Two second-half defensive touchdowns helped the Kansas City Chiefs escape Buffalo with a 23-13 and further secured the NFL’s lone remaining undefeated record.
Leading 10-3 at the half, Buffalo drove all the way down to the KC goal line, where Sean Smith picked off Jeff Tuel for a 100-yard interception return to tie the score.
After the teams exchanged field goals, Marcus Cooper jarred the ball loose from T.J. Graham and Tamba Hali scooped and scored from 11 yards out.
Jamaal Charles ran for 90 yards, and Alex Smith threw for 124 yards for a Kansas City offense that managed just three field goals.
KC has its showdown with Denver following a bye week on November 17th, the first of two meetings with the Broncos in three weeks.