The Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs have certainly had their share of battles over the past couple years. On Wednesday, Bills quarterback Josh Allen kept it real in regards to their budding rivalry.
“They’re what we aspire to be,” Allen said.
In a matchup more fitting for the AFC Championship, the Chiefs and Bills meet on Sunday night for a chance to move one step closer to the Super Bowl.
Last season, Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs bounced Allen's Bills 38-24 on the way to their second straight SB appearance. They also beat Buffalo in the 2020 regular season as well.
But could this year be different?
The Bills handled KC soundly back in Week 5, taking care of business on the road 38-20. And now Buffalo is riding high off a historic offensive performance against Bill Belichick's defense.
One in which Josh Allen threw for over 300 yards and five touchdowns on the way to a blowout win. While also imposing his will with 66 yards on the ground.
That said, the Chiefs also showed out in their Wild Card win. As Mahomes put up 404 yards and five TD's of his own against the Pittsburgh Steelers in primetime.