Kansas City Chiefs Should Run All Over NFL-Worst Buffalo Bills

October 31, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is one reason that the Buffalo Bills have yet to win even a single game this season and are 0-6 and last in the AFC East: their defense.
The Bills travel to Kansas City on Sunday and will attempt to slow down the league’s best rushing offense with the NFL’s worst scoring defense. The Chiefs’ Thomas Jones and Jamaal Charles are running for 176.5 yards per game, almost 20 yards better than the next best rushing team, the New York Jets. In fact, the Chiefs are running the ball over 35 times per game, averaging 5 yards per carry.
Buffalo’s defense, on the other hand, is dead last in both rushing defense (157.7 yards per game) and scoring defense (33 points per game). It is probably safe to assume that Chiefs coach Todd Haley will look to exploit the Bills with Jones and Charles, but don’t be surprised if they open up the passing game as well against a defense that has only one interception on the season.
When the Bills have the ball, they ...

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