The Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills will meet on Sunday and I for one am hoping this game isn't like the last time they played. The Chiefs hosted the Bills last Halloween and used nearly all 15 minutes in overtime to get K Ryan Succop in position for the game-winner.
The highlights from the game include S Eric Berry's interception (which made Gus Johnson go crazy) and the Chiefs combining for 274 rushing yards, which was their third consecutive game with 200 or more rushing yards.
The game was a little close for comfort, especially considering the Chiefs were shooting for a playoff spot and the Bills were on their way to a four-win season.
The game was unusual to say the least. I remember going to the locker room after the game and hearing several players say that was one of the stranger games they were involved in.
Statistically, the Chiefs should have dominated the game. Here are our five good stats from that game. I would want to see the number of rushing yards replicated, including Charles' 177 yards.
About 50 percent of you guys gave the Chiefs a C on the game but at the end of the day what really matters is that they got the victory. For my health's sake, I hope the Chiefs and Bills don't go 75 minutes in this game.