Kansas City Chiefs-Buffalo Bills prediction: How (and why) AFC’s best teams diverged

Kickoff: 3:25 p.m. Central time Sunday

Where: GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri

TV:CBS (Ch.5) in Kansas City Radio: WDAF (106.5 FM) in Kansas City

Jesse Newell’s prediction It’s difficult to over-hype this one.

According to betting markets, the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs are the best two teams in the NFL.

Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen, meanwhile, are widely considered the best two quarterbacks.

Kickoff: 3:25 p.m. Central time Sunday

There’s history to consider as well. The Bills’ are tired of hearing about “13 seconds” and also seem sick of chasing the Chiefs,

which led to them splurging on win-now moves this offseason (like signing edge rusher Von Miller).

KC remains in the game at the top of the AFC while taking a different path, though, trading receiver Tyreek Hill in the spring with an eye toward long-term success with Mahomes.

Some good news for the Chiefs is they’re likely to be healthier this game.

 Though linebacker Willie Gay’s suspension remains, it appears right guard Trey Smith

and kicker Harrison Butker will be back from injuries. In addition, there’s a chance that first-round cornerback Trent McDuffie also will return off IR.

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