Kansas City Chiefs Records
Listed below are Kansas City Chiefs Records, Firsts, Odds &
Original Home/Name: The team originally played
in Dallas and was known as the Texans (1960-62).
First Regular-Season Game: A 21-20 loss to
the Los Angeles Chargers, 9/10/60.
First Regular-Season Win: A 34-16 victory over
the Oakland Raiders, 9/16/60.
First Winning Season: 1960 (8-6).
First Playoff Appearance: A 20-17 double-overtime
victory over the Houston Oilers for the American Football League
First Super Bowl Appearance: A 35-10 loss to
the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl I, 1/15/67.
First Super Bowl Win: A 23-7 victory over the
Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl IV, 1/11/70.
First to Rush 100 Yards in a Game: Abner Haynes,
114 yards vs. the Denver Broncos, 11/13/60.
First 1,000-Yard Rusher: Abner Haynes, 1,049
First to Pass 400 Yards in a Game: Len Dawson,
435 yards vs. the Denver Broncos, 11/1/64.
First to Gain 300 Yards Receiving: Stephone
Paige, 309 yards vs. the San Diego Chargers, 12/22/85.
Most Career Rushing Yards: Priest Holmes, 5,482
Most Career Passing Yards: Len Dawson, 28,507
Most Career Receptions: Tony Gonzalez, 570
All-Time Leading Scorer: Nick Lowery, 1,466
Longest Kickoff Return: 106 yards by Noland
Smith vs. the Denver Broncos, 12/17/67.
First Chief Elected to the Hall of Fame: Owner
Lamar Hunt, 1972.
Longest Game Played: A 20-17 double-overtime
victory by the Dallas Texans over the Houston Oilers in the
1962 AFL Championship game, 12/23/62.