Joe Brady play calling on final drive was Ken Dorseyesque
Let me start by saying I wonder if the calls would have been different if Diggs caught that screen pass and got some yardage. Regardless, once the Bills got down to the Chiefs' 27-yard line, the plays were a called run play by Ty Johnson, a Chiefs penalty, and then four straight incomplete passes. The Bills ran six plays at that point, resulting in six yards, five of which were the result of the Chiefs penalty.
In that spot, I'm running the ball and killing the clock. Fortunately, the defense was able to get the job done and keep the Chiefs out of field goal range, and secure the win. But I feel in that moment, Joe Brady should have been calling James Cook's number. Cook averaged 5.8 yards per carry in the game and the Bills could have run the clock down and kicked the game-winner as time expired, rather than setting up the drama that ensued on Kansas City's comeback attempt.