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Perfect no more: new QB and coach lead Chiefs over Pack 19-14

The Packers don't have to worry about a perfect season any more. Their 19-14 loss became the highlight of the Kansas City Chiefs' season. Green Bay can now focus on healing injuries and wrapping up home-field in their two remaining regular-season games.
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The Packers don't have to worry about a perfect season any more. Their 19-14 loss became the highlight of the Kansas City Chiefs' season. Green Bay can now focus on healing injuries and wrapping up home-field in their two remaining regular-season games.

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