Patrick Mahomes threw a walk-off touchdown to Travis Kelce in overtime as the Chiefs beat the Bills 42-36 after an all-time encounter which saw twists and turns throughout.
The game culminated in a wild ending, which saw an extraordinary 25 points scored in the final 1:54 of regulation time.
The 42-36 loss to the Chiefs in overtime marked a second straight year the Bills’ season has come to an end against Kansas City. Buffalo has yet to win a road playoff game under coach Sean McDermott (0-4).
Their goal of reaching the Super Bowl — and of getting past the Chiefs — will have to wait at least another year. The Bills spent the offseason preparing to beat Kansas City after losing in last year’s AFC title game at Arrowhead.
This time, the game ended in devastating fashion on the first drive of overtime after the teams scored four times in the final two minutes of regulation.
The game will be remembered as one of the greatest in NFL history, and with two of the league’s best young quarterbacks at the helm, it could be a clash we see multiple times in the years to come.