It's a heartbreaking feeling for Buffalo and Bills fans everywhere. As great as Josh Allen played, and as amazing as the offense was, it wasn't enough. The Bills lost to the Kansas City Chiefs by a score of 42-36 in overtime, in what many people are calling the greatest NFL playoff game of all-time.
25 points were scored in the final two minutes. Let me say that again -- 25 points were scored in the final two minutes, and 17 points in the final minute of regulation.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen completed 27 of 37 passes for 329 yards and 4 touchdowns. He led what seemed to be two game-winning drives for the Bills, with one that put the Bills up 29-26 with 1:54 left in regulation. Then, leading a game-winning drive with 13 seconds left.
Both of them were long touchdown passes to Gabriel Davis, who caught 8 passes for 4 touchdowns and over 200 receiving yards.
Both drives were riddled with asinine plays by Allen that had fans' jaw-dropping across the country.
In between both of those Allen touchdown passes was a long touchdown catch and run by Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who ran 64 yards for a touchdown.
However, as many people pointed out on social media after the fact, Hill visibly was seen taunting Bills linebacker Matt Milano before he crossed the end zone, giving them the "peace symbol."
By NFL rule, this is considered taunting and because it happened before the touchdown occurred, would have wiped out the Chiefs score.
NFL reporters and analysts noticed as well.
Hill is a posterchild for the new taunting rule, because Hill has done this a number of times before, and did it to Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety Antoine Winfield Jr. last season, then Winfield returned the favor by doing it back to him in the Super Bowl, which was flagged for taunting.
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