Bills Are Always A Scary Matchup For The Chiefs

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Sunday, November 9th, 2014: Be Very Afraid

Aug 23, 2014; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs fans hold a sign against the Minnesota Vikings in the second half at Arrowhead Stadium. Minnesota won the game 30-12. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

By now, children, you should have a healthy fear of the Buffalo Bills. If you don’t, you are a homer to the most sickening degree.

What we’ve learned:

1. In the last six years, the Chiefs have played the Bills six times.

2. In those last six years, the Chiefs are 2-4 vs. the Bills.

3. In their victories, the Chiefs have won by a combined score of 36-23.

4. In their losses, the Chiefs have fallen by a combined score of  146 to 65.

5. It doesn’t matter what the teams’ records are entering the game.

6. It doesn’t matter what stadium the game is played at.

7. When the Chiefs win, they barely win. When they lose, they often get blown out.

8. No matter how bad the Bills QB plays or how bad the Bills QB is at being a QB, they can often still beat the Chiefs.

9. No matter what happens Sunday, the Bills will finish in last place, likely with a record of 6-10.

10. Don’t underestimate the Bills.

The Bills are 5-3, despite starting Kyle Orton at QB and despite the fact that their backfield is decimated by injuries. The Bills have had an easier schedule than the Chiefs but keep in mind they also knocked off a very good Detroit Lions team and they feature a pretty stout defense.

We know that in the NFL, the past is never a very good predictor of future events. Still, the Chiefs haven’t had it easy playing the Bills these last six years and that is unlikely to change this Sunday.

In a game with serious playoff implications for both teams, here’s hoping the Chiefs show up with a healthy respect for the Buffalo Bills.

Buffalo has earned it.