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    Weather Forcast: A slight chance of snow showers, mixing with rain after 10am, then gradually ending. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 38. West wind 6 to 9 mph. Chance of precipitation is 20%.
    Line: Chiefs -1, Over/Under: 42

    2014 Trends
    The Chiefs are 6-2 ATS.
    The Chiefs are 3-1 ATS away.
    The Chiefs are 2-1 ATS as the favorite.

    The Bills are 4-4 ATS.
    The Bills are 1-3 ATS at home.
    The Bills are 3-1 ATS as the underdog.

    Recent Head to Head matchups (Since 2001)
    Buffalo leads 5-4

    Nov 3, 2013 KC 23, @BUF 13
    Sep 16, 2012 KC 17, @BUF 35
    Sep 11, 2011 KC 7, BUF 41
    Oct 31, 2010 KC 13, BUF 10
    Dec 13, 2009 KC 10, BUF 16
    Nov 23, 2008 KC 31, BUF 54
    Nov 13, 2005 KC 3, @BUF 14
    Oct 26, 2003 KC 38, BUF 5
    Nov 17, 2002 KC 17, BUF 16

    Team Stats
    Chiefs
    Offense

    Yds per game 338.0 21th
    Pass YPG 201.1 29th
    Rush YPG 136.9 6th
    Points Scored 25.0 12th

    Defense
    YPG allowed 315.5 5th
    Pass YPG allowed 199.4 1st
    Rush YPG allowed 116.1 19th
    Points allowed 17.3 2nd
    Bills
    Offense

    Yds per game 326.9 24th
    Pass YPG 228.0 19nd
    Rush YPG 98.9 23rd
    Points Scored 22.3 19th (tie)

    Defense
    YPG allowed 326.0 8th
    Pass YPG allowed 233.8 14th
    Rush YPG allowed 92.3 8th
    Points allowed 20.6 7th

    Injury Report
    Chiefs

    Injured Reserve
    Mike Catapano.......DE
    Joe McKnight........RB
    Jeffery Allen.......G
    Derrick Johnson.....LB
    Mike DeVito.........DT
    Joe Mays............LB
    Tyler Bray..........QB
    Sanders Comings.....CB
    Dezmon Moses........LB

    Out
    Donnie Avery........WR..........Groin
    Jamell Fleming......CB..........Hamstring
    Frank Zombo.........LB..........??
    Jerry Franklin......LB..........Hamstring

    Questionable
    Phillip Gaines......CB..........Ankle
    Joshua Martin.......LB..........Hamstring
    Christopher Owens...CB..........Knee

    Probable
    Travis Kelce........TE..........Ribs
    Cyrus Gray..........RB..........Hand
    Sean Smith..........CB..........Groin
    Kenneth Hemingway...WR..........Hamstring
    Sean Smith..........CB..........Groin
    Eric Berry..........S...........Ankle
    Tamba Hali..........LB..........Knee


    Bills

    Injured Reserve
    Kenny ladler........FS
    C.J. Spiller........RB
    Chris Williams......OG
    Jonathon Meeks......DB
    Mario Butler........DB
    Stevenson Sylvester.LB

    Questionable
    Samuel Watkins......WR..........Groin
    Rond'trique Brooks..CB..........Groin
    Fredrick Jackson....RB..........Groin

    Probable
    Cyril Richardson....G...........Not Injury Related
    Robert Woods........WR..........Back
    Marcus Easley.......WR..........Knee
    Marquise Goodwin....WR..........Hamstring
    Ty Powell...........LB..........Ankle


    ESPN Game Preview

    Kyle Orton has received nothing but praise since taking over as the starting quarterback for the Buffalo Bills.

    He hasn't dramatically increased the offense's production, nor has that unit taken care of the ball any better since the move was made, but it's Orton's veteran leadership that has the Bills buzzing and seeking a fourth victory in five games Sunday against the visiting Kansas City Chiefs.

    Buffalo went 2-2 with second-year quarterback EJ Manuel, averaging 320.8 yards and committing three turnovers. Coach Doug Marrone felt a change was necessary with Manuel completing just 58.0 percent of his passes.

    Enter Orton, who has guided the Bills to victories in three of his four starts. Buffalo is coming off its bye week after defeating the Jets 43-23 on Oct. 26, scoring its most points since beating Cincinnati 49-31 on Nov. 21, 2010.

    The Bills (5-3) have seen a modest increase to 333.0 yards per game under Orton, and they've turned the ball over eight times. But his work ethic has impressed the entire club.

    The wins don't hurt, either.

    "I don't know yet because it's still such a young season, but I think it's very promising the way he's prepared himself, the way he's handled himself," offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett told the team's official website.

