Bills’ Frazier spots key difference with Chiefs as rematch nears

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — An AFC playoff rematch is in store when the Bills head to Kansas City to face the Chiefs on Sunday, this time in the divisional round.

They beat KC back in Week 5 but Sean McDermott’s squad will be preparing for a different team than the one they saw at that point.

Buffalo is going to be tasked with scoring against a unit that has held opponents to under 20 points eight times since that game, the fewest in the NFL since their last matchup.

That’s also how many times they scored more than the 20 points they were limited to in that Sunday night game. As a result, they entered the postseason with the fourth-best offense in the league, scoring more than 28 points a game.

Leslie Frazier notices a few things they have fixed.

"They’re not giving away the football like they were earlier in the season," Frazier said. "That really comes to mind. Their defense is doing a great job of taking the ball away which is assisting them from an offensive standpoint. I think the combination of the offense taking care of the football and the way their defense has come on, they really have become more of a complete team and then presents problems for opponents. We got to find ways to take the ball away. They’re doing a pretty good job of not giving it away."

Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m from Arrowhead Stadium.