Kansas City Chiefs Are Record Makers for the Wrong Reasons

Posted: 21st December 2009 by Mike Settle in NFL
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Here the Chiefs sit, at 3-11. With 3 wins, they should feel no better than the winless 2008 Detroit Lions. Although the offense was more productive against the Cleveland Browns in their 41-34 loss than it has been all year, as they put up 491 total yards, along with 22 first downs. This loss is no different than any other loss this season. This loss was pathetic, as usual. The Kansas City Chiefs defense and special teams did a great job of setting records as they faced Cleveland. They made a 'no-no' as they kicked to Josh Cribbs. He dashed and spun his way to the endzone for a 100 yard kick return to set a new NFL record for most kickoff return touchdowns in a career with 7. They kicked to him yet again, justáone quarter later. He took this one back 103 yards for the score and made it loo ...

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