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Chiefs lost to the Seahawks 38-31

Chiefs must wait a week to clinch AFC West

Jay Binkley
December 23, 2018 - 9:03 pm
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The Kansas City Chiefs fall to the  Seattle Seahawks 38-31 Sunday night and must wait to clinch the AFC West and #1 seed against the Raiders.

-The Chiefs defense was bad again giving up 210 yards on the ground and they were dominated in time of possession 24:58 to 35.02.

Despited the loss several Chiefs and NFL record was set:

GAME STATS:

From Chiefs PR:

POSTGAME NOTES: CHIEFS VS. SEAHAWKS (12/23)

CHIEFS CROSS 500-POINT TOTAL FOR FIRST TIME: The Chiefs 31 points in tonight’s game gives Kansas City 530 points for the season, marking the first 500-point single-season total in franchise history.

CHIEFS RECORD BOOK

MOST POINTS, SEASON

Rank Points Year

1.       530     2018  

2.       484     2003

3.       483     2004

4.       467     2002

5.       448     1966

MAHOMES SETS CHIEFS ALL-TIME PASSING RECORD: With 273 yards in tonight’s game QB Patrick Mahomes has become Kansas City’s single-season all-time passing yards leader with 4,816 passing yards, passing QB Trent Green (4,591 yards in 2004).

CHIEFS RECORD BOOK                                                                                                                  

MOST PASSING YARDS, SEASON (ALL 4,000+)

1.       4,816            Patrick Mahomes   2018

2.       4,591            Trent Green            2004

3.       4,348            Bill Kenney              1983

4.       4,169            Elvis Grbac             2000

5.       4,042            Alex Smith               2017

MAHOMES EXTENDS FRANCHISE RECORDS: QB Patrick Mahomes completed 23 of 40 passes for 273 yards in tonight’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. Mahomes finished the game with three touchdown passes and a 103.4 passer rating. This marks his 12thgame of the season with a 100.0+ passer rating, the most in a single season in franchise history. His 48 touchdown passes this season are the most in a single-season in Chiefs history. Mahomes’ 48 touchdown passes through Week 16 are tied for the third-most by any quarterback in league history with QBs Tom Brady (48 in 2007) and Dan Marino (48 in 1984). Mahomes’ 48 touchdown passes this season rank tied for fourth in NFL history for single-season touchdown passes with QB Dan Marino (48 in 1984).

NFL RECORD BOOK

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES, FIRST 15 GAMES, SEASON

1.         51        Peyton Manning        2004

2.         49        Peyton Manning        2013

3t.        48        Patrick Mahomes     2018

48        Tom Brady                 2007

            48        Dan Marino                1984

          

Mahomes’ 31 touchdown passes during road games this season mark a new NFL record, passing QB Tom Brady who threw 29 touchdown passes during road games in the 2007 season.

NFL RECORD BOOK

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES, ROAD GAMES, SINGLE SEASON

1.         31        Patrick Mahomes    2018

2.         29        Tom Brady                2007

3.         28        Peyton Manning        2013

 

KELCE SETS CHIEFS TIGHT END RECEIVING RECORD: With 54 receiving yards on five receptions in tonight’s game TE Travis Kelce passed Chiefs Hall of Fame TE Tony Gonzalez (1,258 in 2004) for most receiving yards in a single season by a Chiefs tight end. Kelce has 98 receptions for 1,274 yards this season ranking first in receiving yards among tight ends and third in receptions among all pass catchers for a single-season behind Gonzalez (102 in 2004, 99 in 2007 & 96 in 2008) in franchise history. His 1,274 yards are the fifth-most receiving yards by any Chiefs player in a single season in club history.

CHIEFS RECORD BOOK

MOST RECEIVING YARDS, TIGHT END, SEASON

1.       1,274            Travis Kelce           2018

2.       1,258            Tony Gonzalez        2004

3.       1,203            Tony Gonzalez        2000

4.       1,172            Tony Gonzalez        2007

5.       1,125            Travis Kelce            2016

 

HILL MOVES UP THE RECORD BOOKS: With 74 yards in tonight’s game, WR Tyreek Hill passed WR Carlos Carson for second-most receiving yards in a single-season in Chiefs history. Hill has a career-high 1,378 yards this season and is 14 yards away from breaking the Chiefs single-season receiving yards record set by WR Derrick Alexander in 2000 (1,391).

CHIEFS RECORD BOOK

MOST RECEIVING YARDS, SEASON (ALL 1,000+)

1.       1,391  Derrick Alexander    2000

2.       1,378  Tyreek Hill             2018

3.       1,351  Carlos Carson         1983

4.       1,297  Otis Taylor              1966

5.       1,274  Travis Kelce           2018

SMITH AND WARD LOG FIRST START: Rookie CBs Tremon Smith and Charvaruis Ward both logged their first-career NFL starts in tonight’s game. Smith started the game as a third cornerback while Ward started at left cornerback. Smith finished the game with one pass defensed. Ward finished the game with eight tackles (seven solo) and one pass defensed.

