NFL Scores Week 1: Ryan Fitzpatrick, Bills Stun Chiefs

KANSAS CITY, MO - SEPTEMBER 11: Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick #14 of the Buffalo Bills scrambles for yardage against the Kansas City Chiefs during the first quarter on September 11, 2011 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images)

The Kansas City Chiefs were thoroughly embarrassed at home, as they were destroyed 41-7 by the Buffalo Bills.

Between the Kansas City Chiefs' surprise 2010 division title and the Buffalo Bills' terrible 2010 season, most expected Kansas City to record a fairly easy win in Week 1 at Arrowhead Stadium. Instead, the Chiefs have been absolutely embarrassed at home, with the Bills winning by a final score of 41-7. 

The Chiefs turned the ball over three times, with two lost fumbles and an interception thrown by Matt Cassel. Meanwhile, Ryan Fitzpatrick was unbelievably brilliant under center for the Bills, throwing for 208 yards and four touchdowns. Fred Jackson was fantastic running the ball as well, picking up 112 yards on 20 carries as the Chiefs were absolutely embarrassed.

For more on the Chiefs head over to Arrowhead Pride. For more on the Bills, check out Buffalo RumblingsStay tuned to our NFL Week 1 StoryStream for scores and updates from around the NFL, and bookmark SB Nation NFL for regular news and analysis.

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