5 players on the Buffalo Bills offense to watch in Week 6 against the Chiefs

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The Kansas City Chiefs defense has given up the most receptions and receiving yards to running backs through the first five games, and it isn’t even close. To begin the year, the Chiefs have allowed running backs to catch 49 passes, which is 13 more than the next team.

They also have allowed 350 receiving yards, which is 81 more yards than the second-highest total.

Meanwhile, the Buffalo Bills recently have started getting their running backs more involved in the passing game, most notably Devin Singletary. In the last three games, Singletary has 14 receptions, 129 receiving yards, and one touchdown.

The Buffalo Bills don’t get much on the ground, and they certainly may try after what the Raiders showed on Monday night. However, I expect that most of the impact Singletary has this week will come in the passing game when considering the Chiefs’ struggles defending running backs out of the backfield.