0: Interceptions by Aaron Rodgers. What else is new? He hasn’t thrown an interception at Lambeau Field since Dec. 2, 2012. That’s a streak of 486 passes in the regular season and 580 attempts including playoffs.
0: Sacks by Kansas City’s Justin Houston. He had a sack in his past eight regular-season games and tallied a league-high 22 last season.
0: Drops by Green Bay’s pass-catchers this season, the only team in the league with zero.
2: Completions by Kansas City’s Alex Smith in the first half.
3: Touchdown passes by Rodgers in the first half.
3: Wins by the Packers. They are one of only six teams who are 3-0.
4: Games of five touchdowns and no interceptions by Rodgers since 2010. Only the Saints’ Drew Brees (five) has more.
5: Touchdown passes by Rodgers. He’s thrown 10 touchdown passes vs. zero interceptions in three games. Peyton Manning (12 in 2013) is the only other quarterback in NFL history with 10-plus touchdown passes and no picks in his first three games.
5: Yards by Kansas City in the first quarter.
5: First downs by way of penalty in the first half for Green Bay. Two of those were for 12 men on the field.
6: Three-and-out possessions by Kansas City in its first eight possessions. In its ninth possession, it threw an interception on its second play.
7: Sacks by the Packers. That extended their league-high streak to 39 consecutive games with a sack.
16: Touchdown receptions by Randall Cobb since the start of the 2014 season, tied for No. 1 in the league with New England’s Rob Gronkowski and Dallas’ Dez Bryant.
28: Accepted penalties against Green Bay, fourth-most in the league.
43: Touchdown passes by Rodgers at home since his last interception at Lambeau Field.
135.4: Rodgers’ passer rating for the season. Cincinnati’s Andy Dalton is a distant second at 121.0.
138.5: Rodgers’ passer rating on Monday. He tied Kurt Warner’s NFL record with a 10th consecutive regular-season home game with 15-plus attempts and a 100-plus rating.
158: Yards by the Chiefs in the first quarter.
168: Yards by the Chiefs in the first three quarters.