We can’t lose three out of four [games], or three out of five. It’s a critical situation for us – especially where we’re trying to be in the next few weeks,” Jones said. “We have to correct the errors, and we have to correct [them] fas
A loss in Week 14 would have major implications for the Chiefs when it comes to the playoffs. If the Chiefs win and improve their record to 9-4, that would put them one game closer to the No. 1 seeded Miami Dolphins (9-3) and the No. 2 seeded Baltimore Ravens (9-3).
Losing to the Bills would knock Kansas City’s record down to 8-5 on the season and open up the potential for the resurgent Denver Broncos (6-6) to gain ground in the AFC West race. A loss would be the Chiefs’ third of their last four games and fourth of their last six.
Speaking to the media on December 6, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid spoke about the Bills, who are currently sporting a 6-6 record and are the 11th seed in the AFC after losing three of their last four games.
“Their numbers are really good offensively, and defensively in certain areas very good,” Reid said. “They’ve been a little bit up and down, and they’re working through that, but they’re a talented football team and a good football team, one we respect and that we’ve got to make sure we take care of business this week in practice to get ready for them.”
The Bills are in desperation mode heading into their matchup against the Chiefs, as the team must win the remainder of their regular season games if they want a chance to make the playoffs. CBS Sports gives them a 17% chance of making the postseason.