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Buffalo Bills Links, 10/11: Domination in Kansas City

Josh Allen and the Bills make a statement on Sunday night.

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The Buffalo Bills (4-1) made a statement on Sunday Night Football, traveling to Arrowhead Stadium and serving up a 38-20 setback to the reigning AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs.

Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off by recapping the Bills’ dominant win over the Chiefs in primetime, highlighting a special performance from All-Pro quarterback Josh Allen, safety Micah Hyde, tight end Dawson Knox, and the rest of the Bills.

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While it was just one game, the Bills earned a measure of redemption over the Chiefs Sunday night, erasing the memories of a pair of losses to Patrick Mahomes and Kansas CIty last year, including a setback in the AFC Championship, by thoroughly dominating the Chiefs in Kansas City. Explore how Josh Allen stayed cool and calm on the national stage, including another memorable hurdle, and relive the biggest plays from Buffalo’s 38-20 victory.

Report card, observations from Buffalo’s 38-20 win

Once again, Buffalo’s defense came up big, this time against the high-octane Chiefs offense. We break down what defensive coordinator/assistant head coach Leslie Frazier was able to scheme up to slow down Mahomes and the Chiefs, grade the Bills, credit Allen for making a handful of big plays downfield, highlight how Greg Rousseau, Jerry Hughes, and the rest of the defensive line got after Mahomes, analyze the continued breakout of tight end Dawson Knox, and much more!