Bills Fans Upset at What Mahomes Told Josh Allen Postgame
The Buffalo Bills are now 7-6 after this past Sunday’s win over the Kansas City Chiefs, 20-17. The win is the Bills’ third straight regular season road win in Arrowhead Stadium.
Despite only being one game back of the Chiefs (8-4), the Bills are technically 11th in the AFC standings, due to tiebreakers.
The Bills win is being overshadowed nationally by what both Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and head coach Andy Reid said and did at the end of the game — as well as postgame.
Kansas City had a lateral toss by Travis Kelce to Kadarius Toney touchdown called back, due to an offensive offside penalty, which is a penalty we don’t see called very often.
Toney was clearly over the line of scrimmage when the ball was snapped. It wasn’t even close. By rule, that is a penalty.
However, Reid said after the game that officials usually let him know when one of his players is too far over the line of scrimmage, and that it’s an embarrassment for the NFL that happened the way it did. NFL referee Carl Cheffers defended the call postgame.
Mahomes had a tirade after the Chiefs turned the ball over on downs. He was held back by teammates and personnel. He defended the fact the call shouldn’t have been made postgame and even after the final whistle, he decided to say it was “the worst call I’ve ever seen” to Josh Allen when they came together.
It was very clearly a penalty. That’s not a debate. Mahomes can be upset if he wants but saying that to Allen postgame is not a good look. Just keep it together for five seconds — you don’t have to say that to the opposing quarterback, who did make plays (as did you) to try and win the game.
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