NFL overtime rules under scrutiny after Kansas City Chiefs take out Buffalo Bills in a wild playoff game

The Kansas City Chiefs’ completely exhilarating overtime defeat of the Buffalo Bills on Sunday prompted NFL fans wanting some sort of rule change for next season and then some.

The Chiefs were awarded the football first because of the coin throw turning out well for them. Overtime rules state on the off chance that the team with possession first scores a touchdown, it is the winner. Patrick Mahomes tracked down Travis Kelce for the game-winning touchdown, and the Bills and Josh Allen never got the ball.

NFL fans watching the game stood up via social media demanding a rule change, particularly since Allen had four touchdown passes and was denied a reply because of the overtime rules.

Assuming Kansas City would’ve kicked a field goal, Buffalo would’ve returned the ball once again to attempt to tie the game or score a touchdown for the success.

The Bills and Chiefs went punch for punch in the last two minutes of regulation.

In the first place, Allen observed Gabriel Davis for a 27-yard touchdown pass and finished a two-point conversion to go up 29-26 with 1:54 leftover in the game. That was an excessive lot of time for Mahomes and the Chiefs.

Mahomes observed Tyreek Hill across the middle and he sprinted to the end zone, offering a Bills defense the peace sign on his way to the score. The 64-yard touchdown pass set the Chiefs back up 33-26.

Allen wasn’t done.

He led a six-play, 75-yard drive in 49 seconds to give Buffalo the lead back. He observed Davis totally open in the end zone for a 19-yard touchdown. The Bills were up 36-33 with 13 seconds left in the game.

All things considered, it was a lot of time for Mahomes.

He tracked down Hill and Kelce on the drive to get ready to allow Harrison Butker the opportunity to tie the game. Butker nailed the 49-yard field to send the game into overtime.

Mahomes completed 33-for-44 with 378 passing yards and three touchdown passes. He had a touchdown each to Hill, Kelce and Byron Pringle.

Allen got done with 329 passing yards with four touchdown passes. Every one of his touchdown passes went to Davis, who got done with eight catches for 201 yards.

Buffalo misses out on a Super Bowl appearance on account of the Chiefs for the second back to back season.

It will be interesting to see whether the overtime rules are tended to or patched up during the offseason.