BUTKER MAKES CAREER-LONG FIELD GOAL: K Harrison Butker made a career-long 54-yard field goal in tonight’s game. Butker has made six field goals of 50 or more yards since he entered the league in 2017, tying K Lawrence Tynes for fifth-most 50+ field goals in Chiefs history.

 

CHIEFS RECORD BOOK

MOST FIELD GOALS, 50 OR MORE YARDS, CAREER

1.       20       Nick Lowery            1980-93

2.       12       Jan Stenerud           1967-79

3.       9        Ryan Succop           2009-13

4.       7        Cairo Santos           2014-16

5t.      6        Harrison Butker     2017-18

6        Lawrence Tynes      2004-06

Butker Made three field goals and two extra points, good for 11 points in today’s game. Butker’s 11 points in today’s game gives him 132 points for the season, the fifth-most in Chiefs history.

CHIEFS RECORD BOOK

MOST POINTS, SEASON (125+)

1.       162     Priest Holmes          2003

2.       144     Priest Holmes          2002

3.       142     Harrison Butker       2017

4.       139     Nick Lowery            1990

5.       132     Harrison Butker     2018

HOUSTON DROPS WILSON: LB Justin Houston dropped QB Russell Wilson for a loss of three yards in tonight’s game. Houston has 7.5 sacks (-45.5 yards) this season and 77.0 sacks (-441.0 yards) for his career, the fourth-most in Chiefs history. Houston finished the game with three solo tackles, including two for a loss, and two quarterback hits to go along with his sack.

DAMIEN WILLIAMS GOES FOR 100, FINDS ENDZONE: RB Damien Williams rushed 13 times for 103 yards (7.9 avg.) in tonight’s game, giving him his first-career 100-yard rushing game and a single-game career-high in carries. He caught seven passes for 37 yards and scored his second receiving touchdown of the season, hauling in a two-yard touchdown pass from QB Patrick Mahomes. This marks Williams’ eighth receiving touchdown of his career and his 14th overall touchdown.

JONES SETS NFL CONSECUTIVE SACK RECORD: DL Chris Jones dropped QB Russell Wilson for 1.5 sacks (-11.5 yards) in tonight’s game. This marks Jones’ 11th-consecutive game with a sack and gives him a team-high 15.5 sacks (-122.0 yards) for the season. Jones is first player in NFL history to have a sack in at least 11 straight games, and extends his streak of consecutive games with a sack in the same season. Jones has 24.0 sacks (-183.0 yards) for his career. Jones finished the game with three tackles (two solo), including two for a loss and three quarterback hits in addition to his 1.5 sacks.

NFL RECORD BOOK

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES RECORDING A SACK

1.         11        Chris Jones, Kansas City              Oct. 7, 2018 – Dec. 23, 2018

2t.        10        Simon Fletcher, Denver                    Nov. 15, 1992 – Sept. 20, 1993

DeMarcus Ware, Dallas                    Dec. 16, 2007 – Oct. 19, 2008

FORD JOINS JONES TO TAKE DOWN WILSON: LB Dee Ford and DL Chris Jones dropped QB Russell Wilson for a loss of five yards. Ford has a career-high 12.0 sacks (-66.5 yards) this season and 29.5 sacks (-170.0 yards) for his career. Ford finished the game with seven tackles (three solo), including two for a loss and two quarterback hits to go along with his half-sack.

 

WEST HAULS IN TOUCHDOWN: RB Charcandrick West hauled in a 25-yard touchdown pass from QB Patrick Mahomes in tonight’s game. This marks West’s first touchdown of the season and his 13th career touchdown (seven rushing, six receiving). West finished the game with 37 receiving yards on two receptions and one rushing yard on one attempt and in addition to his touchdown.

 

ROBINSON FINDS THE ENDZONE: WR Demarcus Robinson hauled in an 11-yard touchdown pass from QB Patrick Mahomes in tonight’s game. This marks Robinson’s third touchdown of his career, all coming in the 2018 season. Robinson finished the game with 17 receiving yards on two receptions in addition to his touchdown.

 

COLQUITT RISES IN THE RECORD BOOKS: P Dustin Colquitt punted three times for 144 yards (48.0 avg., 43.7 net), landing one inside the 20-yard line in tonight’s game. His one punt inside the 20-yard line gives him 440 career punts inside the 20, passing P Brad Maynard (439) for third place on the NFL’s all-time punts inside the 20 list. Tonight’s game marked Colquitt’s 167th consecutive game played with the Chiefs, the fifth-longest streak in franchise history.

 

NFL RECORD BOOK

MOST PUNTS INSIDE THE 20

1.         554      Jeff Feagles               1988-09

2.         469      Shane Lechler           2000-17

3.         440      Dustin Colquitt        2005-18

4.         439      Brad Maynard            1997-11

5.         399      Craig Hentrich            1994-09

 

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