Battle of AFC Heavyweights: Chiefs vs. Bills Tickets & Matchup Info
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Are the Buffalo Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs Rivals?
Yes, the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs have an inter-conference rivalry within the National Football League. Since the Bills and Chiefs do not play in the same division, they only play once in the regular season every three years. However, due to their recent runs of dominance, and perennial MVP candidates at the quarterback position, the Bills and Chiefs frequently play in the playoffs.
Who are the Buffalo Bills’ Biggest Rivals?
The Buffalo Bills’ biggest rivals are their divisional foes in the AFC East: the Miami Dolphins, the New England Patriots and the New York Jets. Outside the AFC East, the Bills have rivalries with the Kansas City Chiefs, the Tennessee Titans, the Jacksonville Jaguars, and the New York Giants.
Who are the Kansas City Chiefs’ Biggest Rivals?
The Kansas City Chiefs’ biggest rivals are their counterparts in the AFC East: the Denver Broncos, the Las Vegas Raiders and the Los Angeles Chargers. Outside their division, the Chiefs have rivalries with the Buffalo Bills, the Los Angeles Rams, the New England Patriots, and the Indianapolis Colts.
Game Results Between the Chiefs & Bills
Between 1960 and 2022, the Chiefs and the Bills have played 53 times, with Buffalo leading the head-to-head series 28-24-1. The Bills and the Chiefs have also squared off five times in postseason play: the 1966 AFL Championship game, two AFC Divisional playoff games (1991 and 2022) and two AFC Championship games (1993 and 2021). For those five games, the Chiefs are 3-2, including two straight wins.
|Date||Home Team||Away Team||Location||Winner||Score|
|10/16/2022||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Buffalo||24-20|
|01/23/2022||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Kansas City||42-36|
|10/10/2021||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Buffalo||38-20|
|01/24/2021||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Kansas City||38-24|
|10/19/2020||Bills||Chiefs||Highmark Stadium||Kansas City||26-17|
|11/26/2017||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Buffalo||16-10|
|11/29/2015||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Kansas City||30-22|
|11/09/2014||Bills||Chiefs||Highmark Stadium||Kansas City||17-13|
|11/03/2013||Bills||Chiefs||Highmark Stadium||Kansas City||23-13|
|09/11/2011||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Buffalo||41-7|
|10/31/2010||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Kansas City||13-10|
|12/13/2009||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Buffalo||16-10|
|11/23/2008||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Buffalo||54-31|
|10/26/2003||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Kansas City||38-5|
|11/17/2002||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Kansas City||17-16|
|11/19/2000||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Buffalo||21-17|
|09/14/1997||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Kansas City||22-16|
|11/28/1993||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Kansas City||23-7|
|10/07/1991||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Kansas City||33-6|
|11/30/1986||Chiefs||Bills||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium||Buffalo||17-14|
|09/28/1986||Bills||Chiefs||Highmark Stadium||Kansas City||20-17|
Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs History
Despite being in different divisions within the AFC, the Chiefs and Bills have played five times between October 2020 and 2022, with Kansas City winning three games against Buffalo, including both postseason games.
In the 2020 AFC Championship game, Kansas City came from a nine point deficit in the first quarter to score 21 straight points and come out on top, 38-24. The 2021 AFC Divisional playoff game is one of the most notable playoff games in recent NFL history. The game featured four lead changes in the final two minutes, and included 25 points scored. It is simply referred to as “13 Seconds” because of the Chiefs’ miraculous come from behind final drive. It was also the first game in the Super Bowl era to feature two quarterbacks with more than 300 passing yards, 3 or more pass TDs, 0 INT and more than 60 rush yards. Bills quarterback Josh Allen scored the go-ahead touchdown to Gabe Davis with 13 seconds remaining (marking Davis’ fourth receiving touchdown, an NFL postseason record).
However, Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs drove 44 yards on three plays to score a game-tying field goal as time expired. The Chiefs then marched down the field in overtime to score the game-winning touchdown to advance to the championship game.
Where Do the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills Play?
The Chiefs have called GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri their home since August 1972. The fans at Arrowhead are potentially the loudest in the NFL, and the home-field advantage they create has been called the best in professional sports. The stadium took roughly four years to build and cost an estimated $43 million.
The Buffalo Bills play at Highmark Stadium in downtown Buffalo, New York. Formerly called Ralph Wilson Stadium, and known commonly as “The Ralph” even to this day, the Bills have a distinct home field advantage as well, but for entirely different reasons. Because the NFL playoffs are in December, January and February, the Bills have hosted a number of dramatic snow and ice games at Highmark Stadium through the years, and it never deters the Bills Mafia. Buffalo pours 71,608 fans into the stadium year-round regardless of the weather.
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