Buffalo Bills vs. KC Chiefs: 4 postgame takeaways from divisional round

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Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills (Mandatory Credit: Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports)

These are the top takeaways from the Buffalo Bills loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Round

This game was expected to be an incredible quarterback duel between two of the top quarterbacks in the league. It certainly lived up to the expectations and surpassed them, unfortunately, the Buffalo Bills were not on the winning side.

Both teams got off to a fast start with touchdowns on their opening drives with Devin Singletary scoring on the ground followed by Patrick Mahomes adding a rushing touchdown of his own. The two teams would then add touchdowns in the second quarter and go into halftime tied at 14.

In the third quarter, the Kansas City Chiefs would score nine straight points and build a 23-14 lead before Gabriel Davis caught a 75-yard touchdown to cut the lead to two.

The fourth quarter is when the scoring really picked up, with three touchdowns and one field goal scored in the final 1:54 of the game with the Bills holding a 36-33 lead with only 13 seconds left. However, the Chiefs drove down the field to get into field goal range to tie the game and send it to overtime.

Josh Allen and the Bills wouldn’t even get a chance to win the game as the Chiefs won the toss and would put together a seven-play, 67-yard drive that ended with a Travis Kelce touchdown to win the game.

When looking at this game, these are some of the top takeaways from this game.

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