Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes. Stefon Diggs and Travis Kelce. Chris Jones and Jordan Poyer. There are a number of significant players taking the field on Sunday's match up between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs, a clash of two teams with lofty goals, which makes this a must-see matchup for even the most casual NFL fan in Week 14.
Coming into the game, the Chiefs are skidding a bit more than anyone could have predicted after starting the year at 6-1. This midseason slump has cost them three of five games, which brings them to an 8-4 record and a withering lead in the AFC West standings—thank goodness for such pathetic competition there.
That said, the Chiefs have to be happy they're not on the Bills level, a talented team that is somehow struggling at 6-6 overall. The Bills have already cut their offensive coordinator loose in an attempt to rock the boat without tipping anything over. The Bills just lost to the Eagles and are now fading, so you can bet they'll leave everything on the field in order to keep from falling under .500.
Chiefs vs Bills game time
A regular-season game between the Bills and the Chiefs would be a safe preseason bet for a primetime slot at some point, but somehow the powers that be decided to keep this on a late Sunday afternoon. That means you can tune in to see the AFC contenders go head-to-head at 3:25 p.m. C.T.
Chiefs vs Bills location
After playing consecutive road games against the Las Vegas Raiders and Green Bay Packers, the Chiefs return to the friendly confines of Arrowhead Stadium to host the Buffalo Bills.
Chiefs vs Bills odds
Given that the home team typically gets a three-point advantage over their opponent from bettors, the fact that the Chiefs have been made early three-point favorites over the Bills speaks volumes about how much of a fight is expected from Josh Allen and Buffalo (and/or how far the Chiefs have fallen after losing three of their last five games). This will be an interesting line to watch as injury reports come out and the line adjusts.
How to watch or stream Chiefs vs Bills
The folks at CBS likely cheered once they first found out they'd have the chance to broadcast the Bills versus Chiefs game in Week 14 before the season. While some of that luster has been lost, the truth is this is still a marquee matchup and the resulting ratings should still dominate. Streaming options for the game will include Paramount Plus or our friends at FUBO. You can also check out YouTube for NFL Sunday Ticket or NFL+ for further streaming options.
Chiefs vs Bills series history
The series history between the Bills and Chiefs is just about as feisty as you can get. The Chiefs hold a slim 3-2 postseason advantage all time, but the Bills hold the series edge in its entirety with a 26-21 record. Even Andy Reid in K.C. hasn't had all that much success against the Bills considering the normal win percentage against the average opponent with a 6-3 overall record. However, the teams have split the last six games, although Buffalo has won the last two regular-season meetings—including a 24-20 game last year.