The Buffalo Bills playoff prospects were not looking great entering Week 14 at 6-6. They had to travel to Kansas City to play a Chiefs team that has ended their season two of the past three years.
Josh Allen and the offense got off to a great start and built a 14-0 lead but struggled to find the same success towards the end of the game. They did just enough to win 20-17 over the Chiefs to move to 7-6 and these are the grades for each position on the offense.
Grading the Buffalo Bills offense in Week 14 against the Kansas City Chiefs
It was not a great game statistically for Josh Allen as he had only 233 passing yards with one touchdown and one interception while also picking 32 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. The rushing touchdown was impressive based on the fact that he was stopped at roughly the three yard line but carried what seemed like half the Chiefs' defense to the end zone.
He also made a terrible read late in the game with Gabe Davis running wide open for what would have been a touchdown right before the two minute warning. However, it wasn't all on Allen as the players around him had numerous drops during the game.
In the end, the Buffalo Bills got the win in a tough enviornment and Josh Allen deserves a lot of credit for that.