Bills fall to 4-2 with 26-17 loss to Chiefs (full coverage)

The Buffalo Bills have followed up their first 4-0 start since 2008 with a two-game losing streak that’s included a disappearing act for the high-powered offense that dominated in the first month of the season.

The Bills fell to 4-2 after a 26-17 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night in a game that was moved from Thursday Night Football because of the Tennessee Titans’ Covid-19 situation.

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The 2019 Super Bowl Champions are heading to Buffalo to wrap up Week 6 play with an early Monday Night Football matchup. The game was originally scheduled to be a Thursday Night Football contest, but due to the Week 5 Titans game being moved to Tuesday because of their COVID-19 outbreak, the game was bumped to Monday.

The Kansas City Chiefs were crowned the Super Bowl Champs after beating the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 on February 2, 2020. Going into the 2020 season, Kansas City returned several important pieces on offense and defense. The continuity on their team from last year to this year is a big reason why the Chiefs are 4-1 heading into Week 6.

It’ll also be a matchup of two 4-1 teams who left Week 5 with a bad taste in their mouth. The Chiefs lost to the Raiders 40-32, and the Bills lost to the Titans 42-16. Both teams enter Week 6 hungry and ready for revenge. The Chiefs rank eighth averaging 29.8 points per game, while the Bills rank 11th averaging 27.8 points per game. Their offenses are both top five in the league. It’s a big stage and opportunity for the Bills to bounce back against a talented Chiefs team.

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