The Chiefs Had Their Own 13 Seconds Disaster Against the Bills
The Buffalo Bills are now 5-1 after their huge week 6 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday evening.
The Bills had moments where it looked as if they would throw the game away in the first half, whether it was a costly turnover or poor execution, but the offense still was able to move the ball on most drives and like Josh Allen does, when the game was on the line, he delivered.
The Bills went 76 yards for the eventual game-winning touchdown with 1:04 left.
Allen hit Dawson Knox in the end zone and gave Buffalo the 24-20 lead with the extra point.
However, a minute for the Chiefs is an eternity and Bills fans everywhere held their collective breath when Patrick Mahomes took the field.
What you may not realize is the Chiefs had their own 13 seconds nightmare on the last drive...the Chiefs last drive, which ended in a game-ending interception by Taron Johnson, lasted exactly 13 seconds.
This is ironic because of what happened to the Bills in the AFC Divisional round in January, when they let the Chiefs go down the field for a game-typing field goal, with only 13 seconds remaining on the clock.
The Bills were criticized for not being able to win close games but two of the past three wins are one-score victories, including a 17-point comeback against the Baltimore Ravens.
The Bills have no excuses this season. They've gotten healthy again (minus Micah Hyde) and the way they have played, nothing short of a Super Bowl win will be accepted at the end of the season.