If you are looking forward to an offensive showdown this Sunday when the Buffalo Bills travel to face the Kansas City Chiefs, you have now been given sufficient notice to look elsewhere. These are two struggling offenses, and their ineptitude in converting on third downs throughout the year is bordering on the ridiculous. Kansas City has only been able to convert on 22 percent of their third downs this year, while the Bills are only slightly better at 26 percent of the time. The Chiefs inability to get a first down off of their third down plays is the worst level of converting in this decade. They at least were able to pick up six first downs last week out of 17 third downs against Denver. The Bills on the other hand only converted once out of eleven tries on third down against the Jets. L ...
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