This Sunday the Buffalo Bills (4-8) face off against the Kansas City Chiefs (3-9), in a game with no playoff implications, no star quarterbacks, and which is expected to be blacked out. Both teams lack both offense and defense. However, when the teams faced each other in Week 12 of last season, Buffalo spanked the Chiefs 54-31, a score unimaginable to Buffalo fans. Can Buffalo put up similar numbers this weekend? I think so. Buffalo has the NFL's worst rushing defense, yet they surprisingly have the fourth best pass defense, recording 21 interceptions and forcing nine fumbles. Buffalo's Pass Offense vs. Kansas City's Pass Defense Buffalo currently has the 28th-ranked pass offense, amassing only 167.8 yards per game, while Kansas City's pass defense is also ranked 28th, allowing 250 ...
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