Okay, time for me to eat some crow. I had the Bills winning this game, not gonna lie. But the Chiefs came out and shut it down on defense once again as Kansas City improves to 9-0 on the season, thus guaranteeing them a winning record this season. Jeff Tuel was exploited in his first career NFL start as Thaddeus Lewis was unable to go at quarterback in this one. The Chiefs’ cornerback Sean Smith was able to intercept him in the end zone early in the third quarter and he returned the pick all the way to the house for 101 yards. Tamba Hali got in on the fun when he returned a fumble eleven yards for a touchdown. The Chiefs were unable to find the end zone on offense, but they did not need to in this ten point victory. After getting sliced through by the likes of Jason Campbell and Case Keenum, the Chiefs bounced back in this game by harassing Jeff Tuel and forcing three turnovers. Now the Bills were able to put up 470 yards in this game, so the fact that they were held to just 13 points is pretty darn good. Amazingly there are still some people out there who do not believe in the Kansas City Chiefs, and I really don’t know why. They have an awesome defense, a smart and efficient quarterback, and a strong running game. What more can you ask for? I think this team will show the world what they are all about in their next game on the road in Denver (Week 11). The Bills will head to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers trying to atone for their back-to-back losses. They played well enough to give the Chiefs a scare here in Orchard Park, but Jeff Tuel will need to eliminate these turnovers if anybody is going to fear Buffalo when he is quarterbacking.