Josh Allen threw for 329 yards and three touchdowns, including the go-ahead toss to Dawson Knox with 1:04 left, and the Bills held on for a 24-20 victory to exact a measure of revenge for their epic overtime loss to Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in last year’s playoffs.
“I’ve come to this stadium a whole bunch of times. Been at this same podium. But I ain’t have many smiles,” Miller said. “It just feels so good to go out there with my teammates, to work toward something like this and come out on top.”
Stefon Diggs had 10 catches for 148 yards and a touchdown, and Gabe Davis also had a TD catch after torching Kansas City for four of them in January, as the Bills (5-1) won in the same place their season had ended the past two seasons.
I do this every time I have a game at Arrowhead. I love it. It’s 6:39am. Kickoff slated for 3:25 CT for the #chiefs and #bills. The groups at the front of this line arrived at 8:30 pm last night. Two of the best fan bases in the NFL #ChiefsKingdom and #BillsMafia together today. pic.twitter.com/borvFQom4X
— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) October 16, 2022
Last time the @Chiefs and Bills played, we got one of the most incredible finishes of all time 🔥
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 16, 2022