How The 2-0 Kansas City Chiefs Defense Compares To The Last 20 Seasons

CLEVELAND - SEPTEMBER 19: Cornerback Brandon Flowers #24 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates a touchdown with Eric Berry #29 against the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium on September 19 2010 in Cleveland Ohio. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

We know that the Kansas City Chiefs defense has been playing well. They've given up just 28 points in their first two games, both victories.

They're creating turnovers, only allowing one big touchdown per game and shutting down the run. There are a lot of things to be happy about.

But how does this start rank in Chiefs history?

I went back and looked at the Chiefs first two games -- and how many points the defense gave up -- over the last 20 seasons.

The results show that this is a top five start for the Chiefs over the last 20 seasons. I found four instances over the last 20 years when the Chiefs had started out 2-0 and given up less than 28 points. What's interesting is that this performance was pretty normal for the mid-90s Chiefs.

2009 (0-2): 51 points

2008 (0-2): 40 points

2007 (0-2): 40 points

2006 (0-2): 32 points

2005 (2-0): 24 points

2004 (0-2): 62 points

2003 (2-0): 34 points

2002 (1-1): 62 points

2001 (0-2): 40 points

2000 (0-2): 44 points

1999 (1-1): 30 points

1998 (1-1): 29 points

1997 (1-1): 46 points

1996 (2-0): 22 points

1995 (2-0): 27 points

1994 (2-0): 34 points

1993 (1-1): 33 points

1992 (2-0): 17 points

1991 (1-1): 20 points

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