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Postgame Facts and Stats

Facts and stats from Sunday's game against the Bills

BOWE AND CHARLES MOVE UP ALL-TIME SCRIMMAGE YARDS LIST: Bowe's 93 receiving yards on the day give him a total of 6,908 scrimmage yards in his career, moving him into sole possession of sixth place on the Chiefs all-time scrimmage yards chart. Charles' 98 rushing yards and 20 receiving yards gave him 118 scrimmage yards on the day for a total of 8,460 in his career, which moves him into second place on that list.

The Kansas City Chiefs visit the Buffalo Bills in week 10 of the 2014 season.


1.         TE       Tony Gonzalez            10,954 (Rec: 10,940, Rush: 14)

2.         RB       Jamaal Charles          8,460 (Rush: 6,258, Rec. 2,084)

3.         RB       Priest Holmes              8,447 (Rush: 6,070, Rec: 2,377)

4.         WR      Otis Taylor                   7,467 (Rec: 7,306, Rush: 161)

5.         RB       Larry Johnson             7,384 (Rush: 6,015, Rec: 1,369)

6.         WR      Dwayne Bowe            6,908 (Rec: 6,892, Rush: 16)

7.         RB       Ed Podolak                  6,907 (Rush: 4,451, Rec: 2,456)

8.         WR      Henry Marshall            6,802 (Rec: 6,545, Rush: 257)

9.         RB       Abner Haynes             6,553 (Rush: 3,814, Rec: 2,739)

10.       WR      Carlos Carson             6,431 (Rec: 6,360, Rush: 71)

BOWE NOTCHES SEASON-HIGH CATCHES AND YARDS:WR Dwayne Bowe had a season-high eight catches, totaling a season-high 93 yards in today's contest.

CHARLES SCORES ON SEASON-LONG RUN:RB Jamaal Charles ran in a season-long 39-yard rush for a touchdown giving him six rushing TDs and eight total TDs in 2014. The touchdown gives him 27 total TDs in the last two seasons to lead the NFL. 


1.     27            Jamaal Charles          Kansas City

2.     23            Jimmy Graham            New Orleans

3t.    22            Julius Thomas             Denver (Sunday afternoon game)

        22            Marshawn Lynch         Seattle (Sunday afternoon game)

5.     20            Demaryius Thomas     Denver (Sunday afternoon game)

SHERMAN MAKES BIG PLAY ON SPECIAL TEAMS:FB Anthony Sherman forced and recovered a fumble by CB Leodis McKelvin on a punt return in the fourth quarter. This was his second forced fumble on special teams this season. He forced a fumble on a kickoff return vs. Tennessee (9/7).

SMITH SCORES FIRST TOUCHDOWN OF THE SEASON: QB Alex Smith scored the game-winning touchdown and his first of the season on an eight-yard run in the fourth quarter, which marked his sixth career rushing TD and first since Oct. 20, 2013 vs. Houston. 

JENKINS CATCHES SEASON-LONG FROM SMITH: WR A.J. Jenkins caught a 27-yard pass from QB Alex Smith, marking a season-long reception.

PARKER FORCES FUMBLE AT GOAL LINE:CB Ron Parker forced a fumble by RB Bryce Brown, which was not recovered and then knocked out of the back of the end zone resulting in a touchback. This was his first forced fumble this season, second of his career.

Parker also had a career-high three passes defensed – two of which were recorded inside the red zone on four plays late in the fourth-quarter as the Bills attempted to score.

POE SACKS ORTON: DT Dontari Poe sacked Bills QB Kyle Orton for a loss of six yards, picking up his fourth sack this season (-14.5 yards). He has 8.5 sacks (-45.0 yards) in his three-year career.  

SANTOS CONTINUES STREAK:K Cairo Santos converted a 36-yard field in the game, giving him 10 consecutive field goals made, to push his season total to 12 of 14 (85.7%). He also converted two PATs in the contest for five total points. Santos has a team-high 61 points.

Santos' 12 made field goals places him in a tie for fourth for most field goals made by a rookie in a single season.


1.     25            Ryan Succop               2009

2.     21            Jan Stenerud               1967

3.     13            Jack Spikes                 1960

4t.   12            Cairo Santos              2014

        12            Tommy Brooker          1962

COLQUITT PUTS ONE INSIDE THE 20: P Dustin Colquitt booted eight punts for 368 yards (46.0 gross, 37.3 net), landing one punt inside the 20-yard line. Both numbers represent single-game highs dating back to Oct. 13, 2013 when Colquitt punted eight times for 392 yards vs. Oakland. His eight punts tie for the sixth-most in his career, and his 368 yards are tied for 12th-most in his career.

Colquitt has landed 19 of his 40 punts this season inside the 20-yard line. He has now landed 304 punts inside the 20-yard line in his career, the most in Chiefs history. His 304 punts inside the 20 rank 10th in NFL history for punts inside the 20-yard line. Colquitt's 304 punts inside the 20 are the second-most of any active NFL player behind Houston P Shane Lechler, who has 371.


1.     304          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.   304          Dustin Colquitt          2005-14*

*Active Players – Houston had its Bye Week 10.

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