Thursday Night Football

Season 8 Episode 2

2013 Week 3: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Sep 19, 2013 on NFL - National Football League
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2013 Week 3: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles
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Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs (2-0) travel to Lincoln Financial Field to face Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles (1-1).
Final Score: Kansas City 26 Philadelphia 16

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      • Kansas City Cornerback Sean Smith: This was definitely bigger than coach Reid, and he would be the first to admit that. This was about us as an organization, as a team, to go out there and be 3-0, which is big in the NFL.

      • Philadelphia Quarterback Michael Vick: I take full responsibility. I didn't get the offense going. I didn't get the tempo going. We didn't play well by any stretch. We didn't execute at all and we didn't play the way we're capable of.

      • (on returning to Philadelphia, where he coached for 14 years before being fired after the 2012 season)
        Kansas City Coach Andy Reid: Yeah, it was different. I was on the opposite side of the field than I normally am at. But I can't tell you that I was caught up in that part of it. ... It was great to see the players that are here. I had a chance to talk to them after the game.
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        (on his team's 3-0 start)
        Kansas City Coach Andy Reid: It's important, but there's still a lot of season left. There is no time to relax on what you have done.

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