Baltimore Sun

This time, defense difference for Bills

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In putting the finishing touches on the Bills’ most resonating win of the season, cornerback Tre’Davious White made his way to the sideline after recovering Patrick Mahomes’ fumble with a message to the few Chiefs fans who remained. “Bye-bye,” White, left, said, waving his hand. In the pouring rain at Arrowhead Stadium, White and the Bills enjoyed a cleansing moment in closing out a 38-20 victory in the early hours of Monday morning. Over a thundersto­rm-delayed outing, the Bills offense and defense were lights out in vanquishin­g the one opponent who stood in their way of reaching the Super Bowl last season. The 38 points matched the Chiefs’ output in a 38-24 win over the Bills in the AFC championsh­ip game in January. Josh Allen’s 315 yards passing and three touchdowns mirrored Mahomes’ 325-yard, three-TD outing the last time they met. And this time, the Bills defense flexed its muscles by forcing four takeaways after wilting in two losses to the Chiefs last season, including a 26-17 decision in October. The Bills improved to 4-1, while the Chiefs fell to 2-3.

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