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Another Week, Another Amazing Weekend for KC

Chiefs Continue to Dominate

Bob Fescoe
December 10, 2018 - 2:33 pm

Another exciting Sunday ends in a Chiefs win!  Even with the struggles they faced in the 2nd half on offense against the Ravens, they still made plays when they had to make plays.  The way the Chiefs won on Sunday was what seperates good teams from great teams.  Great teams pull those games out and the Chiefs are in that great category this year.  Lets take a look at how they did it against Baltimore

9- The Chiefs have won 9 straight games at home.  That is 4th best all time.  We have been talking about the Arrowhead mystique being a bit of a myth during the early part of this decade.  The mystique is back for the regular season.  Lets hope it continues thru the post season!  The record is 13 set back in the early 2000's.

14- The Chiefs are 14 points shy of breaking the all time record for points scored in a season back in 2003.  Two touchdowns on Thursday night against the Chargers will get this done and will make the 2018 team the best offense in Chiefs history.  It seems the Chiefs are ahead of the curve in the NFL and everyone else will spend the next few years trying to catch up to them!

4,300- Patrick Mahomes has 4,300 yards passing this season.  Remarkable.  Last year Alex Smith had 4,042 yards passing and we thought there would be no way Mahomes could match that number in his first full season.  He has smashed that number and with 3 games to go he is just 700 yards shy of 5,000.  There is a great chance he gets to that mark based on the fact that he gets about 300 yards per game.

77- Travis Kelce had 77 yards receiving on Sunday and that put him over 5,000 yards for his career.  He has 1,159 yards receiving this season which is tied for 9th most in a season in Chiefs history. Kelce is the first tight end in NFL history with 80+ receptions and 1,000+ receiving yards in three consecutive seasons in NFL history.

438- Dustin Colquitt owns the franchise record with 438 career punts inside the 20, the most by any punter in the NFL since he entered the league in 2005. He currently ranks fourth all-time in NFL history for most punts inside the 20 and needs two more to pass P Brad Maynard (439) for third most in league history.

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