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Both teams are feeling a sense of urgency after Week 1 defeats.

The Chiefs were spanked 40-24 by Atlanta, a performance not altogether different from the way they played against Buffalo last year. The Bills lost 48-28 to the New York Jets last Sunday.

“We have a completely different team than what we had last year,” Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel said. “Last year was last year, and they did a great job coming in here, but their team is different and we’re different and now it’s about going out and competing this year.”

New teams? Sure. New year? Absolutely.

But that doesn’t mean there’s going to be hugs and handshakes when the Chiefs and Bills take the field on Sunday, particularly when Berry sees Johnson for the first time.

“Last year is last year, and this year is this year,” Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel said. “We need to focus on this year and trying to be better and win the game.”