Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs
Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs will meet on Monday, October 19, for Week 6 of the 2020 NFL season at 2:30 AM (IST) at Bills Arena in New York. Here, you’ll discover everything to think about this energizing Monday Night Football match-up, for example, the match data, storylines, expectations, chances, and how to watch the game
Date: Monday, October 12, 2020
Time: 4:00 PM (CT), 5:00 PM (ET), 2:00 PM (PT), 2:30AM (IST)
Location: Bills Stadium, New York
Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs: Storylines
Josh Allen gloats about having the most grounded arm in the NFL, considerably more grounded than Patrick Mahomes, and maybe there will be no preferred stage to demonstrate it over his own turf when he has the Chiefs.
The Bills were uncovered and couldn’t execute during their last game versus the Tennessee Titans and confronting the supreme Super Bowl champions will be a daunting task on the off chance that they hope to bob back. The Chiefs, then again, had the option to score only 8 focuses in last Sunday’s extreme misfortune to the Las Vegas Raiders, so they basically chose to add Le’Veon Bell to an effectively frightening and profound program.
All things being equal, it seems like the Chiefs could utilize more assistance with all due respect instead of their offense, as their option has been very permeable and they’re permitting a lot of yards both on the ground and the air.
The Bills are in second position in the NFL this season with 84 rushes. Here’s another detail that may be disturbing for Bills fans: Buffalo positions 25th in the NFL with regards to permitting scores as 48 % of all drives against the Bills safeguard are finishing off with focuses this season. Against the Chiefs, the Bills must power them into field objectives, regardless of whether their offense sets up focuses.
Bills security Micah Hyde played four seasons in Green Bay with Aaron Rodgers and looked as he had the option to get enchantment going when the light broke. At the point when he watches Mahomes he sees similar capacity to expand plays and make astonishing tosses.
Previous Bills recipient Sammy Watkins is managing a hamstring injury and won’t be accessible in the game. That implies quick recipient Mecole Hardman will get the beginning and should introduce issues for the Bills’ auxiliary alongside no. 1 beneficiary Tyreek Hill and tight end Travis Kelce.
Securing Mahomes could be an issue for the Chiefs, who have been constrained into the third emphasis of their beginning hostile line this season. Watchmen Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and Lucas Niang quit before the instructional course and left watchman Kelechi Osemele left a week ago’s down with torn ligaments in both of his knees. Kansas City has given the task to swing tackle Mike Remmers. Right watchman Mitchell Schwartz has been managing a back physical issue and is sketchy.
All the injury misfortunes on the Chief’s o-line could mean a creation spike is coming up for Bills guarded tackle Ed Oliver. The second-year three-procedure should be a pass-surging power in the center for Buffalo’s d-line, however, he’s just produced six QB pressures in five games. He had three in the opener against the New York Jets and from that point forward has been managing a knee injury. He had no weights against the Raiders or the Titans.
Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs: Predictions and Odds
It seems like oddsmakers expect the Kansas City Chiefs to get a close win in this potential shootout, as they enter this game as 4-point favorites, while the game total is projected at 57.5 points.
|Handicap||Chiefs -3.5||Chiefs -4|
|Game Total||o/u 57.5||o/u 57.5|