The Buffalo Bills lost a heartbreaking game in Arrowhead Stadium against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Chiefs beat the Bills 42-36 in overtime, in what many fans are calling the greatest NFL playoff game in history.
The Bills defense (and coaching) had a very rough night, especially in the second half, allowing nearly 600 total yards to the Chiefs offense, however, the Bills also had a phenomenal game on offense.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen has an all-time playoff performance from a quarterback, completing 27 of 37 passes for 329 yards and 4 touchdowns. Allen led two seemingly, game-winning drives, both long touchdown passes to wide receiver Gabriel Davis, who caught 8 passes for over 200 yards and an incredible, 4 touchdown passes.
The Bills faced a 4th and 13 with two minutes left in regulation, and down 26-21.
Before the play could happen though, something happened that we have never seen in a Bills game, or at least that I'm not aware of.
A Chiefs fan decided to run on the field, and it looked like he was going for the football, which had been marked down on the field getting ready for the 4th down play.
That's when Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs decided to whack the fan like he was a player. The collision knocked the fan down and security was able to corral him.
Watch the incredible video below.
If you watch the video, Bills left tackle Dion Dawkins grabs the guy's shoe and chucks it as far away as humanly possible, too.
Diggs and the Bills looked angry. The next play was a 27-yard touchdown pass to Gabriel Davis from Josh Allen on 4th down.
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