honors in each of his last two seasons, and he led the conference with 124 tackles in 2012. The Dallas Cowboys selected Hitchens with the 119th overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, and he started 48 of the 60 games he played before signing with the Chiefs this offseason as a free agent.

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A LEADER IN KC The Chiefs raved in training camp about Hitchens’ work ethic and professionalism. General manager Brett Veach viewed Hitchens as a catalyst for their attempts to transform the defense. So far Hitchens has made the team look prescient. Through two weeks, the Chiefs are 2-0 and Hitchens ranks second in the NFL in tackles (26) behind only Indianapolis’ Darius Leonard (28). Hitchens came up with one of the biggest tackles during the season opener against the Los Angeles Chargers when he diagnosed and snuffed out a screen pass, halting a potential rally. “He studies football around the clock,” Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton said. “He knows what we’re doing very well, and he knows a lot about the opponent. He really works at that part of the game. It carries over, and he’s a gritty competitor and I think our other players feed off him from that standpoint, the way he approaches the game.” Hitchens and inside linebacker Reggie Ragland have taken on a leadership role in the center of the Chiefs defense. They played the role of pied pipers of the linebacker unit, getting the group to spend time together off the field and outside the meeting room for dinners and movies. Having been a former teammate of cornerback Orlando Scandrick in Dallas, Hitchens helped recruit Scandrick when he became a free agent during training camp. Despite having still been new to the organization himself, Hitchens also helped Scandrick acclimate to the Chiefs. Ragland said this week that Hitchens has put pressure on him to play better. “He is really smart,” Ragland said. “He sees the game at another level. While we are out there, he’s telling everyone the play that is coming up. I like playing with him. ... “I know the last couple of weeks I haven’t had good weeks, in my opinion. He is making me work hard and become a better player, watching film and all of that. I have to step it up and play better beside him.” Hitchens already seems to be rubbing off on the Chiefs the way the Andersons rubbed off on him.

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(Demarcus Robinson) As Patrick Mahomes’ on-field improv partner, WR Demarcus Robinson hopes to play a bigger role this season Nate Taylor July 17, 2019 The Athletic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Patrick Mahomes can be described in many ways. One, of course, is that he’s one of the most accurate quarterbacks in the NFL, which led him to winning last year’s MVP Award. His arm is so gifted and so strong that just about every other quarterback in the league would trade their prized arm for his. And yet that might not even be his greatest strength. Perhaps his most dangerous abilities are his elusiveness from pass rushers and improvisational skills outside of the pocket to create highlight plays. A magician, though, often needs help to complete his elaborate illusions. That can be said of Mahomes when he unleashes a pass that opposing defenses don’t see coming. And the player at the receiving end of those deceptive passes much of last season wasn’t receiver Tyreek Hill, tight end Travis Kelce or receiver Sammy Watkins. The partner in magic was Demarcus Robinson. “I don’t remember the exact first moment,” Robinson said, “but we’ve had a lot of moments.” This has become Robinson’s forte, as everyone in the Kansas City Chiefs’ offense understands that he was most comfortable last year when Mahomes’ was on the move or playing a style closer to backyard football. Robinson’s 2018 statistics, when just viewing them at Pro Football Reference, look ordinary: 33 targets, 22 receptions, 288 receiving yards and four touchdowns. But the film shows a lot more. They show Robinson has the size — he’s listed at 6-foot-1 and 203 pounds — athleticism, instincts and intelligence to make impressive plays. All four of Robinson’s touchdowns occurred with either him adjusting his route in the middle of the play and/or Mahomes scrambling away from defenders. Against the Los Angeles Chargers, Robinson was the third and last passing option for Mahomes, who still completed the six-yard touchdown pass before safety Adrian Phillips could tackle him. Throughout his lengthy career, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has given his players the freedom to showcase their personalities and talents, even if it happens outside of his structured, complex playbook. When Reid re-watched film from last season, he was delighted when he noticed how much Robinson created on his own to help Mahomes. “He and the quarterback have kind of a unique chemistry,” Reid said of Robinson’s relationship with Mahomes in April. “They have had some big plays. The quarterback likes him and has a lot of trust in him. “The one thing I can tell you is Demarcus will continue the play. There is no pulling up. Sometimes guys will take a breather on the back end if (they think) the play is (away from where 67


they are). Demarcus is 100 mph getting over there. Think about how many plays he made this past year by just that shear hustle. “Our quarterback knows that if he gets into trouble, somewhere Demarcus is going to show up. He’s going to be there.” Robinson and Mahomes aren’t exactly sure why their rapport has been so healthy from the moment they began working together two years ago as members of the second-team offense. Their first highlight connection was in a preseason game against the Tennessee Titans, when Mahomes scrambled quickly to his right before launching a 50-yard pass to Robinson. In the same game, Robinson caught a 28-yard touchdown pass from Mahomes. Robinson was also the recipient of two memorable Mahomes passes during the regular season. The first was Robinson catching a 17-yard no-look pass from Mahomesagainst the Ravens, a play that made CBS color commentator Tony Romo, a former Pro Bowl quarterback, giddy. The second was an 89-yard touchdown catch against the Raiders in which Robinson ad-libbed just seconds after the ball was snapped. The completion is the longest touchdown pass in Mahomes’ career, and it was his 50th scoring throw from last season. “The play was designed for Tyreek,” Mahomes said after the game in December. “They may have even triple-covered him. Demarcus was supposed to run a stop route, but he beat (his defender) so well off the line that he kept running. He threw the hand up. I just put it out there. He made a great play and scored on it.” When the Chiefs begin their training camp next week, Robinson will arrive at Missouri Western State’s campus in Saint Joseph, Mo., with a slightly new role. He will be asked to replace Chris Conley, the veteran receiver who signed a two-year contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars this spring. Conley, who was ahead of Robinson on the Chiefs’ depth chart, recorded 32 receptions for 334 receiving yards and five touchdowns last season. Reid is optimistic that Robinson can increase his production, particularly as another deep threat in the Chiefs’ potent offense. In a few plays last season, Robinson displayed his combination of quickness and speed, the underrated skills that were part of the equation in his long touchdown catch against the Raiders. “I don’t really know what (other) teams think of me,” Robinson said of whether he’s labeled a speedster. “I wasn’t really targeted a lot, but I definitely showed some things that I can do (downfield).” Reid, offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy and receivers assistant Greg Lewis are working with Robinson in hopes he can better harness his speed and route running this season. Robinson could’ve had a caught 61-yard touchdown pass from Mahomes against the San Francisco 49ers last season but the ball fell a few feet in front of him. Although his speed was excellent on the play, Robinson didn’t run his seam route smoothly before creating separation from 49ers safety D.J. Reed. Mahomes’ pass could’ve also been a bit more accurate. Another long misconnection occurred in the first drive against the Seattle Seahawks. With Mahomes moving to his right, Robinson adjusted his route and went deep, allowing him to get behind Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin. The play ended with Griffin recording an impressive pass breakup on a 42-yard pass. A former fourth-round selection in 2016, Robinson has made steady progress in Reid’s offense. In order to have a career-best season this year, Robinson worked with Mahomes on long 68


