Bills will beat Chiefs
December 4, 2015
The Buffalo Bills will visit Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday to play Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs are coming off a large 33-3 victory over fellow division rival the Chargers. They are 5-5 and are second in the AFC West division. The Bills are coming off a stinging 20-13 loss to the New England Patriots. They are also 5-5 and are second in their respective division, AFC East.
The Bills are led in passing by former Virginia Tech quarterback Tyrod Taylor. Taylor has thrown for 1669 yards this season, completing 144 out of 212 passes and has thrown 11 touchdowns.
Former Eagle LeSean McCoy leads the Bills in rushing. He ran for 610 yards on 133 carries and is averaging over four yards per carry this year with three touchdowns on the season.
Charles Clay leads Buffalo in receiving and has caught 41 passes this season for 422 yards. He is averaging over 10 yards per catch and has two touchdowns on the season.
Kansas City is led by former 49er Alex Smith in passing. Smith has completed 207 out of 324 passes for 2426 yards and has ten touchdowns on the season.
Charcandrick West, who’s filling in for Jamaal Charles, now leads the team in rushing. West has carried the ball 98 times for 373 yards and averages almost four yards per carry. He has three touchdowns on the season.
Travis Kelce leads the Chiefs in receiving and has caught 50 passes this year for 620 yards. He is averaging over 12 yards per catch and has three touchdowns on the season.
For this game, I’m taking the Bills. They are a solid, competitive team and they’re still mad about losing to the Patriots. The Chiefs cruised to an easy win over the struggling Chargers and are about to get punched in the mouth from a hungry Bills team.
Update: Chiefs 30, Bills 22