The Buffalo Bills are going back to the all-white uniform combination, which they wore earlier in the year against the Kansas City Chiefs
The Buffalo Bills are returning to Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday night to play the Kansas City Chiefs. This will be the third time playing in that stadium over the past two years and the Bills are going to stick with the same uniform combination they used earlier this year compared to last year.
In the AFC Championship Game last year, the Bills went with the white jersey with blue pants which was a game they would ultimately come up short. Then in the Week 5 matchup this year, Buffalo ditched the blue pants and went with an all-white uniform, with white jerseys, pants, and socks.
The Bills would win that game 38-20 against the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo is hoping that trend can continue on Sunday night with the same uniform combination.
Buffalo Bills have had success with this uniform combination
Since 2020, the Buffalo Bills have worn this uniform combination seven times and have won six of those games, according to The Gridiron Uniform Database. The only loss came in Week 1 against the Pittsburgh Steelers this season, a game the Buffalo Bills lost 23-16.
The wins this year came in Week 5 against the Kansas City Chiefs, then in Week 10 against the New York Jets when they won 45-17. The third regular season game was in Week 16 against the New England Patriots, a game the Bills won 33-21 and that win once again put them in the lead in the AFC East.
Josh Allen in particular has played well in games the Buffalo Bills have worn this uniform combination. In the four games this year, Allen has averaged 316 passing yards with 10 total touchdowns and only one interception.
The Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs will kick off on Sunday night at 6:30 PM EST in the final game of the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs.