Facts and figures on Chiefs-Raiders matchup

Facts and figures on Chiefs-Raiders matchup

Published Dec. 12, 2013 6:26 p.m. ET

**The Chiefs blew out the Redskins, 45-10, at FedEx Field in Week 14, snapping their three-game losing streak in the process. This season marks the second time since 2006 that Kansas City has won at least 10 games (also 2010).

**Oakland lost, 37-27, to the Jets at MetLife Stadium last Sunday, and has now dropped three straight games overall. At 4-9 in 2013, the Raiders have guaranteed themselves a non-winning season for the 11th consecutive campaign -- the longest active streak in the league.

**Kansas City beat Oakland, 24-7, at Arrowhead Stadium the first time these clubs met in 2013 (Week 6). The last two games between the Chiefs and Raiders at O.co Coliseum have both ended in shutouts (Chiefs won 28-0 in 2011, Raiders won 15-0 in 2012).

**Jamaal Charles ran for a season-high 150 yards and a touchdown last Sunday, recording his third 100+ rush yard performance of 2013 in the process. Charles has reached paydirt 13 times this season (10 rushing TD, 3 receiving TD) -- most of any AFC player.

**Buoyed by a career-long 63-yard touchdown run, Marcel Reece set a new career-high with 123 yards on the ground in Week 14. The Raiders now have four different players who have recorded a 100+ yard rushing game in 2013 -- most of any team in the league.

**Kansas City has 10 return touchdowns in 2013 -- most of any team in the league (Chicago, Dallas and St. Louis tied for second with six).