NFL: Allen surpasses Mahomes and keeps the Bills at the top of the AFC |  Video

In the long-awaited rematch of last postseason, buffalo bills was imposed 24-20 at Kansas City Chiefs in the match corresponding to week 7 from the Arrow Head Stadium.

The duel between two of the favorite squads to represent the American Conference in the superbowl It started in an atypical way for both teams. In his first offensive Josh AllenBuffalo’s quarterback, went on a good 5-minute, 60-yard drive, but in the red zone miscommunication resulted in a loose ball and recovered by the Chiefs.

With a good defensive start, patrick mahomes he covered practically the entire field in command of the Kansas offense, but on a pass to the end zone he was intercepted by rookie Kair Elamwho stole the shipment addressed to Marquez Valdes-Scantling and kept the score at zero.

The second bedroom opened with another good drive by Buffalo but ended only in a 39-yard field goal converted by kicker Tyler Bass.

Kansas City responded to go ahead in the marked 3-7 after Mahomes found former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver, JuJu Smith-Schuster on a 42-yard play typical of the Chiefs offense.

With the clock expiring and after going 98 yards, Gabe Davis appeared in the promised area for the Bills, keeping a Allen Long Shipmentwho after finding the receiver twice last week against pittsburghseems to have a new favorite target.

The game seemed to end 10-7 in favor of Buffalo, but in a lightning attack Kansas advanced enough to give Buffalo a chance. harrison butkerwho tied the game at 10 with a field goal of some impressive 62 yards, a franchise record.

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In the third quarter both teams would trade scores to keep things level now at 17. Allen found Stephen Diggs on a mid-range pass; while, Mahomes found Mecole Hardman for three yards in a short try.

The final episode resulted in a show between two squads willing to do anything to win. First, Kansas took advantage again of the leg of butker that connected the 44-yard kickbut the joy did not last long for the locals, since Allen would show again why he is a favorite for the Most Valuable Player award, finding tight end Dawson Knox in the promised zone and taking a 24-20 lead.

Mahomes He had one last chance to turn the game around and at first it looked like he was going to do it one more time, but when they were at the rival 30-yard line, the quarterback let out a risky pass that ended up in the hands of Taron Johnsonsentencing the game 24-20 in favor of Buffalo.

with victory, Buffalo remains atop the AFC with a 5-1 recordwhile the Bosses are kept as heads their division but worsen to 4-2 in the campaign.

The rest of the NFL Week 6 will be played as follows:

Thursday October 13
Washington 12-7 Chicago

Sunday October 16
Minnesota 24-10 Miami
New England 38-15 Cleveland
San Francisco 14-28 Atlanta
Tampa Bay 18-20 Pittsburgh
Cincinnati 30-26 New Orleans
Baltimore 20-24 New York (Giants)
New York (Jets) 27-10 Green Bay
Jacksonville 27-34 Indianapolis
Arizona 9-19 Seattle
Carolina 10-24 Los Angeles (Rams)
Buffalo 24-20 Kansas
Dallas-Philadelphia, 7:20 p.m. ESPN

Monday October 17
Denver-Los Angeles (Chargers), 7:15 p.m. ESPN

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