    Receiver Sammy Watkins caught 17 passes for 197 yards and two touchdowns with Manuel at the helm. He had 122 yards and two scores against Minnesota on Oct. 19, including a TD reception in the final seconds of a 17-16 win, before finishing with 157 yards and a TD against the Jets.

    Watkins credits Orton for his increase in production, though it's unclear if he'll be on the field this week. The rookie hurt his groin during practice Wednesday and is listed as questionable.

    "He's a leader," Watkins said of Orton. "He makes the passes that he needs to make. He knows how to help us out on the field, put us in different areas. That's what we need, a veteran quarterback."

    Orton is taking his success in stride as Buffalo looks to win three straight for the first time since beginning the 2011 season 3-0. It also is thinking playoffs, which it hasn't experienced since 1999.

    "I don't know everything, but I've been around," Orton said. "When you don't have those veterans to show you the way, it's tough on guys. We're getting better. We're preparing better every week and that'll end up paying dividends on the field."

    The duo of Orton and Watkins is something coach Andy Reid's club is hoping to slow this week if Watkins is healthy enough to play.

    "I've faced Kyle a number of times and I'm sure he's not complaining about having Watkins -- that's a good football player and he's producing," Reid said. "They're one of the top long-ball teams in the NFL, so it'll be a challenge for our secondary in that sense."

    The Chiefs (5-3) are riding a hot streak of their own, winning three straight after defeating the Jets 24-10 last week. Jamaal Charles, who rushed for 90 yards in a 23-13 win over the Bills last season, had another solid effort with 78 yards and a touchdown to give him four during the winning streak.

    "He's so dynamic," said fullback Anthony Sherman, who signed a three-year contract extension Wednesday. "Whenever you get the ball in his hands, he's capable of breaking a long run."

    Buffalo's defense seems up to the challenge. Its massive front line has helped it rank eighth in allowing 326.0 yards per game and 92.3 against the rush.

    Alex Smith will go up against the Bills' 13th-ranked pass defense. None of his 11 touchdown passes have gone to wide receivers.

    "You can argue that this is one of the best -- if not the best -- defenses in the NFL," Reid said. "It's a great challenge for the offense and it starts up front with the offensive line."

    Kansas City has won five of six after getting off to a slow start. It still feels as if it needs to earn some respect, though.

    "When we were 0-2, nobody really believed in us. We're 5-3 right now, and pretty sure nobody believes in us," linebacker Tamba Hali said. "Our goal is to continue to believe in what we're doing and win games. That's all that matters around here."

    Bills running back Fred Jackson is hoping to return soon from a groin injury suffered against Minnesota, though he could be held out for this contest with the next game being Thursday against Miami. Jackson is listed as questionable, but Marrone said Friday that he is not ready to play.

    C.J. Spiller also went down with a broken collarbone against the Vikings, and Boobie Dixon has received most of the carries in the duo's absence.

    The Chiefs have activated linebacker Joe Mays from short-term injured reserve and waived linebacker Jerry Franklin. Mays has been on IR since training camp, when he needed surgery on his injured wrist.
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    Stats Leaders

    Chiefs

    Offense
    Passing Yards

    Alex Smith 1692 Yds
    Rushing Yards

    Jamaal Charles 435 Yds
    Knile Davis 410 Yds
    Alex Smith 162 Yds
    Receiving Yards

    Travis Kelce 419 Yds
    Dwayne Bowe 398 Yds
    Anthony Fasano 166 Yds

    Defense
    Sacks

    Justin Houston 12.0 Sacks
    Allen Bailey 4.0 Sacks
    Tamba Hali 4.0 Sacks
    Interceptions

    Kurt Coleman 1 Int
    Husain Abdullah 1 Int
    Sean Smith 1 Int
    Total Tackles

    Josh Mauga 57 Total
    Ron Parker 40 Total
    Husain Abdullah 38 Total
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    Stats Leaders

    Bills

    Offense
    Passing Yards

    Kyle Orton 1128 Yds
    EJ Manuel 838 Yds
    Fred Jackson 0 Yds
    Rushing Yards

    C.J. Spiller 287 Yds
    Fred Jackson 239 Yds
    Boobie Dixon 181 Yds
    Receiving Yards

    Sammy Watkins 590 Yds
    Robert Woods 294 Yds
    Scott Chandler 290 Yds

    Defense
    Sacks

    Marcell Dareus 7.0 Sacks
    Mario Williams 6.0 Sacks
    Jerry Hughes 5.5 Sacks
    Interceptions

    Leodis McKelvin 4 Ints
    Stephon Gilmore 2 Ints
    Kyle Williams 1 Ints
    Total Tackles

    Preston Brown 60 Total
    Nigel Bradham 52 Total
    Leodis McKelvin 40 Total

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    Scouting Report from the Kansas City Star

