As we all know the Bills and Chiefs go head to head more often than logic and the Republican party or my toilet and Taco Bell. Kansas City and Buffalo have played against each other an astonishing 8 years in a row including 2015. Here is a run down of each game:
Week 10 in Buffalo
13-17 Chiefs win to drop the Bills down to 5-4. The "Bryce Brown Fumble Game" of which I blame Scott Chandler at least as much for dropping the ball as it popped right into his hands in the back of the end zone. (side note Leodis McKelvin lost a fumble on a punt too) FUN!!
Week 9 in Buffalo
13-23 Chiefs win to drop the Bills to 3-6 and end the season. The "Jeff Tuel INT Game" of which I blame Nate Hackett as much, why pass there with Jeff Tuel?
Week 2 in Buffalo
35-17 Bills win in a romp. Granted the week before the Bills lost to the Jets by 20. Leodis McKelvin had an 88 yard punt return for a touchdown! Oh yeah, Todd Haley was the head coach, does that count?
Week 1 in Kansas City
41-7 Bills win in a romp. Stevie Johnson cheap shotted Eric Berry! Also Todd Haley was the coach, so did this game count? Buffalo did start out 4-1 but of course finished 6-10.
Week 8 in Kansas City on Halloween!
10-13 OT thriller in which the Bills dropped to 0-7. God, this is painful. Both teams missed field goals in OT and finally KC made a three point kick of a bad win.
Week 14 in Kansas City
16-10 Bills with another victory. The Bills were 4-8 heading into this slobberknocker that forced four Matt Cassel interceptions (the Chiefs were 3-9). Perry Fewell was the interim head coach too!
Week 12 in Kansas City
Bills win in a high scoring battle 54-31 to improve to 5-4 and break a four game losing streak! The Chiefs finished the season 2-14 oof. Trent accounted for four touchdowns and threw for 273 yards. Winning the turnover battle 5-0 probably helped.
The Chiefs have won 2 straight.
The Bills are 4 and 3.
The home team is 2 and 5.
The average margin of victory is 14