Postgame Facts and Stats

Facts and stats from Sunday's game against the Seahawks

REID IN HIS FIRST TWO YEARS LEADING THE CHIEFS:In his first two seasons as head coach of the Chiefs, Andy Reid has coached his team to an 18-8 record in the first 26 games. His 69.2 winning percentage is the top mark in franchise history for any coach in their first two seasons leading the club. Marty Schottenheimer is second on that list, leading his Chiefs teams to a 19-12-1 (60.9%) record in his first two seasons.

CHIEFS RECORD BOOKHIGHEST REGULAR SEASON WINNING PCT., COACH, FIRST TWO YEARS WITH TEAM

1.         69.2     Andy Reid                              2013-14

2.         60.9     Marty Schottenheimer            1989-90

3.         50.0     Hank Stram                            1960-61

                        Gunther Cunningham             1999-00

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COLD KICKOFF: Temperature at kickoff of today's game was 21 degrees, marking the fifth-coldest temperature at kickoff of a game at Arrowhead Stadium dating back to 1994. The wind chill at kickoff was 10 degrees, tying for the fifth-coldest wind chill at Arrowhead since 1994.

CHIEFS RECORD BOOKCOLDEST KICKOFF TEMPERATURES, ARROWHEAD STADIUM, SINCE 1994

1.     9               Dec. 17, 2000 vs. Denver       W         20-7

2.     10             Dec. 21, 2008 vs. Miami         L          31-38

3.     15             Dec. 19, 2004 vs. Denver      W         45-17

4.     19             Dec. 26, 2010 vs. Tennessee W         34-14

5.     21             Nov. 16, 2014 vs. Seattle      W         24-20

CHIEFS RECORD BOOKCOLDEST KICKOFF WIND CHILL, ARROWHEAD STADIUM, SINCE 1994

1.     -12           Dec. 21, 2008 vs. Miami         L          31-38

2.     -5             Nov. 21, 1996 vs. San Diego  L          14-28

3.     -1             Dec. 17, 2000 vs. Denver       W         20-7

                        Dec. 19, 2004 vs. Denver       W         45-17

5.     10             Nov. 16, 2014 vs. Seattle      W         24-20

                        Dec. 26, 2010 vs. Tennessee W         34-14

                        Dec. 23, 2001 vs. San Diego  W         20-17

STARTING STRONG: The Chiefs scored touchdowns on their first two possessions of the game, marking the second time they've accomplished the feat this season (Nov. 2 vs. New York Jets). Prior to that, the last time they accomplished the feat was at Oakland on Dec. 15, 2013.

Kansas City's opening drive touchdown marked the first time in 30 games that Seattle has allowed a touchdown on its opponent's opening drive. The last time the Seahawks surrendered an opening drive touchdown was at Chicago on Dec. 2, 2012.

STOUT DEFENSE ON OPENING DRIVE:The Kansas City defense forced a Seattle three-and-out on the game's opening drive. The Chiefs are 5-1 this season when the defense forces a punt on the opponent's opening drive.

CHIEFS GROUND ATTACK:The Kansas City offense gained 190 rushing yards on 30 carries in the contest, marking the most rushing yards Seattle has allowed since they allowed 205 rushing yards to Tampa Bay on Nov. 3, 2013.

CHIEFS DEFENSE CONTINUES TO THWART 300-YARD PASSERS: Kansas City's defense continues to not have allowed a 300-yard passer through the first 11 weeks of the 2014 season.

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED: Through Week 11 of the 2014 season, the Chiefs are the only team in the NFL to not allow a rushing touchdown on defense.

NFL LEADERSFEWEST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED, 2014

1.         0          Kansas City

2.         4          Detroit (Going into Sunday afternoon's game)

                        Miami

                        N.Y. Jets

                        Philadelphia (Going into Sunday afternoon's game)

SMITH MAKES 100TH START, SMITH IN HIS FIRST TWO SEASONS: QB Alex Smith started his 100th-career NFL game today. Smith finished the game 11 of 16 for 108 yards. In his two seasons with the Chiefs, Alex Smith has started 25 games, tying for fifth most starts by a quarterback in their first two seasons with the team.

