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Chiefs back to work as Broncos showdown awaits

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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith throws a pass against the Buffalo Bills during a National Football League game in Orchard Park, N.Y., on Sunday, Nov. 3.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It was supposed to be a week off for Chiefs coach Andy Reid, the one time during the grueling 17-week season where there are hardly any practices and no stressful game.
Thanks to his handy iPad, Reid managed to squeeze in a little bit of work anyway.
After all, the Denver Broncos are on the docket Sunday night.
Kansas City returned from its bye Monday and turned its attention squarely toward their AFC West rivals — as if that wasn’t the case already. Several players said they’d have the showdown between two of the league’s ...

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