KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Chiefs coach Andy Reid stepped to the podium Wednesday and, as usual, was about to begin his news conference by delivering a quick run-through of the injury report.
Then he stopped himself. He looked at his notes. He shrugged.
"We don't really have any injuries," he said. "Everybody's going to practice today."
Of course. That's the way things are going for the charmed Chiefs this season.
As teams across the league deal with devastating injuries to some of their best players -- quarterback Sam Bradford in St. Louis, wide receiver Reggie Wayne in Indianapolis -- unbeaten Kansas City has just about everyone healthy, just as it has most of the season.
Throw in a favorable schedule and a wave of key injuries to opponents, and it seems as if everything is lining up in the most splendid way imaginable for the Chiefs.
"This is a rough business. Injuries do take place. I get it. But we've been fortunate," Reid offered by way of an explanation. "That's really what ...