1 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (3-11) AT CINCINNATI BENGALS (9-5) REGULAR SEASON GAME #15 SUNDAY, DECEMBER 27, :00 PM (CENTRAL) PAUL BROWN STADIUM CINCINNATI, OHIO CBS Regional Coverage KCTV-5 (CBS in Kansas City) Play-by-play: Gus Johnson Color Commentator: Steve Tasker BROADCAST INFORMATION Chiefs FOX Football Radio Network KCFX-FM (101.1 FM in Kansas City) Play-by-play: Mitch Holthus Color Commentator: Len Dawson Sideline Reporter: Kendall Gammon 2009 Stats and NFL Rankings THE MATCH-UP Kansas City visits the Queen City in December for the second consecutive year as the Chiefs travel to Cincinnati on Sunday. As the American Football League celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2009, it is appropriate that the league s initial franchise will face the 10th and fi nal team to fl y the AFL banner, the Bengals. Lamar Hunt founded the league, anchored by his Dallas Texans franchise in 59, before moving his team to Kansas City in 63. Meanwhile, Paul Brown s club began play in 68. It s been 25 years since the Chiefs last registered a victory in Cincinnati, a locale Kansas City has visited just three times since Jon Mackovic s squad produced a victory at Riverfront Stadium (9/9/84). Coach Todd Haley s squad will be seeking the club s fourth win of The Chiefs enter the game after suffering a loss vs. Cleveland (12/20). Coach Marvin Lewis squad is 9-5 and is in the midst of the AFC playoff picture. Cincinnati has already posted a perfect 6-0 record against its division foes and needs one more victory or a loss by Baltimore (8-6) to clinch the AFC North title. However, the Bengals have lost two in a row and are coming off a last-second loss at San Diego (12/20). Cincinnati has suffered a threegame losing streak each of the past three seasons. Cincinnati fi nished the 2008 campaign with three consecutive wins. The Chiefs would to establish their own victory streak in fi nal two games of the 2009 to carry some momentum into the off-season. RB Jamaal Charles has given the club an offensive jolt, scoring at least one TD in each of the last six games. Charles has posted back-to-back 100-yard rushing performances, including a career-high 154 yards vs. Cleveland (12/20). Meanwhile, QB Matt Cassel is also coming off his top performance of 2009 after registering a season-high 331 yards against the Browns. Defensively, KC has forced nine takeaways in its last three games and has allowed a combined 139 net passing yards in its last two contests, the club s lowest passing total in consecutive games since 98. Kansas City closes out the regular season at Denver (1/3), while Cincinnati fi nishes its regular season slate at the N.Y. Jets (1/3). Total Offense (27) (19) Rush Offense (22) (6) Pass Offense (26) (21) Total Defense (30) (5) Rush Defense (31) 85.2 (3) Pass Defense (19) (15) Turnover Ratio (T15) +2 (T13) Points/Game (26) 20.6 (17) Opp. Pts./Game (31) 17.4 (T3) THE SERIES Kansas City owns a slim (.520) advantage in regular season play against the Bengals. The Bengals won last year s meeting by a 16-6 margin at Cincinnati (12/28/08). Kansas City won a decision in the last contest between the two squads at Arrowhead (10/14/07). The Bengals are 2-0 against Kansas City at Paul Brown Stadium, snapping a nine-game Chiefs victory streak to start the 2003 campaign by a count (11/16/03). KANSAS CITY VS. CINCINNATI REGULAR SEASON SERIES SINCE 1980 (7-6-0) Date Result Of Note 11/30/80 L 6-20 CIN - Johnson rushing: , 1 TD. 11/13/83 W CIN - Collinsworth rec: 7-118, 1 TD 9/9/84 W 27-22* KC - Blackledge 280 yards, 2 TDs. 9/7/86 W KC - Cherry blocked punt return TD. 12/6/87 L (OT)* CIN - Breech, 32-yard FG in OT. 11/13/88 W KC - Lowery, 39-yard FG w/0:02 left. 10/1/89 L CIN - White, 22-yard fumble ret. TD. 10/10/93 W KC - Lowery, 37-yard FG w/2:43 left. 11/16/03 L 19-24** KC s nine-game winning streak ended. 1/1/06 W 37-3 Dick Vermeil s fi nal NFL game. 9/10/06 L Bengals register 6.0 sacks. 10/14/07 W Gonzalez record-setting 63rd TD catch. 12/28/08 L 6-16** CIN - Benson rushing: , 1 TD. *At Riverfront Stadium ** At Paul Brown Stadium Neither team has won back-to-back games in this series since the Chiefs claimed three straight wins from The Chiefs and Bengals have split their last nine meetings. Kansas City s most recent victory in Cincinnati was a decision at Riverfront Stadium (9/9/84). The home team has won fi ve of the last six meetings in this series. The Chiefs initiated their all-time series against Cincinnati with a pair of contests in 68 when the Bengals entered the AFL as an expansion franchise. The Chiefs registered wins in four of the fi rst five games in the series before Cincinnati proceeded to win fi ve straight contests from The two teams have never squared off in the postseason. The Chiefs are 5-6 all-time in Cincinnati. Perhaps the most signifi cant game in the Chiefs-Bengals series came in 69. With starting QB Len Dawson already hurt, back-up QB Jacky Lee was injured vs. the Bengals, pressing third-string QB Mike Livingston into service. Although Kansas City lost at Cincinnati (9/28/69), Livingston rallied the club for wins in his next fi ve starts during the Chiefs storied Super Bowl IV season.
2 CHIEFS HEAD COACH - TODD HALEY Todd Haley was named the 11th head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs on February 6, The secondyoungest head coach in franchise history at 42 years old, Haley enters his 15th season in the NFL in He is entering his 13th season as an NFL coach after beginning his career in scouting with the N.Y. Jets in 95. Haley joined the Chiefs after a two-year stint as Arizona s offensive coordinator ( ), helping the Cardinals reach Super Bowl XLIII as the club won its first division title since 75. Under Haley s direction, the Cardinals ranked third in the league in scoring as Arizona registered a franchise-record 427 points in The Cardinals also threw a team-record 32 TD passes in Haley has won division titles with four different NFL teams. He served as passing game coordinator/wrs coach under Bill Parcells with Dallas ( ) after beginning his career under Parcells with the N.Y. Jets ( 97-00). He also served as WRs coach with Chicago ( ). Born on February 28, 1967, Haley grew up in Upper St. Clair, PA and graduated from North Florida in 91. He is the son of longtime NFL personnel executive Dick Haley, who helped build the Steelers Super Bowl teams of the 70s. NFL Head Coach: 1st Year Record w/kc: 3-11 (.214) NFL Coach Overall: 13th Year Record vs. CIN: 0-0 (.000) NFL Overall: 3-11 (.214) Overall NFL Exp: 15th year Regular Season: 3-11 (.214) College: North Florida ( 91) Postseason: 0-0 (.000) HALEY S FOOTBALL CAREER N.Y. Jets...Scouting Assistant ( 95-96) Offensive Assistant/ Quality Control ( 97-98) Wide Receivers ( 99-00) Chicago Bears... Wide Receivers Dallas Cowboys... Passing Game Coord./ Wide Receivers Arizona Cardinals... Offensive Coordinator 2009 Kansas City Chiefs... Head Coach FOUR NFL TEAMS, FOUR DIVISION TITLES Todd Haley has won division titles with each of his four previous NFL teams. Last year, Arizona won its first division crown since 75 with Haley serving as the Cardinals offensive coordinator 1998 N.Y. Jets (12-4)*...AFC East 2001 Chicago (13-3)... NFC Central 2006 Dallas (9-7)...NFC East 2008 Arizona (9-7)**... NFC West * Reached AFC Championship Game ** Reached Super Bowl XLIII 50 YEARS OF CHIEFS FOOTBALL Founded by Lamar Hunt in 59, the franchise began play as the Dallas Texans as a charter member of the American Football League in 60 before moving to Kansas City in 63. Under the guidance of Hall of