Final

Chiefs 3

(5-4, 2-3 away)

Bills 14

(4-5, 4-1 home)

1:00 PM ET, November 13, 2005

Ralph Wilson Stadium, Buffalo, NY 

1 2 3 4 T
KC 3 0 0 03
BUF 0 7 7 014

Top Performers

Passing: T. Green (KC) - 220 YDS, 3 INT

Rushing: L. Johnson (KC) - 27 CAR, 132 YDS

Receiving: T. Gonzalez (KC) - 8 REC, 81 YDS

Kansas City (5-3) at Buffalo (3-5)

Kansas City (5-3) at Buffalo (3-5), Sunday 1:00 pm EST

ORCHARD PARK, New York (Ticker) -- The Kansas City Chiefs have enjoyed facing teams from the AFC East this season.

The Chiefs seek their third win in as many tries against an Eastern Division opponent Sunday when they visit the Buffalo Bills.

Kansas City opened the season with a 27-7 victory over the New York Jets and also posted a 30-20 win at Miami. In two weeks, the Chiefs meet their final AFC East team when they host New England.

But this week, the focus is on the Bills, who are coming off their bye. The Bills have played well at home, posting a 3-1 record.

Last week, coach Dick Vermeil's late gamble paid off as the Chiefs posted a 27-23 victory over Oakland.

With five seconds left and no timeouts remaining, Vermeil called for a running play and Larry Johnson made the gamble pay off, diving over the pile for a one-yard touchdown.

Johnson got the call instead of Priest Holmes, who missed the game due to a concussion, shoulder and neck injuries. It is uncertain if Holmes will return for this contest.

In the competitive AFC West, the Chiefs enter the contest one game behind first-place Denver.

The Bills have been off since squandering a fourth-quarter lead in a 21-16 loss at New England on October 30. Willis McGahee led the offense, rushing for 136 yards.

McGahee, who has four 100-yard games, should provide a test for a Kansas City defense, which is ranked eighth against the run.

Buffalo is tied for second place with Miami, but just one game behind first-place New England.

Matchup to watch: Chiefs Pro Bowl tight Tony Gonzalez against strong safety Lawyer Milloy.

Series: Buffalo leads, 18-16-1. The Bills have won the last four meetings here since a 20-17 loss in 1986.

Next week: Kansas City visits Houston, November 20 Buffalo visits San Diego, November 20

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Passing Leaders

Kansas CityCMP%YDSTDINT
A. Smith60.63313237
C. Daniel65.824811
BuffaloCMP%YDSTDINT
E. Manuel58.81972119
T. Lewis59.2109243

Rushing Leaders

Kansas CityCARYDSAVGTD
J. Charles25912875.012
A. Smith764315.71
BuffaloCARYDSAVGTD
C. Spiller2029334.62
F. Jackson2068904.39

Receiving Leaders

Kansas CityRECYDSAVGTD
J. Charles706939.97
D. Bowe5767311.85
BuffaloRECYDSAVGTD
S. Chandler5365512.42
S. Johnson5259711.53

Team Averages & NFL Ranks

TEAM OFFENSETEAMPER GAME AVERAGE
Total YardsKC
 
 387
BUF
 
 258
Yards PassingKC
 
 238
BUF
 
 157
Yards RushingKC
 
 149
BUF
 
 100
TEAM DEFENSETEAMPER GAME AVERAGE
Yards AllowedKC
 
 328
BUF
 
 344
Pass Yds AllowedKC
 
 230
BUF
 
 206
Rush Yds AllowedKC
 
 98
BUF
 
 138

Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001)

Kansas City leads 2-1
Oct 26, 2003KC 38, BUF 5
Nov 17, 2002KC 17, BUF 16