ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.-While mistakes on the offensive end of the ball ultimately killed the Buffalo Bills, their defense had one of its best performances so far this year.
Buffalo held Kansas City to just 210 total yards offense, their lowest total of the year, and Chiefs QB Alex Smith threw for 124 yards, his season low.
For Buffalo's defensive players those numbers mean nothing without the win.
"We've got to capitalize better, defensively and offensively. But at the end of the day, we've got to win. And that's all that matters, "said DE Mario Williams.
"It's a team. Somebody go down on offense, somebody got to step up. Somebody go down on defense, somebody got to step up. We just got to learn how to play with each other and go from there," said CB Stephon Gilmore.