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Buffalo Bills News - October 27, 2003

Marker In a rout, there's no doubt about KC's top-dog status [4:49 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'The Bills, meanwhile, wasted great starting field position in the first half. They started each of their seven possessions outside of their 30 but managed only a 20-yard Rian Lindell field goal.'

Marker Chiefs find it’s better to receive [4:48 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: '“We knew that Bledsoe is the type of guy that will turn the ball over if pressured,” lineman Eric Hicks said. “That’s exactly what he did tonight.”'

Marker Hall still gets his kicks [4:46 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: '“Whatever my role is, whether it's returning kicks, playing wide out, I just want to be able to contribute,” Hall said.'

Marker Bills were folded [4:45 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: '“They came with some real exotic blitzes, but we were able to pick them up and give Trent time to get the ball downfield,” offensive tackle John Tait said. “Our receivers like to run double moves and get upfield, so it was our job to let those plays develop.”'

Marker All Holmes cares about is winning [4:44 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'Hall sprinted 67 yards for a touchdown. And it was electrifying. Suddenly, it was Mardi Gras at Arrowhead Stadium. Fans were freaking out. Everybody waved signs.'

Marker Chiefs leave little doubt that they're the NFL's best [4:43 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'Things got so ugly in the second half and Buffalo coach Gregg Williams made so many weird decisions that you could easily make the mistake of thinking Kansas City's dominance was a product of Buffalo's ineptitude.'

Marker Hunt watches in hospital [4:42 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: '“He knew the hospital didn't have a satellite,” said Hunt's son, Clark, “so he had to have the surgery when there were two national games, so he wouldn't miss them.”'

Marker Loud and proud [4:41 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'The Kansas City Star brought a hand-held sound-level meter to Sunday's contest. The opening kickoff sent the needle past 108 decibels at front-row level near one end zone, similar to the volume of a rock concert. Halfway up Section 116, cheers for the Chiefs' first touchdown — a 67-yard pass play to Dante Hall — reached 117 decibels with celebratory music piped in. Fireworks made the meter peak out: 126 decibels.'

Marker Game report [4:40 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'Perhaps Williams meant that Holmes wouldn’t get 50 yards in a quarter.'

Marker The drives [4:39 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'Despite a 23-point lead, the Chiefs kept Green in the game and he took some punishment.'

Marker ESPN crew has a long, but fun, game day in KC [4:38 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'On the air, the antics between Theismann and Maguire may seem a bit contrived. “No, we don't plan anything like that,” Theismann said. “It just happens. I don't think of it as bickering. We're just like a couple of guys sitting in a living room or sitting in a bar, and…”.'

Marker Great eight [4:32 AM]
Topeka Capital Journal reports: 'Buffalo's best chance to make a game of it failed when Josh Reed fumbled at the Chiefs 32 on a hit by Mike Maslowski. Dexter McCleon recovered the first of seven Bills turnovers, and his return to the Chiefs 45 set up a 55-yard drive capped by Holmes' second TD, a 13-yard run behind Tony Richardson.'

Marker Just for kicks [4:31 AM]
Topeka Capital Journal reports: 'But Moorman doesn't play on defense, and consequently couldn't do anything to stop Hall in the Chiefs offense.'

Marker Chiefs get rout they needed [4:30 AM]
Topeka Capital Journal reports: 'Here's the list of complaints from Sunday night:
1. Punt blocked for safety.
That's it.'

Marker Chiefs notebook [4:29 AM]
Topeka Capital Journal reports: 'Kansas City ran its NFL-best takeaway count to 27 by having their greatest takeaway game since getting seven in a 1986 win over the Raiders.'

Marker Kansas City posts the first 8-0 start in the NFL since 1988 with an easy win over Buffalo [4:28 AM]
Wichita Eagle reports: 'The second half was only a side-show to see how badly Kansas City could humiliate the Bills.'

Marker Health problems keep Hunt away from Chiefs [4:27 AM]
Wichita Eagle reports: 'The Chiefs had five interceptions and forced two fumbles. Cornerback Dexter McCleon recovered a fumble and had an interception, while cornerback Eric Warfield had two picks. He also forced a fumble.'

Marker Moorman holds Hall in check in Bills loss [4:26 AM]
Pittsburg Morning Sun reports: 'But Moorman, a free safety while at Sedgwick High School, wasn't able to register any tackles on Hall. And rarely did anyone on the Bills defense. Hall, who doubles as a wide receiver, hauled in four catches for 107 yards and a touchdown for the game. He was just one aspect of a Kansas City offense, which tallied 375 yards of total offense.'

Marker Kansas City dominates Buffalo throughout, hits halfway point with 8-0 record [4:25 AM]
St. Joseph News Press reports: '“It was the most complete game offense, defense and special teams wise,” Chiefs defensive end Eric Hicks said. “It feels great. I’ve been here a lot of years, and we haven’t been to the playoffs in the six years I’ve been here. Hopefully, we just keep chugging along.”'

Marker Green comes up with big block, sparkles in Chiefs win [4:24 AM]
St. Joseph News Press reports: 'The Chiefs quarterback laid out Buffalo cornerback Nate Clements to spring Priest Holmes for his third and final touchdown in Kansas City’s 38-5 victory on Sunday night.'

Marker House Calls [4:23 AM]
St. Joseph News Press reports: 'Warfield had perhaps his best game as a Chief. He intercepted two passes in the Chiefs’ 38-5 rout of the Bills on Sunday night at Arrowhead Stadium. He also had several bone-crunching hits in the game while recording five tackles.'

Marker Eight is not enough [4:22 AM]
St. Joseph News Press reports: 'Quarterback Trent Green said, while the numbers were nice, they weren’t enough. “We’ve had a great start,” Green said. “But we haven’t done anything yet.”'

Marker Chiefs stay undefeated with 38-5 thumping of Bills [4:21 AM]
USA Today reports: 'At that point, with 7:35 left in the half, the Chiefs had 200 total yards to just 72 for the Bills.'

Marker Kansas City 38, Buffalo 5 [4:21 AM]
AP reports: '``This feeling is indescribable,'' said Ryan Sims, the 315-pound tackle whose goal line pick thwarted the Bills' final touchdown threat. ``After playing all those close ones, we just figured what the heck, it's time to go out and get ourselves a laugher.'''

Marker Kansas City 38, Buffalo 5 [4:20 AM]
Sportsticker reports: 'Buffalo quarterback Drew Bledsoe was 23-of-34 for 153 yards. He fumbled and was intercepted three times before being replaced.'

Marker Moulds returns in Bills loss [4:19 AM]
The Sports Network reports: 'Buffalo Bills wide receiver Eric Moulds was back in the starting lineup Sunday night in Kansas City against the Chiefs after missing two games with an injured groin.'

Marker Bledsoe Leads His Team To Another Road Slaughter [4:18 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Many felt the only one that could screw up all the talent on this team is Gregg Williams. He has shown he can't coach bad players and he's now in the middle of showing us that on most Sunday's, he can't coach good players either. His team looked confused, unprepared and very unemotional.'

Marker The Dominating Chiefs [4:17 AM] reports: 'They just went out and played football and put together their most complete performance in a total domination of the Buffalo Bills, winning 38-5 in a game that was never in doubt.'

Marker Chiefs Stampede [4:16 AM] reports: 'The Chiefs defense played one of their most thorough games of the season keeping Buffalo out of the end zone and forcing seven turnovers; their most in a single game since ’86.'

Marker Quotes & Audio [4:15 AM] reports: '“First half I thought we were outstanding. Can’t play much better than we did."'

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