The Kansas City Chiefs ran the ball 46 times for a season-high 245 yards in their 26-17 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Monday afternoon.

It marked just the second time they ran more than they passed with Patrick Mahomes at quarterback. It was also the most rush attempts any Andy Reid-coached team has ever recorded in a single game.

Clyde Edwards-Helaire had 161 yards on 26 carries just a few days after the Chiefs signed Le'Veon Bell.

"Talking to Le'Veon, he's another piece to the puzzle," Edwards-Helaire said. "From here, I just feel like we can only go up. Le'Veon is older than me. I'm still in my rookie year, so, ultimately, anything that I can do to pick his brain and gain any knowledge from him, I'm there for it."