passes throughout the Chiefs’ offseason practices earlier this summer. Even with their already tight relationship, Robinson wants to have better eye connection with Mahomes — where both players know what each other is doing — against certain pass coverages while staying within the designed structure of the play. The two teammates discussed the slight adjustments they can both make before the play begins. Bieniemy and Lewis praised Robinson earlier this summer for his attempts at improving. “I’ve been very impressed,” Bieniemy said in May. “He’s taken a step forward. This year, with the opportunity that’s been presented to him on the field, he’s done a heck of a job so far.” The Chiefs don’t want Robinson to change too much. Mahomes will likely need Robinson and other receivers to improvise and find open spots on the field for their scrambling and gunslinging quarterback to keep opposing defenses off-balance. But Robinson wants to be known for more than just Mahomes’ illusion partner or as a skill position player with potential; he desires to become a more complete receiver. “This is a big deal, my fourth year, the last year of my contract,” he said. “I just want to put numbers up, gett the guys’ trust and let the coaches know I know what’s going on so it’ll be an easy and smooth transition on the field.”

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(Khalen Saunders) ‘I wish I could see him play running back again’: Before Chiefs, DT Khalen Saunders was a dual-threat phenomenon Nate Taylor July 12, 2019 The Athletic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — All the emotion inside Khalen Saunders led to tears on his face after the final game of his college career. Saunders knew he would never wear his purple and white No. 99 uniform for Western Illinois again. His team, the Leathernecks, also fell in a heartbreaker. As a senior on Senior Day, Saunders was on the field when Indiana State made a 27-yard field goal as time expired for a 15-13 comeback victory. Saunders, a nose tackle for WIU, will never forget what happened once the game ended. The cold rain and sleet from that afternoon last November helped hide some of his tears. And in the postgame exchange on the field, several players from Indiana State approached him. He doesn’t remember which player on Indiana State’s offensive line gave him the strongest compliment. Perhaps it was Isaiah Edwards, the senior left guard whom Saunders beat with a nifty swim move to record his first sack in the fourth quarter. Maybe it was Wyatt Wozniak, the senior center whom Saunders maneuvered past with an even quicker swim move for his second sack in the game’s final minutes. Or it could’ve been James Lang, the senior right guard who was beaten repeatedly by Saunders, including on a play in the red zone that prevented Indiana State from scoring a touchdown. “They were like, ‘Man, we struggled with you all game,’” Saunders remembers hearing that day. “It was unfortunate because that was my last game of the year. I was crying like a little baby. It was still reassuring for him to be like, ‘We couldn’t do anything with you.’ It makes you feel good about yourself.” Since that game, Saunders’ life has changed drastically. He proved to be one of the most popular prospects before the NFL Draft, impressing league executives, scouts and coaches with his performance at the Senior Bowl. He and his wife, Yaya, became parents to Kambridge, their daughter, in January during the week of the Senior Bowl. The couple’s wedding was in April, just days before the Kansas City Chiefs selected Saunders in the third round of the draft. With Kambridge in his arms, Saunders cried as one of his biggest dreams came true. Most NFL fans were introduced to Saunders during the broadcast of the draft through a short video clip of him that went viral on social media, a moment when his career and personal life intertwined. Saunders, listed at 6-foot and 324 pounds, celebrated Yaya’s labor after one of the Senior Bowl practices by performing a running backflip, which surprised and amazed everyone on the field. 70


Saunders has been called an athletic freak, a generational talent, and was last labeled as perhaps the next Aaron Donald, the Los Angeles Rams’ star defensive tackle who has won the NFL’s last two Defensive Player of the Year Awards. Every NFL player is blessed with athletic gifts, yet some players among the elite group astonish their peers with their all-around superior skills. Saunders, at every level of competition, has been told he’s one of those athletes. Saunders’ path to the NFL began in Chesterfield, Mo., a suburb of St. Louis. The stories of his legendary athletic feats are aplenty — tales that follow a typical pattern for Saunders: Coaches and opponents are usually giddy to recount his dominance. “I do get a lot of positive confirmation,” he said. Mark Goldenberg knows an argument can be made that Saunders’ best position in high school wasn’t defensive tackle. Goldenberg, the longtime coach at Parkway Central High in Chesterfield, led the Colts to the 2013 Class 5A state championship game in part because he had Saunders playing on both defense and offense. And no, Goldenberg did just the opposite of having Saunders, who weighed 285 pounds at the time, put his hand on the ground as one of the Colts’ offensive linemen. Goldenberg gave Saunders the ball. Similar to most young players, Saunders loved the feeling of running with the ball when he started playing the sport as a 9-year-old. As he grew and became older, Saunders knew his natural position would be on the defensive line. But as a sophomore at Parkway Central, Saunders started to convince Goldenberg he should get an opportunity on offense. The two agreed to a deal: If Saunders dominated the line of scrimmage on defense — a sack, stuffing a running lane on short yardage or creating a turnover — Goldenberg would call plays for him. “He’s kind of a once-in-a-generation guy,” said Goldenberg, who has coached for more than 30 years. “He could throw the ball 50 yards in the air. He could punt, so we created a whole bunch of punt fakes with him as the upback. In high school, he was stronger and bigger than everybody.” As a fullback, Saunders was also faster than just about everyone. For the 2013 season, Goldenberg redesigned the Colts’ offense to enhance what he called the team’s “580 package,” which was the combined weight of his two ball carriers in Saunders and Michael Slater, his close friend. Parkway Central’s first game that season was against Ladue Horton Watkins High, a local rival. “That was a big game for me,” said Malcolm Davis, who was a junior middle linebacker for Ladue. “Those guys were all-world. Our coach really humbled us that week in practice. We did a lot of extra running and a lot of pursuit drills because that’s really all you can do to tackle (Saunders). We had a good game plan, but they got the better of us.” Parkway Central won, 41-10, and Saunders was the game’s brightest star. He scored three rushing touchdowns and intimidated Ladue’s defenders throughout. On one touchdown, Saunders broke three tackles on a run between the tackles then sprinted away from a cornerback before reaching the end zone. Another play featured Saunders breaking two tackles near the line of scrimmage, hurdling two diving defenders in the open field and stiffarming a safety on a 30-yard touchdown run. On defense, Saunders recorded a sack, too. Jack Fox, Ladue’s junior punter, kicker and backup quarterback that season, didn’t play in the game. But Fox was mesmerized watching Saunders from the sidelines. 71


