KANSAS CITY, MO - DECEMBER 18: Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers runs the ball against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on December 18, 2011 in Kansas CIty, Missouri. The Chiefs defeated the Packers 19-14. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
We already did five good stats from the Kansas City Chiefs 19-14 victory over the Green Bay Packers so now it's time to look at five bad stats. This one will have an assist from Romeo Crennel, who talked on Monday about a couple of things the Chiefs could improve upon (red zone offense and third down efficiency).
It was tough to find five bad stats from this game so a few of these are nitpicky but here it is:
1-of-5. Red zone efficiency. The Chiefs scored just one touchdown in five trips to the red zone. The offense definitely moved well in the middle of the field but, like the days of Tyler Palko at quarterback, they didn't punch it in enough when they got down there.
4-of-12. Third down efficiency. Crennel pointed to this stat as an area they can improve. I agree with him -- the higher then third down percentage the better -- but it still seems like an improvement.
41. Packers longest reception. The Chiefs didn't make many mistakes on Sunday but they did on one play that had Aaron Rodgers hitting Jermichael Finely for a 41-yard gain, which set the Packers up for a score. Thankfully, the big plays didn't happen often -- Finley's 41-yarder was really the only big play.
32. Aaron Rodgers' rushing yards. There aren't many things more annoying than playing great coverage in the secondary only to see the quarterback rush up the field for a big gain. Rodgers does have some mobility which he showed against the Chiefs on three rushes -- a 19-yard rush, eight yard touchdown rush and a five yard run.
50:50. Conservative estimate of the Packers-Chiefs fans split.