Bills Top Chiefs 16-10

Three Game Losing Streak Broken

Neil McManus
November 26, 2017 - 4:39 pm

Kansas City, MO (WBEN) The Buffalo Bills entered Sunday’s game against the Chiefs on the heels of two straight blowout losses and it appeared another was going to slip away but rookie, Tre’Davious White saved the day with a last minute interception to preserve a 16-10 win over the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.

Tyrod Taylor was given his starting role back one week after coach, Sean McDermott benched him in favor of rookie, Nathan Peterman and was able to generate a first quarter touchdown pass to Zay Jones. Taylor finished the day with 189 yards passing and the score.

PHOTOS: Bills down KC 16-10

Kicker, Steven Hauschka provided the rest of the scoring for the Bills as he connected on field goals of 34, 56 and 49 yards but he also missed 52 yards which broke his record streak of 13 straight field goals of 50 or more yards.

The Bills led 13-3 at the half, thanks to an improved effort on defense as they held Kansas City to under 60 yards in the half and also held standout rookie, Kareem Hunt to just 17 yards on 11 carries on the day.

The Chiefs opened the second half with an 85 yard touchdown drive and it appeared a collapse was on the horizon but the Bills' defense again answered the call and held their opponents scoreless the rest of the way.

As time was winding down, the Bills made a stop on fourth down but managed to kill just 14 seconds on a three and out drive which gave the ball back to the Chiefs with over two minutes to go. A phantom personal foul against the Bills gave Kansas City possession inside the Buffalo 40 but quarterback, Alex Smith was intercepted by White who returned the ball to the K.C. 10-yard line where the Bills kneeled out the clock to preserve the much needed win.

The Bills are 6-5, still in the playoff hunt and will get a chance to gauge where they stand with the league’s elite teams as they host the New England Patriots at New Era Field next Sunday.

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