Here’s the time and other important information for the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills game in Week 6 at Arrowhead Stadium.
The matchup of all matchups is finally here. The National Football League’s regular-season schedule has arrived at Week 6, and the Sunday afternoon game pitting the Buffalo Bills at the Kansas City Chiefs is one that’s been circled for months—ever since the schedule was revealed back in the spring.
The game is a showcase of everything that’s exciting about the NFL’s future. The Bills and Chiefs are loaded on both sides of the ball led by celebrated coaches with Super Bowl aspirations. The game’s top two quarterbacks are Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes and they’re both looking like early MVP candidates once again. It doesn’t hurt that both teams are already 4-1 and vying for an early top seed in the AFC in this game.
As for the Bills, they come in with extra motivation after the Chiefs knocked them out of the postseason last year in a game now best summarized as the “13 seconds” game. Mahomes has beaten Allen in three of their four meetings to date. Still, the Chiefs are underdogs despite being at home because the Bills look like they’ve taken another step forward, especially after adding Von Miller on defense.
How will these teams respond? How will key injuries for both teams affect the way they encounter the other? It should be an exciting game with a lot of fireworks on Sunday.
BUFFALO BILLS v. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
WHEN: Sunday, Sept. 11, 3:25 p.m. C.T.
WHERE: Arrowhead Stadium
WATCH: CBS, NFL+, FUBO-TV (stream)
LISTEN: WDAF, 106.5 FM