Everytime Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes face off, it’s bound to be a great game. This one did not dissapoint. With scoring and lots of turnovers, there was action that both fanbases can get excited about.

Josh Allen: Best of Both Worlds

We did see our regularly scheduled Josh Allen interception, which looked very similar to the last game vs the Eagles; defender that Allen doesn’t see coming across and picking it off. Outside of that Allen did everything he had to do to help get Buffalo the win. Most notably, was the 3rd and 9 sideline pass to Latavius Murray who would then go onto fumble the ball out of bounds. Allen threw for 233 yards, 1 TD and 1 INT. He also ran it in for a score.

Cry Chiefs Cry

A non controversial call had upset many in the Chiefs world, but none other than Patrick Mahomes was visibly frustrated and upset after WR Kadarius Toney lined up offsides which negated a ptential game-winning touchdown by himself. Mahomes, who is known to be well-liked by many NFL fans for his class and humble attitude, had a lot to say about the refs post game.

During Mahomes post-game interaction with Bills QB Josh Allen, Mahomes mentions how it was an awful call, and completely brushes off Josh Allen. Just poor sportsmanship from the face of the NFL.


No one was under more scrutiny and pressure this week than Bills Head Coach Sean McDermott. Recently, reports surfaced about a team meeting where McDermott referenced the 9/11 hijackers in an effort to encourage teamwork. Albeit a huge mistake, it had been taken care of. Business was also taken care of this week with the 20-17 victory, but McDermott’s character as a human being was questioned, but Bills players came out to defend their coach.

The Bills will take on the Dallas Cowboys next Sunday at 4:25pm.

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