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A Peak At Chiefs History – Len Dawson Stats

Len Dawson will be honored at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August for his broadcasting career. He’s already been honored for his playing career, with his induction into the Hall with the class of 1987.

In his 14 seasons with the franchise, Dawson was the most successful passer for the longest period in Chiefs history. Based on passer rating numbers, here are his five favorite opponents to play against during his career:

Opponent

W/L

Att

Cmp

Yds

TD

INT

Rating

Miami

5-1

122

72

1,191

15

5

114.4

Denver

20-2

460

252

4,095

37

18

95.3

Houston

11-4

321

194

2,646

26

16

93.0

New England

9-2-2

352

206

2,812

23

16

87.0

Buffalo

5-8-1

324

182

2,429

21

16

81.2

Minimum of 6 games played against an opponent.


One Response to “A Peak At Chiefs History – Len Dawson Stats”

  • June 29, 2012  - steven smith says:

    LOL lenny was 20-2 -vs- the donkeys. i dont think we’ll ever see a chiefs QB post that record against a division oppenent ever. also how friggin bad did denver fans have it until elway came to town.




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