Eagles come from behind and capitalize on Chiefs turnovers, winning 21-17 in a Super Bowl rematch

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Sometimes the sequel is even better than the original. In a Super Bowl rematch at Arrowhead Stadium, the Eagles beat the Kansas City Chiefs, 21-17, spurred by a second-half comeback that served as the inverse of the game these two teams played nine months ago. The win moves the Eagles to 9-1 — squarely atop the conference — and marks the first time they’ve notched a win against their former coach Andy Reid. Here’s our instant analysis: New guys, new gameIn the biggest game of the season so far, the Eagles’ new-look secondary may have found its footing. Kevin Byard and Bradle…

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