The Kansas City Chiefs might find themselves as the first team with a mark in the loss column if they are unable to overcome the Buffalo Bills' 41-7 lead. The Chiefs were losing, 20-7, at halftime and have been unable to find any offense. Playing mostly out of a no huddle offense during their first two possessions of the second half, the Chiefs picked up a first down on Matt Cassel's first pass, but failed to move the chains on that drive and in the next one.
Buffalo quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick added two more touchdown passes and now has four for the game. He found Scott Chandler on an 11-yard pass, the tight end's second touchdown of the game, with less than five minutes left in the quarter. Then with about three minutes left in the quarter, Fitzpatrick led another drive down the field that resulted in four-yard touchdown pass to Donald Jones.
Cassel followed that Bills touchdown play by throwing an interception. On the ensuing Buffalo drive, C.J. Spiller found his way into the end zone on a nine-yard run.