Created: October 15, 2020 12:07 AM
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) — It was a terrible, horrible, no-good very-bad day for the Buffalo Bills in Tennessee on Tuesday.
But this story doesn't read like a children's book, this is real life in the NFL and when they turn the page, they have to deal with the defending Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs.
The Buffalo Bills are on a short week and the Chiefs are also coming off of their first loss of the season.
But, we'll try and look for a silver lining and when it comes to the Bills, there's plenty to fix based off on Tuesday's game
They had a season-high of 10 penalties that's on top of the 42 points that they allowed, which is the most given up by the Bills since week one of the 2018 season.
On Wednesday, Coach Sean McDermott said that there's a benefit of a loss like that because it's easy to identify what needs to get better for the Bills.
"We have a game that was uncharacteristic of ourselves but at the same time certainly things underneath that we need to get fixed. We have to pay attention to those things and continue to improve and make the adjustments we need to make," said McDermott. "We had 10 total penalties and nine of which were pre-snap. That's unacceptable, it's something we talk about all the time. I can handle aggressive penalties, but I can't handle lack of discipline penalties."
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