Chiefs off to 5-0 start after 2-14 last year

“You can’t make a living doing that, right?” Reid said Monday. “You have to make sure you’re more efficient on third down, and you have to shorten the third downs a little bit, too.”

Still, the Chiefs overcame those obstacles to improve to 5-0 for just the second time in franchise history, and now get the rival Oakland Raiders on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.

“Listen, were 5-0 and we’re not ashamed of that,” Reid said. “But we also know that we got a ton of room to improve. It’s important that we continue to do that.”

Notes: Avery has a bruised shoulder and will be evaluated this week. … Fisher is still recovering from a concussion. … Pro Bowl LB Justin Houston took “a shot to the neck and head and everything else there,” Reid said. “He seems to be OK.” … TEs Anthony Fasano (ankle) and Travis Kelce (knee) are still dealing with injuries. “Making progress,” Reid said.

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