Chiefs History By Numbers – Same Game, Double 100s

Friday was the 29th anniversary of the death of Joe Delaney. On June 29, 1982, Delaney drowned in a Louisiana construction pond trying to save several youngsters who like him were unable to swim. It brought an end a short but brilliant career for the Chiefs running back. Delaney’s most productive game came on October 11, 1981 when he racked up one-hundred yards in both rushing and receiving against the Oakland Raiders at Arrowhead Stadium.

Delaney was one of four Chiefs backs that have pulled off double-doubles in a total of five games:

Chiefs RBs with 100+ Rushing Yards & 100+ Receiving Yards in Same Game

Back

Date

Opp

Att

Yds

TD

 

Rec

Yds

TD

Priest Holmes
11/224/02
@ SEA
23
197
2
 
7
110
1
Priest Holmes
12/09/01
@ OAK
28
106
0
 
3
104
0
Abner Haynes
9/27/64
@ OAK
12
106
0
 
5
117
1
Joe Delaney
10/11/81
OAK
28
106
0
 
3
194
0
Tony Reed
10/21/79
NYG
20
106
0
 
8
103
0

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