It's been almost 48 hours since the Buffalo Bills statement win over the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. The Bills have already surpassed the 24-hour rule and are focusing on the Tennessee Titans for their Monday Night Football matchup next week.

That doesn't mean that fans, reporters and analysts are done discussing the win in Arrowhead.

It was pretty evident that the Bills were the more prepared and determined team from the first two or three drives of Sunday night's game. In fact, Bills all-pro cornerback Tre'Davious White was pretty fired up from the second play from scrimmage.

Yards Per Pass on Twitter highlighted multiple plays and sequences from the Sunday night victory, including the second play of the game. It was a draw play to the right side of the line.

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce was attempting to block Tre'Davious White and at the end of the play, White literally threw Kelce to the ground. That was certainly noticeable watching it.

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It looked like Kelce was not ready for that at all. It's clear the Bills tried to be as physical as possible with the Chiefs. I remember the Chiefs first of two touchdowns, where Patrick Mahomes found wide receiver Byron Pringle.

All-pro wide receiver Tyreek Hill tried to run across the field to find a spot in the end zone, and Bills edge rusher Jerry Hughes delivered a hit that knocked him off his route.

The officiating crew was too flag happy on Sunday, but the Bills certainly outplayed and outmanned the Chiefs on both sides of the ball.

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