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Chiefs look for different outcome in rematch with Colts

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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith is sacked by Indianapolis Colts outside linebacker Bjoern Werner during a National Football League game on Dec. 22, 2013, in Kansas City, Mo.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Jamaal Charles spent this week dissecting the Chiefs’ first game against the Colts.
On Saturday, Charles and his Kansas City teammates will finally get a chance to show they’ve learned from all those mistakes.
“They’re going to have their best game plan and best players on the field,” Charles said. “We know what’s at stake here. We have to play fast and we have to play harder than them.”
In Week 16, the Chiefs had four turnovers and Indianapolis (11-5) spent most of the game negating Charles by playing keep-away.
Nobody expects a replay this week ...


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