After a week of speculation whether the Bills could get around the Kansas City Chiefs, the did. They beat them 16-10 on the road. Both the Bills and the Chiefs advance to 6-5. This win brings the Bills back into the playoff picture
Cornerback Tre’Davious White made his second interception of the season and his second sealed the game with 1:25 left. E.J Gaines was flagged for unnecessary roughness on Charcandrick West. The thing was: the didn’t even touch West. The Chiefs gained 15-yards on that penalty.
The Bills started off playing like they did at the beginning of the season. Moving the chains and scoring points. The defense held the Chiefs offence without a first sown on their first five possessions.
he Chiefs struggled to convert on 4th down through third quarter. Tyrod Taylor returned to the starting line-up and completed 19 of 29 passes for 183-yards and a touchdown. His passer rating was 94.5.
The skill that the offense and defense suddenly went down at the start of the third quarter. Some bad play’s called by the Bills left them empty-handed. Giving the Chiefs a fresh set of downs on defense or the Bills not successful on 3rd down.
Zay Jones got the Bills their first touchdown on an 11-yard reception from Tyrod Taylor at the end of the first quarter.
Wasn’t the best day for either of the running backs. McCoy just got over 50-yards rushing on 21 carries. He did have four receptions for 30-yards. Travaris Cadet played well with 4 carries for 28-yards.
Colton Schmidt was a busy man today, with seven punts in the game and his net punting average was 41.1. Stephen Hauschka’s streak of 50-plus yard field goals sadly came to an end when he missed a 52-yard field goal. But he came back with a 56-yard field goal at the end of the 1st half. And a new streak has begun.
Tight end Charles Clay was the teams leading pass catcher with 4 receptions with 49-yards.
Jordan Matthews, Deonte Thompson, and Charles Clay were all active today
The Bills next play the New England Patriots at New Era Field on December 3rd.