The Buffalo Bills' defense is back.
The Bills held Kansas City to just 55 rushing yards and 236 total yards in scoring a surprising 16-10 victory Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.
Tre'Davious White's interception with 1:11 left sealed the victory.
Let's call the play of the game a key fourth-quarter stop on third-and-2 from the Kansas City 46 with 13:35 left.
The Chiefs tried some tricks, lining up with four men in the backfield. Tight end Travis Kelce took the snap (quarterback Alex Smith was lined up behind him). Kelce handed off to speedy Tyreek Hill on a sweep to the left.
But Bills linebacker Matt Milano was not fooled. He shot through the gap at left tackle to slow down Hill. Safety Micah Hyde stood up running back Kareem Hunt, trying to make a lead block. Shaq Lawson cleaned up the tackle.
The Chiefs were forced to punt, squandering great field position.
That was the story of the game. Hill was at the center of White's interception. It was a mix-up. He broke in on a third-and-8 pass from the Buffalo 36. Smith threw to the outside, where White made the catch.