10 Things To Know About the 10-Game Winning Streak

Interesting stats surrounding the longest streak in franchise history

  1. 10 games is the most games the Chiefs have ever won in a row. They have beat two AFC playoff teams during the streak (Broncos, Steelers).

  1. Tight end Tony Gonzalez was the Drum Honoree for the first game of the winning streak, a 23-13 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

  1. The Chiefs win against the Texans in Week 1 was the only 2015 victory not included in the streak.

  1. The offense has averaged 28.1 points and the defense has allowed an average of 12.8 points during the win streak.

  1. The streak included a sweep of all three road division games for the first time since the 1995 season (4-0 with Seattle still in the AFC West).

  1. The win streak is the longest in Andy Reid's 17-year NFL career as a head coach.

  1. The Chiefs are tied for the most touchdowns rushing (14 – Carolina, St. Louis) during the span.

  1. The Chiefs have only 7 turnovers during the win streak. That's tied for the second-least in the league during that span.

  1. Alex Smith has the best completion percentage (67.7 percent) and best passer rating (100.7) in the AFC during the span of the win streak.

  1. The Chiefs haven't lost since the Royals won the World Series.

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