The 1975 season of Kansas City Chiefs was their 16th season in the National Football League. They finished with a record 5-5 and were their first season under Paul Wiggin. The Chiefs were led by Hall of Fame players Len Dawson and Buck Buchanan. They won five games, but lost two in the playoffs. Here are some facts about the Chiefs in 1975.
The 1975 season was not a good one for the Kansas City Chiefs. The team finished with five wins and nine losses, and finished third in the West Division. They scored 282 points and gave up 341 points. The team had a quarterback in Woody Green and topped the rushing ranks with 1,444 yards. Mike Livingston had a strong passing season, passing for 1,245 yards. Len Dawson was also a quarterback. Barry Pearson and Ed Podolak were the Chiefs’ pass catchers. They each contributed 608 yards receiving. In addition, Emmit Thomas intercepted 6 opponent throws.