Buffalo Bills 36-42 Kansas City Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes throws walk-off TD in overtime to clinch win after epic battle with Josh Allen | NFL News

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Buffalo Bills 36-42 Kansas City Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes throws walk-off TD in overtime to clinch win after epic battle with Josh Allen |  NFL News

In a bonkers final two minutes of regulation, Josh Allen threw two touchdown passes to Gabriel Davis, while Patrick Mahomes also fired a 64-yard TD to Tyreek Hill and, with only 13 seconds left, helped set up a Harrison Butker field goal to take the game to overtime

Last Updated: 24/01/22 7:17am

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Highlights of the Buffalo Bills’ clash with the Kansas City Chiefs in the divisional playoff

Highlights of the Buffalo Bills’ clash with the Kansas City Chiefs in the divisional playoff

Patrick Mahomes threw a walk-off touchdown to Travis Kelce in overtime to see the Kansas City Chiefs finally overcome the Buffalo Bills 42-36 after an epic quarterback battle between himself and Josh Allen played out at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday night.

Mahomes passed for 378 yards and three touchdowns, while he also accounted for a further 69 yards and a score on the ground. Allen, meanwhile, had 329 yards passing and four TDs, while also finishing as his team’s leading rusher with 68 yards.

In a bonkers final two minutes of regulation alone, Allen threw two touchdown passes to Gabriel Davis (and found Stefon Diggs for a successful two-point conversion after the first), while Mahomes also fired a 64-yard touchdown to Tyreek Hill and Harrison Butker kicked a 49-yard field goal as time expired to take the game to overtime.

Allen’s second scoring strike to Davis, and fourth overall – seeing the Buffalo receiver set a new NFL playoff record – came with only 13 seconds left on the clock, seemingly winning the game for the Bills and booking their AFC Championship meeting with the Cincinnati Bengals.

But no, incredibly, back came Mahomes and the Chiefs, with their quarterback firing completions of 19 and 25 yards to Hill and Kelce, respectively, to move the team into field goal range where Butker did the rest. The Chiefs then won the toss, ensuring they possessed the ball first in overtime and Mahomes would never let Allen get his hands on it as his eight-yard TD to Kelce ended a remarkable encounter.

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