The Kansas City Chiefs look unstoppable at the moment and are favorites to make the Super Bowl again.
Players like Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and Tyreek Hill are performing to their best and their offense seems to be able to open up any team in NFL at the moment.
However, Dallas Cowboys legend and NFL Hall of Famer, Michael Irvin, doesn’t think that the Chiefs are unstoppable. He pointed out the Buffalo Bills as the team that can beat the Chiefs. Speaking on a segment of the NFL’s Gameday Morning, Irvin said:
“I like the Bills. I recently got to interview Stefon Diggs… And I asked him, ‘What about Kansas City? Did you guys put up, 48 points (against Denver Broncos) to send a message to Kansas City?’
“He said, ‘No, it’s not about that’. He said that we learned from that game. We learned from everybody that we lost to, we learn from it.”
With an 11-3 record, the Bills recorded their first AFC East title since 1995. Their quarterback Josh Allen is in the form of his life and could have easily been in MVP contention were it not for Aaron Rodgers and Mahomes.
While the Bills lost their last match against the Chiefs in Week 6, the NFL legend believes that the Bills have already learned a lot this season to overcome the Chiefs.
“I think (now) things will be different because this team has taken another step.
What makes the Bills more of a threat is the form of Cole Beasley along with Stefon Diggs.
“It’s not just Diggs now. It’s also about Beasley… He has taken off, man… The combination of them with what Josh Allen is doing makes them viable to score in many different ways”.