Halftime Recap: Chiefs Trail Bills, 16-14, Through Two Quarters of Play

Chiefs Draw Close Behind 14 Second Quarter Points

Quarterback Tyrod Taylor is 14 for 26 with 236 yards passing and 2 touchdowns as the Buffalo Bills lead the Kansas City Chiefs, 16-14, at halftime from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.

The Bills jumped out to an early 10-0 lead in the first quarter. After a 27-yard field goal by kicker Dan Carpenter to start the scoring, Taylor hit Sammy Watkins for his fourth touchdown of the season.

The Chiefs responded with a 3-yard touchdown rush by Spencer Ware in the second quarter.

Taylor hit Watkins again for a 21-yard touchdown. A missed extra point made it 16-7 Bills.

The Chiefs drew closer before the end of the half when QB Alex Smith hit wide receiver Jeremy Maclin for a 41-yard touchdown pass.

Watkins finished the half with 6 receptions for 158 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns. Maclin has 4 receptions for 99 yards receiving and a touchdown.

Linebacker Justin Houston left the game in the first quarter with a knee injury and is questionable to return. Offensive lineman Jeff Allen is questionable to return with an ankle injury he suffered in the second quarter. OL Eric Fisher left the game with a neck injury late in the second quarter and is also questionable to return.

Photos from the Chiefs Week 12 matchup against the Bills

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