CHIEFS RECORD BOOKMOST REGULAR SEASON STARTS, QB, FIRST TWO YEARS WITH TEAM

1.         32        Trent Green                2001-02

2.         30        Matt Cassel                 2009-10

3.         27        Len Dawson                1962-63

4.         26        Cotton Davidson         1960-61

5.         25        Alex Smith                2013-14

                       Joe Montana               1993-94

                       Steve Fuller                1979-80

In his first two seasons, Alex Smith has won 18 games as the Chiefs starter, marking the most wins by a Chiefs quarterback in their first two seasons with the club.

CHIEFS RECORD BOOKMOST REGULAR SEASON WINS, QB, FIRST TWO YEARS WITH TEAM

1.         18        Alex Smith                 2013-14

2.         17        Joe Montana               1993-94

3.         16        Len Dawson                1962-63

4.         14        Trent Green                2001-02

                        Matt Cassel                 2009-10

Smith has won 18 of 25 games as the starter in his first two seasons with the club, giving him a 72.0 winning percentage in his first two seasons. That mark is the second-best mark of any Chiefs quarterback with a minimum of 10 starts in their first two years with the team.

CHIEFS RECORD BOOKREGULAR SEASON WINNING PCT., QB, FIRST TWO YEARS WITH TEAM (MIN. 10 STARTS)

1.         72.2     Steve Bono                 1994-95

2.         72.0     Alex Smith                 2013-14

3.         68.0     Joe Montana               1993-94

4.         62.5     Elvis Grbac                 1997-98

                        Bill Kenney                  1980-81

CHARLES FINDS PAYDIRT AGAIN, HITS CENTURY MARK FOR FIRST TIME THIS SEASON: RB Jamaal Charles recorded 20 carries for 159 yards (7.9 avg.), with two rushing touchdowns. Charles has now recorded a touchdown in five consecutive games, a streak that began at San Diego on Oct. 19.

His 159 yards on the ground mark his first 100-yard rushing performance of the season and his highest rushing total since recording 226 yards vs. Indianapolis on Dec. 23, 2012. He now has 22 career 100+-yard rushing performances.* *

CHIEFS RECORD BOOKMOST GAMES, 100 OR MORE RUSHING YARDS, CAREER

1.         30        Larry Johnson             2003-09

2.         24        Priest Holmes             2001-07

3.         22        Jamaal Charles         2008-14

4.         14        Christian Okoye          1987-92

5.         13        Abner Haynes             1960-65

His two touchdowns mark his third multi-touchdown performance (rushing and receiving) of the 2014 season. Today's performance marks the 12th multi-touchdown game of his career and his 11th game with two or more offensive touchdowns.

He now has eight rushing touchdowns to go along with two receiving touchdowns, giving him 10 total touchdowns for the 2014 season. With 10 total touchdowns in 2014, he has now recorded back-to-back double-digit touchdown seasons for the first time in his career (19 in 2013). He becomes the first Chiefs player to register back-to-back 10+ touchdown seasons since RB Larry Johnson accomplished the feat in the 2005-06 seasons (16 TDs, 16 TDs). Johnson recorded three-straight 10+ touchdown seasons with 10 scores in the 2004 season.

Charles has 29 offensive touchdowns dating back to the start of 2013, which is more than any other player in the NFL over that span. 

NFL LEADERSOFFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS, 2013-PRESENT

1.     29             Jamaal Charles         Kansas City

2.     23             Jimmy Graham          New Orleans

3t.    22             Julius Thomas             Denver

        22             Marshawn Lynch        Seattle

5.     20             Demaryius Thomas    Denver

Charles now owns 53 career offensive touchdowns, ranking him seventh on the all-time list for most offensive touchdowns in franchise history. He needs three touchdowns to pass E Chris Burford (55) for sixth place on the list. 

CHIEFS RECORD BOOK50 OR MORE OFFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS, ALL-TIME

1.     83             Priest Holmes             2001-07

2.     76             Tony Gonzalez            1997-08

3.     61             Larry Johnson             2003-09

4.     60             Otis Taylor                  1965-75

5.     58             Abner Haynes             1960-64

6.     55             Chris Burford              1960-67

7.     53             Jamaal Charles         2008-14

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DAVIS FINDS END ZONE:** RB Knile Davis recorded a four-yard touchdown run to mark his fifth rushing touchdown of the 2014 season and the ninth rushing touchdown of his career. Davis finished the game with five carries for 10 yards to go along with the four-yard touchdown.

