These Bills are serious. With a great performance on offense and defense, Buffalo defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 38-20 as the strongest rival in the American Conference.

In a game that was delayed an hour and 16 minutes by a thunderstorm, he was twice intercepted by the Bills defense by Patrick Mahomes, who looked erratic and under pressure for most of the game.

It looked like it was going to be a close game, but when Kansas City led 10-7, 17 unanswered points came from the Bills to lead at halftime 24-13. It was at this point that the game was delayed due to weather conditions and by returning to the court, Buffalo took a definitive lead with another touchdown.

The touchdown came courtesy of Micah Hyde, who intercepted after the ball got into Tyreek Hill’s hands and ran 26 yards into the end zone.

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With the score 31-13, Kansas City scored with Travis Kelce to get 11 points down, but once again, the Bills offense hit the good hour with a long offensive series that ended with a touchdown pass from Josh Allen to Emmanuel Sanders.

It is worth saying that Allen had been intercepted on that offense, but a rude punishment to the passer dampened the momentum of the Kansas City defense, which was conspicuous by its absence in the first half.

Allen finished the game with 316 passing yards and three touchdowns.

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