The Buffalo Bills are on a roll with a three-game winning streak.
More importantly, they defeated their bitter rival, the Kansas City Chiefs, for their fifth victory in six games.
It was another nip-and-tuck affair as the Bills and the Chiefs fought until the end.
Could this victory turn the tide for the Bills in what has been a one-sided rivalry as of late?
Only the Bills hold the answer to that question.
What’s certain is that quarterback Josh Allen is doing everything to help his team succeed, even hurdling over a Kansas City defender.
Josh Allen last 3 games vs Chiefs
973 Pass Yards
10 Pass TD
129.6 Passer Rating pic.twitter.com/UegtrRabof
— NFL on CBS 🏈 (@NFLonCBS) October 16, 2022
NFL on CBS shared Allen’s stats in his last three games against the Chiefs.
The former Wyoming standout has 973 yards, 10 passing touchdowns, and zero interceptions.
Those numbers give him a 129.6 passer rating.
In their 2022 Week 6 victory over the Chiefs, Allen had 27 completions out of 40 attempts for 329 yards and three touchdowns.
He also added 32 rushing yards, including that 16-yard run that set up Dawson Knox‘s game-winning touchdown catch.
That victory also made Allen the first quarterback to defeat Mahomes twice at Arrowhead Stadium.
Allen also tied Jim Kelly for career 300-yard, three-touchdown games with 12.
The Chiefs Still Own Allen In The Postseason
While Allen and the Bills defeated the Chiefs for the second consecutive year, they cannot get a breakthrough against Kansas City in the playoffs.
The Chiefs defeated them in the 2020 AFC Championship Game to play in their second straight Super Bowl.
Meanwhile, Kansas City also eliminated the Bills during last season’s Divisional Round.
The Chiefs needed just 13 seconds to force overtime and win the game with a pass from Mahomes to Travis Kelce.