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Chiefs Kick Their Way to Record-Setting Win

The Kansas City Chiefs set a couple of franchise records in Sunday's win at New Orleans.

NEW ORLEANS -- The Kansas City Chiefs picked up their first victory of the season Sunday 27-24 in overtime against the Saints.

But it was costly.  Receiver Dexter McCluster, running back Peyton Hillis and center Rodney Hudson all had to leave the game with injuries.

And the come from behind win was historic. It was the biggest come from behind win in Chiefs history.

Kicker Ryan Succop's six field goals was a team record.

And Jamaal Charles tied Hall of Famer Jim Brown as the only players to record at least 225 yards rushing and 50 yards in pass receptions in a single game.

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