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Kansas City Chiefs Trivia

Can you guess these facts about the Kansas City Chiefs?
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Current starting quarterback of the Chiefs
Patrick Mahomes
Current head coach
Andy Reid
Stadium which the Chiefs play in
Arrowhead Stadium
Guinness World Record held by that stadium
Loudest Crowd
The Chiefs' all-time rushing leader who played from 2008–2016
Jamaal Charles
Tight end who is the Chiefs' all-time leading receiver
Travis Kelce
International pop star who is dating the above
Taylor Swift
Tight end from 1997–2008
Tony Gonzalez
Chiefs' starting quarterback from 2013–2017
Alex Smith
Player who rushed for 27 touchdowns in 2003
Priest Holmes
Nickname of former running back Christian Okoye
The Nigerian Nightmare
Defensive end, elected to the Hall of Fame in 2009, with the initials DT
Derrick Thomas
Former Chiefs receiver nicknamed "Cheetah"
Tyreek Hill
Quarterback who led the Chiefs to victory in Super Bowl IV
Len Dawson
Coach of that team
Hank Stram
Former Chiefs owner who is the namesake of the trophy given to the winner of the
AFC Championship Game
Lamar Hunt
4 Comments
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Level 52
Aug 17, 2020
You should definitely add a question about Jan Stenerud
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Level 84
Jan 15, 2022
Agreed. Also, that they started as the Dallas Texans from 1960-62. (even winning the AFL Championship in '62)

Or that they played the longest NFL game ever played, a Christmas Day 1971 Divisional Playoff game vs Miami. (they lost, 27-24, in double-overtime)

They were also the first "wild card" team to win a Super Bowl, as they finished 2nd in the AFL West behind the Raiders in 1969. (though I don't believe the term "wild card" had been coined yet at that point)

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Level 75
May 10, 2022
Super Bowl IV was also the last game before the merger.
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Level 75
May 10, 2022
I was at that loudest game in '14. The Chiefs wore red-on-red; took a 30-0 lead on the Pats; Jamaal scored three times; Brady got benched - what more do you want? They went 9-7 that year - the only year under Reid that they haven't made the playoffs. It was also the year that no wide receivers caught a touchdown.