The Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs played each other for the fifth time since 2020 and the Chiefs have been the winner in three of those first four games. However, the Bills were able to go into Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday and come away with a 24-20 victory in another back-and-forth contest between arguably the two best teams in the NFL.
Neither team would hold more than a seven-point lead and were tied at the end of the first, second, and third quarters. The deciding factor on Sunday was the Chiefs connecting on a field goal in the fourth quarter while the Buffalo Bills would score a touchdown when Josh Allen found Dawson Knox for the go-ahead score.
These are some of the top takeaways from the Buffalo Bills Week 6 matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Another chapter in a great QB rivalry
There is no question that the two best quarterbacks in the NFL right now are Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen. These two quarterbacks continue to elevate their play when the other is across the field on the other sideline. On Sunday it was just another chapter in what is developing into a great QB rivalry.
Josh Allen finished the game with 329 passing yards, 32 rushing yards, 3 passing touchdowns, and one turnover. Meanwhile, Patrick Mahomes had 338 passing yards, 21 rushing yards, two passing touchdowns, and two turnovers.
There have been some great rivalries over the years in the NFL, including Peyton Manning and Tom Brady most recently. This is on that same trajectory and will soon be discussed in the same conversation.