The final score of Bills vs. Chiefs, results: KC wins thriller OT, wins fourth AFC championship in a row
The captain is heading for the 2022 AFC Championship match after a thrilling 42-36 extra-time win over the Bills in the division round on Sunday night in Kansas City, Mo.
All four divisional matches this weekend are determined in the final inning of the game, but the Captains are the only home team to win and the only team to win by one touch. the ball, not the goal on the field.
The last four regulatory moves produced a total of 25 points in the final two minutes: touch down bill and switch 2 points, touch down Chiefs, touch down bill, Chiefs field target. The Bills took a three-point lead with 13 seconds remaining, but the Captain quickly went into range as Patrick Mahomes connected with Tyreek Hill to complete 19 yards and Travis Kelce in a 25-yard run. Harrison Butker’s 49-yard goal sent the game into injury time. This was atonement for Butker, who missed a 50-yard scoring attempt and an extra kick earlier in the game.
Mahomes’ and Josh Allen’s tweets on Sunday were extremely similar. Mahomes finished with 378 yards and three touchdowns, while Allen finished with 329 yards and four touchdowns. Mahomes dashed for 69 yards and a touch of the ball, while Allen had 68 yards.
Wide bill recipient Gabriel Davis set an NFL single-game playoff record with four touchdowns. He scored all four of the Bills’ touchdowns and finished with 201 picks.
The captains will host the Bengals next Sunday afternoon in the AFC championship game. This will be the 4th consecutive time Kansas City won the AFC championship.
Sporting News has followed live updates and highlights from the Bills vs. Chiefs on Sunday. Read below for the full results from the 2022 NFL division knockout game.
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Bills Score vs. Chiefs
Live updates Bills vs. Chiefs, highlights from the NFL knockouts
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End of game: Chiefs 42, Bills 36
9:55pm – TOUCH, Mature. Kelce caught an eight-yard pass to touch the ball and win. Chief 42, Invoice 36.
9:54 pm – Hardman dashed 26 yards to the Bills’ 8-meter mark. Chiefs are now set up for Objective 1 – & -.
9:53 pm – The Chiefs entered Bills territory after Hardman had advanced 16 yards. The Chiefs need an encounter to win the game.
9:51 pm – If the captain wins, he flips a coin and gets the ball first. Kelce knocked out the captains first, sending them into their own 44-yard line.
End of regulations: Chief 36, Bills 36
9:45 p.m. – REGION GOAL, Maturity. Butker made a 49-yard goal to end the game when the regulation ended. The game is approaching overtime. Chief 36, Invoice 36.
9:44 pm – Kelce advanced 25 yards to put the Captain in range of goal.
9:42 pm – Hill advanced 19 yards to bring the Captain closer to goal. They are on their own 44-yard line with eight seconds remaining.
9:39 pm – TOUCHDOWN, BILLS. Davis scored his fourth touchdown, this time with a 19-yard catch. Davis became the first player in playoff history to have four encounters. The captain will receive the ball when there are 13 seconds left. Bill of exchange 36, Chief 33.
9:38 pm – Emmanuel Sanders caught a 16-yard pass to bring the Bills to the 19-yard line with 17 seconds left.
9:35 pm – Allen threw a long pass to Davis, who then advanced a total of 28 yards. The bill of exchange is above the 47 yard mark with 49 seconds to go.
9:32 pm – TOUCHDOWN, Mature. Hill scored a touchdown at 64 yards to put the Captain back in the lead with one minute left in the game. Chief 33, Invoice 29.
9:31 pm – Kelce catches an 11-yard pass that puts a Captain down first.
9:26 pm – TOUCHDOWN, BILLS. Davis was wide open to receive a 27-yard touchdown pass from Allen. The two-point transition is fine, captured by Stefon Diggs. Invoice 29, Switchboard 26.
9:22 pm – Singletary was knocked down for losing seven yards. The Bills are now at the 27-yard line on day 4 – & – 13 with two minutes left in the game.
9:19 pm – The bill switched from fourth down after Allen ran six yards. The Chiefs’ defenders couldn’t stop him. The bill of exchange is on the 24 yard line.
9:12 pm – Allen ran nine yards to keep the Bills’ track alive when the game was 5:23. He currently has 53 yards of dash. The bill of exchange is above the 48 yard mark.
9:05 pm – REGIONAL GOAL, Maturity. The chiefs go three and-in though starting near the end area. Butker made a goal from 38 yards. Director 26, Invoice 21.
9:01 pm – In the return leg, Hill ran 45 yards to the Bills’ 16-yard line. Hill was eventually defeated by Matt Haack.
8:58 pm – Allen was fired by Jarren Reed in third place for being five yards behind. Bills poke the ball.
8:55 pm – Davis caught a 17-yard pass from Allen to open the way for them.
Gabriel Davis had 78 career receptions (including post-season) tonight, 63 of which were relegated to 1/TD by @PFF
Tonight he got 4 catches, 3 of them got TD/1
Look out for more Sanders, Beasley, McKenzie departures next season
– Mike Manning (@_Mike_Manning) January 24, 2022
8:52 pm – The captain pokes the ball after not reaching the goal.
End of the third quarter: Code Chief 23, Invoice 21
8:45 pm – Mahomes rushed six yards. This was his first run after he broke the one-game record for dash yards with 63. Now he has 69 after this game.
Patrick Mahomes has a new career-high 63-yard singles game (and counting), including knockouts
The only other game of his career with more than 60 yards of peak was the Week 5 meeting with the Bills, when he had 61
– NFL Research (@NFLResearch) January 24, 2022
8:40pm – TOUCHDOWN, BILLS. In the first play of the Bills drive, Allen threw a long pass for Davis to encounter at 75 yards. It took the Bills 10 seconds to score this touchdown. Director 23, Invoice 21.
