Every Wednesday, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley will start his press conference talking about the opposing team's offense and defense. This week that is of course the Buffalo Bills.
The Chiefs official site has video and a transcript of what Haley had to say today.
Quarterback: "I think offensively, the quarterback (Ryan Fitzpatrick) is a very mobile player that can hurt you with his feet or his arm, which he showed a bunch last year."
Receivers: "They have a group of talented receivers, led by this Stevie Johnson, who I think is really one of the up-and-coming guys in the league at his position. I think the addition of Brad Smith, who you can list anywhere on the depth chart, a guy that I went over to Missouri and worked out one-on-one when he was coming out and really liked the player. I think that's a great addition for them. He gives them great versatility - he can run with it, he can throw it; he can catch it and return it."
Running backs: "Between (C.J.) Spiller and (Fred) Jackson, they are a formidable duo that has great speed to the edge, but yet have size to run inside."
And in what I'm sure will be a weekly theme, Haley says the key to the game is stopping the run.
"For us it starts with stopping the run first," Haley said. "They have done a great job of running it in the preseason and I think that's something that they've probably emphasized and we'll see a bunch of."