1.) Get up early and don’t look back
It is quite simple…be aggressive right from the start and don’t look back at all. That is something that the Bills heavily struggled with this season up until recently. There have been far too many games where the Bills get a slow start and are forced to play almost perfect football in the second half, which has cost them games this season.
The Chiefs’ defense has very much improved from their last couple of meetings, but they are still giving up big plays this season and have been part of the reason why they have lost three of their last five games.
Joe Brady and the offense for the Bills need to get off to a hot start early on and trust that their defense will make a key stop and play keep away from the Chiefs. I’m not saying that the Bills need to put up 50+ points in this game, but it would be a confidence boost if they walked into Arrowhead and beat the Chiefs in a convincing manner and sent a message to the rest of the league moving forward.