Top 5 Headlines 11/9: Chiefs vs. Bills Scouting Report

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1. Chiefs-Bills scouting report

By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star

"When the Chiefs run

EDGE >> Chiefs

The Chiefs have done a nice job of rotating their backs, as they've found a way to get star Jamaal Charles, backup Knile Davis and speedster De'Anthony Thomas involved. The Chiefs' patchwork offensive line has also been surprisingly capable against the run. They'll need to be this week against the Bills' stout front. Stud tackles Kyle Williams and Marcell Dareus team up with ends Jerry Hughes and Mario Williams to form one of the league's best run-stopping groups, along with linebackers Brandon Spikes, Nigel Bradham and Preston Brown."    READ MORE…

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2. Fallon's Josh Mauga overcomes injuries, proves he belongs in NFL

By Chris Murray - Reno Gazette-Journal

"Josh Mauga didn't want to believe it, but he knew his NFL career could be over.

The Fallon High and Nevada Wolf Pack alum had just been cut by the New York Jets. He had just had back surgery. He was back home in Reno. And his phone wasn't ringing with interest from other NFL teams. Injuries had dogged him for the past seven seasons and a thought entered his mind."    READ MORE…

3. Kansas City Chiefs activate Joe Mays off IR-recall

By Marc sessler - NFL.com

"The Kansas City Chiefs are welcoming Joe Mays back into the fold.

The team announced Saturday that the veteran linebacker has been activated off injured reserve-designated to return after missing all eight games this season to undergo wrist surgery."    READ MORE…

4. Chiefs WR Donnie Avery will not play Sunday vs. Bills

By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com

"No surprise, but injured Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Donnie Avery has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Bills in Buffalo. Avery, who had sports hernia surgery earlier in the season, returned to practice this week but did not work on Friday.

A.J. Jenkins will get another start in Avery's place against the Bills. "    READ MORE…

5. Bills seek chance to gain respect in facing Chiefs

By John Wawrow - Tulsa World

"Though not the gambling type, Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone can't avoid being reminded how often his team is the underdog.

Informed the Bills are not favored in their home game against the Kansas City Chiefs in a meeting of two 5-3 teams, Marrone smiled and said: "And (the line) is moving. It's going up, right?""    READ MORE…

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