Buffalo Bills: Position grades from the 26-17 loss to the Chiefs
Let’s start with the good for special teams which was punter Corey Bojorquez. He continues to put together a great start to the year and against the Chiefs he had four punts and averaged 53.3 yards per punt. All four punts also ended up inside the 20-yard line which was a big boost in terms of field position.
However, Tyler Bass once again had an up and down game as he connected on a 48 yard field goal to start the game but had a chance to really change the momentum going into halftime. While it was a long attempt at 52 yards he badly missed the attempt wide right that would have sent the Bills into the locker room tied at 13 with the Chiefs.
These are growing pains that were expected from a rookie kicker and hopefully he is able to correct these moving forward.
Buffalo Bills Week 6 Grade
It is hard to believe that in a game where their opponent had over 250 more yards and had the ball for over 15 more minutes, that there was a point late in the game where the Buffalo Bills were only down a touchdown.
The Buffalo Bills have plenty to work through on both sides of the ball this week from figuring out a gameplan that can establish the run and get Josh Allen back on track on offense while the defense must look at ways to stop the run while continuing to limit passing yards.
The Buffalo Bills are now 4-2 and are set to travel to face the winless New York Jets in Week 7. Similar to the game against the Titans, the hope is that they can put this game behind them and focus on their next game.