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Chiefs Check-in: K.C. offense could be turning the corner

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It’s not a finished product yet, but the Kansas City Chiefs offense made strides in the win over the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday. Honing in on playmakers such as Isiah Pacheco, Travis Kelce and Rashee Rice was a recipe for success and should be the general focal point of the offense moving forward.

Here are the top stories on this edition of Chiefs Check-in for the morning of Tuesday, November 28:

Chris Jones believes in the Chiefs' offense

Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Following K.C.’s win over the Raiders on Sunday, Jones told reporters that the team has been spoiled by the offense over the last several years and he believes it is on track to get back to the high-powered status that everyone is used to.

Andy Reid makes more history

Photo by Kevin C. Cox-Getty Images
Photo by Kevin C. Cox-Getty Images

With his win over Las Vegas on Sunday, Reid became the winningest coach in Chiefs history and the first coach in NFL history to lead two different franchises in wins.

Many offensive player's stock on the rise

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Credit: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

See whose stock is trending up or down after the Chiefs’ victory over the Raiders.

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Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire