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Chiefs 42, Bills 36 in OT | Game recap, highlights & photos | Divisional Round

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Gabriel Davis (13) catch from Josh Allen (17) for a touchdown. Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs - AFC Divisional Playoff game at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, January 23, 2022. Photo by Ben Green

Location:

GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO

Final score:

Chiefs 42, Bills 36 in OT

Records:

Bills (12-7), Chiefs (14-5)

For the full box score from today's game, click >> Link

Here's a list of notable team notes from tonight's game …

  • Bills produced 400+ total yards in consecutive playoff games since 1990-91
  • Bills played their eighth postseason game without committing a turnover

Here's a list of notable player notes from tonight's game …

  • Gabriel Davis produced the first four-touchdown receiving game in NFL history
  • Josh Allen has produced 2,089 combined passing and rushing yards – the most by an NFL quarterback in his first six playoff games in NFL history (previous record held by Andrew Luck - 1,971).
  • Josh Allen tied Jim Kelly's Bills record with three 300-yard passing games in the postseason.
  • Josh Allen now ranks tied for second among the NFL quarterbacks with 16 touchdowns in their first six postseason starts
  • Devin Singletary became the third Bills running back with a touchdowns in consecutive postseason games joining Joe Cribbs and Thurman Thomas.
  • Josh Allen became the fifth quarterback in NFL history 25 and under with at least 1,500 passing yards in the postseason joining Patrick Mahomes, Andrew Luck, Dan Marino and Ben Roethlisberger
  • Josh Allen has rushed for more yards than any quarterback 25 years or younger in NFL postseason history passing Lamar Jackson (367)
  • Josh Allen moved into fifth place for the most passing yards in a quarterback's first six starts passing Dan Marino (1,680).

Scroll to see the best photos from the Buffalo Bills' Divisional Round game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on January 23, 2022.

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