Nov 3, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) passes under pressure by Buffalo Bills outside linebacker Jerry Hughes (55) during the first half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

Chiefs at Bills final score: Chiefs stay undefeated with 23-13 win

As expected, the Chiefs were able to use their impressive defensive against another 3rd string quarterback to their advantage. The Kansas City Chiefs were able to stay undefeated thanks to a 23-13 victory over the Buffalo Bills.

As I predicted earlier this week, the Chiefs were able to cover the 3 points spread, and their defense was able to get a score of their own.

Let’s start with how the Bills did today. Offensively, they were able to get the ball moving, although sometimes it was moving in the wrong direction. C.J. Spiller played today and had his best game of the season, rushing 12 times for 116 yards.

The back up’s back up, quarterback Jeff Tuel, completed 18 f 39 passes, for 229 yards, with one touchdown and two interceptions. Leading the receiving aspect of the ball for Buffalo was Marquise Goodwin who caught two passes for 64 yards and a score.

The Chiefs also had offensive impacts of their own. Quarterback Alex Smith completed 19 of 29 passes, throwing for 124 yards with no touchdowns or picks. Jamaal Charles led the team’s rushing category, as expected, with 17 carries for 90 yards but had no touchdowns.

I bet you thought you’d never hear the words “Dwyane Bowe” and “game-high receiving yards” in the same sentence. Well, Dwayne Bowe did in fact have the most receiving yards of the game, catching 7 passes fr 67 yards. It doesn’t look like much, but for a struggling Bowe, today was a big game.

The now 9-0 Kansas City Chiefs will head into a bye week before facing off against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos for week 11. Buffalo (3-6) will head to Pittsburgh this week for a week 10 match up against the 2-5 Steelers.

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