“They might have called him a fullback, but he basically played halfback against us,” Fox said of Saunders. “And you know, the first game of the season, everybody is a little bit more timid than normal. But we’re playing against a 280-pound running back. I’ve never seen somebody that’s that big and moves well. “He probably ran like a 4.8 (40-yard dash), which is fast in high school. I’m sure he did some good things on defense, too. I just didn’t even notice him on defense because he did so much stuff on offense that was just insane.” Davis and Fox agree Saunders’ best play from that game wasn’t one of his touchdowns. Goldenberg, as a traditional coach, enjoyed having the Colts run the ball a ton to create the perfect opportunities for short passes. Once Goldenberg understood Saunders had the best hands on the team — “Unbelievable hands,” Goldenberg said — he created the play “20-series bootleg,” in which the fullback is the first passing option in the flat. “He just loved that play,” Goldenberg said. “It was absolutely lethal, an easy throw to get him the ball with momentum. Good things happened.” Against Ladue, Parkway Central ran the play-action bootleg pass and Saunders was Davis’ primary responsibility on the 2nd-and-18 play. “I was never really the best at pass-drops,” said Davis, who went on to play at Dickinson College. “I knew I had safety help over the top, so I took what I thought was a semi-good drop. The next thing you know, the quarterback overthrows him.” But Saunders leaped and extended his left hand. “Khalen made a freakish catch,” Davis said, which resulted in a 39-yard reception. In the regular season, the Colts lost only one game. Goldenberg compared Saunders’ season and ability to that of Christian Okoye, the former Chiefs star running back who was a two-time Pro Bowler. Although Saunders’ complete season statistics are unavailable from his senior season, he scored at least nine touchdowns, five sacks and one interception — also on a onehanded catch — according to his highlight video from Hudl.com: Former Kirkwood (Mo.) High School coach Matt Irvin told Goldenberg he wanted to change all of his team’s blocking schemes after seeing how much damage Saunders inflicted. A coach from Rockwood Summit High told Goldenberg his defense would go at Saunders’ legs in order to tackle him. After the game, the Colts cherished the multiple plays in which Saunders jumped over defenders en route to another victory. “For him to take that much of a beating on offense and then turn around and make an impact on defense is just truly magnificent,” Davis said. “I was pretty confident that he would go to the NFL.” Saunders’ best game that season was in the state semifinals against Webster Groves (Mo.) High, the team that defeated the Colts earlier in the season. In the first half, Slater, who amassed 16 touchdowns that season, sustained an injury that forced him to miss the rest of the game. “At halftime, Khalen made a passionate ‘We can do this!’ speech,” said Goldenberg, who became emotional when retelling the story. “He carried us to the state championship. I mean, he physically carried us because we gave him the ball a bunch of times.”

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Saunders responded, scoring three touchdowns in the second half to lead the Colts to a 42-21 victory. Running with fury, Saunders broke five tackles on one play then carried more than half of Webster Groves’ defense on another play for a 10-yard gain. On his final touchdown, Saunders stiff-armed two defenders and ran past a third for a 28-yard rushing score. On defense, Saunders recorded multiple tackles behind the line of scrimmage and collected a sack. Even after that game, few college coaches express interest in Saunders because he wasn’t considered tall enough. Goldenberg told recruiters Saunders did everything to help the Colts win as a leader, athlete and an intelligent young man. Goldenberg, to prove a point, explained to coaches how Saunders’ abilities as a math student and as a musician who can play the piano by ear were a testament to his work ethic and desire not to fail. The only FCS program to offer Saunders a scholarship was Western Illinois. Similar to how he was convinced, Goldenberg was sure Saunders was going to prove to everyone in college football that he deserved an opportunity to play in the NFL. “I came from an underdog university,” Saunders said, “so I’ll always have that mentality.” After Aug. 31, 2013, the day Parkway Central crushed Ladue, Jack Fox has kept up with Saunders’ career. Fox followed Parkway Central’s season, laughing and shaking his head each time he watched Saunders’ highlights. When Fox googled him a few years ago, he wondered why Saunders didn’t go to a bigger school than Western Illinois. But Fox saw that Saunders was doing well, having been named a second-team All-American after leading the Leathernecks last season with 7.5 sacks. Saunders’ best plays at Western Illinois resembled what he accomplished in high school — his quickness at the snap, his sharp spin moves that led to sacks and even a couple red-zone touchdowns. In the victory over Youngstown State last season, the Leathernecks ran a play almost identical to “20-series bootleg.” As the fullback, Saunders ran his route into the flat and made a leaping 3-yard touchdown catch with a cornerback guarding him. When Saunders executed his famous backflip at the Senior Bowl, Fox was one of the people from the St. Louis area who wasn’t surprised. “I sent it to all my friends back in high school on our big group chat,” Fox said. “They were like, ‘Who’s this guy?!’ I then sent them the Hudl video. My friends now text me and ask me what kind of guy he is, like, ‘Is he still that athletic?!’” Fox was eager to find the answer since his career and Saunders’ have intersected again — this time as teammates with the Chiefs. Less than a week after the Chiefs selected Saunders in the draft, the team signed Fox, who became one of the best punters in the country at Rice, as an undrafted free agent. Fox and Saunders enjoyed reminiscing about their lone game against each other in 2013 during the Chiefs’ rookie minicamp in early May. “I told him he beat our asses and there was nothing we could’ve done about it,” Fox said. “He’s a really nice guy, and he was laughing about it.” Fox also mentioned he was glad he became Ladue’s starting quarterback as a senior in 2014, when Saunders had already graduated from Parkway Central. Without Saunders disrupting the backfield, Fox led the Rams to a victory over the Colts.

