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Chiefs finally get on the board in Buffalo

C. J. Spiller AP

Clark Hunt may technically own the Chiefs, but the Bills currently hold at least a minority interest.

After thumping Kansas City 41-7 in 2011, the Bills lead Kansas City in the third quarter, 21-3.

The only good news for the Chiefs is that they’ve gotten on the board, with a 33-yard Ryan Succop field goal.  It’s otherwise been all Buffalo, with 152 total yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns from C.J. Spiller.

It’s not over yet, but it’s felt like it’s been over for a while.

UPDATE 3:11 p.m. ET:  And just like that, it’s 28-3, thanks to a touchdown catch and run from receiver Stevie Johnson.

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8 Responses to “Chiefs finally get on the board in Buffalo”
  1. ottawabrave91 says: Sep 16, 2012 3:20 PM

    and now a punt return touchdown by Mckelvin.

  2. sammyscrawfo says: Sep 16, 2012 3:22 PM

    And just like that it’s 35-3, thanks to a Leodis McKelvin punt return TD.

  3. 303bengalguy says: Sep 16, 2012 3:30 PM

    Someone please fire up the “Fire Romeo” bandwagon so I can jump on! Down by 32 and he’s having Hillis pound the rock here…. wtf!?!?!?

    Has there been a worse defensive performance so far this year? And Crennel is supposedly calling the defense too… bye bye Romeo!

  4. ottawabrave91 says: Sep 16, 2012 3:35 PM

    Its everything. nothing is working from top to bottom for this team. Cassel is actually a bright spot besides that one fumble. He is doing everythong he can but no one is getting open. he has been sacked due to coverage as much as the o line has been beaten

  5. tdotbronco says: Sep 16, 2012 3:49 PM

    Back to where u belong KC, bottom of the AFC WEST

  6. bigdawg24 says: Sep 16, 2012 4:01 PM

    Fire Pioli. He is the Master mind of the debacle.

  7. keepyerstickontheice says: Sep 16, 2012 4:31 PM

    So using last Monday’s overreaction rules: We ignore context and extrapolate this one game through the end of the season. Now that they are tied for first in the AFC East, Ryan Fitzpatrick is the second coming of Tom Brady, the defense is the next ’86 Bears, and the Bills go 15-1. Yay!

  8. EJ says: Sep 16, 2012 8:28 PM

    Great game! The Ralph was rockin today! Next:Cleveland.
    4 way tie across the AFC East!

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