Rematch-flavored duel between Bills and Chiefs in Arrowhead

The Sunday day of the Week 5 ends with the duel between Buffalo bills and Kansas city chiefs, in a reissue of last season’s AFC Championship Game.

Buffalo and Kansas city They come at very different times, with the visitors becoming a solid contender in the conference and the locals struggling to find answers to their defensive woes that keep them out of the lead in their division.

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These are the data you should know about the match between Bills and Chiefs:

  • They have met 46 times in the regular season and the Bills they lead the series 24-21-1.

  • Buffalo has a 0-2 record against the Chiefs since the start of last season (he’s 8-3 against the rest of the NFL including the postseason).

  • The defense of the Bills It is No. 1 in the NFL in points received per game (11.0), yards allowed per game (216.8), yards allowed per play (4.0) and ERA in the red zone (33.3 percent).

  • Josh allen he has 18 wins since the start of last season, including the playoffs. Is tied with Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady with the most in the league in that span.

  • Chiefs are 5-1 against the Bills since Andy Reid became his head coach in 2013.

  • Mahomes He has 15,370 passing yards and 128 touchdown passes in his first 50 professional games, an NFL record.

  • Mahomes accumulate 30 consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass (longest active streak in the NFL).

Reasons to watch the duel between Buffalo and Kansas City:

Without a doubt it is the duel of the week and perhaps more than one wonders the reason for this designation, but the reality is that the ChiefsDespite his 2-2 record and appearing at the bottom of the AL West, they remain one of the great cheerleaders of the 2021 season.

Now, although early in the campaign, we will experience one of the most important games and with direct implications in the postseason (if injuries do not interfere), since this can determine in the end which team will have the home advantage in the playoffs, as as happened last season when the Chiefs advanced to the Super Bowl, after beating the Bills.

The reality is that we will also see a duel of contrasts since Buffalo boasts the best defense of the season with just 867 yards allowed and Kansas cityAfter four games, they were the team that had given the most yards with 1,751.

Despite this, we know that the game will be defined by what Josh can do with his arms and legs. Allen as Patrick Mahomes in a game that will lean towards the locals. – Luis Miguel Vasavilbaso