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The Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs will meet Sunday, Oct. 16 at Arrowhead Stadium. Kickoff is set for 4:25 p.m. Eastern.
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The Bills crushed the Pittsburgh Steelers 38-3 Oct. 9 while the Chiefs beat the Las Vegas Raiders by one point at 30-29 Oct.10.
Who: Buffalo Bills (4-1) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (4-1)
When: Oct. 16, 2022
Time: 4:25 p.m. Eastern
Where: Arrowhead Stadium (76,416 capacity)
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Latest line: Buffalo Bills -2.5
Announcers: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo and Tracy Wolfson
Read some of what The Ringer reporters Ben Solak and Steven Ruiz wrote about the matchup:
“The greatest game of last season—of perhaps the last several seasons—was played between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs just nine months ago. You remember? The one in which Josh Allen scored the game-winning touchdown, and then Patrick Mahomes somehow came back and scored the actual game-winning touchdown—until, of course, Allen drove down the field and scored the final game-winning touchdown—that is, until Mahomes used all 13 seconds remaining on the clock to drive into field-goal range, send the game into overtime, win the coin toss, and (you guessed it) score the actual, final, I-really-mean-it-this-time, game-winning touchdown.
Yeah. Pretty good football game.
Entering Week 6, it would be unfair to expect the same fireworks from the rematch. But of course, there is still reason to get excited. These are the two best teams by expected points added per dropback by a country mile, as Allen and Mahomes have become the defining quarterbacks of this generation of football. And they’re both AFC contenders, looking to repeat as division winners and make the playoffs. Where they might meet again. And might meet every year. For the rest of time.
OK, it’s very tempting to expect the same fireworks.
There is no doubt that Buffalo and Kansas City have planned around this Week 6 matchup for awhile. So Steven Ruiz and I took a look at last year’s matchup—as well as this year’s versions of the Bills and Chiefs—to try to understand what each team will bring to this game. We’ll break it down on both sides of the ball; I’ll play the Chiefs, and Steven will play the Bills.”
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