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Chiefs Seek Revenge On Bills

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- <font size="3"><font style="font-size: 13px;">After getting beat up by Atlanta on Sunday, the Chiefs are shuffling off to Buffalo. </font></font>
KANSAS CITY, Mo--The Kansas City Chiefs will be out to prove something in their next game.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- After getting beat up by Atlanta on Sunday, the Chiefs are shuffling off to Buffalo.

Sunday it was a tale of two halves with the Chiefs playing well in the first half, but then mistakes and turnovers cost them in the second.

The Falcons took advantage and scored 40 points on K.C.

Last year the Bills did the same thing in Arrowhead, scoring 41 points and ending Eric Berry's season.

Make no mistake, the Chiefs remember.

"Everybody know and everybody seen it when Berry went down in game two with the chop block and everybody remember that so it's just trying to get ready for them," said Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles. "I believe in my teammates and we got great players on this team, we just gotta come together and put it together for next week. "

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