Here are the key numbers from the Rams’ 54-51 win over the Kansas City Chiefs Monday night at the Coliseum to improve to 10-1.:
Most points scored in a “Monday Night Football” game. The previous record was 95, with the Packers beating the Redskins 48-47 on Oct. 17, 1983.
Number of times both teams scored at least 50 points in an NFL game. The highest-scoring game was Nov. 27, 1966, when the Redskins beat the Giants 72-41.
Combined total yards, the Rams accumulating 455 and the visitors 546. The Chiefs outgained the Rams through the air, 448-379, and on the ground, 98-76.
Turnovers committed by Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes. He had three passes intercepted, one returned for a score, and fumbled twice, one returned for a score.
Points scored by Rams linebacker Samson Ebukam, who took a fumble 11 yards for a score in the second quarter and an interception 25 for a score in the third.
Touchdown passes thrown in the game, six by Mahomes and four by Jared Goff, the last one the deciding 40-yard throw to Gerald Everett with 1:49 to go.
Receiving yards for the Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill, who made 10 catches and scored twice, including on a 73-yard pass. Brandin Cooks led the Rams with 107 yards.