Josh Allen might not ever get over his team’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the playoffs last season.
The Buffalo Bills fell to the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime in the AFC playoffs last year. It was a truly heartbreaking defeat for Allen and his Bills teammates.
Allen revealed this week that he’s still not over the loss. Who would be? Allen lost the coin toss in overtime and the rest is history, he told Bussin With The Boys. “Up to that point I think I was 9-0 throughout the season. In our production meeting, it was jinxed, and I was 0-for-2 in that game,” Allen said.
“They brought up that stat, you’re 9-0. . . . I go 0-2 on coin tosses that game. I switched it up, I went heads first and then I went tails at the end, and it was obviously flip-flopped.”
Allen said fans regularly tell him how much they loved that game, but it’s hard for him to be happy about it. “People still come up to me and talk about it.
That’s the game people talk about,” Allen said. “To be a part of it is great, but to be on the losing end of it is not so great. It doesn’t make me feel any better when someone comes up and says, ‘That was the greatest game I’ve ever seen.’ It’s like, we lost.”