When the Kansas City Chiefs head to Ralph Wilson Stadium to play the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, it will be the fifth straight year that the two teams will have met, but the first in Buffalo since 2005. That five year stretch has seen mostly success for the Bills, who have won three of their last four appearances at Arrowhead Stadium. That includes a huge Week 1 win last season.
Buffalo also won the last meeting between the two teams in western New York:
In the last matchup at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Nov. 13, 2005, the Bills won 14-3 behind two TD passes from QB J.P. Losman to WR Lee Evans. Losman entered the game for an injured QB Kelly Holcomb and passed for 137 yards and two TDs for a 124.2 rating.
The Bills have a 6-13-1 advantage all-time when playing in Buffalo against the Chiefs. Both teams looked bad to start off the season, with the Bills falling to the Jets and the Chiefs losing to the Falcons in Week 1 play.
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