The Kansas City Chiefs are the lone undefeated team left standing through the first half of the 2013 season. While the Chiefs were the worst team in the league last season, they had six Pro Bowlers and an abundance of talent, which is why their perfect start comes as no surprise. All they were missing was a competent quarterback and a head coach who knows how to win. Kansas City got exactly that this offseason when the franchise was able to bring in veteran quarterback Alex Smith and head coach Andy Reid. Smith has done a fantastic job of making the right reads and not turning the ball over. The Chiefs can now beat you with old school football, defense and a good running game.
When Kansas City travels to Buffalo they will take on a team crippled by injuries. The Bills have been relegated to their backup quarterback, Thaddeus Lewis. The lone bright spot for Buffalo this season has been their running game with Fred Jackson and CJ Spiller, which currently ranks seventh in the league.
Buffalo tickets for home games this year have been averaging $118, ranking 25th in the TiqIQ Power Rankings for most expensive ticket prices. For the matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs, tickets are the second lowest of the season, averaging $106 per seat and a low of $44.
The cheap ticket prices can be attributed to the disparity between the two teams. While Kansas City has rolled along to the league’s best record, Buffalo sits at a very mediocre 3-4 and in fourth place in their own division. If you’re looking to get to a game in Buffalo, this is an affordable match-up to take in.