Fame head coach Hank Stram, the Texans/Chiefs won league titles in 62, 66 and 69. The Chiefs faced Green Bay in Super Bowl I and defeated heavily-favored Minnesota in Super Bowl IV, the final game in AFL history. Arrowhead is undergoing a $375-million facelift that is scheduled to be completed in time for the 2010 season. The franchise has won or shared nine AFL or AFC Western Division titles ( 62, 66, 68, 69, 71, 93, 95, 97 and 2003). CHIEFS COACHES WITH SUPER BOWL EXPERIENCE Coach Team Super Bowls Role Todd Haley Arizona XLIII Offensive Coordinator Maurice Carthon ARZ/NYG XLIII, XXI, XXV Asst. Coach/RB Clancy Pendergast Arizona XLIII Defensive Coordinator Ronnie Bradford Atlanta XXXIII Safety Steve Hoffman Dallas XXVII, XXVIII, XXX Asst. Coach Tim Krumrie Cincinnati XXIII Defensive Tackle Bill Muir Tampa Bay XXXVII Off. Coord/O-Line Dedric Ward NE/ARZ XXXVIII, XLIII WR/Off. Quality Control VS. BENGALS HEAD COACH - MARVIN LEWIS Marvin Lewis was named the ninth head coach in Bengals history on January 14, Lewis led Cincinnati to its fi rst postseason berth since 90 as the Bengals won the AFC North title with an 11-5 mark in The Bengals are 9-5 in 2009 under Lewis. Lewis joined the Bengals after serving a one-year stint as Washington s defensive coordinator in 2002 and a six-year stint as Baltimore s defensive coordinator ( 96-01). His Ravens tenure included a Super Bowl XXXV victory following the 2000 campaign when Baltimore set the NFL record for fewest points allowed in a 16- game season (165). The Ravens also paced the league in rushing yards allowed (970) and takeaways (49). The Ravens pitched four shutouts that season, the most since Pittsburgh had fi ve in 76. Born on September 23, 1958 in McDonald, Pa., Lewis began his NFL career as Pittsburgh s LBs coach ( 92-95) after serving an NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship with the Chiefs during training camp in 91. He joined the Steelers after serving as a collegiate assistant coach at Pitt ( 90-91), New Mexico ( 87-89), Long Beach State ( 85-6) and his alma mater of Idaho State ( 81-84), where he was a LB, S and QB from NFL Head Coach: 7th Year Record w/cin (.505) NFL Coach Overall: 18th Year Record vs KC: 3-2 (.600) NFL Overall: (.500) College: Idaho State ( 81) Regular Season: (.505) Postseason: 0-1 (.000) THE AFL S 50TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON The American Football League was officially born on August 14, 1959 when less than two weeks after his 27th birthday, Lamar Hunt called to order a meeting in Chicago. On April 8, 1966, Hunt and Cowboys executive Tex Schramm met in Dallas beginning merger negotiations that culminated on June 8, KC has worn Dallas Texans uniforms from their 62 AFL Championship in three games. P DUSTIN COLQUITT IS NETTING RESULTS Since the AFL-NFL merger in 70, Kansas City P Dustin Colquitt ranks third in career net punting average with a yard mark, while San Diego P Mike Scifres (39.04) ranks fi rst. Colquitt is third in the AFC with a yard net punting average in He owns the KC career record with 140 punts inside the 20-yard line. He is second in the NFL with 36 punts inside the 20 this season, the top single-season total in franchise history. The NFL single-season record of 42 was established by San Francisco P Andy Lee in Colquitt leads the NFL in most punts downed (21) and is tied for third in most fair catches forced (21). He is the son of former Steelers P Craig Colquitt ( 70-84). NFL LEADERS, BEST CAREER NET AFC LEADERS, BEST NET PUNTING AVERAGE, SINCE 70 PUNTING AVERAGE, Mike Scifres SD Shane Lechler OAK Donnie Jones STL Brian Moorman BUF Dustin Colquitt KC Dustin Colquitt KC NFL LEADERS, MOST PUNTS CHIEFS RECORD BOOK INSIDE THE 20, 2009 MOST PUNTS IN 20, SEASON Ben Graham ARZ Dustin Colquitt Dustin Colquitt KC Louie Aguiar Mat McBriar DAL Aguiar/Sauerbrun 97/ 00 NFL LEADERS, 2009 NFL LEADERS, 2009 MOST FAIR CATCHES FORCED MOST PUNTS DOWNED Mat McBriar DAL Dustin Colquitt KC Steve Weatherford NYJ Daniel Sepulveda PIT Dustin Colquitt KC Andy Lee SF Matt Turk HOU CHIEFS SPECIAL TEAMS SUPERLATIVES The Chiefs curently rank sixth in punt coverage, allowing 7.1 yards per return. Kansas City fi nished 16th in punt coverage (9.3 avg.) a year ago. RB Jamaal Charles registered a 97-yard kickoff return TD vs. Pittsburgh (11/22) and is tied for 10th in the NFL with 26 kickoff returns of 20+ yards. Exactly 72.2% (26 of 36) of Charles kickoff returns have gone for 20 yards or more. S Jon McGraw blocked a punt and recovered the ball for a TD at Baltimore (9/13), while LB Andy Studebaker recovered a fumbled punt snap for a TD vs. Cleveland (12/20). Only Atlanta (4) has fewer special teams penalties than Kansas City (6).
3 Kansas City is under the guidance of fi rst-year head coach Todd Haley. QB Matt Cassel joined the Chiefs in an off-season trade with New England. Cassel owns 12 career multi-td performances and six career games with a rating (min. 20 atts). He threw for a seasonhigh 331 yards vs. Cleveland (12/20), while RB Jamaal Charles (D3a-08) had a career-high 154 rushing yards vs. the Browns. He has a TD in six straight games, including a 76-yard TD and a 97- yard KOR TD vs. Pittsburgh (11/22). Four-time Pro Bowl G Brian Waters, T Branden Albert (D1b- 08), C Rudy Niswanger, G Wade Smith and T Ryan O Callaghan round out the starting blocking unit. Waters and O Callaghan missed last week s game due to injuries. WR Chris Chambers had 114 yards and a TD vs. Cleveland (11/22), while WR Dwayne Bowe (D1-07) returned to the lineup. LB Tamba Hali (D1-06) had a career-high 3.0 sacks vs. Denver (12/6). He leads the team with 7.5 sacks and has 4.0 in his last three games. His 15 career FFs rank third in team history. Pro Bowl LB Mike Vrabel had a TD catch vs. Dallas (10/11). LB Andy Studebaker had two INTs vs. Pittsburgh (11/22) and recovered a fumble for a TD vs. Cleveland (12/20). LBs Corey Mays and Demorrio Williams also start on defense. DEs Glenn Dorsey (D1a- 08), Tyson Jackson (D1-09) and DT Ron Edwards anchor KC s front. Former Pro Bowl S Mike Brown had a two-int game at Oakland (11/15). S Jon McGraw blocked a punt for a TD at Baltimore (9/13). CB Brandon Flowers has a career-high four INTs, while CB Brandon Carr (D5-08) got his fi rst INT of the season vs. Cleveland (12/20). P Dustin Colquitt (D3-05) owns 140 career punts inside the 20, the top total in KC history. Rookie K Ryan Succop (D7c-09) has made 21 FGs, tying HOF K Jan Stenerud for the best total by a rookie in franchise history. RB Jamaal Charles (D3a-08) and WR Mark Bradley returned kickoffs last week, while Bradley handled the punt return duties. VS KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 2009 CINCINNATI BENGALS The Bengals are in their seventh season under head coach Marvin Lewis. Two-time Pro Bowl QB Carson Palmer (D1-03) owns a (.519) record as a starting signal caller, including a (.605) mark at home. RB Cedric Benson leads the club with 272 carries for 1,118 yards and six TDs in Five-time Pro Bowl WR Chad Ochocinco (D2-01) has 680 career catches for 9,921 yards and 61 TDs, needing 79 more yards to become the 33rd player in NFL history to top the 10,000-yard plateau. Ochocinco owns 1,016 yards in 2009, his seventh career 1,000-yard campaign. He is joined by former Pro Bowl WR Laveranues Coles and WR Andre Caldwell. Former Chiefs TE J.P. Foschi has 27 catches and two TDs. Veteran G Bobbie Williams NOTABLE CHIEFS-BENGALS CONNECTIONS anchors the Bengals offensive line along with G Evan Mathis. Ts Dennis Roland and Andrew Whitworth (D2-06) round out the blocking unit with C Kyle Cook. LB