Post Game Notes: Chiefs vs. Chargers

Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez set a new NFL record for receptions by a tight end but it was a day of firsts for some of the Chargers.

The Chargers Jason Fisk played in his 150th career game today.

Ryan Krause and Malcom Floyd caught their first-career passes and first-career touchdown passes today.

Doug Flutie improved his record as a starting quarterback to 38-28 (.576) and 22-10 (.688) in starts at home.

Philip Rivers threw his first-career touchdown pass today to Malcom Floyd.

Flutie's rushing touchdown in the second quarter was the ninth of his career.

Four different players had interceptions today for the Chargers. It's the second time that it has happened this season (Denver, Dec. 5).

The Chargers finished the regular season 12-4, tying the franchise mark for most wins in a season set in 1961 and 1979.

The Chargers finished the regular season 7-1 at home, the team's best home record since 1979. It's also tied for the most wins at home in a season (1979, 1963).

The Chargers 12 wins are tied for the second-most in a season in Marty Schottenheimer's career. His Kansas City teams won 13 games in 1995 and '97 and his 1986 squad in Cleveland won 12 games.

The Chargers finished the season with 446 points, third-most in team history.

The Chargers reported the following injuries from today's game: LB Steve Foley (arm laceration), P Mike Scifres (thumb).

Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez caught 14 passes today to set a new single season record for single-season catches by a tight end. Gonzalez finished the year with 102 catches, breaking the previous mark of 96, set by New England's Ben Coates in 1994.

Gonzalez' 14 catches today set a Chiefs' single-game record and he set a new single-season mark with 102 catches.

He's the only tight end in NFL history with six 100-yard receiving games in a season. He did it in 2004 and previously in 2000.

Kansas City's 63 rushing touchdowns over the 2003-04 seasons tie the NFL record for most rushing touchdowns over a two-season span. The Green Bay Packers also had a total of 63 during the 1961-62 seasons.

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