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Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid has been around the block a few times and knows when a team plays 16 games in a year, each game is important. Reid also acknowledged that the first game is even bigger because you're either looking down or up depending on the result. Getting off to a good start in the NFL is almost essential for success and Reid was happy his team after a good offseason, responded accordingly.
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