Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - On Thursday, the time was his.
The Philadelphia Eagles introduced Andy Reid onto the field prior to the game
and the fans, who've had a love-hate relationship with him during his 14-year
stay, showed some Brotherly Love and gave him a standing ovation.
And then Reid's Kansas City Chiefs went out and surpassed their 2012 win total
as they forced five turnovers in their 26-16 triumph over the Eagles.
Kansas City (3-0) is the fifth team to win its first three games after
dropping 14 the prior season.
Jamaal Charles carried the ball 20 times for 92 yards and a touchdown and
added seven receptions for 80 yards, Donnie Avery hauled in seven receptions
for 141 yards and Alex Smith completed 22-of-35 passes for 273 yards in the
LeSean McCoy ran for 158 yards and a score on 20 carries for Philadelphia
(1-2), which dropped its second straight after winning its opener in
Washington against the Redskins.
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