Kansas City Chiefs Vs Cleveland Browns Game Card

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Kansas City Chiefs Vs Cleveland Browns
Game Location: Home @ Kansas City, MO
Kickoff: Sunday December 27 , 2015 @ 12 :00 pm
Week 16 , Game 15

 
Kansas City Season Stats
KC currently holds a 9 – 5 record with a winning percentage of 64.3% .
KC currently holds a 8 – 2 conference record with a winning percentage of 80.0% .
KC currently holds a 4 – 1 division record with a winning percentage of 80.0% .
KC currently holds a 3 – 2 home record with a winning percentage of 60.0% .
KC currently holds a 5 – 3 away record with a winning percentage of 62.5% .
KC currently holds a 0 – 0 post season record with a winning percentage of 0.0% .
KC is currently standing tied for 7th in the National Football League.
KC is currently standing tied for 4th in the American Football Conference.
KC is currently standing 2nd in the AFC West Division.
KC is currently standing 4th in the Hammer Tournament Standings.
KC has currently scored a season total of 365 points for the 2015-2016 season. This makes this season the 19th best Kansas City season out of 56 season for points forced by Kansas City.
The next best season for points forced was the 1964 season. 366 points were forced during that season so KC will have to score 1 more points this season to to surpass that season.
KC has currently allowed a season total of 257 points scored against them for the 2015-2016 season. This makes this season the 13th best Kansas City season out of 56 seasons for points allowed by Kansas City.
The next worst season for points allowed was the 1979 season. 262 points were allowed during that season so KC will have to allow 5 more points this season to to drop below that season.
KC currently has a Point Differential (Points Forced minus Points Allowed) of positive 108 . This makes the 2015-2016 season the 12th best Kansas City season out of 56 seasons for Highest Point Differential.

 
Kansas City Decade Stats
Kansas City currently holds a record of 48 – 48 – 0 for the decade of the 2010’s .
Kansas City needs to win 12 more games to to tie the record set in the 1970’s of 60 – 80 – 5 .

 
Cleveland Season Stats
Cleveland currently holds a 3 – 11 record with a winning percentage of 21.4% .
Cleveland is currently standing tied for 31st in the National Football League.
Cleveland is currently standing tied for 15th in the American Football Conference .
Cleveland is currently standing 4th in the AFC North Division .

 
Current Kansas City Streaks
8 game winning streak.
7 game winning streak in conference games.
3 game winning streak in games played at Kansas City, MO.
4 game winning streak in away games (games played at opponents home field).
8 game losing streak in playoff games.
2 game winning streak in neutral site games.

 
Longest Kansas City Streaks
Longest Winning Streak: 9 games. September 8 , 2013 – November 3 , 2013 .
Longest Losing Streak: 12 games. November 4 , 2007 – September 21 , 2008 .
Longest Winning Streak Against Same Opponent: 11 games. vs Denver Broncos 1964 – 1969 .
Longest Losing Streak Against Same Opponent: 8 games. vs Denver Broncos 1976 – 1979 .
Longest Home Winning Streak: 13 games. October 27 , 2002 – December 28 , 2003 .
Longest Home Losing Streak: 10 games. October 19 , 2008 – October 25 , 2009 .
Longest Away Winning Streak: 10 games. September 11 , 1966 – September 24 , 1967 .
Longest Away Losing Streak: 9 games. November 18 , 2007 – November 9 , 2008 .
Longest Neutral Site Winning Streak: 1 game. January 11 , 1970 – January 11 , 1970 .
Longest Neutral Site Losing Streak: 1 game. January 15 , 1967 – January 15 , 1967 .
Longest Post Season Winning Streak: 3 games. December 20 , 1969 – January 11 , 1970 .
Longest Post Season Losing Streak: 8 games. January 23 , 1994 – January 4 , 2014 .

 
Kansas City Vs Cleveland Browns Series Stats
Sunday December 27 , 2015 @ 12 :00 pm will mark the 25th time these two teams have meet.
KC currently holds a 11 – 11 – 2 all-time record ( 50.0% winning percentage) with Cleveland .
KC currently holds a 3 – 8 – 1 record ( 29.2% winning percentage) with Cleveland while playing at Kansas City, MO .
Cleveland Browns is KC’s 17th opponent out of 31 all time opponents.
The first game between these two teams took place 44 years ago in 1971 .
KC won the first game 13 to 7 in 1971 in Kansas City, MO .
The previous time KC defeated Cleveland while playing at Kansas City, MO was 2 years ago in 2013 ( 23 to 17 final score).
The previous time Cleveland defeated KC while playing at Kansas City, MO was 6 years ago in 2009 ( 34 to 41 final score).
KC has been outscored by Cleveland 483 to 484 in 24 games.
KC is currently on a 1 game winning streak with Cleveland .
KC’s longest winning streak with Cleveland is 2 games ( 2002 to 2003 ).
KC’s longest losing streak with Cleveland is 2 games ( 2006 to 2009 ).
KC’s current streak against Cleveland while playing at Kansas City, MO is a 1 game winning streak ( 2013 to Present ).
KC’s longest winning streak against Cleveland while playing at Kansas City, MO is a 3 game winning streak ( 1990 to 2003 ).
KC’s longest losing streak against Cleveland while playing at Kansas City, MO is a 1 game losing streak ( 2009 to 2009 ).

