When my dog Fluffy isn’t begging for food or staying cute around the house, he’s planning football games. He is also very good at it. His method is quite simple. We put a bowl of food in front of each team helmet and the one they eat is the one they think will win. This week is the second round of the AFC playoffs between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills.
The game takes place Sunday night at 6:30 p.m. at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. The Chiefs are favored to win the match by 2 with an over/under set at 54.5.
Kansas City qualified for this round by eliminating the Pittsburg Steelers 42-21 in the wildcard round while Buffalo arrives at Arrowhead after wiping out the New England Patriots 47-7
The Buffalo Bills lead the Lifetime series against Kansas City 25-21-1. Kansas City head coach Andy Reid is 6-3 against the Bills. His year, Kansas City is 10-9-0 ATS while Buffalo has 9 ATS in 17 games.
The Bills beat the Chiefs 38-20 on October 10, 2021, but the Chiefs beat the Bills 38-24 on January 24 to qualify for the Super Bowl.
So this game could be considered a grudge match. It could also be considered the best of the weekend, especially since it will air in prime time on Sunday night.
Who will Fluffy choose? Watch the video.
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