Last October, the Bills went to Kansas City and defeated the Chiefs 38-20 without mitigating factors with a great display from Josh Allen
During the first 41 home games in the career of Patrick Mahomeslos Kansas City Chiefs they always opened as favorites at the bookmakers. That streak came to an end this week, courtesy of a relentless Buffalo Bills.
Possessors of the best attack in yards and the best defense in points in the entire league, Josh Allen and the Bills they travel Sunday afternoon to Kansas City with only one idea in mind: to collect revenge for the painful elimination at the hands of the Chiefs in the divisional round of the previous postseason on this very stage.
In that meeting, the Bills took a 36-33 lead with just 13 seconds left, but Patrick Mahomes he engineered a three-play, 45-yard blitz drive to tie the game and then win it on the first drive of overtime.
Last October, the Bills they went to Kansas City and unmitigatedly defeated the Chiefs 38-20 with a great display of Josh Allen, who threw for 315 yards, three touchdown passes and a rating of 139.1. But in the instance of win or die they fell short.
The third duel between Allen y Mahomes in just over a year promises to meet all expectations. After all Kansas City arrives with the most prolific attack of the season: 15 touchdown passes to the account of Patrick Mahomes and with all the ingredients for a festival of points and an uncertain ending.
The week 6 started Thursday night, when the Washington Commanders outscored 12-7 Bears of Chicago and snapped a four-game losing streak. The anemic score met expectations in a matchup between two of the league’s worst offenses.
The action continues on Sunday with the following games: 49ers (3-2) at Atlanta (2-3); Patriots (2-3) at Cleveland (2-3); Jets (3-2) at Green Bay (3-2); Jaguars (2-3) at Indianapolis (2-2-1); Vikings (4-1) at Miami (3-2); Bengals (2-3) at New Orleans (2-3); Ravens (3-2) at NY Giants (4-1); Buccaneers (3-2) at Pittsburgh (1-4); Panthers (1-4) at LA Rams (2-3); and Cardinals (2-3) at Seattle (2-3).
The day concludes on Monday with the visit of the Broncos (2-3) to the Chargers (3-2) in a duel between rivals from the NFC West that could have serious implications in January.
The Lions (1-4), Titans (3-2), Raiders (1-4) and Texans (1-3-1) are the first teams to rest this season.