On Monday, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid outlined the process of moving on from Sunday's game to now focusing all their time and energy on preparing for the Washington Redskins.
"You have to go through your preparation," coach Reid said. "After today, after you get through the tape and you’re real with the tape and you learn from it; then, we’ll start the process of getting ready for the Redskins, a good football team and a hostile environment, and we’ll get ourselves ready to go.”
Before the team's continued meetings and film study of Washington resume later today, Chiefs QB
Chiefs Pro Bowl RB
“We know what’s at stake," Charles said. "We know we have to win the games to go to the playoffs. Our goal was to win Sunday and have home-field advantage, (but) it didn’t work. Hopefully, we can move on and make the playoffs. Our goal was to make the playoffs – it’s anybody’s game from here. It’s not like a national championship – it’s not like the BCS; it’s like a new season."
Helping the team persevere through the recent losses is one of the many lessons taught by coach Reid since day one, according to Chiefs DT
“Keep fighting," Poe said. "We need to keep fighting and keep chugging at it and we’ll be alright.”
The chopping resumes at today's practice, beginning at 1:20 PM CT.
Prior to the team's practice, coach Reid will address the media, during his weekly Wednesday press conference.