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Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes explain how Chiefs offense changed vs. Bills – Arrowhead Pride

Things were more than a little different in the 26-17 victory over the Buffalo Bills.



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You know it and we know it: the Kansas City Chiefs depend on passing plays.
Through the first five weeks of the season, Kansas City passed the ball on 60% of their offensive snaps. But things changed on Monday against the Buffalo Bills. For the first time all season, the Chiefs not only ran the ball significantly more than they passed it, they also more than reversed their season average, running the ball on 63% of their offensive plays.
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