Gameday: Bills up 10-0 on the Chiefs in second quarter

November 26, 2017

The month of November has not been kind to the Buffalo Bills. After going 5-2 through the first two months of the season, the Bills have lost three straight to fall back to .500 and have fallen out of a playoff spot in the AFC.

The Bills will look to snap their skid on Sunday as they travel to the Midwest to face the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.

Kansas City is also having a rough stretch of games in their schedule. After starting the season 5-0, they have lost four of their last five games but still hold the top spot in the AFC West standings.

The Bills enter Sunday with more injuries on offense as wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin did not make the trip to Kansas City with a knee injury suffered last week against the Los Angeles Chargers. Benjamin did not practice throughout the week, and was downgraded to out on Saturday before the Bills left Buffalo.

The Bills are also without left tackle Cordy Glenn for a third consecutive week with a foot/ankle injury that has plagued him for most of the season. Backup running back Mike Tolbert is also missing his second consecutive game with a hamstring injury.

Here is the complete list of inactives for the Bills:

Today's Bills inactives. #BUFvsKC

— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) November 26, 2017

Earlier in the week, the Chiefs had signed cornerback Darrelle Revis to help bolster their secondary down the final stretch of the season. However, Revis is listed as inactive for the Chiefs.

The game started with both the Bills and Chiefs struggling to get anything going on offense. The Bills only registered one first down in their first three drives of the game, while the Chiefs went three-and-out on their first three drives of the game.

Finally, the Bills put a scoring drive together when Tyrod Taylor led the Bills down the field for nine play, 58-yard drive that ended with an eleven-yard touchdown pass to Zay Jones. 

After another three-and-out series for the Chiefs, the Bills start the second quarter with a quick drive that gets them into field goal position. The Bills get as far as the Chiefs' 16-yards line, but settle for a 34-yard field goal from Stephen Hauschka.

Track all the live action below:



First Quarter:

  • 7-0 Bills (1:36) - Tyrod Taylor rolls out of the pocket to find Zay Jones in the corner of the endzone for an 11-yard touchdown reception. Stephen Hauschka's extra-point is good.
    • Drive info: 9 plays, 58 yards, 4:24

Second Quarter:

  • 10-0 Bills (12:05) - Stephen Hauschka's 34-yard field goal attempt is good.
    • Drive info: 6 plays, 28 yards, 2:50

Third Quarter:


Fourth Quarter:





Buffalo Bills:

Tyrod Taylor: 10 of 16, 92 yards, 1 TD

Kansas City Chiefs

Alex Smith: 2 of 8, 7 yards



Buffalo Bills:

LeSean McCoy: 8 carries, 20 yards

Travaris Cadet: 2 carries, 5 yards

Tyrod Taylor: 1 carry, 0 yards

Kansas City Chiefs:

Alex Smith: 2 carries, 15 yards

Kareem Hunt: 5 carries, 4 yards

Charcandrick West: 

Tyreek Hill:

Akeem Hunt: 



Buffalo Bills:

Zay Jones: 3 receptions, 33 yards, 1 TD

LeSean McCoy: 3 receptions, 24 yards

Charles Clay: 1 reception, 16 yards

Jordan Matthews: 1 reception, 8 yards

Travaris Cadet: 1 reception, 4 yards

Deonte Thompson: 

Nick O'Leary: 

Andre Holmes: 

Kansas City Chiefs:

Anthony Sherman: 1 reception, 4 yards

Tyreek Hill: 1 reception, 3 yards

Travis Kelce: 

Kareem Hunt: 

Charcandrick West: 

Albert Wilson:



Buffalo Bills:


Kansas City Chiefs:



Total Yards:

Bills: 117
Chiefs: 26

Passing Yards:

Bills: 92
Chiefs: 7

Rushing Yards:

Bills: 25
Chiefs: 19

First Downs:

Bills: 8
Chiefs: 0


Bills: 2 for 15 yards
Chiefs: 2 for 20 yards

Time of Possession:

Bills: 12:50
Chiefs: 5:56