Halfway through their AFC Division Round battle, the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills are tied at 14-14.
Bills started with a 13-play, 71-yard touchdown drive in the game’s initial possession, but the principals came back with their own 11-play, 74-yard touchdown drive. Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes both used their feet to create great plays for their team, while Devin Singletary and Mahomes eventually found the final zone.
Chiefs Edge rusher Melvin Ingram crashed near their second drive midfield that night due to a sock. Buffalo knocked deep into Kansas City, then both teams exchanged the ball again before ending with a 2-yard touchdown pass to Byron Brink on a 12-play, 86-yard drive. It was only two minutes south of the buffalo, putting its own flow together and doing it, with Allen leading the way through the air and onto the ground. He captured things with an 18-yard touchdown pass to Gabriel Davis, which tied things in the break.
When the Mahomes brought them within range of Harrison Butker’s long field goal attempt, the captains had a chance to take the lead at half-time, but as time went on in the first half the kicker’s 50-yard attempt was pushed to the right.
Will the chiefs work from home, or will the bills eliminate grief on the road? We can not wait to find out. Keep an eye on our live blog for the rest of the evening as we inform you with stats, scores and highlights.
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