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Chiefs vs. Redskins Recap: Just The Facts

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Washington Redskins 45-10 on the road, to move to 10-3 on the season and one step closer to a playoff berth.

The win was resounding to say the least. The offense continued to progress, the defense finally found its dominant form and special teams was, well, incredible.

You’ll here a ton of opinions on the Chiefs here at Arrowhead Addict all week, but just for now, let’s take a look at the straight facts of this game.

They say that the film never lies. Number have a hard time doing so as well.


Score: Chiefs 45, Redskins, 10

Dec 8, 2013; Landover, MD, USA; Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe (82) makes a reception against the Washington Redskins during the first quarter at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Offensive Yards: 347

Passing: 154

Rushing: 193

Yards Allowed: 257

Rush Yards Allowed: 65

Pass Yards Allowed: 154

3rd Down Efficiency: 2-of-11

Penalties: 3 for -30 yards

Turnovers: 1

Turnovers Forced: 2

Time of Possession: 34:10


The Fun Facts


More Facts

–The Chiefs have swept the NFC East in 2013. They’ve beat said division by a score of 119-49

–Ryan Succop is now ranked No. 3 on Kansas City’s All-Time points list with 503.

–Jamaal Charles now has 20 games of 100 or more rushing yards, which puts him third on the Chiefs’ All-Time list behind Larry Johnson (3o) and Priest Holmes (24). Charles is also tied for third in the NFL for rushing touchdowns on the season with nine.

–Tamba Hali recorded two sacks, which is good for his 18th career multi-sack game.

–Hali is now third on the Chiefs’ list of All-Time sack leaders behind Derrick Thomas (126.5) and Neil Smith (86.5)

–Rookie running back Knile Davis registered his first career touchdown run against the Redskins. It was a 17-yard touchdown run.

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