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Andy Reid and Chiefs don't have anything good to say about the referees

The Chiefs react to the controversial Travis Kelce fumble call from the referees.

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Andy Reid's postgame press conference following the Kansas City Chiefs 17-14 loss to the Arizona Cardinals was an interesting one. The Chiefs coach was asked about the Travis Kelce fumble recovery call and was obviously not pleased with the refs decision to overturn the call.

After saying he can't comment on the officials, Reid said, "From my vision I thought he regained possession of the ball but I'm not making that call."

Reid was asked about the call again and didn't quite bite.

"Go onto something besides the officials call because I don't have anything good to say."

Kelce said he was "shocked" by the call.

"It is what it is," Kelce said, who said it was his job to not put it in doubt.

And then there's this:

You can see the play here, and the referees explanation here.

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