By Sam McPherson
The National Football League really does represent the spirit of America, and in 2013, no team exemplified that resilience more than the Kansas City Chiefs.
Last season, the Chiefs were the worst team in the NFL with a record of 2-14, and after shrewd decisions in the front office and on the field, Kansas City rose from the ashes of that debacle to win its first nine games of 2013 on its way to a playoff spot. And even though the Chiefs came up short (again) in the postseason, it was a great season for a great franchise in a great sports city.
Kansas City’s 45-44 loss to the Indianapolis Colts on the road in the first round of the playoffs shouldn’t take any luster off what the team accomplished in 2013, and with Head Coach Andy Reid and some key players in place for the foreseeable future, the…
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