 
Kansas City Vs Cleveland Series Stats
The previous time KC defeated Cleveland was 2 years ago in 2013 ( 23 to 17 final score in Kansas City, MO ).
The previous time Cleveland defeated KC was 3 years ago in 2012 ( 7 to 30 final score in Cleveland, OH ).

 
Kansas City Coaching Stats
Andy Reid , is the 13th head coach in Kansas City history.
Head Coach of the Kansas City Chiefs 2013 – Present .
He has a 29 – 18 career record ( 61.7% winning percentage) as head coach at Kansas City.
Based on number of victories he is currently the 6th winningest coach in Kansas City history.
Based on winning percentage he is currently the 2nd winningest coach in Kansas City history.
As Head Coach of Kansas City Andy Reid has a record of 1 – 0 Vs Cleveland Browns .
In 3 seasons as head coach at Kansas City Andy Reid has averaged coaching 15 . 67 games per season.
In 3 seasons as head coach at Kansas City Andy Reid has averaged coaching 9 . 67 winning games per season.
In 3 seasons as head coach at Kansas City Andy Reid has averaged coaching 6 . 00 losing games per season.
In 3 seasons as head coach at Kansas City Andy Reid has averaged coaching 0 . 00 tied games per season.
Andy Reid has won 10 more games than Todd Haley (Coached 2009-2011, 19-26 record, 42.2% winning percentage) .
Andy Reid needs to coach 1 more winning game to tie John Mackovic (Coached 1983-1986, 30-34 record, 46.9% winning percentage) .

 
Kansas City Chiefs Extreme Scoring History
Since 1960 KC has competed in 9 games in which KC has scored 50 or more points.
The first 50 point scoring game by KC occurred on November 11, 1962 (KC defeated the New York Titans 52 to 31 in a regular season game).
The previous 50 point scoring game by KC occurred on December 15 , 2013 (KC defeated the Oakland Raiders 56 to 31 ).
Since 1960 KC has competed in 3 games in which KC’s opponent has scored 50 or more points.
The first 50 point scoring game against KC occurred on October 3, 1976 (KC was defeated by the Buffalo Bills 17 to 50 in a regular season game).
The previous 50 point scoring game against KC occurred on November 23 , 2008 (KC lost to the Buffalo Bills 31 to 54 ).
Since 1960 KC has competed in 20 games in which KC has shutout their opponents.
The first shutout by KC occurred on September 25, 1960 (KC defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 17 to 0 in a regular season game).
The previous shutout by KC occurred on October 23 , 2011 (KC defeated the Oakland Raiders 28 to 0 ).
Since 1960 KC has competed in 15 games in which KC’s opponent has shutout the Chiefs.
The first shutout against KC occurred on December 1, 1963 (KC was defeated by the New York Jets 0 to 17 in a regular season game).
The previous shutout against KC occurred on December 16 , 2012 (KC lost to the Oakland Raiders 0 to 15 ).

 
50 Points Per Game Organized By Decade
2010’s: KC has scored 50 or more points per game 1 time and has allowed 0 against them.
2000’s: KC scored 50 or more points per game 2 times and allowed 1 against them.
1990’s: KC scored 50 or more points per game 0 times and allowed 0 against them.
1980’s: KC scored 50 or more points per game 0 times and allowed 1 against them.
1970’s: KC scored 50 or more points per game 0 times and allowed 1 against them.
1960’s: KC scored 50 or more points per game 6 times and allowed 0 against them.

