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Wildest stats from Chiefs vs. Bills playoff game for the ages: A look at records broken, history made and more

Pretty boring weekend, right? I mean, all we got were four incredible playoff games that each came down to the final play. Those four walk-off finishes were the most in a single postseason in NFL history and all of them came over a two-day stretch in a single round. The cherry on top of all that madness came in the final game of the divisional round slate on Sunday night when the Bills and Chiefs duked it out in a battle for the ages. 

Those two AFC juggernauts went toe-to-toe for the bulk of the game, but things really went haywire in the final two minutes. Both teams went absolutely bonkers and traded leads through the end of regulation where the Chiefs were inexplicably able to force overtime after getting the ball back with just 13 seconds left. As they began that game-tying drive, the Bills held a 91% win

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Bill Belichick asked about his New Year’s resolution immediately after Patriots loss to Bills

Bill Belichick isn’t usually in the mood to talk about anything when the Patriots lose. That’s especially true when the topic strays away from football, as one reporter learned on Sunday.

In the aftermath of the Patriots’ 33-21 loss to the Bills in Week 16, an unidentified reporter asked whether Belichick had any New Year’s resolutions that he was willing to share. In typical Belichickian fashion, he was uninterested in answering her query at that time.

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Perhaps another coach would have cracked a joke about beating their next opponent, but Belichick likes to keep things to football. That said, he did say that he would consider discussing New Year’s resolutions at another time.

“Maybe next week,” he said.

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As such, this was hardly a big deal

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What’s in a name? Social media reacts to Jaguars’ Josh Allen sacking, intercepting Bills’ Josh Allen

The Jacksonville Jaguars defense is keeping it surprisingly close against the high-voltage Buffalo Bills.

Josh Allen has played a big part in that.

That’s the Jaguars’ Josh Allen, not to be confused with the Bills’ Josh Allen.

The MVP contender has been kept in check all day, and a couple of second-half interceptions have allowed the Jags to hang around. His second pick of the day led to a Matthew Wright go-ahead field goal to make it 9-6.

On the receiving end of Josh Allen’s interception: Josh Allen.

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11 things to know about new Bills QB Mitchell Trubisky

There’s a new quarterback in town.

Former first-round pick of the Bears in Mitchell Trubisky is now a member of the Bills. He signed a one-year deal with the team this past week. Considering he was one of the top picks in his draft class, you know him well already.

But why not get to know him a bit more since he’s making a stop in Orchard Park?

Here are 11 things to know about the Bills’ new QB:

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No. 2 pick

The main reason folks know Trubisky is because he was a first-round pick. Not only that, a top-overall one at the No. 2 selection at the 2017 NFL Draft.

… Not only that, he isn’t quite a draft bust yet, but hindsight is 20/20…

The only players selected before Trubisky at that draft was Browns pass rusher Myles Garrett. Trusbisky was QB1 off the board. Considering

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