Dhani Jones is in his 10th NFL campaign. He works with LBs Keith Rivers (D1-08) and Rey Maualuga (D2-09). DE Antwan Odom has a team-high 8.0 sacks, but is on IR. DE Jonathan Fanene (D7-05) has 6.0 sacks and works with DE Robert Geathers (D4b-04). DTs Domata Peko (D4-06) and Tank Johnson hold down the middle. CB Johnathan Joseph (D1-06) leads the club with six INTs, including a 30-yard TD return vs. Pittsburgh (9/27). CB Leon Hall (D1-07) has fi ve INTs. S Chinedum Ndukwe (D7b-07) rounds out the secondary with S Chris Crocker. Pro Bowl K Shayne Graham owns 859 career points and has converted 85.2% of his career FG attempts (195 of 229). Rookie P Kevin Huber (D5-09) owns a 36.9-yard net and a 43.7-yard gross. Rookie WR Quan Cosby is averaging 11.2 yards per punt return and 18.4 yards per kickoff return. RB Bernard Scott (D6-09) registered a 96-yard TD on a kickoff return at Pittsburgh (11/15). WR Andre Caldwell has a team-high 29 kickoff returns for 539 yards (18.6 avg.). Chiefs defensive line coach TIM KRUMRIE was a 10th-round draft pick of the Bengals in 83. A two-time Pro Bowler, he played in 193 regular season games (166 starts) for the Bengals and was a member of Cincinnati s Super Bowl XXIII squad. He later served as an assistant coach for the team ( 95-02). Kansas City LB COREY MAYS played with Cincinnati ( ) KANSAS CITY CHIEFS INDIVIDUAL LEADERS AFC NFL Category Player Total Rank Rank Scoring Succop 86 12th 20th Rushing Yards Charles th 20th QB Rating Cassel th 23rd Receptions Bowe Rec. Yards Bowe Interceptions Flowers 4 T7th T16th Punting Avg. Colquitt th 10th Punt Ret. Avg. Wade 7.8 9th 19th KO Ret. Avg. Charles th 11th Cincinnati head coach MARVIN LEWIS served an NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship with Kansas City in 91. Bengals TEs coach JONATHAN HAYES ( 85-93), RB LARRY JOHNSON ( ) and TE J.P. FOSCHI (2008) all played with Kansas City. Kansas City G/T IKECHUKU NDUKWE is the brother of Bengals S CHINEDUM NDUKWE. Kansas City TE JAKE O CONNELL played collegiately at Miami (OH). Cincinnati offensive coordinator BOB BRATKOWSKI ( 78-80) and defensive coordinator MIKE ZIMMER ( 79-80) each coached at Missouri. Bengals WRs coach MIKE SHEPPARD ( 83) and associate strength and conditioning coach RAY OLIVER ( 83-84) coached at Kansas ( 83). Cincinnati special teams coach DARRIN SIMMONS played at Dodge City (KS) CC and also played ( 93-95) and coached ( 96) at Kansas. Bengals T ANTHONY COLLINS played collegiately at Kansas ( ). Cincinnati CB JOHNATHAN JOSEPH played at Coffeyville (KS) CC CINCINNATI BENGALS INDIVIDUAL LEADERS AFC NFL Category Player Total Rank Rank Scoring Graham 92 11th 15th Rushing Yards Benson 1,118 5th 7th QB Rating Palmer th 17th Receptions Ochocinco 68 T11th T20th Rec. Yards Ochocinco 1,016 10th 15th Interceptions Joseph 6 T2nd T5th Punting Avg. Huber th 18th Punt Ret. Avg. Cosby 11.2 T3rd T6th KO Ret. Avg. Caldwell th - -
4 Chiefs, Bengals Set For a Second Straight December Duel by Pete Moris Kansas City Draws a December Date in the Queen City Again The Bengals are 9-4 (.692) in December home games under Marvin Lewis, including a streak of fi ve straight wins. Cincinnati s last home loss in December was a setback vs. Pittsburgh (12/31/06). KC is seeking to snap a fi ve-game road losing streak in December. The Chiefs last win in such a circumstance was a 20-9 victory at Oakland (12/23/06). The Bengals are 5-2 at home this season and are seeking to win their third straight home fi nale. Cincinnati hasn t gone 6-2 at home since 97. The Bengals are 0-3 against the AFC West in 2009, suffering last-minute losses by seven points or less in all three contests: 12-7 vs. Denver (9/13), at Oakland (11/22) and at San Diego (12/20). Chiefs Have Been Proficient in the Takeaway Column The Chiefs are currently tied for the NFL lead with 13 opponent fumble recoveries. Kansas City is also tied for third in the NFL with fi ve takeaways in the Red Zone. Only Indianapolis (7), San Francisco (6) and Carolina (6) have forced more. The Chiefs have forced 13 takeaways (7 FRs, 6 INTs) in the last fi ve games after registering 11 takeaways in the club s fi rst nine contests. The Chiefs are a combined +3 (7 takes/4 gives) in their three victories this season, going +2 in two of those three contests. Cincinnati is tied for 13th in the league at +2 (23 takes/21 gives) on the year. The Bengals (+2) and Cardinals (-8) are the only two clubs currently leading their division who aren t +5 or better. The other six division leaders own a combined turnover differential of +55 (167 takes/112 gives) and own a collective record of (.810). Cincinnati has posted a (.935) home record with a positive turnover margin under Marvin Lewis. The Bengals are just 5-16 (.238) when negative at home under Lewis. Cincinnati has been even or negative in nine of their last 10 losses dating back to The Bengals are -3 (8 takes/11 gives) in their fi ve losses this season. The Bengals rank 13th in the league with 75 points off takeaways, while the Chiefs are tied for 20th with 63 points off takes NFL LEADERS 2009 NFL LEADERS OPP. FUMBLES RECOVERED RED ZONE TAKEAWAYS 1. Kansas City Indianapolis 7 (4 INTs, 3 FRs) Detroit Carolina 6 (4 INTs, 2 FRs) New Orleans 13 San Francisco 6 (4 INTs, 2 FRs) Philadelphia Kansas City 5 (4 INTs, 1 FR) Chiefs Have Made a Steady Reduction in Penalties The Chiefs rank eighth in the league with 73 penalties. Kansas City has made steady progress in reducing its penalty numbers throughout the course of the season. At the four-game mark, the Chiefs were tied for 27th in the league with 29 penalties, while the club was tied for 14th with 48 penalties after eight games. The Bengals have been fl agged 101 times to rank 31st in the league. Only Green Bay (109) has been penalized more times this season, while Jacksonville has been fl agged a league-low 66 times. Kansas City currently has just six accepted penalties on special teams, a fi gure that ranks second in the NFL behind only Atlanta (4). Cincinnati is tied for 20th in the league with 15 special teams penalties. The Chiefs fi nished the 2008 campaign tied for 22nd in the NFL with 17 special teams fouls CHIEFS PENALTY REDUCTION 2009 NFL LEADERS Point in Year Total NFL Rank FEWEST SP. TEAMS PENALTIES 4 Games 29 T27th 1. 4 Atlanta 8 Games 48 T14th 2. 6 Kansas City 14 Games 73 8th 3. 7 Miami Kansas City s Defense Continues to Make Strides The Chiefs have made incremental gains in several key defensive categories compared to the 14-game mark a year ago. Most notably, Kansas City currently ranks ninth in the league, forcing opponents to go three and out 25.0 percent of the time. The Chiefs ranked 31st in the league in that category at this point in 2008 with a three-and-out percentage of Only fi ve clubs have forced more three and outs than Kansas City (44) this season. The Chiefs are tied for 10th in goal-to-go TD percentage after being 25th thru 14 games last season. Kansas City is 13th in third-down percentage after ranking 31st in that department at this juncture in After posting a leaguelow 9.0 sacks after 14 contests in 2008, KC currently has 19.0 sacks. CHIEFS 14-GAME TEAM DEFENSIVE STATS, Category Of Note 3-and-Out Pct NFL Rank: 9th in 2009/31st in 2008 Goal-to-Go TD Pct NFL Rank: T10th in 2009/25th in rd Down Pct NFL Rank: 13th in 2009/31st in 2008 First Downs All NFL Rank: T21st in 2009/31st in 2008 TD Runs All Six fewer in 2009 Sacks more in 2009 QB Pressures more in 2009 A Quick Statistical Snapshop on the Bengals The Bengals are tied for third in the league with 31 offensive drives of 10 plays or more, including 