Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes comes clutch in overtime to secure a 42-36 win for Kansas City. 

The Kansas City Chiefs needed their quarterback to come clutch when the game was on the edge and he did. Patrick Mahomes found Travis Kelce with an 8-yard touchdown pass in overtime to secure the win. A win that sends the Chiefs to its fourth consecutive AFC Championship Game. The final two minutes produced 25 points, which was the second-most in any game in the Super Bowl era. This was what you call end to end stuff. 

There were as many as four lead changes in the final two minutes of the Chiefs 42-36 win. It was a show of expertise and a display of elite level quarterback play. Patrick Mahomes and the Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen combined to go for 707 yards and 7 TDs with no Interceptions. Josh Allen’s rating was a high 136.0 while Mahomes posted a 123.1 rating. This victory for the Chiefs means they will host the Bengals next Sunday with an appearance at the Super Bowl on the line.

How it happened 

This was truly a thrilling NFL game, on all levels. From the coaching to the superb performance put up by both quarterbacks. The final touchdown was a perfect way to cap a thrilling second half. After the Chiefs had taken a healthy lead, Josh Allen connected with Gabriel Davis for a 75-yard touchdown. The Chiefs continued to look the likelier winners as Butker hit another field goal to stretch their lead. The Bills wouldn’t lie down and then took a three-point lead with two minutes to play. Josh Allen connected with a wide open Davis and then Stefon Diggs for the two-point conversion.

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Unfortunately for the Bills, that lead didn’t last long enough as Mahomes responded. He finished the 75-yard drive with a touchdown pass to Tyreek Hill to give Kansas City the lead again, 33-29. The back and forth game continued as the Bills retook the lead on their next drive. Josh Allen connected with Davis for his  fourth touchdown of the game with just 13 seconds to play. What happened next was thrilling. Patrick Mahomes did brilliantly to move the Chiefs into Butker’s range and set up his game-tying field goal. An individual moment of brilliance that sent the game