Buffalo Bills accuse Chiefs' Tamba Hali of 'cheap shots'


The Kansas City Chiefs are arguably the most disappointing team in the NFL after two weeks and Sunday's 35-17 loss to the Buffalo Bills wasn't nearly as close as the final score indicated. The Bills say the Chiefs aren't just bad -- they are dirty.

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"Two plays in a row they're taking cheap shots at us," Bills offensive lineman Eric Wood said, via BuffaloBills.com. "They did the same thing last year in Kansas City. You start getting a team down, you'll see their true colors. And the last two years, we're not just gonna sit back and take it. ...

"Some stuff after the play, where they're trying to take a guy's arm out of the socket and twist a guy's head under the pile."

Bills guard Andy Levitre told WGR-AM that Chiefs defensive end Tamba Hali was the offending party, trying to twist his neck and then going after Bills offensive tackle Cordy Glenn's shoulder.

This wasn't even late in the game during the blowout, it was the first half. Then again, it was a blowout before halftime. The Chiefs' defense should be frustrated after that performance.

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