It was a close call, but it worked out in favor of the Buffalo Bills (7-6) who find themselves on the winning side against the Kansas City Chiefs in Arrowhead. After taking an early 14-0 lead, the Bills allowed the Chiefs to get back into the game at 17-17 and heading into the final couple of minutes of the fourth quarter, the Chiefs had the ball and Bills fans had seen this kind of story once or twice.
On a third down for the Chiefs, Mahomes dropped back in the pocket and threw it to tight end Travis Kelce who would eventually throw it back to wideout Kadarius Toney on a lateral who ran it in for a touchdown.
However, a flag that had been thrown before Kelce made that amazing throw to Toney because of Toney lining up offsides which took away the Chiefs’ touchdown. The rest was history as the Bills managed to stop Mahomes and secure the 20-17 win to keep the Bills’ playoff chances alive.
This game was closer than it should have been, but at this point, the Bills should take any win they can get. Moving forward into next week, the Bills will take on the Dallas Cowboys who just dominated the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night football. The Bills do have the home field advantage, but the Cowboys have proven that they can beat up anyone if they do not come prepared.