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6-5, 2nd in AFC West
NFL Power Rankings: Watch out for the AFC South (1:24)
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3hAaron Schatz

Schatz: Projecting the NFL playoff picture

It's not Denver, New England or Cincinnati. No, the AFC's hottest team is Kansas City. They're now in the picture; Aaron Schatz projects the NFL playoffs.

Chiefs get win but suffer injuries (1:19)
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The birds that flew the coop

Chip Kelly's Eagles could have used the services of DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin and LeSean McCoy this weekend. All three former Eagles had big games for their respective teams.

Give the Chiefs O-line their due

Kansas City has had three different running backs score at least 15 fantasy points in a start this season, making the Chiefs only the sixth team to accomplish that feat in the past five seasons. Fantasy fallout

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2dEric Karabell

Four downs: Chiefs can swing fantasy playoffs

Alex Smith is playing like a top-10 fantasy quarterback, his weapons are producing and Kansas City's schedule couldn't be easier for the stretch run.

Will K.C. cruise into the postseason?

The Chiefs continued to roll, posting their fifth straight win Sunday at home against fellow AFC wild-card contender Buffalo. Equipped with a cotton-soft schedule the rest of the way, Kansas City is in prime position to lock up a postseason bid. Playoff picture

Spencer Ware comes up big

At this point, it's clear that you should start whoever is expected to be the Chiefs' No. 1 running back. Charcandrick West missed the game with an injury, but Ware filled in admirably in his first NFL start (19 carries, 114 yards and a touchdown). His 17 points came on the heels of a 21-point effort last week. Fantasy winners

Justin Houston goes down

Houston left the game after getting cut down by teammate Ron Parker with 4:08 left in the first quarter. Coach Andy Reid said after the game that Houston has a sprained knee. The All-Pro entered the week fourth in the NFL with 7.5 sacks. He led the NFL with 22 sacks last season. Big injuries

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2dMike Rodak

Rex questions lack of replays at Arrowhead

Bills coach Rex Ryan wondered aloud why there were not as many replays as usual on controversial calls shown Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.

Chiefs depth at running back is paying off (2:09)
Reid: 'We've got a lot of room to improve' (0:41)
Wide receivers get the game balls for Chiefs, Bills (1:15)

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

With Spencer Ware rushing for 114 yards for the Chiefs in their win over the Bills, Kansas City has now had three different players run for more than 100 yards in a game this season. The last time that happened was 2004, when Larry Johnson, Priest Holmes and Derrick Blaylock did it.

Jeremy Maclin comes up big

He had a 41-yard touchdown catch and another 37-yarder that set up a score. He had his third game this season with at least 140 receiving yards, finishing with nine catches for 160 yards. Game balls

Chiefs beat Bills for fifth straight win (1:02)

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs CB Sean Smith shut out Buffalo WR in the second half after Watkins caught six passes for 158 yards and two TDs in the first two quarters. "He fixed the problem," coach Andy Reid said of Smith in the second half.

Maclin on turnaround: I got back to the basics (0:44)

Team Stats

Passing Yards227.0Tied-24th
Rushing Yards124.36th
Points For26.1Tied-5th
Points Against20.07th

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