(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) — After falling to the Colts 23-7 in Week 16, the Kansas City Chiefs are hoping to knock off the AFC South champs in their house on Saturday.
The Colts have won three straight headed into the game, but Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and his team are looking forward to playing at Lucas Oil Stadium.
“I believe they’re hungry and ready to play…,” Reid said on Wednesday. “Now you just have to go do it. That’s the measuring stick, have we prepared ourselves well enough as players and coaches to go out and play a good football team and the test is on Saturday.”
Reid understands that having just played Indianapolis, the Colts will be familiar with their schemes.
“Every week is different. Every week, you pull out a new wrinkle here or there; everybody does that in this league. We’re no different there,” Reid said. “Sure, there will be a couple of things different here and there. Will it be drastically different? No, I don’t think so. I don’t think anybody gets to this point and then completely changes things on what they do, but there surely will be a little wrinkle here or there.”
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John Newsome and Anne Woolsey, CNN