The pain of that divisonal loss still hurts.
Time has not healed any wounds since the Buffalo Bills failed to take down the Chiefs in the playoffs, despite them staring victory right in the face.
Josh Allen was in the spotlight this week as he attended the 11th NFL Honors Ceremony, where he earned plenty of spotlight but also had to face a reporter who wanted to troll him. Allen sat down with USA Today Sports host Mackenzie Salmon, who asked him to observe a 13-second moment of silence to commemorate the time on the clock when Allen scored the go-ahead touchdown against the Chiefs.
As you know, the Kansas City Chiefs quickly got into field goal range and tied the game. They then won the game on the first possession of overtime before Allen had a chance to touch the ball.
Allen may have been uncomfortable with the result, but he played along.
She may have thought it was funny, but fans in the comments were not happy.
Josh Allen played an outstanding game against the Chiefs, throwing for 329 yards and four touchdowns.
In fact, between the Bills’ Wild-Card round win over New England and their Division-round game in Kansas City, the 25-year-old threw nine combined TDs with no INTs. It marked the first time in NFL playoff history that a player had four passing touchdowns and zero interceptions in back-to-back games.
That is going to make that divisional loss hurt so much more.