For the third time in the last four regular season games, the Buffalo Bills travel to Arrowhead for a date with the Kansas City Chiefs, who are coming off a primetime loss against the Green Bay Packers. Since 2020, the Bills have faced the Chiefs five times (two playoff games), with four of them taking place in Kansas City.
While the Chiefs have had a more successful season than the Bills, they have not been the same dynamic team that they once were. Even though they won the Super Bowl last season without star wideout Tyreek Hill, their losing offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy has taken a little bit of a toll on them.
The Bills are 6-6 going into this matchup after a heartbreaker loss against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 12. They are currently out of the playoff picture and face an uphill battle for the rest of the season.
The loud crowd in Arrowhead is arguably the loudest in in the NFL, but the Bills have shown to take that factor out in 2 out of their last 3 wins in Arrowhead.