Sunday Night DFS Single Game Breakdown: Bills at Chiefs

Oct 09, 2021
Sunday Night DFS Single Game Breakdown: Bills at Chiefs

A rematch of the AFC Championship game between two of the best teams in football, the Chiefs got the best of the Bills in both matchups last year, but this is a much different matchup. For starters, the Bills have yet to allow a 20+ yard throw to be completed, and the Chiefs defense is giving up nine more points a game than last year. As great as this Bills defense has been, they haven't exactly faced offenses that are known to be high-powered, and this will be the matchup that could deem them the best in the NFL.

The offenses are still as high-powered as ever; both teams are tied for second in points per game. Josh Allen hasn't come out and played at the same level as last year, but it hasn't exactly been needed in any game they have played. Playing from ahead so often has kept the Bills splits to 54% pass and 46% run. The Chiefs had a losing record through three weeks, and the only blame for the offense is the turnovers. They have turnovers on 19% of drives; that was only 9% last year, and they will need to take care of the ball in this one.

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More Single-Game Breakdowns: Yahoo!


Be sure to check out the weather page for more updates, but this game has an 85% chance of precipitation which could cause some drops and fumbles.

Vegas Lines

Over/Under: 56.5

Bills Implied Total: 26.75

Chiefs Implied Total: 29.75

As expected, there is supposed to be a lot of scoring in this one, and the Chiefs will not ever be at home underdogs with this roster. There's enough scoring on both sides to get exposure and build a balanced lineup.

Buffalo Bills

Passing Offense

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