 
50 Points Per Game Organized By Head Coach
Andy Reid (2013-present): Coached KC teams that scored 50 or more points per game 1 time. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Romeo Crennel (2011-2012): Coached KC teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Todd Haley (2009-2011): Coached KC teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Herman Edwards (2006-2008): Coached KC teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 1 time.
Dick Vermeil (2001-2005): Coached KC teams that scored 50 or more points per game 1 time. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Gunther Cunningham (1999-2000): Coached KC teams that scored 50 or more points per game 1 time. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Marty Schottenheimer (1989-1998): Coached KC teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Frank Gansz (1987-1988): Coached KC teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
John Mackovic (1983-1986): Coached KC teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 1 time.
Marv Levy (1978-1982): Coached KC teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Tom Bettis (1977): Coached KC teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Paul Wiggin (1975-1977): Coached KC teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 1 time.
Hank Stram (1960-1974): Coached KC teams that scored 50 or more points per game 6 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.

 
Shutouts Organized By Decade
2010’s: KC has shutout their opponents 1 time and has been shutout by their opponents 2 times.
2000’s: KC shutout their opponents 2 Times and was shutout by their opponents 2 Times.
1990’s: KC shutout their opponents 3 Times and was shutout by their opponents 3 Times.
1980’s: KC shutout their opponents 2 Times and was shutout by their opponents 5 Times.
1970’s: KC shutout their opponents 4 Times and was shutout by their opponents 2 Times.
1960’s: KC shutout their opponents 8 Times and was shutout by their opponents 1 Time.

 
Shutouts Organized By Head Coach
Andy Reid (2013-present): Coached KC teams that shutout their opponents 0 times. He allowed shutouts against KC 0 times.
Romeo Crennel (2011-2012): Coached KC teams that shutout their opponents 0 Times. He allowed shutouts against KC 1 Time.
Todd Haley (2009-2011): Coached KC teams that shutout their opponents 1 Time. He allowed shutouts against KC 1 Time.
Herman Edwards (2006-2008): Coached KC teams that shutout their opponents 1 Time. He allowed shutouts against KC 1 Time.
Dick Vermeil (2001-2005): Coached KC teams that shutout their opponents 1 Time. He allowed shutouts against KC 1 Time.
Gunther Cunningham (1999-2000): Coached KC teams that shutout their opponents 1 Time. He allowed shutouts against KC 0 Times.
Marty Schottenheimer (1989-1998): Coached KC teams that shutout their opponents 3 Times. He allowed shutouts against KC 3 Times.
Frank Gansz (1987-1988): Coached KC teams that shutout their opponents 0 Times. He allowed shutouts against KC 1 Time.
John Mackovic (1983-1986): Coached KC teams that shutout their opponents 0 Times. He allowed shutouts against KC 4 Times.
Marv Levy (1978-1982): Coached KC teams that shutout their opponents 3 Times. He allowed shutouts against KC 1 Time.
Tom Bettin (1977): Coached KC teams that shutout their opponents 0 Times. He allowed shutouts against KC 0 Times.
Paul Wiggin (1975-1977): Coached KC teams that shutout their opponents 0 Times. He allowed shutouts against KC 1 Time.
Hank Stram (1960-1974): Coached KC teams that shutout their opponents 10 Times. He allowed shutouts against KC 1 Time.

 
Kansas City History
The Kansas City Chiefs have competed in 873 games since their founding in 1960 as the Dallas Texans (moved to Kansas City in 1963).
KC’s combined all-time record is 440 – 421 – 12 ( 51.09% winning percentage).
KC’s combined all-time home record is 255 – 170 – 4 ( 59.91% winning percentage).
KC’s combined all-time away record is 184 – 249 – 8 ( 42.63% winning percentage).
KC’s combined all-time neutral site record is 2 – 1 – 0 ( 66.67% winning percentage).
KC’s combined all-time post season record is 8 – 15 – 0 ( 34.78% winning percentage).
KC’s Monday Night Football record is 24 – 18 – 0 ( 57.14% winning percentage).
1 year ago during the week of December 27 , 2014 KC had a record of 8 – 7 – 0 before defeating San Diego Chargers by the score of 19 to 7 .
5 years ago during the week of December 27 , 2010 KC had a record of 9 – 5 – 0 before defeating Tennessee Titans by the score of 34 to 14 .
10 years ago during the week of December 27 , 2005 KC had a record of 8 – 6 – 0 before defeating San Diego Chargers by the score of 20 to 7 .
50 years ago during the week of December 27 , 1965 KC had a record of 7 – 5 – 2 after defeating Denver Broncos by the score of 45 to 35 .
9 Division Championships 1962, 1965, 1966, 1971, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2003, & 2010.
3 AFL West Division Championships 1962, 1965, & 1966.
6 AFC West Division Championships 1971, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2003, & 2010.
0 Conference Championships.
2 League Championships 1962 & 1966.
2 American Football League Championships 1962 & 1966.
0 NFL MVP Awards.
1 Super Bowl Championship 1969.

 
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