Some thoughts about the Buffalo Bills' 13-10 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
What it means: Heartbreak again. For the second straight week, the Bills hung tough with a team many expected to annihilate them and went into overtime before losing by a field goal. The Bills are 0-7.
Then the Bills had the ball on the Chiefs' 41-yard line with 32 seconds left in regulation. Eric Berry intercepted at the 27. In overtime, Fitzpatrick was flagged for intentional grounding on a third-down play from the Chiefs' 42-yard line, forcing a punt rather than a possible field goal.
What's next: The Bills play their annual "home game" in Toronto in Week 9. The Chicago Bears will be their opponent.