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“It’s always fun to relive those moments, especially from another viewpoint,” Saunders said of Fox. “He was just like, ‘You were one of the craziest high school players we ever played.’” Saunders understands his athleticism and Goldenberg’s willingness to play him at multiple positions in high school helped him get comfortable in finding unconventional ways to perform well as an undersized defensive tackle. Playing a lot of snaps early at Western Illinois gave Saunders the opportunity to see different styles and approaches from offensive linemen. Such reps, along with studying film of Donald — “One of my biggest inspirations,” he said — developed and better polished the techniques of his moves, which he knows will be critical to his success in the NFL. But people who knew Saunders from high school have fun asking him a tough question: Is it more fun to run the ball toward the end zone or chase a quarterback for a sack? “If I can be untouched going to the quarterback, then of course that’s the goal,” Saunders said smiling. “That leads to less injuries and more sacks. I definitely like to be untouched.” In their first chat this spring, Saunders asked Fox to do him a favor. He wanted Fox to help tell the Chiefs’ coaching staff that he can still run the ball. Fox did his best during the team’s offseason practices this summer, even though the specialists usually do their work on a separate field from the rest of the team. Fox explained to Dave Toub, the Chiefs’ special-teams guru, that Saunders could be a surprise option on a fake punt or fake field goal. Fox also shared stories of Saunders’ legendary exploits in high school — the moments when he stiff-armed a defender, hurdled another defender and then ran over another defender in the same play — with kicker Harrison Butker, long-snapper James Winchester and punter Dustin Colquitt. A few times during the practices, Fox turned his head toward the Chiefs’ defense to see what Saunders was doing. “He was so fun to watch,” Fox said. “I wish I could see him play running back again, honestly.”

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(Darwin Thompson) ‘A perfect situation for me’: Sixth-round pick Darwin Thompson’s versatility makes him a good fit in Chiefs’ offense Nate Taylor May 3, 2019 The Athletic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Think of Darwin Thompson as a compact rock with a football. Thompson is a different type of running back for the Kansas City Chiefs, a style of runner they haven’t had the past few seasons. Listed at 5-foot-8 and 200 pounds, Thompson could be a multi-dimensional playmaker used in a number of ways: as a conventional between-the-tackles back, a matchup advantage in space on the perimeter, a return man on special teams or another gadget player for coach Andy Reid. Entering last week’s NFL Draft, the Chiefs wanted to select a running back. General manager Brett Veach waited until the sixth round (214th pick) to select the Utah State product. On the initial assessment, Thompson fits many of Reid’s and Veach’s requirements. He protects the ball — he had zero fumbles last season at Utah State — and can be an additional receiver out of the backfield, which Reid values. For Veach, Thompson is a determined prospect who has always demonstrated his talents when given the opportunity. When Thompson received a phone call from the Chiefs on Saturday saying the team had picked him, he couldn’t believe his professional career will start with Reid, the league’s reigning MVP in quarterback Patrick Mahomes and an offense that last season scored the most points in franchise history. “It’s a perfect situation for me, my family, just the offense, everything,” Thompson said. “It’s a perfect fit. I’m a versatile player. I can be plugged anywhere. I’m blessed with this position.” At Utah State, Thompson’s play was undeniable. He recorded 1,044 rushing yards on just 153 attempts for an impressive 6.8 yards-per-carry average. He also flashed as a route runner in gaining 351 receiving yards on 23 receptions. In only one season at Utah State, Thompson scored 16 total touchdowns, and his production was consistent throughout the team’s 13 games. “He is a big-play threat,” said Trey Koziol, one of the Chiefs’ national scouts. “It is a little bit different than what we had (at running back last season), so it gives us a bit of a different dimension in terms of the passing game and guys who can operate in space, too.” Thompson will get his first glimpse of Reid’s vast playbook this weekend when the Chiefs hold their three-day rookie minicamp. He’s eager to learn after he met with the coaching staff during a predraft visit last month. Whether talking about the position with assistant coach Deland McCullough or getting motivational advice from offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, Thompson was able to identify himself with Reid’s staff for one reason: He believes they are all fighters. 75


