Rashee Rice has been a bigger part of the Chiefs offense down the stretch and it really started around the time the two teams met in the regular season. In the first 12 games of the season, Rice had only two games with more than 70 receiving yards.
However, starting with the game against the Bills he would have 70 receiving yards or more in four of his final five games. During that stretch he would average seven receptions per game and had three receiving touchdowns.
The Chiefs having a wide receiver to complement Travis Kelce makes this offense much tougher to defend but thankfully the Bills should have their top cornerback returning in Rasul Douglas. He missed last week against the Steelers but enters this game with no injury designation.
I would expect the Bills to try and have Douglas on Rice as much as possible in this game. If he can contain the rookie, it will give the Bills a great chance for a win.