Top 100 all-time Kansas City Chiefs moments: 100-76

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KANSAS CITY, MO – DECEMBER 1: Wide receiver Marc Boerigter #85 of the Kansas City Chiefs exults in a wide open third quarter touchdown against the Arizona Cardinals December 1, 2002, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. The Chiefs won 49-0. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

100. Marc Boerigter scores 99-yard touchdown (2002)

On Dec. 22, 2002, the Kansas City Chiefs were trying to stay alive in the AFC playoff picture against the San Diego Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium. It appeared that the Chiefs would be on the outside looking in, but rookie wide receiver Marc Boerigter was still going hard after toiling for two seasons in the Canadian Football League.

In the contest, quarterback Trent Green and Boerigeter hooked up for one of the most memorable plays in franchise history. Pinned at their own 1-yard line, Green hit Boerigter down the right sideline, before the youngster turn upfield and tied a record which will never be eclipsed. Boerigter was able to score from 99 yards out, becoming the first player with a reception of that length since 1995. The touchdown would help Kansas City go onto a 24-22 win, and while it did not lead to a playoff berth, it was a day to remember nonetheless.

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