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Charles blames coaches for Chiefs’ defeat

The Sports Xchange Jamaal Charles scored three touchdowns in a loss to the Green Bay Packers on Monday, and he said the Kansas City Chiefs weren't just outplayed. "It looked like they outplayed us, it looked like they outcoached us, and I feel li...

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Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles (25) dives for a touchdown during the first quarter against the Green Bay Packers Monday night at Lambeau Field. (Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports)

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Jamaal Charles scored three touchdowns in a loss to the Green Bay Packers on Monday, and he said the Kansas City Chiefs weren’t just outplayed.

“It looked like they outplayed us, it looked like they outcoached us, and I feel like (Green Bay) came out with a lot of energy - we didn’t come out with a lot of energy,” said Charles, who had two fumbles in a loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 2.

The Chiefs rallied in the fourth quarter to make the final score respectable (38-28), but the Packers had the game well in hand throughout.

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“It was my fault. We are not disciplined enough. The whole thing here, offensively and defensively, was my responsibility,” coach Andy Reid said Monday night.

The Chiefs blew the doors off the Houston Texans in Week 1 followed by deflating losses to the Broncos and Packers. Up next, Kansas City travels to face the undefeated Bengals.

“We’re moving on to Cincinnati,” Reid said.

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