The Week 6 matchup between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs was expected to be a highlight of the regular season schedule. It lived up to those expectations as this was a very competitive game where neither team was really able to pull away from the other.
The Buffalo Bills ultimately would get the victory with a late touchdown by Josh Allen to Dawson Knox to give them a 24-20 win. These are the grades for each position group from Week 6 for the Buffalo Bills.
Week 6 grades for the Buffalo Bills against the Kansas City Chiefs
The start of the game wasn’t ideal for Josh Allen as he was credited with a fumble on a play that looked like an option but there was miscommunication with Isaiah McKenzie. The Chiefs defense in the first half also seemed to do a good job of keeping Allen off balance with the pressure they were bringing.
However, Josh Allen is too good and he found a rhythm right before the end of halftime when he drove the team 96-yards in just over a minute for their first touchdown of the day.
In the second half, Allen kept that momentum and finished the game with over 300 passing yards with 32 rushing yards, including another hurdle to add to his highlight reel, and three touchdowns.
Week 6 Grade: A-