HALI DROPS WILSON FOR LOSS:LB Tamba Hali recorded a two-yard sack of QB Russell Wilson. Hali now owns 5.0 sacks (-35.0 yards) for the season, tying for second on the team. He owns 78.5 sacks (-508.5 yards) for his career, ranking third in team history behind LB Derrick Thomas and DE Neil Smith. He needs 8.5 more sacks to pass Smith for second place in franchise history. His 508.5 sack yards rank second in franchise history behind Thomas. Hali finished the game with a season-high seven solo tackles, including one for a loss and three QB pressures.* *

CHIEFS RECORD BOOKMOST SACKS, CAREER

1.         126.5   Derrick Thomas          1989-99

2.         86.5     Neil Smith                   1988-96

3.         78.5     Tamba Hali                2006-14

4.         73.0     Art Still                         1978-87

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

CHIEFS RECORD BOOKMOST SACK YARDS, CAREER

1.         699.0   Derrick Thomas          1989-99

2.         508.5   Tamba Hali                2006-14

3.         506.5   Neil Smith                   1988-96

4.         293.0   Eric Hicks                   1998-06

5.         281.5   Jared Allen                  2004-07

POE DROPS WILSON: DT Dontari Poe dropped QB Russell Wilson for an eight-yard sack in the final two minutes of the game, giving him 5.0 sacks (-22.5 yards) for the 2014 season. His 5.0 sacks are a new single-season career-high, passing his 2013 mark of 4.5 sacks. He now has 9.5 sacks (-53.0 yards) in his career. Poe finished the game with three tackles (two solo), including one for a loss and two QB pressures.

SANTOS CONTINUES STREAK:K Cairo Santos converted a 23-yard field in the game, giving him 11 consecutive field goals made, pushing his season total to 13 of 15 (86.7%). He also converted three PATs in the contest for six total points. Santos has a team-high 67 points.

Santos' 13 made field goals places him in a tie for third for most field goals made by a rookie in a single season.

CHIEFS RECORD BOOKMOST FIELD GOALS MADE, ROOKIE

1.     25             Ryan Succop              2009

2.     21             Jan Stenerud              1967

3.     13             Cairo Santos             2014

        13             Jack Spikes                1960

5.     12             Tommy Brooker         1962

FOURTH DOWN DEFENSE: The Kansas City defense held Seattle on three fourth-down attempts in the contest, including two attempts coming in the last four minutes of the fourth quarter.

PARKER LEADS TEAM IN TACKLES: CB Ron Parker recorded a team-high and career-high 11 solo tackles in the game.

WILSON FORCES FUMBLE ON SPECIAL TEAMS: Rookie WR Albert Wilson forced a WR Paul Richardson fumble on the game's opening kickoff. The ball was eventually recovered by the Seahawks. He finished the game with two special teams tackles.

PROTECTING THE QUARTERBACK: The Chiefs offense did not allow a sack of a QB pressure against the Seahawks defense during the game

SUPERNAW ESTABLISHES HIMSELF EARLY: TE Phillip Supernaw, who was signed by the Chiefs from the Baltimore Ravens practice squad on Tuesday, started the game as part of a two-tight end set, and caught his first pass as a member of the Chiefs on the team's first play from scrimmage. The reception went for three yards.

COLQUITT PUTS ONE INSIDE THE 20: P Dustin Colquitt booted two punts for 104 yards (52.0 gross, 47.0 net), landing one punt inside the 20-yard line. His two punts tie for a season low, with Colquitt also kicking just two punts at Denver on Sept. 14, 2014.

Colquitt has landed 20 of his 42 punts this season inside the 20-yard line. He has now landed 305 punts inside the 20-yard line in his career, the most in Chiefs history. His 305 punts inside the 20 rank 10th in NFL history for punts inside the 20-yard line. He needs 14 more punts to pass Lee Johnson for ninth place in NFL history. Colquitt's 305 punts inside the 20 are the second-most of any active NFL player behind Houston P Shane Lechler, who has 371. 

CHIEFS RECORD BOOKMOST PUNTS INSIDE THE 20, CAREER

1.     305           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

NFL RECORD BOOKMOST PUNTS INSIDE THE 20 (SINCE 1976)

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.   305           Dustin Colquitt         2005-14*

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