Kansas City was able to sneak-out a late victory on the road over the (rival?) Buffalo Bills by a final score of 17-13. Thanks to some sensational defensive plays by Safety-turned-Corner-turned-Safety-turned Corner again Ronald F. Parker. Whether it was stripping Bryce Brown to prevent what would have been the first rushing TD by a Chiefs opponent this year or his three-straight pass deflections on the Bills final offensive effort, Parker was absolutely integral for the defense today.
Andy Reid and Alex Smith saved their best for last, pulling-even late in the game and going ahead with just minutes remaining. Dwayne Bowe carried the offense, Jamaal Charles exploded for 41-yard TD on 4th and 1 and Albert Wilson played a huge role on Special Teams after Cyrus Gray went down. The Chiefs improved to 6-3 and will face the reigning Super Bowl Champion Seahawks at Arrowhead next Sunday.