KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Somehow, some way, the 2012 Chiefs keep redefining strange.
Take the Chiefs' latest puzzler Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium: They actually dominated Indianapolis, rushing for 352 yards, third most in franchise history. And a week after gaining just 119 total yards against Oakland, the Chiefs finished with a whopping 507 yards of total offense this week.
And yet the Chiefs still lost, 20-13, to the Colts, and now stand 2-13 entering the season's final week.
The Chiefs thus became the first team in NFL history to rush for more than 350 yards and still lose.
"I don't remember anything like this happening in all my years of football," said Chiefs center Ryan Lilja, in his 10th year in the NFL.
Added linebacker Derrick Johnson, an eight-year veteran, "Each week we seem to find a new way to lose. It's frustrating."
This one may have topped them all, at least from a statistical standpoint. Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles ripped off an 86-yard touchdown run enroute ...