Did we watch a professional football game on Sunday in Kansas City? It surely didn't look like one. The Buffalo Bills victory over the Kansas City Chiefs more closely resembled a junior varsity opener between teams where the defenses look like brick walls, not because they are truly great, but because the offenses are that anemic. The Bills home loss to the Browns earlier this season is the only game that rivals this one in terms of sheer ugliness. Regardless of the game's lack of excitement, the Bills did find a way to win, something they've had extreme difficulty doing for the majority of the 2009 season.
Ryan Fitzpatrick led the way with a 65.4 quarterback rating, and Matt Cassel's 224 yards through the air were negated by his four interceptions.
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