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Turnover-prone Texans to meet ball-hawking Chiefs

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Kansas City Chiefs outside linebackers Justin Houston (50) and Tamba Hali celebrate a sack of Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor during an National Football League game in Kansas City, Mo., last Sunday.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Texans coach Gary Kubiak is worried about his team entering one of the most hostile environments in the NFL today, Arrowhead Stadium.
What may concern him most is a single statistic that also might be the biggest reason his team is scuffling toward a losing record and Kansas City is undefeated: Houston is the worst team in the AFC at turning over the ball, and the Chiefs are the best at taking it away.
“We’re mentioning that a lot,” Kubiak said. “You get to the point sometimes where, ‘Are you talking about it too much? Are ...


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