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Chiefs vs. Bills: Final Predictions, Over/Under

John Rieger-US PRESSWIRE

The Kansas City Chiefs are in Buffalo today hoping to get their 2012 season on track by beating the Bills to earn their first victory of the year.

It isn’t going to be easy for the Chiefs. They’ll be on the road in front of some of the NFL’s best fans. KC will also have to work Tamba Hali and Brandon Flowers back into the defense. The replacement refs seeem to be missing a lot of penalties so it will be interesting to see if they call the holding penalties that Tamba is sure to draw today. As for Flowers, there is no telling how healthy he is or how much rust he will have to shake off. The Chiefs will likely limit his reps today.

I am a little worried about the defense going into this game with confidence issues after last week’s drubbing at the hands of the Atlanta Falcons. Still, I think getting Hali back will be a major shot in the arm for this group.

Chiefs 31, Bills 17

Now for your weekly over under.

1. Peyton Hillis will have 7 carries.

2. Matt Cassel will throw 1 interception.

3. Jonathan Baldwin will have 2 catches.

4. Jamaal Charles will run for 125 yards.

5. Ryan Fitzpatrick will throw 1 interception.

6. Dontari Poe will have 2 tackles.

7. Tamba Hali will have 1 sack.

8. Eric Berry will have 1 interception.

9. Derrick Johnson will have 7 tackles.

10. Mario Williams will have 2 sacks.

 

Topics: Kansas City Chiefs

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  • Chase Cunningham

    Prediction: Chiefs 27, Bills 10.

    1. Over
    2. Under
    3. Push
    4. Over
    5. Over
    6. Over
    7. Push
    8. Push
    9. Under
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  • chiefsman35

    matt cassel is a good QB he can go for 300 and 5 touchdowns in a awesome game i think he will go 25-32 with 3 TD and 0 INTs and the chiefs win 31-21 in my prediction go chiefs!

  • Blake

    We suck…. I’ve grasped the reason we’ll never be good again. Only a small handful of our players are dedicated to the coach/quarterback, thus this citys team will never be good again. Think about it….. The last time we were good was when we were lead by superbowl caliber coach & quarterback. Most our players are taught by non-proven individuals.

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