All you can do is shake your head when you look at the final stats following the Buffalo Bills 23-13 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. On paper, the Bills dominated the Chiefs, but the game is played on the field, and this one was won on turnovers. The Chiefs scored 17 points off of three Bills turnovers, and that alone was enough.

Total yards: Bills with 470, the Chiefs with 210. The Bills with 77 offensive plays to the Chiefs 54. Rushing yards: the Bills with 229 to 95 for the Chiefs. Those are the kind of numbers that winning teams have. Not this time.

Just when the Bills looked like they were ready to put a stranglehold on the game early in the second half, the Chiefs tied it with a 100-yard interception return for a touchdown. Then, early in the fourth quarter, TJ Graham fumbled deep in Buffalo territory, and the Chiefs returned it for another touchdown. Game over.

Rookie Jeff Tuel starting his first NFL game took the blame for the interception at the goal line.

Coach Doug Marrone seemed to be especially frustrated after this game.

What will his response be?

The Bills are on the road at Pittsburgh next week.