National reactions: Bills shine over Chiefs on SNF, now being called NFL’s best team

The Buffalo Bills have been the focus of national attention for several weeks.

Whooping the Kansas City Chiefs at prime-time on Sunday Night Football?

The Bills (4-1), sure got people talking from coast to coast in Week 5.

Here are some of the top national media reactions from Buffalo’s 38-20 win over Kansas City on Sunday Night Football:

Dan Orlovsky. ESPN

Said this since week 1, and was only reinforced last night

The @BuffaloBills are the best team in football

— Dan Orlovsky (@danorlovsky7) October 11, 2021

Tim and Friends. Sportsnet

Josh Allen is able to do it all. #Bills #Chiefs

— Tim and Friends (@timandfriends) October 11, 2021

Bleacher Report

Josh Allen and Bills Mafia crush the Chiefs, 38-20@brgridiron

— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) October 11, 2021

Nick Wright First Things First

Saving my full thoughts on this utter debacle for @FTFonFS1 in the morning, if I can stomach it.

But the short version of the story is that the Chiefs were kicked by the Bills.

Just thinking of having to look at @Chris_Broussard & @kevinwildes smirks is making me sick.

— nick wright (@getnickwright) October 11, 2021

Seth Walder, ESPN

The Bills played Cover-2 (zone) on 30 of Mahomes’ 54 pass attempts tonight.

Ravens had a similar high rate of play when they faced the Chiefs in Week 2.

(ESPN / NFL Next Gen Stats)

— Seth Walder (@SethWalder) October 11, 2021

Shannon Sharpe, Undisputed

This is how bad things have gotten for Chiefs. They’ve got 10 men in the box and can’t stop the Bills from running. The Chiefs lost to the Bills at night. The Bills are legitimate and the Chiefs have serious problems on both sides. AFC may be headed through Buffalo.

— shannon sharpe (@ShannonSharpe) October 11, 2021

Albert Breer, MMQB

The officials decided to even out the horrible roughing passer calls… Bills 1, Chiefs 1.

— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) October 11, 2021

Colin Cowherd. FS1

Chiefs can be very inept defensively. To get pressure, you will need to blitz multiple people. Better bills. More physical. Less dependent on gimmicks. Have deeper roster.

— Colin Cowherd (@ColinCowherd) October 11, 2021

Ryan Clark, ESPN

The Bills challenged the Chiefs to lay ups, but they refused.

— Ryan Clark (@Realrclark25) October 11, 2021

PFT. Barstool Sports

If you can’t handle me at my Jets-Falcons Sunday morning football, you don’t derserve me at my Bills-Chiefs Monday morning football.

— Basic PFTweet (@PFTCommenter) October 11, 2021

Tony Dungy NBC Sports

Shoutouts to Buffalo Leslie Frazier. He said he would be patient with me and let his four front-line players control the game. There were no blitzes or disguised coverage to stop Chiefs deep passing game. It was a perfect execution by the Bills D.

— Tony Dungy (@TonyDungy) October 11, 2021

Chris Murphy Action Network

Interesting to see a lot of people crowning the Bills burying the Chiefs here in week 5…

— Chris Murphy (@CS_Murph) October 11, 2021

Bill Barnwell. ESPN

Daniel Sorensen makes a decision to play on the sideline as a mid-play juicebox. It costs the Chiefs.

— Bill Barnwell (@billbarnwell) October 11, 2021

Big Cat, Barstool Sports


— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) October 11, 2021

Will Brinson. CBS Sports

All in for Josh Allen forever. What a boss

— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) October 10, 2021

Warren Sharp, Sharp Football

Josh Allen: 7 completions for 219 yards

— Warren Sharp (@SharpFootball) October 11, 2021

Matthew Berry; ESPN

We’ve been saying this for weeks. Dawson Knox is real, and he’s amazing.

— Matthew Berry (@MatthewBerryTMR) October 11, 2021

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