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Kansas City Chiefs have never lost to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field

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The Kansas City Chiefs are a perfect 3-0-1 in the regular season at the legendary home of the Green Bay Packers, Lambeau Field. Not only that, the Chiefs own the all-time record between the two teams and have won six of the last seven. Many of those games came in the Brett Favre era when the Packers were very good so that is impressive.

The Chiefs are 7-3-1 all-time against the Packers. Of the last seven meetings, the Chiefs have only lost a 2007 matchup where Favre threw for 360 yards. There are two memorable wins in recent history:

1.) 2003 season when Trent Green hit Eddie Kennison for a 51-yard game winner as the Chiefs came back from a 17-point deficit to beat the Packers in overtime. Adam Teicher has a nice recap of that here.

2.) 2011 season when the Chiefs, who just fired Todd Haley, beat the unbeaten Packers. Yes, Kyle Orton is part of the Chiefs history against the Packers.

The two teams have met on Monday Night Football before. Back in 1993, the Chiefs hosted the Packers and won the game, 23-16. The Packers had SIX turnovers in that game and only lost by seven. Hmm ... that sounds familiar. The year before that game, Andy Reid broke into the NFL and stayed with the Packers until the Eagles hired him in 1999.

"Yes, it's similar to Arrowhead," Reid said recently, via quotes from the Chiefs. "It's one of those places that makes the NFL the NFL, what this league is. It's part of history, both places are part of history in this league. There's that element, but you really focus in on the football team. When you're playing a team there, that's what you do, when you're coaching a team there, you're not really worried about, ‘this is Lambeau,' you're worried about that opponent coming in and trying to get ready, and it's vice versa when you're on the other side of it. It's no different."

The Packers have the biggest win in this series. That was Super Bowl I when the Packers beat the Chiefs, 35-10. You can check out the box scores from the Chiefs-Packers history here.