“I can see myself growing (in Kansas City),” Thompson said. “They’re going to push me to grow, not only as a football player but as a man. Once I saw that, it really blew me away how much I related to those guys. “All my life, I’ve been the underdog. In this situation, I’m just coming in with a bigger chip on my shoulder.” Before his unconventional college career, Thompson was a valuable contributor at Jenks (Okla.) High School. As a senior, Thompson recorded 942 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns to help the Trojans win the Class 6A-1 state championship. But his offers were limited. So Thompson went to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, a junior college in Miami, Okla., where he was redshirted his first year. In two seasons at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, Thompson scored 17 touchdowns, distinguishing himself as one of the best offensive players in the country. Koziol was intrigued when he learned Thompson was transferring to Utah State. Koziol, before his promotion last year, was a West Coast scout who built relationships with Utah State’s coaching staff. In his year-long evaluation, Koziol watched how dedicated Thompson was to his craft in his final collegiate year. Koziol said Thompson, who is close to graduating, loved three things while at Utah State: football, his academics and his teammates. “This is an outstanding person,” Koziol said. “This is a really, really driven kid. He’s a guy who’s really had to earn everything. I think those are the kind of guys you like having because he’s on a mission to succeed.” At Utah State’s pro day in March, Thompson ran his 40-yard dash in 4.50 seconds. He benchpressed 225 pounds 28 times, an exceptional feat which led all of the prospects from the pro day. “He’s not the biggest guy, but he’s rocked up,” Veach said of Thompson earlier this week in a teleconference. “He looks like a bodybuilder with his shirt off. He has great contact balance, yards after contact, for a small guy. It’s really remarkable to see him always keep that ball forward, and he’s always finishing runs moving forward. He is tough, he can do some things out of the backfield, and I think Coach Reid and the offensive staff are going to have a lot of fun with him.” Contrary to other teams, Veach said he and his staff had Thompson graded as a higher prospect on their value board than a sixth-round selection. The Chiefs were optimistic they could gain a valuable prospect late in the draft, but Veach took a calculated gamble with the team’s two picks in the sixth round. With the 201st pick, the Chiefs selected Rashad Fenton, a solid cornerback from South Carolina who can add depth to a thin position group. After selecting Fenton, Veach said he called several teams between the 201st pick and the 214th pick to offer a trade that would allow the Chiefs to move up to select Thompson. A deal was never reached, but Veach said the Chiefs benefited in another way. “I was looking at all these teams, and they’d taken a running back earlier in the draft, so I was like, ‘I think we might be OK here,’” Veach said. “He’s a really exciting player. That was the guy our eyes immediately went to. Again, surprisingly very good in between the tackles.” When asked to compare Thompson to a proven veteran, Veach chose Dion Lewis, the 5-foot-8, 195-pound back for the Tennessee Titans. Thompson said he emulated the running style of Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman, who is 5-foot-8 and 206 pounds. 76


The Chiefs will be thrilled if Thompson can have a career similar to Lewis or Freeman. When training camp begins in July, Thompson will learn from veterans in Damien Williams, Carlos Hyde and second-year player Darrel Williams. As a player selected in the sixth round, Thompson felt his introduction into the NFL is somewhat familiar to his start in college. He plans to run the ball with low pads, to evade the first defender, to excel in any role, to build chemistry with Mahomes and to be the next successful small skill player under Reid. He wants to improve his reputation from being an underrated prospect to a valuable offensive weapon at the sport’s highest level. “I’m not a vocal leader,” he said. “I lead by example. So from this point forward, there’s not much I will say about it. But I’ll prove my worth.”

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(Damien Williams) After years as a backup, Damien Williams begins new chapter as the Chiefs’ lead running back Nate Taylor June 10, 2019 The Athletic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Before his sophomore season at Arizona Western, Damien Williams knew he was probably the most talented player on the Matadors’ roster. The coaches at Arizona Western knew, too. Williams was the clear starting running back entering the 2011 season and got a lot of work, scoring 30 total touchdowns, leading the Matadors to the NJCAA championship game as a first-team All-American. Williams then transferred from Arizona Western to Oklahoma in 2012, beginning a seven-year football odyssey during which he was always considered the “other guy,” a backup or just a situational player. Williams shared rushing attempts with Brennan Clay as a Sooner. As an undrafted NFL player, Williams served the Miami Dolphins as a utility option for four years until he sustained a left shoulder injury in 2017 that required offseason surgery. The Chiefs signed Williams last year to add additional depth at the position, and a year later, Williams is just one of two players at the position that the Chiefs have retained. Williams has outperformed expectations during his time with the Chiefs — as a veteran on special teams, a third-down back, a conventional backup and as a spot starter — which has led him to be the team’s projected starter for the upcoming season, a first since his days at Arizona Western. “It means a lot because (your professional journey) starts somewhere,” he said last week. “I laid a foundation down in Miami of my character. People talk (in the league), and it got around here what type of person I am. I have a lot of grit and determination.” One reason the Chiefs have faith in Williams is because of his consistency as a worker. Despite the team’s early concerns about his shoulder, Williams was the healthiest running back during training camp last year. He proved to have the best hands of the group, too, and his performance improved as his snaps increased, which occurred in the final four games of the regular season after the Chiefs swiftly released Kareem Hunt. Williams became the Chiefs’ starter midway through their comeback, overtime victory over the Baltimore Ravens when Spencer Ware sustained a strained right hamstring injury. Williams responded to his opportunity by scoring the game-tying touchdown pass from quarterback Patrick Mahomes in the final minute of regulation. In the next two games, Williams recorded more than 100 all-purpose yards, including three touchdowns. “We expect him to excel,” offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy said last month of Williams. “Obviously, just like with any other position, if something was to happen, knock on wood, you want the next man to step up. We always coach our starters not to allow anyone to take their

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job. But we also understand the importance of coaching our backup players to take their job and be ready when that opportunity presents itself.” Williams was rewarded by the Chiefs in late December when he signed a two-year contract extension worth a maximum of $8.1 million if he accomplishes all of the deal’s incentives. In the playoffs, Williams showed his toughness. He recorded a career-high 129 rushing yards and a touchdown in the divisional-round victory over the Indianapolis Colts. Against the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game, Williams was an essential part of the Chiefs forcing the game into overtime by scoring three touchdowns after halftime. “The way he’s able to run the ball between the tackles but can still catch it out of the backfield, not a lot of running backs can do that at the high level that he’s doing that,” Mahomes said of Williams. “Being in the offense another year, he’s really starting to understand every aspect of it. I think he’s just going to keep getting better and better each and every year.” Since then, Williams said he has approached his repetitions with the first-team offense during the Chiefs’ voluntary offseason practices as if his name wasn’t at the top of the depth chart. “Nothing changes at all,” he said, later adding, “I just like to win.” Perhaps the largest test for Williams in his increased role in the Chiefs’ prolific offense this season will be his durability. Entering his sixth year in the league, Williams has never had more than 50 rushing attempts in a season. The most receptions he has recorded in a season is 23. But Williams, listed at 5-foot-11 and 224 pounds, is slightly bulkier than his predecessor, Hunt, who is listed at 5-foot-11 and 216 pounds. During coach Andy Reid’s previous six seasons with the Chiefs, the team’s primary running back has recorded at least 160 rushing attempts and has averaged 40.3 receptions. “There’s a certain challenge that comes with that,” Reid said last week of Williams. “That’s a tough position to play. You have to prepare yourself on and off the field, and he’s taken that challenge.” The Chiefs, in the past couple years, have played their best on offense when their running back can do everything — rushing, pass-blocking, route running and receiving — well. Reid and Bieniemy have utilized the team’s nine organized practices to see how they can create more advantageous mismatches in space with Williams as a fourth or fifth receiver on the perimeter. A year ago, Reid and Bieniemy were trying to figure out how Williams best fit into the playbook. Back then, Williams was behind Hunt, Ware and Charcandrick West when training camp began. But when the Chiefs arrive at Missouri Western State in St. Joseph, Mo., in July for camp, Reid and Bieniemy will have adjusted and molded the playbook with the intent of making Williams more dynamic. “It’s a very complicated offense that Andy and E.B. put together,” Williams said. “They just want to see how far they can push you and see where you can go. I’m being more involved in the offense, not just in the backfield. I’m doing things out wide and being put in different positions, making the uncomfortable comfortable.” As a self-described fighter, Williams knows that keeping his job at such a volatile position this season might be just as difficult as it was convincing his coaches he deserved the opportunity. He wants to keep impressing Reid and Bieniemy. Reid, a master of maximizing the talents of various running backs, will give the ball to Williams plenty this season. He has updated certain screen passes to showcase Williams’ elusiveness. 79


Pass-protection drills involving Williams in camp will be fun for Reid to watch. Reid, though, is most eager to see if Williams can harness the excitement from his new stature with the Chiefs and his knowledge from past experiences to yield the best season of his career. “He wants to do this thing, and he’s earned the right to be that guy,” Reid said. “Now it’s a matter of production. You’ve got to go do it.”

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(Travis Kelce) After three years of pain, Chiefs’ Travis Kelce says ankle is finally ’100 percent’ Brooke Pryor July 24, 2019 KC Star

Helmet in hand and fellow tight end Deon Yelder at his side, Travis Kelce ambled down the green-carpeted hill to the practice fields at Missouri Western on Wednesday morning. He’s been on plenty of fields this offseason, but this time was different. This time, the hat he’d been wearing on the field at OTAs and minicamp in Kansas City was gone. He was sporting a red No. 87 practice jersey and cleats instead of the sweats and sneakers he usually wore throughout his spring on the sideline. Less than five months removed from a cleanup surgery on his left ankle that’s bothered him for nearly three years, Kelce participated in his first team practice since the season ended. “Man, it’s just good to get a sweat, take the visor off and put a helmet on, get out there and start running around,” he said. “As the role that I had in the offseason, being a player-coach, it’s a lot easier to be on the field leading by example than to just talk about it. “It doesn’t matter how much credibility you’ve got on your resume or what you’ve done in the past, until you go out there and you really go through the motions, you show the effort, you show the excitement to be out there with the guys, it’s just never the same. Today was a good day to go out there.” Kelce wasn’t the only one excited about his return to the practice field. When he reached the bottom of the hill and began to walk across white-lined grass, Kelce was enveloped by Patrick Mahomes. The quarterback playfully leaped on his teammate’s back, hanging there for a few seconds before sliding off and shaking Kelce’s hand.

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“Having Kelce back out there is going to be fun,” Mahomes said a day earlier. Mahomes went right to one of his favorite targets when the team began 7-on-7 drills during Wednesday’s practice. His first pass went to Kelce, and later in 11-on-11 work, Mahomes opened the new drill in the same way. “He did a nice job,” coach Andy Reid said. “We were easing him back in. But I thought he moved around well. I didn’t see anything lingering for the surgery.” Having Kelce out there was more than just fun for Mahomes, it was also beneficial for the younger corps of tight ends vying for a roster spot. Though the Chiefs have depth with eight tight ends on the roster, Kelce is the most experienced at the position by a significant margin. His return to practice bolsters the group as he helps bring along younger players like rookie John Lovett. “They’ve got somebody with Kelce that’s been there to talk to and see how it’s done,” Reid said. “Kelce is good with sharing that stuff.” There wasn’t one moment or one injury during the previous season that led to Kelce’s decision to have the ankle surgery this offseason. Instead, it was an accumulation of ankle rolls and weakness over the last couple of seasons that took a toll. “I wouldn’t say it bothered me to the point that it hindered my game, it’s just something that was nagging really Monday and Tuesday was where it really got me the most,” he said. “And then sometimes here and there in practice, I’d roll my ankle just because of how loose the joint was.” Though Kelce’s surgery was relatively minor — a procedure performed to tighten the ligaments and stabilize the joints associated with the ankle — his recovery wasn’t swift. Kelce was unable to run for three months, something that challenged and frustrated the Pro Bowl tight end. “That was the hardest thing, to get through that soreness, and I’m still getting through the soreness and fatigue and all that stuff,” Kelce said. “But just building the muscles back to what they used to be, now that the ankle is as stable as it needs to be.” Kelce’s ankle already passed one major test.

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The tight end recently took a trip to Turks and Caicos with some of his teammates, including Mahomes. As the group ran routes in the sand, catching passes from Mahomes, Kelce awkwardly stepped in the uneven and ever-shifting sand. But the pain that would’ve been instantaneous a year ago never came. “Last year or two years ago, that thing would’ve just rolled out and I would’ve been sitting watching guys catch routes on the beach instead of actually getting out there and doing it myself,” Kelce said. And now, after an offseason of doing plenty of route-watching, he’ll have even more opportunities to run the routes himself.

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(Travis Kelce) Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce attends wedding of deserving fans AOL Editors July 22, 2019 AOL.com

Rumor has it that if you send a wedding invite to Oprah, Mickey and Minnie Mouse or Queen Elizabeth, you'll receive a returned RSVP that may even include a small gift or a personalized note.

