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Chiefs’ Kareem Hunt is on pace for 2,000 rushing yards, breaking more NFL records

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Posted by Arrowhead Pride: For Kansas City Chiefs Fans on Monday, October 2, 2017

The Kansas City ChiefsKareem Hunt put up his third 100-yard rushing day and continued to hammer away at the Chiefs and NFL record books.

Let’s take a look at a few of the numbers that Hunt hit on Monday night.

Current numbers: 502 rushing yards, 157 receiving yards

Rookie rushing yards: Hunt is on pace for 2,008 rushing yards, which is exactly 200 more yards than Eric Dickerson’s record for a rookie running back.

Consecutive games with 100-plus yards from scrimmage to start career: Hunt is the fourth player since 1950 with 100-plus yards from scrimmage in his first four career games.

Most yards from scrimmage in first four career games:

1) Billy Sims (745)

2) Kareem Hunt (659)

Yards from scrimmage total: His 659 yards from scrimmage puts him on pace for 2,636 yards from scrimmage. The NFL record is 2,509 set by Chris Johnson in 2009.

Most 100-yard rushing games for a Chiefs rookie:

1) Joe Delaney (5)

2) Kareem Hunt (3)