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Postgame Notes: Chiefs at Browns

Posted Dec 9, 2012

Charles Breaks Loose: RB Jamaal Charles ran for an 80-yard touchdown on the game’s first offensive play. His 80-yard touchdown run is tied for the fifth-longest rushing play in team history. Charles set the record for longest rush from scrimmage in Chiefs history with a 91-yard touchdown run at New Orleans (9/23) in Week 3 of this season. It is his second longest rush of the season. It was his fourth rushing touchdown of the year.

CHIEFS RECORD BOOK LONGEST RUSHING PLAYS

1.            91 (TD)      Jamaal Charles              at New Orleans           9/23/12

2.            84 (TD)      Ted McKnight                at Seattle                     9/30/79

3.            82 (TD)      Joe Delaney                   vs. Denver                  10/18/81

               82 (TD)      Derrick Alexander          vs. San Diego             10/31/99

5.            80 (TD)     Jamaal Charles            at New Orleans         9/23/12

               80 (TD)      Abner Haynes                at New York Jets        11/29/64

               80 (TD)      Warren McVea              vs. Cincinnati              10/26/69

               80              Jamaal Charles              at St. Louis                  12/19/10

Charles Hits 100 Yards Again: RB Jamaal Charles recorded 165 yards on 18 carries (9.2 avg.) and one touchdown in today’s game, marking the sixth time this season that he has gained at least 100 rushing yards in a single game. It is the 16th time in his career that he has rushed for more than 100 yards in a contest. After rushing for 107 yards vs. Denver (11/25) and 127 yards vs. Carolina (12/2), this marks the third straight game he’s rushed for at least 100 yards. This is the second time in his career that Charles has rushed for 100-plus yards in at least three consecutive contests. The other time he accomplished the feat he had four consecutive 100 yard contests: 132 vs. Buffalo (12/13/09); 154 vs. Cleveland (12/20/09); 102 at Cincinnati (12/27/09); and 259 at Denver (1/3/10).

Johnson’s 100 Tackle Season: LB Derrick Johnson recorded seven tackles (five solo) in today’s game, giving him 104 tackles for the season. It is his third-consecutive season with at least 100 tackles.

JOHNSON’S 100 TACKLE SEASONS

Year    Tackles     Solo      Assists

2005    110            87          23

2007    107            91          16

2010    147            107        40

2011    179            131        48

2012    104            91          13

Johnson Forces Fumble: LB Derrick Johnson forced a RB Montario Hardesty fumble. He now has three forced fumbles for the season and 19 for his career. His 19 forced fumbles rank fourth in team history.

CHIEFS RECORD BOOK MOST FORCED FUMBLES, CAREER

1.           45       Derrick Thomas             1989-99

2.           29       Neil Smith                      1988-96

3.           24       Tamba Hali                    2006-12

4.           19       Derrick Johnson          2005-11

5.           13       Kevin Ross                     1984-93, 1997

                        Jared Allen                     2004-07

Hali Notches Sacks: LB Tamba Hali recorded two sacks (-13.0 yards) of QB Brandon Weeden in today’s contest. He now has 8.0 sacks on the season and 61.5 sacks (-390.0 yards) for his career. It is his second multi-sack game of the season (2.0 vs. Baltimore, 10/7) and the 14th game of his career with multiple sacks.

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.           61.5        Tamba Hali               2006-12

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

Jackson Gets to the QB: DE Tyson Jackson dropped QB Brandon Weeden for a six-yard loss. Jackson now has 3.0 sacks for the season.

Colquitt Inside the 20: P Dustin Colquitt landed four punts inside the 20-yard line yard in today’s game to give him 37 punts inside the 20-yard line for the year. Entering this weekend’s games, Colquitt led the NFL with 33 punts inside the 20-yard line. His 37 punts inside the 20 rank as the second highest single-season total in team history. He set the team record with 41 punts inside the 20 in 2009.

CHIEFS RECORD BOOK
MOST PUNTS INSIDE THE 20, SEASON

1.        41           Dustin Colquitt          2009

2.        37           Dustin Colquitt       2012

3.        33           Dustin Colquitt          2010

4.        29           Louie Aguiar             1995

5.        28           Louie Aguiar             1997

                          Todd Sauerbrun       2000

Winston Reaches Century Mark: T Eric Winston made his 100th career NFL start in today’s contest.

Rookie Hartman Makes First Start: Rookie S Tysyn Hartman made his first career NFL start, opening at free safety in place of an injured Kendrick Lewis.

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