Charles Reaches Scrimmage Yards Plateau: With a 10-yard rush in the first quarter, RB Jamaal Charles eclipsed 5,000 scrimmage yards in his career. He is the 16th player in team history to record 5,000 or more scrimmage yards.
With 87 rushing yards on 17 carries (5.1 avg.) and four receptions for 31 yards (7.8 avg.), Charles recorded 118 yards from scrimmage to give him 5,083 career scrimmage yards, moving him past RB Curtis McClinton (5,069) for 15th place all-time in team history.
Hali Finds the QB: LB Tamba Hali dropped Cincinnati QB Andy Dalton for a six-yard loss. He has 6.0 sacks for the season and has 59.5 QB takedowns in his career. He needs 14.0 more sacks to move into third place all-time in Chiefs history.
CHIEFS RECORD BOOK
MOST SACKS, CAREER
1. 126.5 Derrick Thomas 1989-99
2. 86.5 Neil Smith 1988-96
3. 73.0 Art Still 1978-87
4. 59.5 Tamba Hali 2006-12
5. 51.0 Mike Bell 1979-85, ’87-91
Johnson Moves Up Charts: LB Derrick Johnson recorded 10 tackles in today’s game to give him 837 career tackles, moving into fifth place in franchise history for most career tackles. It marks his fourth game of the season and his second consecutive game with a double-digit tackle total.
Johnson also forced a fumble of TE Jermaine Gresham to record his second forced fumble of the season and the 18th of his career. His 18 career forced fumbles rank fourth in team history.
CHIEFS RECORD BOOK
MOST OPPONENTS FUMBLES FORCED, CAREER
1. 45 Derrick Thomas 1989-99
2. 29 Neil Smith 1988-96
3. 24 Tamba Hali 2006-12
4. 18 Derrick Johnson 2005-12
5. 13 Kevin Ross 1984-93, ’97
Jared Allen 2004-07
Jackson’s Sack: DE Tyson Jackson grabbed his first sack of the season by dropping QB Andy Dalton for a four-yard loss in the contest.
Moeaki Sets Career High: TE Tony Moeaki hauled in four receptions for a career-high 73 yards (18.2 avg.).
Colquitt’s Punting Performance: P Dustin Colquitt booted seven punts for 356 yards (50.9 avg., 44.6 net), including a season-long of 68 yards and four inside the 20.
Succop’s Day: K Ryan Succop connected on two field goals (34, 33 yards). He has now converted on 20 of 23 field goals (87.0%) on the season. His 87.0% field goal percentage ranks fifth in team history.
Hochstein’s Start: G Russ Hochstein made his first start as a member of the Chiefs, starting at center in place of an injured G/C Ryan Lilja. He has now started 37 career NFL contests.