Hali (6-3, 275) tied a career high with 3.0 sacks (-15.0 yards) of 49ers QB Alex Smith and also added a forced fumble, as well as two tackles and three QB pressures. Hali ranks third in the AFC with 3.5 sacks on the season. He now owns 30.5 career sacks, moving him into ninth place in Chiefs history ahead of DT Dan Saleaumua (29.0). Hali was part of a Kansas City defense that held San Francisco to 43 rushing yards and limited San Francisco to four of 17 (23.5%) on third downs.
The Penn State University product has started 66 games for the Chiefs, recording 252 tackles (189 solo) with 30.5 sacks (-186.0 yards), one INT and 16 forced fumbles, as well as 43 QB pressures, and seven passes defensed.