The Kansas City Chiefs’ defense was at it again this Sunday.
The Chiefs beat the Buffalo Bills 23-13 to move to 9-0 on the season.
In a game that featured zero offensive touchdowns from Kansas City, the Chiefs had to rely on special teams and defense to score all of their points.
This pick-six from cornerback Sean Smith was not only a highlight of the third quarter, it was one of the major highlights of the game.
Smith stepped in front of a Jeff Tuel slant pass in the end zone and took it all the way back for the Kansas City score. At that point of the game, Smith’s touchdown tied the game at 10 for Kansas City.
We know defense wins championships, but the Chiefs are proving that it wins games as well.