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October 29, 2012 5:43 PM

Chiefs have little time to pick themselves up

Returning to work on Monday with both their bodies and psyches battered and bruised has become the norm for the 1-6 Chiefs in this most forlorn of seasons. They usually have some time to get things right in both areas but won’t have the luxury this week. The Chiefs play against the 3-4 Chargers on Thursday night. QB Brady Quinn (above), who suffered a possible concussion Sunday, will start if he's cleared medically.

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