Chiefs QB Alex Smith played mistake free ball, which allowed the Chiefs to overcome a 13-3 4th quarter deficit to stun the Chiefs on the road.
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The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Buffalo Bills on the road to win 17-13 in Week 10 of NFL action.
With a TD pass from QB Kyle Orton to WR Chris Hogan in the 1st quarter, the Bills maintained the lead throughout the first three quarters, limiting the Chiefs to just a FG through three. With a 13-3 lead in the 4th quarter, the Chiefs came to life behind RB Jamaal Charles, who opened the game up with a 39-yard TD run to cut the lead to just 13-10. A poor drive on their next possession led to a punt, but Bills PR Leodis McKelvin fumbled the return, setting the Chiefs up at the Bills 26-yard line. Two plays later QB Alex Smith ran in for the lead-changing score, making the score 17-13. The Chiefs defense held and the Bills were unable to score again in the game.
With the win, the Chiefs improve to 6-3 on the season, in possession of 2nd place in the AFC West behind the division-leading Denver Broncos. The Chiefs next game will be at home against the defending Superbowl champion Seattle Seahawks.
With the loss the Bills move down to only 5-4, tied with the Miami Dolphins for second place in the AFC East. The Bills have four nights rest before a game against the Dolphins on Thursday Night.