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Chiefs vs. Raiders: Postgame Facts & Stats

Facts and stats from Thursday's game against the Raiders

HOUSTON NOTCHES 13TH SACK OF 2014: LB Justin Houston recorded 1.0 sack (-2.0 yards) of QB Derek Carr to give him 13.0 sacks (-51.0 yards) for the 2014 season, leading the NFL in that category. 


1.    13.0      Justin Houston     Kansas City

2.    10.5      Connor Barwin        Philadelphia

                   Elvin Dumervil         Baltimore

3.    10.0      Marcel Dareus         Buffalo

                   Von Miller                Denver

                   Mario Williams         Buffalo

Photos from the Chiefs Week 12 matchup against the Raiders

Houston now owns 39.5 sacks (-222.5 yards) for his career. He was the second-fastest player in team history to reach 30.0 career sacks, passing that plateau in 47 games. Pro Football Hall of Fame LB Derrick Thomas recorded 30.0 sacks in his first 31 games. His 39.5 sacks rank him ninth place in franchise history for most sacks. With 0.5 more sacks, he would become just the ninth player in franchise history to record 40.0 or more sacks. 


1.    126.5     Derrick Thomas       1989-99

2.    86.5       Neil Smith               1988-96

3.    77.5       Tamba Hali             2006-14

4.    73.0       Art Still                    1978-87

5.    51.0       Mike Bell                 1979-85, 1987-91

6.    44.5       Eric Hicks               1998-06

7.    43.0       Jared Allen              2004-07

8.    40.0       Bill Maas                 1984-92

9.    39.5       Justin Houston      2011-14

10   35.0       Wilbur Young           1973-77

CHARLES SCORES ON 30-YARD RECEPTION:RB Jamaal Charles hauled in a 30-yard pass from QB Alex Smith, giving him his third TD reception of the season and the 17th of his career. The 30-yard reception ties for his longest reception of the season. 

Charles had 122 combined yards from scrimmage (80 yards rushing; 42 yards receiving) tonight, giving him 10,006 career combined yards (rushing, receiving, returning) to rank third in franchise history. Tonight he became just the third Chiefs player to reach 10,000 combined yards in their career, joining KR/WR Dante Hall (12,356) and TE Tony Gonzalez (10,963).


1.       12,356          Dante Hall               2000-06

2.       10,963          Tony Gonzalez        1997-08

3.       10,006          Jamaal Charles      2008-14

4t.      8,447            Abner Haynes         1960-65

                              Priest Holmes         2001-07

COLQUITT PUTS FOUR INSIDE THE 20: P Dustin Colquitt booted seven punts for 297 yards (42.4 gross, 41.7 net), landing four punts inside the 20-yard line. His 69-yard punt marks a season long for the 2014 season and his longest punt since booming a 71-yarder at Oakland on Dec. 16, 2012. His four landing inside the 20-yard line tie his season-high.

Colquitt has landed 24 of his 49 punts this season inside the 20-yard line. He has now landed 309 punts inside the 20-yard line in his career, the most in Chiefs history. His 309 punts inside the 20 rank 10th in NFL history for punts inside the 20-yard line. He needs 10 more to pass Lee Johnson for ninth place in NFL history. Colquitt's 309 punts inside the 20 are the second-most of any active NFL player behind Houston P Shane Lechler, who has 371. 


1.    309        Dustin Colquitt      2005-14

2.    117        Louie Aguiar            1994-98

3.    62          Bryan Barker           1990-93

4.    58          Jim Arnold              1983-85

5.    54          Kelly Goodburn       1987-90


1.    554        Jeff Feagles            1988-09

2.    439        Brad Maynard         1997-11

3.    399        Craig Hentrich         1994-09

4.    381        Sean Landeta         1985-05

5.    373        Matt Turk                1995-11

6.    371        Shane Lechler         2000-14*

7.    326        Bryan Barker           1990-05

8.    322        Chris Gardocki        1991-06

9.    318        Lee Johnson           1985-02

10.  309        Dustin Colquitt      2005-14*

SANTOS CONTINUES STREAK:K Cairo Santos converted a 24-yard and a 25-yard field goal in the game, giving him 13 consecutive field goals made, pushing his season total to 15 of 17 (88.2%). He also converted two PATs in the contest for eight total points. Santos has a team-high 75 points and has converted a field goal in eight consecutive games.

Santos' 15 made field goals give him sole possession of third place for most field goals made by a rookie in a single season.* *



1.    25                    Ryan Succop          2009

2.    21                    Jan Stenerud          1967

3.    15                    Cairo Santos          2014

4.    13                    Jack Spikes            1960

5.    12                    Tommy Brooker      1962

DAVIS RANKS FIFTH IN KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE:RB Knile Davis returned two kickoffs 65 yards tonight, giving him a 29.0 kickoff return average on the season, which ranks fifth in the NFL in kickoff return average so far this season. His mark ranks fourth among AFC kick returners. 


Rk.     Player                              Team           Ret.    Yds.   Avg.   Long

1.       Adam Jones                       CIN              14      457     32.6    97

2.       Jacoby Jones                      BAL              20      634     31.7    108t

3.       Jarvis Landry                     MIA              21      655     31.2    74

4.       Benny Cunningham            STL              18      531     29.5    75

5.       Knile Davis                       KC               18      522     29.0    99t

SMITH RECORDS SEASON-LONG TD PASS: QB Alex Smith completed a 30-yard TD pass to RB Jamaal Charles to mark his longest TD connection in 2014. His two TD passes tonight mark his fourth multi-touchdown game this season and the 34th of his career.

FASANO SCORES 30TH CAREER TD:TE Anthony Fasano scored on a 19-yard pass from QB Alex Smith, marking his third TD this season, 30th career TD and sixth in two seasons in Kansas City.

HAMMOND SOLID ON PUNT RETURNS: WR Frankie Hammond Jr. had two punt returns for 48 yards. He also added one catch for seven yards.

ZOMBO RECOVERS FUMBLE ON SPECIAL TEAMS:LB Frank Zombo recovered a muffed punt, marking his second career fumble recovery on special teams. His last fumble recovery was vs. Cleveland (10/27/13).

MAUGA LEADS DEFENSE:LB Josh Mauga recorded 10 tackles (six solo), tying his season-high. He also added a pass defensed, giving him two on the season.

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