The Bills rush for over 200 yards and the offensive line doesn't surrender a sack in Sunday's 23-13 loss to the Chiefs.

Quarterbacks: With a rookie quarterback, a bad play often accompanies an excellent play. Jeff Tuel's NFL debut was up and down as he finished 18-of-39 for 229 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. Kendrick Lewis' third quarter interception return for a touchdown changed the momentum of the game. C

Running Backs: The Bills running backs had their way with the Chiefs, as the team rushed for 241 yards on 38 carries (6.3 yards per carry). CJ Spiller in his first game back from an ankle injury looked like he did from the 2012 season, rushing for 116 yards on just 12 carries. A

Wide Receivers: Stevie Johnson led the group with five catches for 36 yards, so nobody really stood out. Tight end Scott Chandler didn't look anything like the safety valve that he was for Thad Lewis, dropping several passes. Robert Woods looked comfortable (four catches, 44 yards) before leaving due to injury. C-

Offensive Line: Credit the guys up front for keeping Tuel up right as the rookie quarterback wasn't sacked. The unit did a tremendous job in the ground game, paving holes not just Spiller and Jackson could run through, but a car could probably drive into. A

Defensive Line: The unit played well early on, pressuring Alex Smith on the first couple of seasons and forcing several penalties on the Kansas City offensive line. The Chiefs were able to establish the ground game more effectively in the second half. B-

Linebackers: Rookie Kiko Alonso tied for the team lead with eight tackles and recorded a first quarter sack. Jerry Hughes forced a fumble in the second quarter, but the rest of the unit didn't do too much to stand out. B-

Defensive Backs: Stephon Gilmore struggled in coverage against Dwayne Bowe (seven catches for 67 yards) but the rest of the unit limited the big plays in the passing game as Kansas City's longest reception was 20 yards. Aaron Williams led the defense with eight tackles. B

Special Teams: A Nigel Bradham penalty cost the Bills a touchdown on a punt return in the first quarter. Dan Carpenter was just as reliable as usual going 2-for-2 on field goal attempts. Punter Brian Moorman struggled averaging just 36 yards per kick. C

Coaching: Offensive coordinator Nate Hackeet appeared on target early on trying to establish a short passing game for Tuel. Unfortunately, with his team behind, they may have abandoned the running game too early in the fourth quarter. C