The Buffalo Bills had locker room cleanout day at One Bills Drive on Monday, which is always a somber day during the year, but it stings even more after the loss the Bills had on Sunday night.

The Bills lost 42-36 in overtime at Arrowhead Stadium against the Kansas City Chiefs, in what many are considering the greatest NFL playoff game ever played. It was that entertaining.

25 points were scored in the final 1:54 of regulation and 17 points in the final 62 seconds. Bills fans thought that the game was over, twice. Both because of insane Josh Allen touchdown drives, ending with touchdown catches by Gabriel Davis. The first with 1:54 left in regulation and the other with 13 seconds left in regulation.

The first drive was what legends are made of. Allen converted two crucial 4th downs, one on a scramble on 4th and 4, and the other for the touchdown pass to Davis on 4th and 13. Davis caught 8 passes for 201 yards and 4 touchdowns on the night, which was one of the best statistical performances from a wide receiver in NFL history.

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Before the 4th and 13 play, a Chiefs fan decided to run out on the field during the 2-minute warning. It looked like he was going for the ball and was laid out by Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs, which went viral on Twitter.

However, many didn't even noticed what happened after the Diggs hit.

Bills left tackle Dion Dawkins took that fan's shoe (like a sneaker) and tossed it towards the crowd, in an incredible move.

The shoe was still on the fan's foot when Dion grabbed it and chucked it.

Dawkins and Diggs were clearly frustrated and I would have been too.

The Bills should be celebrating today. I feel the most for Josh Allen, who had an unbelievable day throwing the ball in an all-time playoff run, statistically. He's clearly right there with Patrick Mahomes for the best QB in the NFL.

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