Starting/Playing Streaks: - G Will Shields started his 178th consecutive game, extending his record for the most total starts in Chiefs history. It was the 179th game Shields has played in during his tenure with the Chiefs, tying him with T John Alt (179) for eighth on the club's games played service chart. QB Trent Green extended his streak of consecutive starts to 51 games, tying Len Dawson ('65-69) for the longest string by a QB in KC history. TE Kendall Gammon played in his 195th consecutive game, the longest active NFL streak among non-kickers. TE Jason Dunn played in his 100th NFL game. C Casey Wiegmann made his 50th consecutive start at center for the Chiefs.
Priest Holmes becomes Chiefs All-Time Leading Rusher: - On a seven-yard run in the third quarter, RB Priest Holmes surpassed RB Christian Okoye as the all-time leading rusher in Chiefs history. Holmes finished the game with 134 rushing yards, his most since producing 162 at San Diego (11/30/03). It was his 21st 100-yard rushing game as a member of the Chiefs, extending his franchise record. It was the 28th overall 100-yard rushing game of his NFL career. Holmes now has 6,931 yards from scrimmage with the Chiefs, the second-highest total in franchise history.
Team Rushing Notes: - Kansas City's 36 rushing attempts were the club's most since having 39 at San Diego (11/30/03).
Goin' Gonzo: - TE Tony Gonzalez caught his first TD of the season and the 48th of the season in the first quarter. He is now tied for seventh in NFL history with Raymond Chester for the most TD catches by a TE. Gonzalez now has 482 career catches for 5,833 yards, both of which are the seventh-highest totals in NFL history among TEs. Gonzalez's eight catches vs. Houston (9/26) were his most since getting eight catches at Jacksonville (12/30/01). Gonzalez registered 106 receiving yards, marking the 10th 100-yard receiving game of his career, tying him for fifth in team history with WR Stephone Paige. It was Gonzalez's first 100-yard effort since posting 121 yards at Green Bay (10/12/03).
Trent Green's Day: QB Trent Green threw a 14-yard TD pass to TE Tony Gonzalez in the first quarter. It was Green's 68th TD pass as a member of the Chiefs, moving him into third in Chiefs history ahead of QB Steve DeBerg (67). Green threw three TD passes on the day, his 10th game with three or more TD passes since joining the Chiefs. Green now has 12,097 passing yards with KC, moving him into third place on the team's career chart ahead of DeBerg. Green finished the game with a 111.0 rating, marking the 15th time he has compiled a 100.0 rating or better with KC and the 20th time he's accomplished that feat in his NFL career.
Streaks Extended, Snapped: - TE Tony Gonzalez has caught a pass in 55 consecutive games, the second-longest string in Chiefs history. Gonzalez has at least one reception in 99 of his last 100 games. For the first time since he joined the Chiefs in 2001, RB Priest Holmes did not have a reception. His reception streak of 48 consecutive games stands the third-longest streak in team history. Holmes also had a streak of eight consecutive games with a rushing TD streak snapped. That string stands as the second-longest in Chiefs history.
Turnover Stats: - CB Eric Warfield registered his third INT of the season and the 18th of his career in the first quarter. Warfield has recorded three INTs in the past two games. The Chiefs have now forced at least one INT in five consecutive games dating back to 2003.
Sack Stats: - The Chiefs defense produced its first 3.0-sack game since producing 4.0 sacks vs. Chicago (12/28/03). LB Scott Fujita registered his first sack of the season (-6.0 yards) in the second quarter. He now has 6.0 career sacks. DE Jared Allen recorded his first career sack (-3.0 yards) in the third quarter. LB Shawn Barber recorded his first sack of the season (-4.0 yards) and the 10th of his career in the fourth quarter.
Dunn TD: - TE Jason Dunn scored his first TD of the season and the ninth of his career on a five-yard TD from QB Trent Green.
Horn Scores First NFL TD: - WR Chris Horn scored his first pro TD on his second career reception, a six-yard catch from QB Trent Green.
Stills Hits Triple Digits in Special Teams Tackles: - DE Gary Stills registered his 100th career special teams tackles. He joins LB Greg Manusky (147) as the only other player in Chiefs history with at least 100 special teams stops.
Injuries: - WR Dante Hall (right shoulder contusion), S Shaunard Harts (neck strain), S Jerome Woods (left hand sprain).