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Watch: Chiefs Advance on Walk-Off Touchdown by Travis Kelce

It took three plays and 13 seconds for Kansas City’s season to go from life support to thriving. A coin toss and 75 yards later, the Chiefs are headed back to the AFC championship game.

In a game that featured 25 points in the final two minutes of regulation, it was the Chiefs who outlasted the Bills in a shootout for the ages, ending in a 42–36 overtime win. It was the fourth game of the weekend to end on the final play, with Patrick Mahomes finding Travis Kelce for an eight-yard touchdown pass.

Before heading to overtime, Kansas City appeared dead to rights. The Bills took a 36–33 lead with 13 seconds to play on a 19-yard touchdown pass from Josh Allen to Gabriel Davis that seemingly won the game. The score capped a record-breaking performance for Davis, who hauled in eight catches for 201 yards and four scores, the most receiving touchdowns in playoff history.

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But 13 seconds proved to be enough time for Mahomes and company. The former MVP advanced the Chiefs offense 44 yards in two plays to set up a game-tying 49-yard field goal by Harrison Butker. Kansas City won the coin toss in overtime, then scored eight plays later on the Mahomes-to-Kelce connection.

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