At the end of the first half of their AFC tag team battle, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills are tied, 14-14.
The Bills started things off with 13 games, 71 yards, on opening game possession, but The Chiefs came right back with 11 games, 74 yards. Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes used their legs to make big plays for their team, while it was Devin Singletary and Mahomes who eventually found the finish zone.
The Bills then chased for the first time in nearly three games when their second drive of the night was halted near midfield thanks to a sack by edge chiefs Melvin Ingram. Buffalo pinned Kansas City deep and the two teams traded balls again before the two leaders blasted off in a 12-game 86-yard run that ended with a 2-yard touchdown pass to Byron Pringle. Buffalo only had two minutes to set up a drive of its own, and it did just that, with Allen leading the way through the air and onto the ground. He capped things off with an 18-yard touchdown pass to Gabriel Davis, which tied things up before the break.
The Chiefs had a chance to take the lead in the first half when the Mahomes put them in range for a long field goal attempt by Harrison Butker, but the 50-yard kicker attempt was pushed too far as time ended in the first half.
Will the bosses keep serving at home, or will the bills drop down the road? We can’t wait to find out the answer. Keep an eye on our live blog throughout the rest of the evening as we update you on stats, scores and features.
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