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Buffalo Bills Links, 10/8: Can the Bills knock off the Chiefs?

Plus, the latest news on a potential downtown stadium

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The Buffalo Bills (3-1) bring a three-game winning streak into Sunday night’s clash with the Kansas City Chiefs (2-2), and today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off by examining the key matchups that will determine who emerges victorious in this huge AFC showdown.

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Can the Bills knock off the Chiefs?

Get analysis from beat reporters on what Buffalo needs to do to knock off Kansas City in this rematch of last year’s AFC Championship game. Plus, how new wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders can make a difference vs. the Chiefs’ secondary, how this will be a homecoming of sorts for rookie offensive lineman Spencer Brown, and why Sunday Night Football broadcaster Al Michaels thinks that, despite the hype, this isn’t a statement game for either team.

Could the Bills’ new stadium site be downtown?

While the Bills and their brass are adamant that a new stadium needs to be built in Orchard Park, on Thursday, it was revealed that New York state is weighing its options and wants the team to consider a new stadium in downtown Buffalo.

Odds and ends

Tight end Dawson Knox shares what has been the keys to his fast start to the 2021 season, we get the latest injury news on linebacker Matt Milano, and how, thanks to augmented reality technology, Bills All-Pro quarterback Josh Allen can tailgate at home with Bills fans.