Kansas City Chiefs Vs. Bills Pre-Game: EPIC Betting & High Stakes Exposed

A quick roundup of baller headlines before the game starts . . .

For those who haven't seen this report

The Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway reports that someone made a $80,000 bet on the Chiefs to win the game. If the bet comes through, the payout would be $176,000.

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Bettor places $80,000 on Chiefs to beat Buffalo

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) -- For the first time in his career, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is an underdog at Arrowhead Stadium. One individual is placing some major faith in the Chiefs to pull of the upset. The Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway reports that someone made a $80,000 bet on the Chiefs to win the game.

How to Watch Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills

The Kansas City Chiefs are off to a hot start, as their Week 5 thrilling win over the Las Vegas Raiders secured them a 4-1 record to begin the 2022 campaign. On Sunday afternoon, however, their biggest challenge of the season comes rolling into Arrowhead Stadium.

4 reasons why Bills vs. Chiefs is NFL's biggest game of 2022

The Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills are set to face off in Week 6 for what could be the game of the year in the 2022-23 NFL season. Both teams are 4-1. Both teams lead their divisions. Both teams are looking to avenge their overtime losses from last year's playoffs.

Chiefs-Bills Inactives: Harrison Butker, Trey Smith back in action

The Kansas City Chiefs have released their list of inactive players for Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills. As expected, cornerback Rashad Fenton (hamstring) and safety Bryan Cook (concussion) will not dress. Neither will defensive tackle Tershawn Wharton (knee) or cornerback Trent McDuffie (hamstring).

Chiefs-Bills game: A fans' guide to Arrowhead Stadium Sunday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - We could be looking at another AFC playoff preview as the Kansas City Chiefs are set to host the Buffalo Bills Sunday. The Chiefs beat the Bills in the divisional round last season, 42-36, winning the game in overtime after QB Patrick Mahomes only needed 13 seconds to lead the Chiefs down the field to tie things up with a field goal in the 4th quarter.

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