Succop Wins Special Honors

Ryan Succop’s ride from the kicking outhouse to the penthouse continued on Tuesday when he was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week.

Succop’s 5-for-5 day on field goals earned him the nomination from the folks at the league office. Two of those kicks were from 50-plus, including a career long 54-yard FG in the third quarter.

His 5 FGs in one game tied the club record previously set by Hall of Famer Jan Stenerud and Nick Lowery.

He’s the first Chiefs player to earn the conference special teams player honor since the opening week of the 2010 season when RB Dexter McCluster was named after his 94-yard punt return in the opener against San Diego.

102 Responses to “Succop Wins Special Honors”

  • October 4, 2011  - Michael says:

    Great Job, Mr. Irrelevant. Glad to have you back and firing on all cylinders. Was worried something major was wrong like a delayed rookie wall. With a wounded offense, the x factor is you.

    Have indy turf this week, just relax and a 56 is in your future.

    GO CHIEFS!!!

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