The Bills pushed Sunday's game at Kansas City into overtime, making this the second week in a row that a "superior" team was forced to sweat their way through a game they no doubt thought would be a cinch. It is, after all, the Buffalo Bills they were up against. The only winless team in the league. A win was basically a no brainer, right? Wrong. Congrats on the win, but I wouldn't go right to proud or anything, Arrowhead fans. The Chiefs eked out a 13-10 win as overtime was diminishing. (And really, we should have won with Lindell's first 53-yard fieldgoal that he hit. But we won't get into the dirty timeout calling actions of Todd Haley)
Instead of a painful recap that you nor I want to endure, let's take a look at some game moments that deserve applause, and others we'd like to forget.
- The whole first quarter was pretty uneventful; boring, really. But that's why it was memorable. We didn't score, but that's not necessarily unusual. Kansas City not scoring, though, is highly unlike them this season. Kudos to our defense, which really stepped up this week. And KC has the best run game in the NFL.