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Josh Allen’s reaction to another Chiefs’ coin toss win was all of us

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen understands the pain of the Kansas City Chiefs winning the overtime coin toss.

Comebacks have been the theme of the entire 2021 NFL Playoffs, so it is not shocking that the Cincinnati Bengals overcame a 21-3 deficit to take a late lead over the Kansas City Chiefs. Even with the Chiefs threatening in the red zone, the Bengals defense limited them to a field goal, sending things to overtime.

On the coin toss, the Bengals called heads, but it ended up being tails, allowing the Chiefs to began overtime with possession. Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen decided to chime in on Twitter to let the world know that he understands the pain of losing a coin toss at Arrowhead Stadium.

Josh Allen understands pain of losing overtime coin toss to Chiefs

In the Divisional Round, the Bills and Chiefs went to overtime after Kansas City kicked a game-tying field goal after marching down the field with 13-seconds left in regulation. The Chiefs won the coin toss, and quarterback Patrick Mahomes orchestrated a game-winning drive, culminating in a touchdown pass to tight end Travis Kelce.

The Bengals did not have the bad luck that the Bills had. They forced Mahomes to throw an interception to safety Vonn Bell after Eli Apple dropped a surefire pick one play earlier. Joe Burrow and the Bengals offense moved into field goal range with relative ease, allowing rookie Evan McPherson to nail the game-winning field goal. With that, the Bengals are in the Super Bowl for the first time since the 1988 season.

Cincinnati may have faced a similar disadvantage as Buffalo, but their defense was actually able to stop Mahomes.

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