2.) The game was closer than it should have been
At one point in the game, it was all Buffalo as they took an early 14-0 lead. However, that story would change as the game progressed. The Bills allowed the Chiefs to crawl their way back into the game to tie it up at 17 all.
The Chiefs would then drive it down the field on their last drive and if it was not for wideout Kadarius Toney lining up offsides, the Chiefs would have taken the lead off of a Travis Kelce reception in which he threw it back to Toney that took it to the house with just over one minute left in the game.
The Bills looked vanilla after their second touchdown in the second quarter and the game basically came down to who made the fewer mistakes. Buffalo played great football on defense aside from them giving up a 14-0 lead. It was the offense that almost cost them the game in the end. A win is a win at the end of the day, and it was against a team that is in the playoff race. However, the Bills are known for not being able to get the win in those close games. They managed to do that today.