13 TD drives... Over the past eight games, no defense has permitted fewer plays of 20+ yards than Cincinnati (15), including no runs of 20+ yards over that span... Cincinnati and KC own three TD passes of 20+ yards. Only Miami (1) has fewer... The Bengals are seeking their eighth 10-win season in franchise history and just their second 10-win campaign since 89. A Longhorn Showdown Set in the Ground Game A pair of former University of Texas standouts will be on display on Sunday as Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles and Bengals RB Cedric Benson will be in the spotlight in the ground game. Both players are arguably the key ingredient for both teams offensive recipes. While Benson ranks seventh in the NFL with 1,118 rushing yards, Charles has averaged rushing ypg and combined net yards (rushing, receiving and returns) over the last six games. In his last six starts, Benson has averaged 97.8 rushing ypg and combined net yards. Charles has produced seven TDs over that six-game span, including a 97-yard KO return TD vs. Pittsburgh (11/22), a 76-yard TD run vs. Buffalo (12/13) and a 47-yard TD run vs. Cleveland (12/20). Charles has three 100- yard contests this season, including a career-high 154-yard effort vs. Cleveland (12/20). Charles owns at least one TD in each of those six contests. In the season s fi rst eight games, KC averaged 3.6 yards per carry and didn t register a rushing TD. In the last six games, KC has averaged 4.5 yards per carry and has fi ve rushing TDs. Charles has 18 runs of 10 yards or more this season and has accounted for 28.0% (7 of 25) of KC s touchdowns in The Bengals are 5-0 this season when Benson registers a 100-yard rushing game. Dating back to 2003, Cincinnati is 27-5 (.844) when the club has a 100- yard back. In Benson s last six starts, he has accumulated 145 carries for 587 yards with two TDs. Thanks to Benson, the Bengals currently rank ninth in the NFL, averaging rushing ypg. Benson has been held without a rushing TD in four straight games and was limited to 53 rushing yards in a loss at San Diego (12/20). Benson is sixth in the NFL with 27 runs of 10+ yards. The Bengals rank third in rushing defense, allowing 85.2 ypg. Only Pittsburgh (83.1 ypg) and Green Bay (83.6 ypg) are better. Cincinnati is 9-26 (.257) when allowing a 100-yard rusher under Marvin Lewis, but the Bengals have allowed just one 100-yard effort this season, a 121-yard performance by RB Jerome Harrison at Cleveland (10/4). RB JAMAAL CHARLES VS. RB CEDRIC BENSON, LAST SIX GAMES Rushing Totals Rushing Per Game Combined Net Yards Charles , 5 TDs 18.7 atts, yds 143 atts, 1,105 yds, 7 TDs Benson , 2 TDs 24.2 atts, 97.8 yds 150 atts, 625 yds, 2 TDs Chiefs-Bengals Scoring Stats The Chiefs will face a Cincinnati defense that has permitted just 116 points (14.5 ppg) over the past eight games. Only Baltimore ( ppg) has relinquished fewer points over that span. The Bengals rank seventh in the league in terms of actual offensive points allowed (excluding return scores), relinquishing just 230 points (16.4 offensive ppg). The N.Y. Jets ( ppg) lead the league in that category. Kansas City has registered two of its three victories on the road this season, but the Chiefs have averaged just 17.2 ppg in their six away contests. Cincinnati has won its last four home games and has held each of those opponents to 13 points or less, permitting just 9.3 ppg in those four wins. The Bengals have permitted 127 points (14.1 ppg) in their nine wins. Cincinnati is (.845) at home under Marvin Lewis when holding opponents to 21 points or less, including a 5-0 mark in Putting points on the board early will be a priority against a Cincinnati squad that ranks ninth in the league by outscoring its opponents by a 55-point margin (176 to 121) in the fi rst half. The Bengals typically don t fare well if they fall behind early. Cincinnati has lost 17 of its last 20 games when trailing at halftime. The Chiefs have led at halftime in two of their three victories in KC s defense has permitted 40 points (13.3 ppg) in those three wins. The Chiefs led by a margin vs. Cleveland (12/20), marking the highest fi rst-half point total by KC since registering 24 points vs. Miami (12/21/08). A Pair of USC Passers Square Off in the Air: Cassel vs. Palmer A pair of former USC teammates will be under center on Sunday when Chiefs QB Matt Cassel makes his fi rst career start against the Bengals. Cassel owns a 5-1 record as a starter when he posts a rating of or better (min. 20 atts.), including a OT win vs. Pittsburgh (11/22) when he threw for 248 yards with two TDs, compiling a season-high rating. Cassel threw for a season-high 331 yards vs. Cleveland (12/20), his fourth career 300-yard game and his fi rst as a member of the Chiefs. Cincinnati is 2-25 (.074) when allowing an opposing QB to post a rating (min. 20 atts.) dating back to 2004, including a string of 10 straight losses. Cassel has been especially sharp in the Red Zone, completing 29 of 57 passes for 185 yards with 12 TDs and no INTs, good for a 97.6 Red Zone passer rating. Cassel and Packers QB Aaron Rodgers are tied with an NFL-high nine fourth-quarter TDs. Palmer threw for a season-high 314 yards at San Diego (12/20), snapping a 29-game drought without producing a 300-yard passer. Buffalo (52) owns the NFL s longest active stretch without a 300-yard QB. Over his last eight starts Palmer has completed 63.4% (144 of 227) of his passes for 1,580 yards with 11 TDs and four INTs, numbers that translate into a 92.8 rating. KC s defense has allowed an average of 69.5 net passing yards in its last two games, allowing zero completions of 20+ yards in those contests. The Chiefs are seeking to register an INT in three straight games for the fi rst time this season. Palmer suffered two INTs in a loss at Arrowhead (10/14/07). He also tallied 320 yards and two TDs in that contest.
5 POSITION-BY-POSITION NOTES QUARTERBACKS QB MATT CASSEL Connected on 22 of 40 throws for a season-high 331 yards with two TD for a 99.1 rating vs. Cleveland (12/20), his sixth multi-td game of In 13 starts has completed 236 of 432 passes for 2,537 yards with 15 TDs and 13 INTs for a 71.1 rating with 46 carries for 168 yards. Is ninth in the AFC with 15 TD passes. His passer rating in the Red Zone ranks sixth in the AFC. Had a career-long streak of 150 straight atts. without an INT (9/20-10/25). Has played in 43 games (28 starts) with NE ( ) and KC (2009), connecting on 585 of 987 passes for 6,483 yards with 38 TDs and 26 INTs for a 80.7 rating. Has 131 carries for 466 yards with three TDs. QB BRODIE CROYLE Has played in three games (one start), connecting on 23 of 40 passes for 230 yards with two TDs for a 90.6 rating. Completed 16 of 24 passes for 177 yards at Baltimore (9/13), tying a career high with two TDs and posting a rating. Has played in 16 games (nine starts) in four seasons ( ), completing 173 of 300 passes for 1,631 yards with eight TDs and eight INTs for a 70.6 rating. Also has 10 rushes for 15 yards. QB MATT GUTIERREZ Was claimed off waivers from New England on August 6th. RUNNING BACKS RB JAMAAL CHARLES Produced a career-high 25 rushes for a career-best 154 yards (6.2 avg.) with a 47-yard TD and two receptions for 16 yards vs. Cleveland (12/20). Has played in 13 games (eight starts) with 141 rushes for a team-high 759 yards (5.4 avg.) with fi ve TDs, 36 receptions for 272 yards with a TD and 36 KORs for 925 yards (25.7 avg.) with a TD. Has scored a touchdown in six consecutive games. Is the second player in team history with three TD runs of 40+ yards. His 76-yard run vs. Buffalo (12/13) is the eighth-longest in the NFL in His 97-yard KOR vs. PIT (11/22) is tied for the eighth-longest in the NFL. His 272 rec. yards and 36 catches are ninth among RBs in the AFC. Ranks seventh in the AFC with a 25.7-yard KOR average. Owns four career 100-yard rush. games and one 100-yard rec. contest. Has seen action in 29 games (10 starts), compiling 208 carries for 1,116 yards (5.4 avg.) with fi ve TDs and 63 receptions for 544 yards with two TDs. Has added 51 kickoff returns for 1,246 yards (24.4 avg.) with a TD. RB TIM CASTILLE Has played in fi ve games, recording 11 carries for 36 yards (3.3 avg.), three receptions for 17 yards and fi ve special teams tackles. Signed with the club as a free agent on November 17th. FB MIKE COX Has played in 14 games (nine starts), rushing one time for two yards and catching seven passes for 52 yards. RB JAVARRIS WILLIAMS Has played in two games. Spent the first 11 contests on the practice squad and was promoted to the 53-man roster on December 5th. WIDE RECEIVERS WR CHRIS CHAMBERS Had fi ve catches for 114 yards (22.8 avg.) with a nine-yard TD vs. Cleveland (12/20), his second 100-yard game with KC and the 19th of his career. Owns 28 catches for 494 yards and four TDs in seven starts with KC. Acquired by the Chiefs via waivers from San Diego on November 3rd. Has played in 138 games (118 starts) with Miami ( ), San Diego ( ) and Kansas City (2009), catching 510 passes for 7,321 yards (14.4 avg.) with 57 TDs. Has added 44 carries for 373 yards (8.5 avg.). WR DWAYNE BOWE Caught four passes for 56 yards (14.0 avg.) vs. Cleveland (12/20). Has played in nine games (eight starts), catching a team-high 37 passes for 522 yards (14.1 avg.) with four TDs. Has played in 41 games (39 starts), catching 193 passes for 2,539 yards (13.2 avg.) with 16 TDs. Has caught a pass in 33 straight games, KC s longest active streak. Joined WR Otis Taylor as the second player in franchise history to register a 1,000-yard season in just his second pro campaign. Posted a career-high 10 receptions for 103 yards at Cincinnati (12/28/08). WR MARK BRADLEY Had three receptions for 52 yards with a TD and a career-high seven kickoff returns for a career-best 123 yards (17.6 avg.) vs. Cleveland (12/20). Has played in 13 games (six starts), tallying 24 catches for 320 yards with two TDs, two rushes for 20 yards and one completion for 26 yards. Also has seven kickoff returns for 123 yards. Has played in 57 games (18 starts) in fi ve NFL seasons with Chicago ( ) and Kansas City ( ). Has caught 92 career passes for 1,283 yards (13.9 avg.) with nine TDs. WR TERRANCE COPPER Has played in 13 games (one start), recording two catches for 11 yards, one kickoff return for 18 yards and 13 special teams tackles. Has appeared in 76 games (six starts) in six NFL seasons with Dallas ( ), New Orleans ( ), Baltimore (2008) and KC (2009). Has caught 48 passes for 611 yards (12.7 avg.) with six TDs, returned 27 kickoffs for 520 yards (19.3 avg.) and added 54 special teams tackles. Tied a career high with six receptions for 87 yards with a TD vs. Cincinnati (11/19/06) with New Orleans. WR BOBBY WADE Has played in 10 games (six starts), catching 33 passes for 333 yards (10.1 avg.) with two TDs, rushing three times for 11 yards and returning 20 punts for 156 yards (7.8 avg.). His 7.8 punt return avg. is ninth in the AFC. Has played in 100 games (50 starts) with CHI ( ), TEN ( ), MIN ( ) and KC (2009), catching 241 passes for 2,824 yards (11.7 avg.) with nine TDs and 22 rushes for 93 yards (4.2 avg.). Has also returned 50 kickoffs for 1,194 yards (23.9 avg.) and 77 punts for 656 yards (8.5 avg.) with one TD. Caught four passes for 47 yards vs. Cincinnati (9/25/05) with Tennessee. WR LANCE LONG Has played in seven games (one start), catching 20 passes for 178 yards, rushing one time for for a one-yard loss and returning six kickoffs for 106 yards. Signed to the 53-man roster from the practice squad on October 24th. TIGHT ENDS TE LEONARD POPE Totaled three catches for 23 yards vs. Cleveland (12/20). In 11 games (six starts) has 18 catches for 138 yards with a TD. Joined the Chiefs as a free agent on September 29th. Has appeared in 53 games (31 starts) with ARZ ( ) and KC (2009), catching 66 passes for 614 yards with six TDs. TE BRAD COTTAM Tied a career high with four receptions for a career-best 62 yards vs. Cleveland (12/20). Has played in eight games (one start), catching nine passes for 120 yards. Has played in 24 contests (eight starts) with Kansas City ( ). TE SEAN RYAN In 10 games (eight starts) has 14 catches for 135 yards and two TDs. Has appeared in 53 games (15 starts) with DAL ( ), the NYJ ( ), MIA (2008), NO (2008), SF (2008) and KC (2009). TE JAKE O CONNELL Made his fi rst NFL start vs. Oakland (9/20). OFFENSIVE LINE G BRIAN WATERS Was inactive vs. Cleveland (12/20) with a hamstring injury, ending his streak of 51 consecutive starts. Has played in 145 games (131 starts) in 10 seasons with the Chiefs ( ), earning four Pro Bowl appearances. C RUDY NISWANGER Has started 14 contests at center. Has played in 44 games (29 starts) for Kansas City ( ). T BRANDEN ALBERT Started at LT vs. Cleveland (12/20). Was inactive with an ankle injury at WAS (10/18) and vs. SD (10/25). Has started 12 games at left tackle. T RYAN O CALLAGHAN Has started 10 games at RT. Has played in 37 games (17 starts) with NE ( ) and KC (2009). G/T WADE SMITH Started at RG vs. PIT (11/22), at SD (11/29), vs. DEN (12/6), vs. BUF (12/13) and vs. CLE (12/20). Started at LT in place of an injured T Branden Albert at Washington (10/18) and vs. San Diego (10/25). Also saw duty at center in place of an injured C Rudy Niswanger vs. San Diego (10/25). Has played in 74 games (32 starts) in seven NFL campaigns with Miami ( ), the N.Y. Jets ( ) and Kansas City ( ). C/G ANDY ALLEMAN Started at LG in place of an injured G Brian Waters vs. Cleveland (12/20). Started at RG at JAX (11/8) and at OAK (11/15). Has played in 22 games (six starts) with New Orleans (2007), Miami (2008) and Kansas City (2009). G/T IKECHUKU NDUKWE Has played in 10 games with three starts at right tackle and has been inactive for four contests. Has appeared in 31 games (18 starts) and two playoff contests (one start) with WAS (2005), BAL ( ), MIA ( ) and KC (2009). T BARRY RICHARDSON Signed to the 53-man roster on October 17th after spending the fi rst five weeks on the practice squad. G DARRYL HARRIS Signed to the 53-man roster on December 19th after spending the fi rst 13 games on the practice squad. DEFENSIVE LINE DT RON EDWARDS Has played in 14 games with 12 starts at NT, posting 27 tackles (22 solo) with
