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Josh Allen threw 329 yards and three TDs as the Buffalo Bills avenged their overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the knockout stages of last season; watch the Denver Broncos @ Los Angeles Chargers on Monday Night Football, live on Sky Sports NFL, 1:15 a.m., Tuesday

Last updated: 10/17/22 2:02 am


Buffalo Bills highlights against Kansas City captains from Week Six of the NFL season.

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Buffalo Bills highlights against Kansas City captains from Week Six of the NFL season.

Buffalo Bills highlights against Kansas City captains from Week Six of the NFL season.

Josh Allen threw 329 yards and three touchdowns, including a scoring header to finish Dawson Knox with one minute left, as the Buffalo Bills beat the Kansas City Chiefs 24-20 on Sunday at the Stadium Arrowhead motion.

Story of the game

Stefon Diggs had 10 catches within 148 yards and a touchdown for Buffalo, with Gabe Davis grabbing Allen’s other TD throw as the Bills avenged their overtime loss in Kansas City in the season playoffs. before. Along with that group stage defeat, the Bills also ended their season against Arrowhead in the AFC title game the previous year.

Patrick Mahomes, who needed just 13 seconds to put the Captain in range to send that knockout into injury time last year, has a minute left on the clock to try to claim the winning score himself. won this time round, but his interception let Buffalo winger Taron Johnson land a pass for rookie Skyy Moore but ended the contest.

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen found Dawson Knox in the final area for a TD before Taron Johnson blocked a pass from QB Head Patrick Mahomes in Kansas City.

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Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen found Dawson Knox in the final area for a TD before Taron Johnson blocked a pass from QB Head Patrick Mahomes in Kansas City.

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen found Dawson Knox in the final area for a TD before Taron Johnson blocked a pass from QB Head Patrick Mahomes in Kansas City.

Mahomes finished with 338 yards to go through with two touchdowns and two picks, including throwing one into the late game early in the game. JuJu Smith-Schuster had five catches for 113 yards and scored for Kansas City, a catch and run for 42 yards that gave them the lead for the first time in the second half.

Allen and the Bills were guilty of squandering a few golden opportunities in the first half, when their star defender fumbled for the ball at Kansas City’s 13-yard line in the opening series, while they also turned the game upside down later. then Smith-Schuster scored for KC when Allen failed to throw in fourth place and scored from the three-yard line.

But Buffalo responded with a frantic touchdown at the end of the half. Back on their own line, Allen drove his team the full length of the field in just 73 seconds before finding Davis on touchdown 34 yards.

But, just like in January, the Leaders needed only seconds to respond immediately. In the final 16 seconds of the first half, Kansas prepared to move into goal area for Harrison Butker and the player successfully shot a 62-yard player past the goalposts to tie the game at 10 every step. at break time.

Kansas City Chiefs striker Harrison Butker pulled off a 62-yard strike, the longest goal ever at Arrowhead Stadium and the history of the Kansas City Chiefs franchise - and he didn't even watch.

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Kansas City Chiefs striker Harrison Butker pulled off a 62-yard strike, the longest goal ever at Arrowhead Stadium and the history of the Kansas City Chiefs franchise – and he didn’t even watch.

Kansas City Chiefs striker Harrison Butker pulled off a 62-yard strike, the longest goal ever at Arrowhead Stadium and the history of the Kansas City Chiefs franchise – and he didn’t even watch.

The back-and-forth continued in the second half; after Butker missed from 51 in the opening series, Diggs made a 17-yard TD for the Bills to make it 17-10. But, once again, Kansas City responded bluntly, with Mecole Hardman ending the game after a goal.

When the Bills failed in another fourth knockdown attempt early in the fourth, Butker scored another 44-yard goal to give Kansas City a 20-17 lead. On this occasion, however, Bills and Allen will have the final say, with the quarterback finding Knox for a 14-yard score to score a hugely impressive hit, before Mahomes made a game-ending error. afterward.

The Bills hold the best record in the AFC as the only team to win 5-1 of the season in the conference, while the captains slipped back 4-2.

Statistical leaders

Receipt

  • Pass: Josh Allen, 27/40, 329 yards, 3 TD
  • Lao: Devin Singletary, 17 times, 85 yards
  • Get: Stefon Diggs, 10 catches, 148 yards, 1 TD
  • Gabe Davis, three catches, 74 yards, 1 TD
Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen celebrates his encounter pass to top receiver Stefon Diggs

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen celebrates his encounter pass to top receiver Stefon Diggs

Chief

  • Pass: Patrick Mahomes, 25/40, 338 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT
  • Jump in: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, nine gills, 33 yards
  • Get: JuJu Smith-Schuster, 5 catches, 113 yards, 1 TD
  • Travis Kelce, 8 catches, 108 yards

Scoring Summary

Scoring Summary

FIRST QUARTER
Bills 0-0 Head of Department
MONDAY
Invoice 3-0 chief Tyler Bass’ 39-yard goal
Invoice 3-7 chiefs Patrick Mahomes passes TD 42 yards to JuJu Smith-Schuster (additional points)
Invoice 10-7 chiefs Josh Allen passes TD 34 yards to Gabe Davis (additional points)
Invoice 10-10 chiefs Harrison Butker’s 62-yard goal
TUESDAY
Invoice 17-10 chief Josh Allen passes the 17-yard TD to Stefon Diggs (additional points)
Invoice 17-17 chiefs Patrick Mahomes’ three-yard TD pass for Mecole Hardman (additional points)
Q4
Invoice 17-20 chiefs Harrison Butker’s 44-yard on-court goal
Invoice 24-20 chief Josh Allen passes TD 14 yards to Dawson Knox (additional points)

What’s next?

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The captains will host the San Francisco 49ers (3-3) next Sunday as they look to return to victory from a loss to Buffalo, the team is saying goodbye in Week Saturday – Bills host Green Bay Packers (3– 3) in the Eighth Week.

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