dejected Josh Allen called the Bills’ loss to the Chiefs in the divisional round of the playoffs ‘surreal’ as the quarterback entered the offseason earlier than he would’ve hoped.
Allen and the Bills lost 27-24 at home after a late field goal miss from Tyler Bass, marking the third time that the Buffalo passer has lost to his friend and rival Patrick Mahomes in the postseason.’It’s surreal,’ he told reporters on Monday. ‘On the bright side, we woke up this morning, we’re all here.
‘Losing’s never fun. It’s a part of the game… It’s the reason you play this game, because you don’t want to feel this way. But when you do feel this way, it makes winning all that much more special and this isn’t something we’re going to run from. It’s not something we’re going to hide from. We’ve gotta take it on the chin, continue to learn and get better.’
Individually, Allen had a strong game as he completed 26 of 39 passes for a touchdown while adding 72 yards and two scores on the ground.