Of course, the odds of your favorite celebrity actually attending your nuptials are slim â&#x20AC;&#x201C; unless you're Kansas City Chiefs fans Matt and Taylor Hubbard.

The Hubbards were selected as the winners of one of the NFL's "Experiences of a Lifetime" in honor of the league's 100th season. The couple applied to have the Chiefs' superstar tight end Travis Kelce attend their wedding ceremony and reception, and the stars aligned perfectly. "The only time I had any interaction with them [before the wedding] was the video I sent letting them know I was going to be at their wedding and that they had won the contest for the NFL 100," Kelce told AOL.com of the Hubbards. "I lucked out because it was an absolutely unbelievable wedding and an unbelievable crew." Part of Taylor Hubbard's pitch to the NFL was her family's long history of being Chiefs season ticket holders. Her grandmother, Grandma Donna, is what Taylor calls a "professional tailgater" and jumped at the chance to dance with Kelce, a self-proclaimed "freestyler," at the reception.

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"It was really cool to feel how much she loved the Chiefs," Kelce, said of Grandma Donna. "You could just feel how long she's been a Chiefs fan, how much it meant to her as a person to meet a Chiefs player."

Other than the time he spent with fans, Kelce said his favorite part of the wedding was cutting the special Chiefs cake provided for the Hubbards â&#x20AC;&#x201C; though he's sure his future wife is going to have some feelings about his partaking in such a tradition before his own wedding.

The NFL will also be treating the Hubbards and their wedding party to a game at the Bud Lite Suite at Arrowhead Stadium this preseason, and Kelce said he hopes to "score a few touchdowns for them" when they're there.

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(Patrick Mahomes) Mahomes launches ’15 and the Mahomies’ charity on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Monday Brooke Pryor April 1, 2019 KC Star

Patrick Mahomes used his appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to launch his charitable foundation, “15 and the Mahomies,” on Monday night. “It’s a foundation that’s designed all around kids, kids from either under-served communities that don’t have the same opportunities I had when I was young, or kids that are in the hospital who have chronic illnesses or have suffered major injuries,” Mahomes told Fallon. “Because those kids are the ones that train harder than me by 100 times every single day, and I want to make sure I can give back to them in any shape and any way in order to give them the resources they need to have an amazing life.” The organization has been in the works for quite a while, but Mahomes’ management team wanted to wait until the offseason to launch it. “The mission is to enhance the lives of children,” said Leigh Steinberg, Mahomes’ agent, in a January interview with The Star. “This takes many different forms, whether it’s children’s health, whether it’s underprivileged children, but making a contribution to the next generation.” Steinberg told The Star the the organization would have an advisory board of leading political and business figures in the area and be set up as a pass-through foundation that would raise money and make grants to organizations doing charitable work in the community. The foundation’s website lists “15 for 15” as its signature program, one that will support 15 youth initiatives that, “focus on academics, science, the arts, classroom supplies, athletics, children with disabilities, after-school programs and more.” The reigning NFL MVP showed a dedication to community service during the season, too, with gestures such as a visit to KU Med and an an afternoon building homes for veterans with the Veterans Community Project. 86


“You have with him a really special young man who aspires to be a role model, wants to make a difference in the world, is very sensitive to the feelings of others, is very, very bright and very giving,” Steinberg said. Mahomes’ agent is plenty familiar with the Kansas City community. He previously represented such Chiefs as Brad Budde, Derrick Thomas and Tony Gonzalez. Steinberg worked with all of them to launch their own charitable organizations in Kansas City during their tenure with the Chiefs. “One of the benefits here is that I had my first draft pick in Kansas City in 1977,” Steinberg said. “And got to know the community through these players really well, especially with involvement in (Derrick Thomas’ organization) Third and Long and all the rest of it.” Mahomes briefly chatted with Fallon about his first year with the Chiefs — learning from Alex Smith in 2017 — and his conversation with New England Patriots QB Tom Brady after the Chiefs AFC Championship Game loss at Arrowhead Stadium in January. Of Smith, Mahomes said, “I was blessed to be put in that situation to have Alex Smith in front of me. The greatest dude, the greatest person ...”

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(Byron Pringle) Byron Pringle is staying positive as ever, even as he fights for a Chiefs roster spot Greg Woods August 6, 2019 KC Star

Take a look at Byron Pringle’s last 18 months and you’d forgive him if he ever gets down on himself. The Chiefs wide receiver has been through quite a bit. On the first day of 2018, Pringle announced his decision to forgo his final season at Kansas State, where he shined as the Wildcats’ best receiver, and declare himself eligible for the NFL Draft. Pringle was 24 and the father of one, so the move made sense. TOP ARTICLES Four months later, the draft had come and gone ... and Pringle’s name was not called. He signed with the Kansas City Chiefs as a free agent and remained in the mix when August rolled around and the Chiefs kicked off their preseason schedule. Through their first three games, Pringle caught two balls for a total of 25 yards. But in his fourth and final contest, Pringle had racked up four receptions for 122 yards. Then, disaster struck. Pringle left the game, a 33-21 win over the Green Bay Packers, with a hamstring injury. It sidelined him for the entire 2018 season. Damn, Pringle thought to himself. My opportunity is gone. That wasn’t the case, because the Chiefs saw enough potential in Pringle to slide him over to the injured-reserve list and keep him around, but even now, he’s fighting for a roster spot as the 2019 preseason looms. 88


