The Buffalo Bills made one crucial mistake late against the Kansas City Chiefs in Sunday night's Divisional Round playoff loss - and, no, it wasn't losing the coin toss in overtime.
Buffalo fell to Kansas City, 42-36, in overtime on Sunday.
But the game probably shouldn't have gone to overtime in the first place. The Bills led the Chiefs by 3 points with 13 seconds remaining.
Rather than forcing the Chiefs to return the ball on a kickoff attempt, they allowed a touchback, preserving precious time for Patrick Mahomes and Co.
Buffalo should've squibbed the ball or kicked it where the Chiefs had to return it.
Alas, the Bills opted to kick the ball into the end zone, allowing the Chiefs to take a touchback and preserve precious seconds.
Kansas City is off to the AFC Championship Game, while Buffalo is going home.