Chiefs kick and punt returner Dante Hall has won the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week—again. Hall’s 73-yard punt return for a touchdown against Houston Sunday was good enough for him to earn the honor for the second straight week. Against the Steelers the week before, he returned a kick off 100-yards for a score. He has five touchdowns on special teams in his career. He’s the first player to win the award back-to-back since Titans kicker Joe Nedney did it with game-winning field goals in 2001. This is third time Hall’s won it. The last time was last year against the Rams when he scored on a kick and punt return against the Rams. Former Chiefs returner Tamarick Vanover won the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week six times.