I don't think the Chiefs playcalling was very scary to the Bills. When the Play call is made in committee by Bill Muir and Nick Sirianni in the booth, Maurice Carthon is shuffling the RB's in and out, Jim Zorn is communicating the play into the game to Matt Cassel, and Todd Haley is overseeing the entire thing. Well, it could get messy. I will attempt to sort it out by the final numbers. I separated the 1st 3 Quarters from the 4th Quarter for maybe what we wanted to do versus what we ended up doing in an attempt to catch up. As ugly a game as it was the Chiefs rank 12th in Rushing in the NFL today, 30th in passing.
|Quarters 1-3||Under Center||Yards||Shotgun||Yards||No Huddle||Yards||No Huddle/Shotgun||Yards|
|Incomplete||4||-||2||-||-||-||2 (TD disallowed)||-|
- RB's 11/12 for 33 yards
- TE's 4/6 for 39 yards
- WR's 6/15 for 51 yards
- QB 1/1 for -4 yards
- Longer than 10 yards - 1/9 for 15 yards
- 0-9 yards - 14-18 for 101 yards
- Behind LOS - 7/7 for 3 yards
The Offensive line played relatively well only allowing 1 sack (Asamoah) and 4 total pressures in pass protection. Jamaal Charles and Dexter McCluster combined for 6 rushes for 68 yards behind Ryan Lilja and Branden Albert.