Bills’ stubborn red zone issues prelude to fourth-quarter collapse

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills just can’t get it right in the red zone.

Since the start of last season — a total of 25 games — the Bills have been the NFL’s worst at scoring touchdowns from inside the 20-yard line, converting on just 44.9 percent of their chances.

Never had the problem been more pronounced as it was in Sunday’s 17-13 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

This was a game that the Bills’ defense controlled from nearly start to finish, affording the offense ample opportunity to score points, open a lead and secure what should have been Buffalo’s sixth win of the season.

via – NFL Nation

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