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    Another year, another dose of forehead-slapping failure in the NFL playoffs. So, what gives? Kansas City Star sports columnist Vahe Gregorian went on assignment to find out if a curse, or a jinx, or perhaps some sort of hex, is playing a role in the Chiefs' perennial failings in the postseason.