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Chiefs stop Patriots on two fourth-and-short runs

The Chiefs stopped the Patriots on not one but two fourth-and-short runs. Mike Gillislee was the runner on both, with Nate Solder reporting as an extra blocker on both. The first stop came on fourth-and-one from the Kansas City 10 early in the first quarter when defensive linemen Allen Bailey and Bennie Logan, with help [more]
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