6 VS. two for loss, three QB pressures, three passes defensed and a FR. Has played in 110 games (66 starts) with Buffalo ( ) and Kansas City ( ), recording 199 tackles (141 solo), 13.5 sacks (-73.5 yards), 43 QB pressures, four FFs, three FRs and three PDs. DE GLENN DORSEY Was inactive with a knee injury vs. Cleveland (12/20), ending his streak of 29 consecutive starts. Owns 42 tackles (32 solo), fi ve QB pressures, three FRs and a PD. Has started 29 games with Kansas City ( ), recording 92 tackles (73 solo), a sack, fi ve QB pressures, one FF, three FRs and two PDs. Tied a career high with six tackles at Cincinnati (12/28/08). DE TYSON JACKSON Has 24 tackles (14 solo), four QB pressures and two PDs in 14 games (13 starts). DE WALLACE GILBERRY Collected a career-high six solo tackles vs. Cleveland (12/20). Has played in 14 games, compiling 29 tackles (24 solo), 3.5 sacks (-23.5 yards) and fi ve QB pressures. DE ALEX MAGEE Has eight tackles (seven solo), 2.0 sacks and three QB pressures in 14 games (one start). DE/DT DION GALES Was promoted to the 53-man roster on December 12th. LINEBACKERS LB MIKE VRABEL Was inactive with a knee injury vs. Pittsburgh (11/22) and at San Diego (11/29), ending his streak of 99 consecutive games played. Has started 12 contests, producing 55 tackles (36 solo) with two for loss, 2.0 sacks (-11.0 yards), six QB pressures, two FFs, a FR and four PDs Caught a one-yard TD reception from QB Matt Cassel vs. Dallas (10/11). Has played in 188 games (122 starts) with Pittsburgh ( 97-00), New England ( ) and Kansas City (2009), tallying 736 tackles (489 solo), 57.0 sacks ( yards), 11 INTs, 16 QB pressures, 39 PDs, 18 FFs and eight FRs. Has nine TD catches. Had a one-yard TD catch at Cincinnati (10/1/07) with New England. LB TAMBA HALI Has started 14 games, compiling 57 tackles (30 solo), 7.5 sacks (-43.5 yards), 11 QB pressures and four forced fumbles. His 7.5 sacks are 10th in the AFC. Is tied for third in the AFC and tied for sixth in the NFL with four FFs. Has started 61 contests with KC, posting 237 tackles (181 solo), 26.0 sacks ( yards), 35 QB pressures, an INT, 15 FFs and two FRs. His 13 career forced fumbles are third in team history, trailing only LB Derrick Thomas (45) and DE Neil Smith (29). Ranks 11th in team history with 26.0 career sacks. LB DEMORRIO WILLIAMS Totaled a career-high 16 tackles (10 solo) vs. Cleveland (12/20). Has played in 14 games (12 starts), registering a team-high 124 tackles (79 solo) with two behind the line and three passes defensed. Has seen action in 93 games (63 starts), totaling 551 tackles (353 solo), 6.5 sacks, fi ve INTs, 12 PDs, three FFs and three FRs with a TD. LB COREY MAYS Registered fi ve tackles (one solo) vs. Cleveland (12/20). Has played in 14 games (12 starts), recording 90 tackles (57 solo) with two for loss, four QB pressures and one pass defensed. Has appeared in 44 games (12 starts) with New England ( ), Cincinnati ( ) and Kansas City (2009), tallying 106 tackles (64 solo), four QB pressures, a pass defensed and 41 special teams tackles. LB ANDY STUDEBAKER Recovered a fumbled punt snap in the end zone for his fi rst career TD vs. Cleveland (12/20). His 94-yard INT return vs. Pittsburgh (11/22) was the fi fth-longest in Chiefs history and the third-longest in the NFL in Leads all NFL LBs with 96 INT return yards. Has played in 14 contests (two starts) with 17 tackles (13 solo), two INTs for 96 yards, three PDs, nine special teams tackles and a fumble recovery on special teams for a TD. LB DERRICK JOHNSON Has played in 13 games (two starts) and has been inactive for one contest with a groin injury, tallying 29 tackles (20 solo), a sack (-7.0 yards), one QB pressure, two passes defensed, a FF and an INT for 70 yards. In 72 games (60 starts), has recorded 420 tackles (330 solo), 13.0 sacks, four INTs, 27 PDs, 11 FFs, three FRs and 21 QB pressures. Tied a career high with 11 tackles (seven solo) at Cincinnati (12/28/08). LB JOVAN BELCHER Rookie FA from Maine has played in 14 games (two starts) with 23 tackles (19 solo), two QB pressures, one PD and 13 special teams stops. LB DAVID HERRON In 22 games (three starts) with MIN ( ) and KC (2009) has eight tackles (fi ve solo), one QB pressure and 15 special teams tackles. LB PIERRE WALTERS Rookie FA from Eastern Illinois has played in three games and has been inactive for 11 contests. Has one tackle. LB JUSTIN ROGERS Played in 32 games with Dallas ( ) and Kansas City (2009), producing three solo tackles and 35 special teams stops. DEFENSIVE BACKS S MIKE BROWN Has started 14 games, collecting 82 tackles (66 solo), 2.0 sacks (-24.0 yards) with four for loss, three INTs, six PDs, a QB pressure and a FR. Has played in 114 games (113 starts) with CHI ( ) and KC (2009), collecting 711 tackles (479 solo), 7.0 sacks (-59.0 yards), 20 INTs for 288 yards with four TDs, 43 PDs, fi ve FFs, eight FRs and 33 sp. teams tackles. Registered 10 tackles vs. Cincinnati (9/25/05) with Chicago. S JON McGRAW Has played in 12 games (seven starts). Has 36 tackles (33 solo) with three for loss, a sack (-6.0 yards), a fumble recovery and two QB pressures. Blocked a punt and recovered it in the end zone for a TD at Baltimore (9/13) Has played in 98 games (19 starts) with NYJ ( ), DET ( ) and KC ( ), posting 203 tackles (156 solo), a sack (-6.0 yards), four INTs, 12 PDs, two FFs, three FRs and 104 special teams tackles. Has also blocked a punt and recovered it for a touchdown. CB BRANDON FLOWERS Intercepted a QB Brady Quinn pass vs. Cleveland (12/20). His four INTs are tied for seventh in the AFC this season. Has started 13 games and has been inactive for one contest, totaling 56 tackles (49 solo), four INTs, two FFs, two FRs and a team-high 21 PDs. Has seen action in 27 career games (26 starts), producing 134 tackles (114 solo), six INTs for 156 yards with a TD, 31 PDs, three FFs and four FRs. CB BRANDON CARR Recorded three solo tackles, an INT off QB Brady Quinn and tied a career high with three passes defensed vs. Cleveland (12/20). Has started 14 games, tallying 51 tackles (47 solo), an INT, 16 PDs, one forced fumble and a fumble recovery. CB TRAVIS DANIELS Has played in seven games (one start), totaling 10 tackles (six solo), one PD, one QB pressure and fi ve special teams stops. Has played in 58 games (27 starts) with MIA ( ), CLE (2008) and KC (2009), recording 136 tackles (99 solo), three INTs, 20 PDs and one FR. CB MIKE RICHARDSON Has played in nine games (one start), recording six tackles (fi ve solo) and nine special teams stops. Has played in 19 games (one start) with New England ( ) and Kansas City (2009), producing 10 tackles (nine solo) and 19 special teams stops. S DaJUAN MORGAN Tallied a career-high eight solo tackles vs. Cleveland (12/20). Has played in 13 contests (two starts), producing 15 solo tackles, a fumble recovery and fi ve special teams stops. Has played in 25 games (one start) with Kansas City ( ), posting 34 tackles (31 solo), a FR and 16 special teams stops. CB DONALD WASHINGTON Has seen action in seven games, producing three solo tackles. SPECIALISTS P DUSTIN COLQUITT Recorded six punts for 274 yards (45.7 gross, 39.0 net) with three inside the 20 vs. Cleveland (12/20). Has played in 14 games, punting 87 times for 3,920 yards (45.1 gross, 40.5 net) with 36 inside the 20 and fi ve touchbacks. His 36 punts inside the 20 are a KC single-season record. His 40.5-yard net avg. is thrid in the AFC and sixth in the NFL. Is second in the NFL with 36 punts inside the 20 and is tied for third in the NFL 21 forced fair catches. Has allowed 66 punt returns for zero yards or less, the most in the NFL. Has played in 76 games in fi ve seasons, punting 388 times for 17,061 yards (44.0 gross, 38.8 net), 140 inside the 20 and 32 touchbacks. His yard career net punting average ranks fi rst in Chiefs history and is third in NFL history since the AFL-NFL merger. Is fi rst in Chiefs history with 140 punts inside the 20-yard line. K RYAN SUCCOP Converted both of his FGs and a career-high four PATs for 10 points vs. Cleveland (12/20). In 14 games, has made 21 of 25 FGs and 23 PATs for a team-high 86 points. Has landed 48 of his 63 kickoffs inside the 10-yard line with six TBs. His 86 points lead all NFL rookies. His 21 made fi eld goals are tied with K Jan Stenerud for the highest total by a rookie in Chiefs history while his 25 attempts are third. His 53-yard FG at Baltimore (9/13) is tied for the 10th-longest in the NFL this season and is the longest by a KC rookie since 67. LS THOMAS GAFFORD Has played in 23 games for Kansas City ( ).
