Succop’s pressure-packed 43-yarder with 3 seconds left in regulation not only tied the game, it tied the club record of five field goals in a game — a distinction he had shared with Stenerud (who did it three times) and Lowery (four).
Succop’s 31-yarder in overtime gave the Chiefs the victory, and put him all alone in the franchise record book, just two shy of the NFL-record eight by Tennessee’s Rob Bironas in 2007
“That’s very humbling … anytime you’re ever mentioned in the same sentence as those guys,” said Succop, who made five field goals in a game last year against Minnesota. “Today our team needed it, and I was able to have an opportunity to go out and knock them through.
“It’s a testament for how well Thomas (Gafford) snapped and Dustin (Colquitt) held for me, and our line protected.”