ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.- A pair of big plays by Buffalo's offense have given the Bills a surprise lead over the Kansas City Chiefs 10-3.
WR Marquise Goodwin showed off his speed late in the first quarter, burning his defender on a 59 yard TD pass from QB Jeff Tuel.
Late in the second quarter C.J. Spiller found a hole in the Kansas City defense for a 29 yard run that helped set up a Dan Carpenter 26 field goal.
Buffalo's defense has also had a strong day so far, limiting the Chiefs to 115 yards total offense in the first half. Coming into today the Chiefs are averaging 331 yards of total offense per game.