7 THE LAST TIME Bengals 16, Chiefs 6 December 28, 2008 Paul Brown Stadium 63,984 KANSAS CITY CINCINNATI The Kansas City offensive attack was held to just 220 yards against the Bengals as QB Tyler Thigpen completed 19 of 36 passes for 191 yards and the Chiefs running game produced just 31 yards in a 16-6 loss at Cincinnati to round out the 2008 campaign. The Chiefs got the ball first and QB Tyler Thigpen hit his first two passes, but the drive stalled and P Dustin Colquitt booted the ball away. Cincinnati s first drive picked up three first downs, but the Chiefs defense stiffened and held on a fourth-and-six play when CB Brandon Flowers knocked down a pass from QB Ryan Fitzpatrick to WR Glenn Holt. The next time Cincinnati got the ball, it moved 63 yards on 11 plays with four first downs. Again, the Chiefs defense stopped the march towards the end zone and K Shayne Graham hit a 38-yard FG to give the Bengals a 3-0 lead. The Bengals started a drive early in the second quarter that produced the game s first TD. Fitzpatrick led the Cincinnati offense on a six-play, 87-yard march with five first downs. RB Cedric Benson eventually scored on a two-yard run over right tackle, pushing the Cincinnati lead to The Chiefs offense couldn t get anything going in the second period, as they had the ball three times and twice went three and out. Cincinnati got the ball back and Fitzpatrick moved his group 81 yards on 16 plays, picking up five first downs. Facing first-and-goal at the 10-yard line, the Chiefs defense held the Bengals to a two-yard loss on three plays. Graham kicked a 30-yard FG and the Bengals held a 13-0 halftime lead. After the teams traded three punts to begin the second half, the Chiefs moved into Cincinnati territory for the first time. They ended up turning the ball over on downs, when a Thigpen throw to Darling fell incomplete. The Bengals added three more points in the fourth quarter, set up by a fumbled exchange between Thigpen and RB Jamaal Charles. Graham turned the turnover into a 43-yard FG to put the Bengals ahead The Chiefs offense turned around and finally got something going, moving the ball down the field and picking up six first downs along the way. Head coach Herm Edwards challenged a ruling on the field that put WR Dwayne Bowe out of bounds short of the goal line, but the play was upheld, setting the Chiefs up with firstand-goal at the one with 4:00 remaining. A TD pass from Thigpen to Bowe on fourth-and-goal from the one was then nullified by an offensive pass interference call against Bowe. The Chiefs were given new life on fourth-and-goal from the 10 when the Bengals were flagged for defensive pass interference against TE Tony Gonzalez. On second-and-goal from the five, Gonzalez then hauled in a TD from Thigpen to make the count 16-6 in favor of the Bengals. Thigpen s two-point pass attempt fell incomplete. The Bengals recovered Kansas City s ensuring onside kick. Cincinnati then gained two first downs and was able to run out the clock for the Bengals third consecutive victory. CIN Graham, 38-yard field goal (11-63, 5:53). CIN Benson, 2-yard run (Graham kick) (6-87, 3:39). CIN Graham, 30-yard field goal (16-81, 7:46). CIN Graham, 43-yard field goal (4-9, 1:52). KC Gonzalez, 5-yard pass from Thigpen (pass failed) (11-91, 4:01). Team Statistics Bengals Chiefs First Downs Total Net Yards Rushes/Net Yards /204 15/31 Net Passing Pass Attempts/Completions... 30/18 36/19 Had Intercepted Times Sacked/Yards / /2.0 Punts/Average /44.3 6/47.2 Penalties/Yards /43 6/73 Fumbles/Lost /0 1/1 Possession Time :39 22:21 RUSHING KC L. Johnson 10-18; Charles 3-9; Thigpen 2-4. CIN Benson , TD; Caldwell 4-49; Fitzpatrick 7-29; J. Johnson RECEIVING KC Bowe ; Gonzalez 5-53, TD; Bradley 2-21; Darling CIN Caldwell 5-34; J. Johnson 3-20; Benson 2-19; Henry 2-19; Lawrie 2-11; Kelly 2-9; Holt 1-10; Utecht 1-7. PASSING KC Thigpen , 1 TD, 0 INTs. CIN Fitzpatrick , 0 TDs, 0 INTs. INTERCEPTIONS KC None. CIN None. SACKS KC Babin 1.0. CIN Odom 1.0. FIELD GOALS KC None. CIN Graham (38) (30) (43). WR Dwayne Bowe records his first career 1,000- yard receiving season.
8 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS / WEEK 15 / THROUGH SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2009 WON 3, LOST 11 * RUSHING No. Yds Avg Long TD 09/13 L at Baltimore 71,099 Charles t 5 09/20 L Oakland 69,169 L. Johnson TM /27 L at Philadelphia 69,144 Cassel /04 L New York Giants 69,238 Savage /11 L OT Dallas 71,214 Castille /18 W 14-6 at Washington 79,572 Ko. Smith /25 L 7-37 San Diego 69,337 Battle /08 L at Jacksonville 45,546 Bradley /15 W at Oakland 40,720 Lawrence /22 W OT Pittsburgh 70,261 Wade /29 L at San Diego 65,280 McGraw /06 L Denver 68,912 Cox /13 L Buffalo 68,668 Thigpen TM /20 L Cleveland 53,315 Long LG /27 at Cincinnati Long TM /03 at Denver J. Williams K.C. Opp. TEAM t 5 TOTAL FIRST DOWNS OPPONENTS Rushing * RECEIVING No. Yds Avg Long TD Passing Chambers LG Penalty Chambers TM rd Down: Made/Att 52/202 71/193 Bowe rd Down Pct Charles th Down: Made/Att 14/28 5/10 Wade th Down Pct Bradley POSSESSION AVG. 27:46 32:14 Long LG TOTAL NET YARDS Long TM Avg. Per Game Pope t 1 Total Plays Ryan Avg. Per Play L. Johnson TM NET YARDS RUSHING Cottam Avg. Per Game Cox Total Rushes Savage NET YARDS PASSING Engram Avg. Per Game Castille Sacked/Yards Lost 44/253 19/125 Copper Gross Yards Ko. Smith Att./Completions 474/ /253 Battle Completion Pct Lawrence Had Intercepted Vrabel t 1 PUNTS/AVERAGE 88/ /44.5 TEAM NET PUNTING AVG. 88/ /39.9 OPPONENTS t 22 PENALTIES/YARDS 73/551 95/731 * INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg Long TD FUMBLES/BALL LOST 29/10 23/13 Flowers TOUCHDOWNS M. Brown Rushing 5 16 Studebaker Passing D. Johnson Returns 3 5 Carr * SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS TEAM TEAM OPPONENTS OPPONENTS * PUNTING No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B * SCORING TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT FG S PTS Colquitt Succop /23 21/ TEAM Charles OPPONENTS Chambers LG * PUNT RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD Chambers TM Wade Bowe Savage Bradley Leggett Ryan Bradley Wade Engram McGraw TEAM Pope OPPONENTS Studebaker * KICKOFF RETURNS No. Yds Avg Long TD Vrabel Charles t 1 Hali Lawrence TEAM /23 21/ Savage OPPONENTS /42 27/ Bradley Pt. Conversions: Charles, TEAM 1-2, Long LG OPPONENTS 0-0 Long TM SACKS: Hali 7.5, Gilberry 3.5, M. Brown 2, Cox Magee 2, Vrabel 2, D. Johnson 1, McGraw 1, Copper TEAM 19, OPPONENTS 44 Studebaker FUM/LOST: Cassel 13/3, Charles 4/3, TEAM t 1 Wade 3/0, L. Johnson (TM) 2/1, Bowe 1/0, OPPONENTS t 2 Castille 1/1, Croyle 1/0, Leggett 1/0, * FIELD GOALS Long (LG) 1/0, Long (TM) 1/0, Niswanger 1/1, Succop 0/ 0 9/ 9 5/ 5 5/ 6 2/5 Savage 1/1 TEAM 0/ 0 9/ 9 5/ 5 5/ 6 2/5 OPPONENTS 1/ 1 9/ 9 7/ 8 7/11 3/6 Succop: (53G)(23G)()(34G)(47G,38G,53B)(39G,46G,46G,24G)(43N)(45G,21G,56N)(50G,25G,52N,31G) (27G,22G)()(22G,47G)(21G)(30G,27G) OPP: (44G,41N)(48G,54G)(29G,38G)(25G,40G,38N)(40N,22G, 28G)(40G,28G)(20G,43N,39G,19G)(53N,27G)(50G,45N)(36G)(55G,23G)(44G,38G,37G)(41G,24G, 51N,36G)(47G,30G,52N) * PASSING Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating Cassel / Croyle / Bradley / Gutierrez / TEAM / OPPONENTS t 19/
9 2009 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS DEFENSIVE STATS Regular Season Statistics (Through 14 Games) Pos. Player Tkls. Asst. Total TFL Sacks/Yds PR FR FF INT/YDS PD LB Williams, Demorrio / LB Mays, Corey / S Brown, Mike / /13 6 LB Hali, Tamba / CB Flowers, Brandon / /38 21 LB Vrabel, Mike / CB Carr, Brandon / /31 16 DE Dorsey, Glenn / S McGraw, Jon / LB Johnson, Derrick / /70 2 DT Edwards, Ron / DE Gilberry, Wallace / DE Jackson, Tyson / LB Belcher, Jovan / S Page, Jarrad / DT Tyler, Tank / LB Studebaker, Andy / /96 3 S Morgan, DaJuan / CB Leggett, Maurice / CB Daniels, Travis / DE Magee, Alex / CB Richardson, Mike / CB Washington, Donald / CB Colclough, Ricardo / LB Beisel, Monty / DT Gales, Dion /0/ DT Smith, Kenny / LB Walters, Pierre / TOTALS / / CHIEFS SPECIAL TEAMS STATS DEFENSIVE SCORES Pos. Player Tkls. Asst. Total TDs (0): LB Belcher, Jovan WR Copper, Terrence CB Richardson, Mike Safety (1): LB Tamba Hali (Todd Collins) LB Studebaker, Andy at Washington (10/18/09) LB Johnson, Derrick LB Herron, David RB Battle, Jackie SPECIAL TEAMS BIG PLAYS S Morgan, DaJuan TDs (3): S Jon McGraw blocked punt recovery CB Daniels, Travis in end zone at Baltimore (9/13/09) FB Castille, Tim S McGraw, Jon RB Jamaal Charles 97-yard kickoff return TD WR Lawrence, Quinten vs. Pittsburgh (11/22/09) RB Charles, Jamaal LS Gafford, Thomas LB Andy Studebaker fumble recovery S Brown, Mike in end zone vs. Cleveland (12/20/09) CB Leggett, Maurice LB Mays, Corey Blocked Punts (1): S Jon McGraw (Sam Koch) LB Williams, Demorrio at Baltimore (9/13/09) CB Colclough, Ricardo LB Beisel, Monty Deflected Punts (1): LB Demorrio Williams DE Gilberry, Wallace (Glenn Pakulak) at Washington (10/18/09) LB Rogers, Justin K Succop, Ryan Blk Punt Rec. (0): LB Walters, Pierre TOTALS KEY Blk Field Goal (0): PR = Pressure FR = Fumble Recovery FF = Forced Fumble Blk FG Rec. (0): INT = Interception PD = Pass Defensed FF (0): FR (2): CB Maurice Leggett (Patrick Crayton) vs. Dallas (10/11/09) LB Andy Studebaker (Ryan Pontbriand) vs. Cleveland (12/20/09) Regular season defensive and special teams statistics are based on coaches film review.
