The Chiefs are 9-0, but they’re far from perfect.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid admitted after Sunday’s win over the Bills that the team made plenty of mistakes. The Bills, with undrafted rookie quarterback Jeff Tuel making his first start, out-gained the Chiefs 470 yards to 210, and Reid knows that’s a problem.
“Listen, there are a lot of things we can improve on; we were out-yardaged by a ton,” Reid said.
Still, just because the Chiefs had to come from behind to beat a team with a losing record that was down to its third-string quarterback, Reid thinks his team can celebrate the victory.
“Listen, all in all, every win you get in the National Football League is a good win,” Reid said. “We rallied in that fourth quarter and did some things better than what we had done early.”
The Chiefs are on their bye this week, and next week they’re at Denver. If they play against the Broncos like they did against the Bills, the Chiefs aren’t going to make it to 10-0.