3 reasons why divisional game vs. Chiefs is Josh Allen's biggest career game

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The divisional round of the NFL playoffs is a must tune-in weekend with excellent matchups. We will be seeing games like the Texans vs. Ravens (both who have explosive offenses), and the Detroit Lions will be hosting their second playoff game against Baker Mayfield and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Even the game between the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers should be a good one as Packers' quarterback Jordan Love looks like the Packers' third consecutive franchise quarterback. Even with these three matchups, they do not come close to what will be taking place in Orchard Park, NY.

The Buffalo Bills, for the first time since Josh Allen was drafted, will host the Kansas City Chiefs (which is Patrick Mahomes first road playoff game not including the Super Bowl). The Chiefs are 2-0 against the Bills in the postseason when these two dynamic quarterbacks face off against each other. The Chiefs eliminated the Bills in the conference championship in 2021 and broke their spirits in the 2022 playoffs with the infamous 13 second drive to go into overtime.

The tables have flipped as this game will be away from Arrowhead. This is the biggest game of Josh Allen's career moving forward. It is go big or go home. Can the Bills get the job? Sunday will tell us all.

Here are three reasons why this game is the biggest career game for Josh Allen.