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Historic performances stand the test of time and, through 51 seasons of Texans and Chiefs football, fans in Dallas and Kansas City have witnessed some of the game’s greatest single-game achievements.
As a franchise, the Chiefs hold an overall regular season record of 395-365-12 (.519) and a postseason tally of 8-14 (.364). That’s a total of 794 games enjoyed by multiple generations of fans...
...These are the five best single-game performances in Chiefs and Texans history, as determined by KCChiefs.com.
The Five Best Single-Game Performances In Franchise History from The Mothership
The Kansas City Chiefs continued their community outreach support by working with Harvesters to make box lunches Friday afternoon. Clark and Tavia Hunt, along with a group of Chiefs staffers, Sprint employees and Red Coaters, packaged box lunches and sorted food for families in need. The help was much needed as fifteen percent of families in the region are food insecure and while feeding the hungry was the main goal, everyone involved made it a fun and competitive atmosphere as well.
Chiefs Bring Competitive Spirit to Harvesters from The Mothership
They accomplished both feats with a 4-2 victory in Friday's series opener. Melky Cabrera and Billy Butler each hit solo homers for the Royals, while former first-round draft pick Mike Moustakas went 1 for 3 with a broken-bat single in his major league debut.
Anaheim was a fitting location for the debut of Moustakas, a product of the San Fernando Valley's Chatsworth High School - also the alma mater of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel.
Los Angeles vs. Kansas City from CBS Sports
Presumably, a labor deal will be reached and free agency will happen. If it does, what positions/areas of need do you think the Chiefs should target?
I’ll get the ball rolling. I think the Chiefs should fill the following needs, in this order, with veteran players in free agency/trades.
What is the Chiefs' Greatest Need? from Arrowhead Addict
Chiefs head coach Todd Haley thinks Kansas City’s first-round pick wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin will not only make Matt Cassel better, but the entire team.
I have to ask, is that too much pressure for a rookie?
Not just the best rushing attack, but every facet of the offense. It’s a huge claim for Haley, because it’s not Haley who has to come through, but Baldwin...
...Do I think a 6-foot-5, 220-plus-pound receiver will help create problems, you bet, but that’s as long as Baldwin can do exactly what Haley is thinking.
Brown: Chiefs' Todd Haley has High Hopes for Baldwin from The Examiner
Swiveling on one arm, his legs churning in the grass, 13-year-old Kameron Martin bolted forward and shuffled through footwork drills.
His idol, NFL running back Jamaal Charles, stood to his left and swiped at the football in Martin's hands.
Charles Conducts Football Camp in Midst of Lockout from Beaumont Enterprise
So Green, a St. Louis native, and his wife, Julie, a Fort Wayne native, and their three children, will move to Kansas City, Mo., in a few weeks. Green played for the Chiefs from 2001 to 2006, and he’s going to do some TV and a lot of radio...
...Before he takes that newfound experience, and the knowledge gained from playing with the Chargers, Redskins, Rams, Dolphins and Chiefs, to Kansas City, he will accept one of Fort Wayne’s biggest honors.
At a private reception Sunday night, he will receive the Mad Anthonys’ Red Coat as Hoosier Celebrity of the Year, along with PGA Tour golfer John Daly, who will headline the Charity Classic for Children on Monday at Sycamore Hills Golf Club.
Ex-NFL QB to Slip Into Red Coat from The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette