It feels like the Buffalo Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs meet twice a year. This will be the sixth time since 2020 that Josh Allen has led the Bills against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, with the last meeting between the two being the Bills 20-17 win back in December.
That was the game that saw the Bills win in some controversy after an all-time great play by Chiefs’ tight end Travis Kelce – where he lateralled the ball unscripted mid-play to Kadarius Toney – was negated by Toney lining up offside. It is amazing how one play can change a season because if it had stood – and the Chiefs had gone on to win – then this playoff matchup would be at Arrowhead Stadium instead of in Orchard Park.
We have tickets to this game at Immortal Seats, starting at just over $200 for the Upper Deck. Game time temperatures are expected to be around 20 degrees, so dress warmly, as it will only get colder as the night rolls in. This should be no issue for either team, especially the Chiefs, given that their win over the Miami Dolphins last week was the fourth-coldest game in the league’s history.
Playoff Mahomes is a different animal to regular season Mahomes, and it will be interesting to see if he continues to be impossible to play against, even with the Chiefs’ numbers being down on offense across the board during the regular season. This is appointment TV on Sunday night.