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Chiefs And Bills Are Scoreless After Quiet First Quarter

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The Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills are tied at zero this afternoon in Kansas City. It's the end of the first quarter and it has been a quiet one. 

The offensive highlight of the game was Jamaal Charles breaking off a 32-yard run. It was off the left edge, which Brian Galliford from Buffalo Rumblings predicted would be a problem for the Bills. The Chiefs' defensive line and linebackers are getting great pressure on Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Chiefs' D has one sack and one forced fumble already in the first quarter courtesy of Andy Studebaker, Tamba Hali and Wallace Gilberry.

Right now, it feels like our offense is on the verge of a big play. You could see that with Charles' run and some of the holes we've seen today. And our defense is on the verge of a big turnover with the way they're getting pressure on Fitzpatrick. Derrick Johnson dropped an interception (slightly behind him) that would have been identical to Week 7's pick-six. Heck, I might as well say I feel like Javier Arenas is on the verge of a big kick return.

Now it's all just gotta actually happen...