The Kansas City Chiefs are an American football team that is located in Kansas City, Missouri. The Kansas City Chiefs are a member of the American Football Conference West division of the National Football League.

Meet Len Dawson – Record Holder Of Most Touchdowns

Leonard Ray Dawson was born on June 20, 1935 is a retired American quarterback who spent 19 seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL) and the American Football League (AFL).

Dawson started his professional career with the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League in 1957, and he also played for the Cleveland Browns. He left the NFL in 1962 to join the American Football League’s Chiefs (then known as the Dallas Texans), where he spent the final 14 seasons of his career before returning to the NFL following the AFL–NFL union.

Dawson held the Chiefs’ solitary passing franchise record, of the kind that he set in 1964 with 30 touchdowns in only 14 games, a mark that he held until Patrick Mahomes broke it in just ten games in 2018.

Despite the fact that he last played in 1975, the NFL expanded to 16 game seasons, and the NFL evolved into a pass-dominated league, he still holds the Chiefs career throwing yards, touchdowns, and victories records. In 1987, he was selected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.


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