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After a tough ending to season, Chiefs now must move on
It should probably come as no surprise that on Sunday, fewer than 24 hours after one of the biggest collapses in playoff history, Chiefs coach Andy Reid and his players were still trying to make sense of it all. “As far as yesterday goes, it’s final,” Reid said. “It hits you just like you get hit upside the head with a bat.”

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    The Chiefs have the Christmas Day Loss. The Lin Elliott Game. The No Punt Game. Now, they have the forever mark of giving away a 28-point lead in the second half. The Chiefs lost 45-44 to the Colts here on Saturday, somehow, a team that prides itself on vicious defense and no mistakes going soft and blooper-reel with the season and a lifetime of regrets on the line.

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