We Need a Patrick Mahomes vs. Josh Allen Best of Seven Playoff Series

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On Sunday night, the Chiefs and the Bills gave fans one of the most exciting, nerve-wracking and thrilling games in NFL playoff history.

In the last 1 minute and 54 seconds, the teams combined to score 25 points.

That doesnā€™t just happen.

It was so exciting that most fans are probably both exhausted and hyped and feel like they actually played in the game themselves.

Their game was a perfect way to end one of the most ridiculous NFL Playoff weekends that I can ever remember, one where the road team won three out of the four games. The lone home team to emerge victorious was the Chiefs.

In addition, three out of the four games ended with a last-second field goal, while the Chiefs kicked a last-second field goal to send the game into overtime, where Travis Kelce scored the gameā€™s walk-off TD on the Chiefsā€™ first possession and Kansas City won 42-36.

There were big time performances from each teamā€™s receivers.

The Chiefsā€™ Tyreek Hill blazed his way to 11 receptions for 150 yards and 1 TD, including what appeared to be the go-ahead 64-yard touchdown that put the Chiefs up 32-29.

The Billsā€™ Gabriel Davis hauled in 8 receptions for 201 yards and 4 TDs. He also became the first player to have 4 TD receptions in a single game in NFL postseason history. His last TD reception, a 19-yard grab with :19 seconds remaining, looked to be the game-winner until the Chiefsā€™ Harrison Buckner booted a 48-yard field goal to send the game into overtime.

But the real story of the game was the two young quarterbacks, Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen.

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