It was one of the toughest nights in Buffalo sports history. The Bills lost to the Kansas City Chiefs, 38-24 at Arrowhead Stadium in the AFC Championship game.

The Bills got beat in almost every facet of the game as they had a very difficult time stopping the Chiefs high-octane offense and Josh Allen and the offense had problems getting points, especially in the first three quarters.

The one image from the game that will stick with most Bills fans is star wide receiver Stefon Diggs staying on the field after the rest of the team went into the locker room. He stayed on the field to watch the Chiefs' celebration and the images are gut-wrenching. You can feel the pain Diggs is feeling.

Diggs and the offense had a hard time finding open space. Diggs caught six passes for 77 yards but most of the numbers came in the final quarter.

The Bills got beat by the best team in the NFL. Patrick Mahomes is the best quarterback in the NFL, Travis Kelce is the best tight end and they have a slew of explosive wide receivers with arguably the greatest offensive mind in football (Andy Reid). The Chiefs defense also outplayed the Bills.

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I'm proud of this team and what they accomplished but it's clear more work will need to be done to win it all next season.

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