So surely he gets down sometimes. Right? “It’s hard for me to get down. I always attack every day with a positive mindset,” Pringle said after the Chiefs’ Monday practice. “I don’t get down. I get down when I start missing my sons, but other than that, I don’t get down.” In short, that’s Pringle: positive, energetic and determined, with enough NFL potential to match the mindset he preaches so enthusiastically. It starts with his athleticism. First off, he stands 6-foot-2, which doesn’t sound like anything notable until you consider the other parts of Pringle’s appeal: He runs a 4.46-second 40-yard dash, and he’s strong for his position. Both attributes helped Pringle stand out in his two years at K-State, and the latter is what Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he’s noticed as training camp marches on. “I like what he’s doing. We’ve expanded his role, so you’ll see him mixed in there, rotating him in,” Reid said. “So just getting back into the flow of things, coming off an injury. … He had good OTAs, and now he’s picking up from there, where it’s live and you’re going 100 miles an hour. I think he’s doing a good job. Strong. Strong player.” Pringle will tell you he’s gotten to know all the Chiefs wideouts: Tyreek Hill and Gehrig Dieter, Sammy Watkins and Demarcus Robinson, even Mecole Hardman and Cody Thompson, two rookies. They’re a tight group, Pringle says, but that may be part of the trouble for players like Pringle, who don’t have a spot on the 53-man roster locked down — there’s just so many receivers. In the Chiefs’ first unofficial 2019 depth chart, released Sunday, Pringle was listed as the No. 6 wideout. That hardly solidifies Pringle’s place on the Week 1 depth chart, not in early August, but the Chiefs value him elsewhere on the field, too. Special teams coordinator Matt Taub said he likes Pringle as a returner of kicks and punts. “Pringle is a guy, a kick returner, that at the end of last year before he got hurt was really coming on,” Taub said. “He almost made the team before he got hurt. He is a guy that we are really going to look hard at.” 89


While Pringle isn’t among the specialists listed on the aforementioned depth chart, there’s some precedent here. Across his two years at K-State, Pringle became a two-time All-Big 12 kick returner, collecting more than 2,000 all-purpose yards as both a wide receiver and kick returner, and he finished second in school history in career yards per reception (19.64) and sixth in both career kickoff-return average (27.6) and total yards (1,076). Funny story, actually. Of the two kickoffs that Pringle returned for touchdowns in college, one came in October 2016, when K-State was hosting Texas Tech. In the second quarter, after the Wildcats grabbed a quick 24-21 lead, the Red Raiders responded with a rushing touchdown. The man responsible? Patrick Mahomes. The very next play, when Texas Tech kicked off, Mahomes watched from the sideline, hands hung on his chest pads, as Pringle darted and slipped through defenders and took the kickoff back 99 yards for a touchdown. Now, the two are teammates, Pringle a blossoming wide receiver and Mahomes an MVP quarterback. “It’s great catching from an MVP,” Pringle said. “It’s a great opportunity to even catch a ball from him. He hits you with the no-looks. You never know when that’s coming. You’ve got to be prepared.” For the uninitiated: Mahomes has been known to unfurl a no-look pass on occasion. He did last season, in a win over the Ravens, and that’s not to mention the other circus passes Mahomes gained attention for completing during his breakout 2018 season. Pringle experienced Mahomes’ wizardry firsthand this spring during OTAs when he snared a nolooker. “When I caught it,” Pringle said, “I was like, ‘Oh ... It really came to me.’ I caught it and ran with it. You’ve got to always have your eyes open.” Pringle may hail from Tampa, Florida, but he’s spent much of his football career in the state of Kansas.

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He spent the 2015 season at Butler Community College in El Dorado before he transferred to KState for the 2016 and 2017 seasons. There, he blossomed into a standout wide receiver in a Big 12 conference chock full of them. That’s also where he learned a few lessons that he’s used to ascend to the position he holds now. “It prepared me well,” Pringle said of K-State. “The communication, and being on time, and learning how to be a pro as well. At K-State, you’ve got to be accountable for a lot of things. That’s the main reason right there.” .@pringle_byron presented Bill Snyder with a signed football today, thanking him for his opportunity at @KStateFB.

Still, Pringle insists he doesn’t concern himself with the pattern. “As long I’m having the opportunity to play in the league, I’m happy,” he says. Besides, he’s trying to secure a roster spot. The positive approach, he says, has played an irreplaceable role along the way. “I’m just having a positive mindset, coming out here with a smile on my face,” Pringle said. “Just to be out here and have an opportunity every day to come and prove myself and get better each day.”

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(Darwin Thompson) Darwin Thompson just wanted to run into something. He did… the end zone. Blair Kerkhoff August 11, 2019 KC Star S

Darwin Thompson, among the team’s smallest players, was feeling pretty tall after the Chiefs’ 38-17 preseason opening victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. The smallest of the Chiefs’ running backs, Thompson got into the end zone on a 29-yard reception from Chase Litton in the third quarter and had one of the game’s highlight plays when he ran through a tackle on his way to a 9-yard gain. “I proved a little bit, I proved 5-8, 195 (pounds), I can play in the NFL,” Thompson said. “I can break tackles. I can do the same things I did in college. Let me build on top of that.” The building will continue. Thompson, the sixth-round draft selection in April who played one season at Utah State, has had a productive training camp. He remains behind three veterans on the depth chart but was the third running back in Saturday’s game because Damien Williams didn’t play because of injury. Thompson’s five rushing attempts were the most by a Chiefs player. He entered the game in the second quarter and on his fourth attempt ran out of the grasp of linebacker Germaine Pratt to get the Chiefs close to a first down. Early in the third quarter, he found the end zone. Thompson circled out of the backfield and took a short pass from LItton. Thompson was too quick for the covering linebacker and used his speed to finish the play. “I didn’t know it was coming to me,” Thompson said. “As soon as I broke off the linebacker, there it was. It was like it was in slow motion ... I was like, ‘Get going fast, take off now.’ As soon as I got the ball, you lift you knees. Somebody’s on your tail.”

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Starting quarterback Patrick Mahomes watched from the sideline and liked what he saw. “The explosiveness you see when he gets the ball in his hands, it’s special, it’s why he got drafted,” Mahomes said. “For him to be able to shake that defender in man-to-man coverage and make the catch and then run.” Andy Reid said he was especially eager to see Thompson against an opponent other than the Chiefs in training camp, where contact is limited. “It’s hard in camp because there are only a couple of days where we are live,” Reid said. “Getting in a game is important for that position. He got in ... and did a nice job running. He’s a viable receiver, so I thought all and all it was good.” Thompson, from Jenks, Okla., felt the same way. And as the pregame nerves began to bubble, he was happy to get things started. “When I first came in, I just wanted to run into something,” Thompson said. “Let me get that nerve out of the way.” Thompson did, and made the most of his first NFL opportunity.

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