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Jason Avant

Entering year three, Chiefs coach Andy Reid has his quarterbacks' trust

The Chiefs like to joke that when it comes to the practice field, it's hard to sneak a mistake no matter how small past the big man in the bright red jacket. "He doesn't miss anything," quarterback Alex Smith said of his coach, Andy Reid, with a grin. "He doesn't need the tape." So imagine how detailed Reid must be when it comes to his quarterbacks. Along with the offensive line, which Reid played in college, quarterback the position he is known for coaching, thanks to his history in Green Bay, where he spent time teaching Brett Favre, and Philadelphia, where he molded Donovan McNabb into a Pro Bowl quarterback. "He has such a good feel for all...