Chiefs Fall to Bills, 16-10, on Sunday

Kansas City had a chance late, but dropped a close one to Buffalo

The Kansas City Chiefs fell to the Buffalo Bills, 16-10, in a close one at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Kansas City had a chance late, taking over on offense at its own 14-yard line with just over two minutes to play and down six points, but quarterback Alex Smith's pass was picked off by the Bills' Tre'Davious White, effectively ending the game.

Smith completed 23 of 36 passes for 199 yards and a touchdown in the game, finding wide receiver Albert Wilson for a 19-yard score early in the third quarter.

The touchdown pulled Kansas City within six points, but the Chiefs were held out of the endzone the rest of the way.

Kicker Harrison Butker connected on his only field goal attempt of the afternoon, setting a franchise record with a 23rd consecutive made kick.

Linebacker Reggie Ragland, who the Chiefs acquired from the Bills prior to the season, tallied a team-leading nine tackles (8.0 solo) and three tackles for loss.

Kansas City's defense notched two sacks and nine tackles for loss as a whole.

The Chiefs will be back in action next week as they travel to New York to take on the Jets.

Photos from the Chiefs Week 12 matchup against the Bills

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