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The Buffalo Bills are young with some noticeable flaws and are dealing with an injury to their rookie first-round quarterback EJ Manuel, but they've been surprisingly competitive thus far in 2013.
Mike Pettine has amped up the pressure on defense, and it's paid dividends after an abysmal season in 2012 under Dave Wannstedt.
After Week 7's action, Buffalo is fourth in the NFL with 23 sacks. The Bills are led by Mario Williams, who has 10 quarterback takedowns.
Though Manuel likely won't play in this one against the Chiefs—former practice squad player Thad Lewis should be the starter—the Bills are relatively healthy after beginning the year with an injury-ravaged secondary.
This game could be similar to the Chiefs' outing against the Browns. Chances are, neither team will light up the scoreboard offensively, and the defensive lines will dominate.
The fact that this contest is on the road will make it a bit more difficult for Kansas City.
Chances of victory: 65%