8:36 pm – TOUCH, Mature. Mecole Hardman runs 25 yards for a touchdown. However, the extra point is not good. Chief 23, Invoice 14.
8:35 pm – Edwards-Helaire ran 20 yards to place the Head of Department on the 25-yard mark of the Bill.
8:29 pm – On 4 – & – 1, the Bills decided to vote instead of converting. This is their third match of the night.
8:23 p.m. – REGION TARGET, Maturity. Butker just barely produced a goal on the 39-yard field to put the Chiefs ahead. Chief 17, Invoice 14.
8:19 pm – McKinnon advanced 20 yards to the Bills 20 yard mark. He leads in total yards to date with 57.
8:16 pm – McKinnon got his first goal of the half after plunging three yards into third place.
End of the second quarter: Invoice 14, Invoice 14
20:00 – Harrison Butker missed an attempt to score at 50 yards when time ran out.
7:56 pm – Kelce catches an eight-yard pass to put the Captain in range on the Bills’ 32-yard line.
7:54 pm – Hill advanced 26 yards to place the Chiefs above the Bills’ 44-yard line. The Chiefs were about six yards from goal.
7:50pm – TOUCHDOWN, BILLS. Gabriel Davis received an 18-yard pass from Allen and pushed it into the box. The match ended with 37 seconds remaining in the round. Bill of Exchange 14, Chief Secretary 14.
7:46 pm – Cole Beasley completed the longest Bills level in the game at 24 yards. The Bills are on their own 49-yard line with a minute and a half remaining.
7:42pm – TOUCH, Mature. Bryon Pringle caught a two-yard pass from Mahomes to face off, giving the Captain the first game lead. Chief 14, Invoice 7.
7:36 pm – Mahomes was fired by Ed Oliver for losing seven yards. The captains are still in place for Goal 2 – & -.
7:32 pm – Clyde Edwards-Helaire is back and has been defeated by the Chiefs for the fourth time in a row. He ran 22 yards to the Bills’ 21-yard line.
7:31 pm – Mahomes throws a first down pass to Travis Kelce at 21 yards.
7:28 pm – The Bill of Exchange also goes three and out.
7:20 pm – The chiefs go three and out.
7:15 pm – BIlls beat for the first time in a whole season after Allen was fired. Last week, the Bills played the entire game without a bet.
7:12 pm – Allen added up his dashing yard total after running 14 yards for the first knockdown.
End of the first quarter: Invoice 7, Invoice 7
7:08 pm – On the third downhill, Stefon Diggs caught a five-yard pass to keep the Bills’ track alive.
7:01 pm – TOUCH, Mature. Mahomes has a spectacular first drive, ending it with a tap down. He ran eight yards for the touchdown. He completed the lap with 49 javelins, the most in a single drive of his career. Chief 7, Invoice 7.
6:59 pm – Mahomes ran another first downhill, this time seven yards. The Chiefs are on the 13-yard line of the Bills.
6:57 pm – Mahomes ran 34 yards for a huge first fall. This is the biggest playthrough of the game to date.
6:56 pm – Jerick McKinnon helps the Chiefs have their first failed attempt after Patrick Mahomes escapes being fired.
6:49 pm – TOUCHDOWN, BILLS. Singletary signed the deal for the Bills’ open, scoring a fourth-place kill. The race lasted nearly seven minutes with 13 plays. Invoice 7, Head of Department. 0.
6:46 pm – Singletary ran his third first down the road, this time 15 yards.
Devin Singletary has been a monster on this opening ride. Allen checked on him and he walked 15 yards. #Bill in the red area. 22 TD in the last 30 trips.
– Matt Parrino (@MattParrino) January 23, 2022
6:43 pm – Josh Allen moved in fourth after running 10 yards.
6:40 pm – The Bills received the first ball in the final split game in this year’s knockouts. The Bills’ first inning took the lead after Devin Singletary ran 13 yards.
Bills start time vs Chiefs
- Day: Sunday, January 23
- Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
Game Bills vs. The Chiefs will begin at 6:30 p.m. ET at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
Which channel is the Bills vs. Chiefs channel today?
- Channel: CBS
- Live broadcast: Paramount +, fuboTV
The Bills vs Chiefs match will be broadcast nationally on CBS with announcers Jim Nantz and Tony Romo and Tracy Wolfson on the sidelines.
For those looking to stream the match live, CBS will develop the game on its streaming platform, Paramount+. You can also stream NFL matches online with fuboTV, offers a free trial.
In Canada, viewers can watch Bills vs. Chiefs when signing up for DAZN, which includes every NFL game .
NFL 2022 playoff schedule
Saturday, January 22
|Bengals 19, Titans 16||4:30 p.m. ET||CBS||Paramount +, fuboTV|
|49ers 13, packing house 10||8:15 p.m. ET||fox||fuboTV|
Sunday, January 23
|Rams 30, Buccaneers 27||3 p.m. ET||NBC||Peacock, fuboTV|
|Chief 42, Bills 36 (OT)||6:30 p.m. ET||CBS||Paramount +, fuboTV|
Sunday, January 30
|Bengals vs. Chiefs||3:05 p.m. ET||CBS||Paramount +, fuboTV|
|49ers vs Rams||6:40 p.m. ET||fox||Fox Sports app, fuboTV|
Super Bowl 56
Sunday, February 13
|Super Bowl 56||6:30 p.m. ET||NBC||NBC Sports App, fuboTV|