In this episode, look back at Sunday's memorable AFC Divisional Round encounter between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs. In a game with a combined 78 points, the Chiefs won this overtime classic 42-36 over the Bills. We take a look at one of the craziest final two-minute stretches in NFL playoff history where both teams combined for 25 points. Buffalo scored two touchdowns, and KC responded with a TD and field goal of its own. After Buffalo went up 36-33, the Bills kickoff went into the end zone for a touchback instead of squibbing and taking up more time. This gave KC two plays at a game-tying field goal. After winning the overtime coin toss, Mahomes found Travis Kelce for the game-winning touchdown - ending an amazing night of football in Kansas City. In this classic quarterback dual, Allen threw for 329 yards and four touchdowns. Mahomes threw for 378 yards and three TDs. Both star passers led their teams in rushing. Bills receiver Gabriel Davis became the first receiver to catch four TDs in any playoff game. Chiefs star Tyreek Hill caught 11 passes for 150 yards and a touchdown. Despite the loss, Josh Allen carried the Bills with nine touchdowns in just two games. We are both amazed he lost with those incredible numbers. We also marvel at the young quarterback talent in the AFC. For KC, the No. 42 has been lucky this January. The Chiefs put up 42 points in their Wild Card win over the Pittsburgh Steelers and matched that number against Buffalo. We conclude this episode by looking at Sunday's AFC Championship Game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Chiefs. We look on how Sunday's weather looks to be pretty mild for January in KC. We also look at how the Chiefs will try and contain Joe Burrow and Ja'Marr Chase. Burrow and Chase connected 11 times for 266 yards and three touchdowns in a 34-31 Bengals win in Week 17.