    When the Chiefs run

    EDGE >> CHIEFS

    The Chiefs have done a nice job of rotating their backs, as they’ve found a way to get star Jamaal Charles, backup Knile Davis and speedster De’Anthony Thomas involved. The Chiefs’ patchwork offensive line has also been surprisingly capable against the run. They’ll need to be this week against the Bills’ stout front. Stud tackles Kyle Williams and Marcell Dareus team up with ends Jerry Hughes and Mario Williams to form one of the league’s best run-stopping groups, along with linebackers Brandon Spikes, Nigel Bradham and Preston Brown.
    Chiefs’ top rusher No. Yds. Avg. TD
    K. Davis 102 410 4.0 4
    When the Chiefs pass

    EDGE >> BILLS

    Surprise, surprise, but the Bills are also good against the pass. This could be a problem for an offense that struggles to throw the ball vertically. So could the Bills’ pass rush, as the group that is second in the league in sacks will test an offensive line that has allowed the 17th-most sacks in the league.
    Chiefs’ top QB C A Yds. TD-I
    A. Smith 165 246 1,692 11-4
    Chiefs’ top receiver No. Yds. Avg. TD
    T. Kelce 32 419 13.1 4
    When the Bills run

    EDGE >> CHIEFS

    One area where defensive coordinator Bob Sutton’s unit has occasionally been leaky is its run defense. The Chiefs rank 19th in this area, but the Bills only rank 23rd in rushing offense and have been missing their top two backs in speedster C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson due to injuries. Jackson is questionable for the game, but if he doesn’t go, the Bills will turn to Anthony Dixon, who only managed 44 yards in 22 carries in their last game.
    Bills’ top rusher No. Yds. Avg. TD
    C. Spiller 69 287 4.2
    When the Bills pass

    EDGE >> CHIEFS

    Quarterback Kyle Orton has been solid for the Bills since he took over for E.J. Manuel. Orton is efficient and is capable of running the offense. Receiver Sammy Watkins, a burner with big-play ability, is a real problem. The Chiefs don’t have anybody who can run with him. But he is questionable for the game because of a groin injury, and his absence could be felt against the league’s best pass defense. While the Chiefs rank fourth in the league in sacks, the Bills rank 25th in sacks allowed.
    Bills’ top QB C A Yds. TD-I
    K. Orton 95 141 1,128 9-3
    Bills’ top WR No. Yds. Avg. TD
    S. Watkins 38 590 15.5 5
    Special teams

    EDGE >> BILLS

    Buffalo takes special teams seriously. The Bills even keep a kickoff specialist, Jordan Gay, on their roster. He’s been good, and while punter Colton Schmidt has been solid, kicker Dan Carpenter has made 15 of 17 field goals. The Bills and Chiefs both have kickoff returns for touchdowns, and neither has allowed a return score. So while the Chiefs might have a slight edge at punter thanks to Dustin Colquitt, the Bills have the edge at kicker and kickoffs, where Carpenter and Gay have been slightly superior to rookie Cairo Santos.

    Coaching

    EDGE >> CHIEFS

    Doug Marrone, a second-year coach, has navigated the Bills to a 5-3 record and has done a nice job this season. But Chiefs coach Andy Reid has the superior resume, and is a master playcaller. On the defensive side of the ball, Buffalo’s Jim Schwartz is an experienced coordinator who has helped guide the Bills to the league’s eight-best unit in terms of yardage allowed. The Chiefs, however, rank three spots higher in that category under Bob Sutton, and post a similarly impressive unit.

    X-factor

    EDGE >> BILLS

    The Bills have had two weeks to prepare for this game, thanks to the bye. That means something in this league, and it is significant. Reid is a master playcaller, but the additional time could help Schwartz dissect a scheme that is heavily dependent on short passes and the running game.
    Bottom line: Chiefs 24-17

    This will be close, and it very well may be a loss. But this will be a significant victory for the winner, which will improve to 6-3 and see its playoff hopes come into clear focus. The Chiefs will need one of their best performances of the season to get this one, but they have been playing well lately and understand the importance of this game.
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    Game day!!! This game is a good test. If we can't beat Buffalo, we aren't going to win a road playoff game.
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    Bills got a good defense. I can see them stuffing the box in an attempt to shut down Charles and our short yardage passing game. Reid, the "master play caller", will need to find a way to get the ball down the field today. Our OL will have to have a stellar game today. Go Chiefs!

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    Anybody else out there today? For some reason, my laptop doesn't type correctly on this site. Keeps skipping letters..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bike View Post
    Bills got a good defense. I can see them stuffing the box in an attempt to shut down Charles and our short yardage passing game. Reid, the "master play caller", will need to find a way to get the ball down the field today. Our OL will have to have a stellar game today. Go Chiefs!
    I agree. They need to give Smith time to look downfield.

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    LETS GET IT DONE CHIEFS

    Chance to get to 6-3 win this and the playoffs are defently a real chance THIS SEASON
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