The Kansas City Chiefs finally ended the Bills' shutout on Sunday when Ryan Succop connected on a 33-yard field goal mid-way through the third quarter. The second half started with three straight three-and-outs, but the Chiefs took advantage of solid field position and put together a seven play, 23-yard drive to set up Succop.
Unfortunately for the Chiefs, the Bills would respond, and in a big way. Buffalo added two more touchdowns to effectively put the game away in the third quarter. Ryan Fitzpatrick continued his big day when he hit tight end Scott Chandler on a designed roll out to the right. Chandler was moving with Fitzpatrick and easily brought it in, turning up the right sideline for a 43-yard gain and crossing midfield. Two plays later, Fitzpatrick hit Stevie Johnson on a slant in the middle of the field. The speedy wideout gashed up the center of the Chiefs secondary and took it in for a 41-yard score.
The Chiefs woes extended to special teams on their next possession when Leodis McKelvin returned a Dustin Colquitt punt 88 yards for yet another touchdown. Kansas City trails 35-3 at the end of the third quarter.
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