Chiefs fans did something that made Buffalo look horrible on Sunday

As bad as last week was, having to live with the fact that the Buffalo Bills couldn’t win at Arrowhead Stadium last Sunday, despite taking a 36-33 lead with 13 seconds left in regulation time.

As we all know by now, Bills quarterback Josh Allen wasn’t the reason the Bills lost the game, because he had one of the greatest NFL playoff performances in the game. story.

But the Bills’ defense and practice decisions allowed the Chiefs to gain nearly 50 yards in two games and kick the tying field goal, which ultimately led to the Chiefs winning the game in overtime.

There’s still no specific reason the Bills and head coach Sean McDermott decided to play the defensive pattern they did in that last regulation practice, but to say it had an impact negative on the psyche of Bills fans over the past seven days would be a gross understatement.

To add salt to the wound, 13 seconds was fully embraced in Kansas City, as Chiefs fans decided to show it in the AFC Championship Game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.

The Chiefs drove the ball inside the Bengals 15-yard line late in the first half on Sunday and called their final timeout. It turns out that there were 13 seconds left on the clock.

That’s when Chiefs fans decided to create a “13 seconds” chant, which caused Bills fans to log out of their Twitter accounts and turn off CBS.

I said it all week. Bills fans will never forget that disappointment, and while we love McDermott here, it’s impossible to live with unless they win the Super Bowl in the not-too-distant future, which is never a certainty.

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