The Kansas City Chiefs Defeat Bears, 26-3

STRINGING WINS TOGETHER UNDER REID: With tonight’s win at Chicago, the Chiefs move to 11-4 on the season and are on a five-game winning streak. This season’s five-game winning streak marks the seventh-consecutive year that the club has had a minimum of a five-game winning streak under Head Coach Andy Reid. Since Reid’s arrival, the team has had streaks of nine straight wins in 2013, five straight in 2014, 10 straight in 2015, five straight in 2016, five straight in 2017, five straight in 2018 and five straight in 2019.

CHIEFS TALLY SEVEN ROAD WINS FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 1966: Tonight’s win gives the Chiefs a 7-1 (.875) road record for the 2019 regular season, the franchise’s best road record since the 1966 season (7-0). Since the NFL expanded to the current 16-game schedule format in 1978, the Chiefs have never won seven road games in a single season.

CHIEFS DEFENSE CONTINUES SUCCESS: By holding the Bears to just three points in tonight’s game, the Chiefs defense logged their fifth-consecutive game holding the opposing team to 17 or fewer points and their second-consecutive game of holding the opposing team to three points. The last time the Chiefs held opponents to three or fewer points in back-to-back games was Weeks 3 and 4 of the 1990 season. Since returning from the bye in Week 13, the Chiefs defense has allowed just 7.75 points per game.

MAHOMES FASTEST IN NFL TO 9,000 PASSING YARDS AND 75 TDS: With 251 passing yards in tonight’s game, QB Patrick Mahomes now owns 9,238 passing yards for his career in 30 games played. He becomes the fastest quarterback in NFL history to reach 9,000 passing yards, doing so in 30 games. Mahomes threw for two touchdown passes in tonight’s game as well, giving him 75 career passing touchdowns, the most in any quarterback’s first 30 career games played. Tonight’s performance makes him the fastest quarterback to accomplish both milestones in only his 30th game played, passing Pro Football Hall of Fame QB Dan Marino who accomplished the feat in 34 games played. Mahomes finished tonight’s game completing 23-of-33 passes for 251 yards, with three total touchdowns (two passing and one rushing) and a 112.1 passer rating.



1.       Patrick Mahomes   30      2017-19

2.       Dan Marino             34      1983-85

3.       Kurt Warner            35      1998-2001

4.       Matthew Stafford     41      2009-12

MAHOMES RUSHES IN: QB Patrick Mahomes scored his second rushing touchdown of the season on a 12-yard run on the Chiefs opening drive of the game. Mahomes owns four rushing touchdowns for his career.

KELCE FINDS THE ENDZONE: TE Travis Kelce scored his fifth receiving touchdown of the season on a six-yard pass from QB Patrick Mahomes. Kelce owns six touchdowns (five receiving, one rushing) this season and 38 overall touchdowns for his career (37 receiving). Kelce finished the game with eight receptions for 74 yards and one touchdown.

KELCE FASTEST TE TO 500 RECEPTIONS: With eight receptions in today’s game, TE Travis Kelce now owns 504 career receptions in 95 games played. He becomes the fastest tight end in NFL history to reach the 500-reception plateau, passing Pro Football Hall of Fame TE Kellen Winslow, who reached 500 receptions in 101 career games played

KELCE TALLIES BACK-TO-BACK 1,200 YARDS SEASONS: With 74 receiving yards in today’s game TE Travis Kelce owns 1,205 receiving yards for the season, marking his second-consecutive season with 1,200 or more receiving yards. He becomes the first tight end in NFL history to accomplish this feat. His 1,205 receiving yards this season are the third-most by a tight end in a single-season in Chiefs history and the seventh-most in a single-season among all Chiefs pass catchers.



1.       1,336  Travis Kelce            2018

2.       1,258  Tony Gonzalez        2004

3.       1,205  Travis Kelce          2019

4.       1,203  Tony Gonzalez        2000

5.       1,172  Tony Gonzalez        2007



1.       1,479  Tyreek Hill               2018

2.       1,391  Derrick Alexander    2000

3.       1,351  Carlos Carson         1983

4.       1,336  Travis Kelce            2018

5.       1,297  Otis Taylor              1966

6.       1,258  Tony Gonzalez        2004

7.       1,205  Travis Kelce          2019

8.       1,203  Tony Gonzalez        2000

9.       1,183  Tyreek Hill               2017

10.     1,172  Tony Gonzalez        2007

HILL BECOMES FASTEST CHIEFS PLAYER TO 4,000 YARDS: With 72 receiving yards in today’s game, WR Tyreek Hill owns 4,054 receiving yards for his career in 58 career games played, becoming the fastest player in Chiefs history to record 4,000 receiving yards. He passes WR Otis Taylor’s previous record of 4,008 receiving yards in his first 59 games played with Kansas City. Hill finished the game with five receptions for 72 yards.

CLARK TAKES DOWN TRUBISKY: On the Bears opening drive of the game, DE Frank Clark logged his seventh sack of the season, taking down Chicago QB Mitchell Trubisky for a loss of eight yards and forcing a fourth down. Clark owns 42.0 sacks (-253.5 yards) for his career. Clark finished the game with one solo tackle for loss and 1.0 sack.

WILLIAMS TAKES IT HOME: In his first game back from injury since Week 11, RB Damien Williams scored his second receiving touchdown of the season on a 14-yard pass from QB Patrick Mahomes. Williams owns five touchdowns (three rushing, two receiving) on the season and 20 touchdowns (10 rushing, 10 receiving) for his career. Williams finished tonight’s game with 65 rushing yards on 16 attempts and three receptions for 27 yards and one touchdown.

JONES SACKS TRUBISKY: DT Chris Jones sacked Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky for a 13-yard loss in tonight’s game. He owns a team-high 8.0 sacks this season and owns 32.0 sacks (-251.0 yards) for his career. Jones finished the game with three solo tackles, including one tackle for loss, one quarterback hit and 1.0 sack.

RAGLAND TAKES DOWN TRUBISKY: LB Reggie Ragland notched his second sack of the season taking down Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky for a loss of three yards. He owns 2.5 sacks (-12.5 yards) for his career. Ragland finished the game with one solo tackle for loss, one quarterback hit and 1.0 sack.

BUTKER BOOTS CAREER-LONG FIELD GOAL: K Harrison Butker connected on a career-long 56-yard field goal in tonight’s game, marking his third 50+ yard field goal of the season. Butker now owns nine made field goals of 50 or more yards, tying K Ryan Succop for the third-most in Chiefs history. His three made field goals of 50 or more yards this season are tied for the fourth-most in a single season his franchise history. His 56-yard field is the fourth-longest made field goal in Chiefs annals.



1.       20      Nick Lowery            1980-93

2.       12      Jan Stenerud          1967-79

3t.      9        Harrison Butker     2017-19

9        Ryan Succop          2009-13       

5.       7        Cairo Santos           2014-16



1t.      4        Nick Lowery            1980

          4        Cairo Santos           2015

          4        Harrison Butker       2017

4t.      3        Harrison Butker     2019

3        Nick Lowery            1985, ‘88

          3        Ryan Succop          2011



1t.      58      Nick Lowery at Washington          Sept. 18, 1993

          58      Nick Lowery vs. L.A. Raiders        Sept. 12, 1985

3.       57      Nick Lowery vs. Seattle               Sept. 14, 1980

4.       56      Harrison Butker at Chicago       Dec. 22, 2019

5.       55      Jan Stenerud at Denver               Oct. 4, 1970

BUTKER MOVES UP SINGLE-SEASON POINTS LIST: With eight points (two FGs, two PATs) in tonight’s game, K Harrison Butker now owns 140 points this season, the fourth-most single-season points in franchise history. His 416 career points are the seventh-most in franchise history.



1.       162     Priest Holmes         2003

2.       144     Priest Holmes         2002

3.       142     Harrison Butker       2017

4.       140     Harrison Butker     2019

5.       139     Nick Lowery            1990