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August 5, 2013 12:00 AM

Reid likes to run practices like game situations

The Chiefs’ plays are determined by down and distance earned by the offense or defense. If the play picks up a first down, they move the chains until the offense scores or is stopped. If the play loses yards, the offense has to deal with long-yardage situations.

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