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Chiefs Dominate Bengals in All Aspects of the Game

Rematch with Denver Awaits Sunday Afternoon

Bob Fescoe
October 22, 2018 - 3:14 pm

6-1!  Wow.  I don't think even the BIGGEST Chiefs fan would have this team at 6-1 after 7 games.  In fact, THE BIGGEST Chiefs fan, Missouri Governor Mike Parson didn't even think the team would be this good.  He joins us every Monday morning to talk about his favorite team and even he is SURPRISED!  So many offensive records continue to be broken by this team, so lets get right to the numbers that matter the most from Sunday's win.


200- Andy Reid now has 200 total wins.  To put that into perspective, he's 9th ALL TIME in NFL History in wins.  The guys ahead of him are some of the best of all time.  Names like Shula, Marty, Halas, Belichick, Landy and Lambeau rank above Reid.  He really is in some rare company. By the time the season is over, he could be the 6th winningest coach in NFL History.

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22- Patrick Mahomes has 22 touchdown passes thru 8 career games.  According to ESPN, that is an NFL record.  Kurt Warner, a hall of famer, had the record at 21.  Clearly by the transitive property, Mahomes is a Hall of Famer!

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2,223- Mahomes has thrown for 2,223 yards this season. Its the highest thru 7 games in franchise history. Mahomes passed QB Alex Smith’s previous record of 1,979 passing yards through Weeks 1-7 set in 2017.

213- Dustin Colquitt has played in 213 games as a Chief.  It's 2nd all time to Will Shields who played 224 games for KC.  However, Colquitt didn't punt once! It marks just the 3rd time in franchise history that's happened! The other two: vs. Carolina on Dec. 10, 2000 and at the Los Angeles Rams on Dec. 22, 1991.

5- Sunday Demetrius Harris hauled in a 17-yard touchdown pass.  The 5th of his career and 2nd of the 2018 season.  All of a sudden, Harris is a nice addition to this offense in the passing game!

Time to bury the Broncos on Sunday and improve to 7-1!  This winning stuff is fun!!!

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