Kansas City chiefs and Buffalo Bills battled the legendary duel with a 42-36 overtime victory for Patrick Mahoms and his crew at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday night.
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The final moments of the fourth quarter of this conference semi-final game were not spectacular, as 25 points were scored in the last two minutes of regulation time.
When quarterback Josh Allen found Gabriel Davis in the pay zone, the bills first gave him a three-point lead. Just five games later, Tyrik Hill scored a 64-yard Major to put the Chiefs back in front.
Allen and Davis did it again with just 13 seconds left in the final quarter. This is the fourth time the pair have teamed up to score a touchdown in the game.
Mahoms, however, did not want his season to end. The center identified Travis Kelsey in the Bills territory. With two seconds left on the scoreboard, Harrison Butker scored a 49-yard field goal and sent it all into overtime.
The chiefs did not miss the chance to win the toss and end the feud. Mahoms turned to Kelsey again and caught the next ball behind the goal line for the win. Allen and Bills offense so unlikely to return to the field.
The winning quarterback finished his clash with 370 yards and 32 out of 43 attempts for two touchdowns. He also scored the middle finger with his legs.
For his part, Allen completed 27 off 37 throws for 329 yards and four touchdowns. Demonstrated a lot of productivity with his legs in the critical moments of the game, the 25-year-old collected 68 yards on quarterback runs.
In the American Association final, the chiefs got an appointment with the Bengals of Cincinnati. Then on Saturday the Tennessee beat the Titans.