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After nightmare last season, Chiefs off to dream start at 3-0

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Jamaal Charles of the Kansas City Chiefs scores a touchdown during the second half of a National Football League game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday night in Philadelphia.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jamaal Charles hasn’t forgotten the nightmare that was last season, making the first words out of his mouth in describing the Kansas City Chiefs’ perfect start quite appropriate.
“It’s a dream,” the Pro Bowl running back said.
An impressive 26-16 victory over the Eagles in Kansas City head coach Andy Reid’s return to Philadelphia on Thursday night left the Chiefs 3-0 for just the second time in a decade. The Chiefs have won their first three games only eight times ever, and six of the previous seven ended in the playoffs.
“We’ve been ...

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