The Buffalo Bills picked up right where they left off in 2011, allowing 40-plus points while being routed on the road.
Now missing two of their biggest offensive weapons for an extended period of time, regrouping Sunday likely won't be easy against a visiting Kansas City Chiefs defense returning Pro Bowl linebacker Tamba Hali and seeking to avenge a blowout in last year's season opener.
Buffalo (0-1) was overmatched in a 49-21 loss at New England in the 2011 season finale, and few - if any - offseason improvements were evident in last week's 48-28 road defeat to the New York Jets.
The defense, despite adding prized defensive end Mario Williams in the offseason, couldn't defend against shorter fields following two Ryan Fitzpatrick interceptions - he finished with three total - and the special teams unit allowed a punt return before the Bills were able to get points on the board.
"We definitely didn't do what we needed to do to win," Williams said. "The biggest thing was that we d...