10 2009 CHIEFS GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSE 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/29 12/6 12/13 12/20 BAL OAK PHI NYG DAL WAS SD JAX OAK PIT SD DEN BUF CLE CIN DEN FIRST DOWNS Total Rushing Passing Penalty THIRD DOWNS Attempts Converted Percentage TOT. OFFENSE Net Yards Plays Avg./Play RUSHING Net Yards Rush. Att Avg./Att PASSING Net Yards Attempts Completions Intercepted Gross Yards Sacked Yards Lost ADVANCES Rushes Completions Totals PENALTIES Number Yards FUMBLES Number Lost SCORING Points TD Rushing TD Passing TD KO Returns TD Punt Returns TD Sp. Teams TD Def. Returns FG Attempts FG Made Safety
11 2009 CHIEFS GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSE 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/29 12/6 12/13 12/20 BAL OAK PHI NYG DAL WAS SD JAX OAK PIT SD DEN BUF CLE CIN DEN FIRST DOWNS Total Rushing Passing Penalty THIRD DOWNS Attempts Converted Percentage TOT. OFFENSE Net Yards Plays Avg./Play RUSHING Net Yards Rush. Att Avg./Att PASSING Net Yards Attempts Completions Intercepted Gross Yards Sacked Yards Lost ADVANCES Rushes Completions Total PENALTIES Number Yards FUMBLES Number Lost SCORING Points TD Rushing TD Passing TD KO Returns TD Punt Returns TD Sp. Teams TD Def. Returns FG Attempts FG Made Safety
12 THE LAST GAME Browns 41, Chiefs 34 December 20, 2009 Arrowhead Stadium 53,315 CLEVELAND KANSAS CITY In a game filled with big plays and drastic momentum swings, Cleveland ultimately prevailed by a margin thanks to two kickoff return TDs by WR Josh Cribbs and a franchise-record 286 rushing yards by RB Jerome Harrison, who scored three TDs. QB Matt Cassel led the Chiefs on an eight-play, 58-yard TD drive to tie the game at with 2:20 left to play, connecting on a 12-yard TD pass to WR Mark Bradley on fourth and six. Cleveland answered as Harrison broke off a 28-yard TD run to give the Browns a lead with 0:44 left in the contest. Cassel finished the game with a season-high 331 passing yards and led the Chiefs to Cleveland s 26-yard line before his final pass attempt fell incomplete. After Cleveland opened the contest with a 12-play, 46-yard scoring drive that culminated with a 47-yard FG by K Phil Dawson, Kansas City was driving before RB Tim Castille lost a fumble. But the Chiefs defense returned the favor as CB Brandon Carr grabbed an errant QB Brady Quinn pass and returned it 31 yards to the Cleveland 49-yard line. Kansas City would be forced to settle for a 30-yard K Ryan Succop FG to tie the game at 3-3. Cribbs took the ensuing kickoff back for a 100-yard TD, pushing the Browns back into the lead, making the score 10-3 with 3:56 left in the first quarter. After a Chiefs punt, the Browns tacked on a 30-yard Dawson FG increasing Cleveland s lead to 13-3 with 12:32 left in the opening half. The Chiefs would answer with a nine-yard TD pass from Cassel to WR Chris Chambers, trimming the Browns lead to with 10:04 left in the first half. After a Cleveland punt, Cassel hit TE Brad Cottam for 24 yards. Three plays later, RB Jamaal Charles broke loose for a 47-yard TD run, giving the Chiefs the lead with 4:10 left in the first half. Charles would finish the day with a career-high 154 rushing yards. The Browns next possession stalled and an errant punt snap was recovered by LB Andy Studebaker in the end zone, giving the Chiefs a lead with 2:44 left before intermission. But Cleveland would regain the momentum almost immediatley as Cribbs returned the ensuing kickoff for a 103-yard TD, cutting the Chiefs advantage to After Kansas City was forced to punt on its opening possession of the second half, Harrison broke off a 71-yard TD run to give the Browns a advantage. CB Brandon Flowers registered an INT to halt another Browns scoring drive, but the Chiefs failed to capitalize. Early in the fourth quarter, Harrison extended the Browns lead with an eight-yard TD run making it with 12:09 left to play. The Chiefs added a 27-yard Succop FG, narrowing the Cleveland margin to with 8:08 left in the game. After Dawson s subsequent 52-yard FG attempt came up short, the Chiefs took the ball on their own 42-yard line with 4:26 remaining. Cassel then orchestrated a game-tying drive as his 12-yard TD to Bradley made the count Harrison put the final dagger into the Chiefs with his 28-yard TD run with 0:44 left to play. Cassel attempted to put together one final drive for the Chiefs, but there wasn t enough time as the Browns left Arrowhead with a victory. GAME NOTES RB Jamaal Charles registered a career-high 154 rushing yards. Charles scored a TD in his sixth consecutive game. QB Matt Cassel recorded his fourth career 300-yard passing game and his first with the Chiefs. CLE Dawson, 47-yard field goal (12-46, 4:47). KC Succop, 30-yard field goal (6-37, 1:58). CLE Cribbs, 100-yard kickoff return (Dawson kick) (0-0, 0:16). CLE Dawson, 30-yard field goal (9-40, 4:32). KC Chambers, 9-yard pass from Cassel (Succop kick) (6-72, 2:28). KC Charles, 47-yard run (Succop kick) (5-85, 2:36). KC Studebaker, fumble recovery in end zone (Succop kick). CLE Cribbs, 103-yard kickoff return (Dawson kick) (0-0, 0:13). CLE Harrison, 71-yard run (Dawson kick) (2-82, 0:43). CLE Harrison, 8-yard run (Dawson kick) (14-79, 8:09). KC Succop, 27-yard field goal (11-64, 4:01). KC Bradley, 12-yard pass from Cassel (Succop kick) (8-58, 2:06). CLE Harrison, 28-yard run (Dawson kick) (6-70, 1:36). Team Statistics Browns Chiefs First Downs Total Net Yards Rushes/Net Yards /351 30/168 Net Passing Pass Attempts/Completions /10 40/22 Had Intercepted Times Sacked/Yards / /8.0 Punts/Average /33.0 6/45.7 Penalties/Yards /20 3/34 Fumbles/Lost /1 2/1 Possession Time :25 25:35 RUSHING KC Charles , TD; Cassel 2-10; Castille 2-3; J. Williams 1-1. CLE Harrison , 3 TDs; Quinn 4-39; Jennings 7-18; Cribbs 3-8; Hodges 1-0. RECEIVING KC Chambers 5-114, TD; Cottam 4-62; Bowe 4-56; Bradley 3-52, TD; Pope 3-23; Charles 2-16; Cox 1-8. CLE Stuckey 5-41; Harrison 2-12; Moore 1-7; Massaquoi 1-3; Cribbs 1-3. PASSING KC Cassel , 2 TDs, 0 INTs. CLE Quinn , 0 TDs, 2 INTs. Cribbs 0-1-0, 0 TDs, 0 INTs. INTERCEPTIONS KC Carr 1-31; Flowers 1-0. CLE None. SACKS KC None. CLE Roth 1.0. FIELD GOALS KC Succop 30) (27). CLE Dawson (47) (30) 52 SH. RB Jamaal Charles scores on a 47-yard TD run.
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