Patrick Mahomes owns his behavior after the Kansas City Chiefs lose a big game in Arrowhead to the rival Buffalo Bills

The Kansas City Chiefs thought they had won it against the Buffalo Bills with a Kadarius Toney touchdown in the final minute at Arrowhead on Sunday. Only until they hadn’t, prompting a furious Patrick Mahomes.With the Chiefs trailing 20-17 after Tyler Bass’ go-ahead field goal, Mahomes marched his side downfield before connecting with Travis Kelce, who proceeded to throw a lateral to a wide-open Toney, leaving him clear to walk in for a 49-yard touchdown.

15 as the Bills ran out winners to keep their playoff hopes alive.”It’s the call, and just in that moment, I mean, it’s not even for me; I know how much everybody puts into this game,” said Mahomes afterwards. “For it to happen, for a flag to change the outcome of the game. And that moment, I mean, I’ve played seven years and never had had offensive offsides called. You learn that in elementary school.

“We talked about, pointing to the ref all that different type of stuff, and if it doesn’t get called me, if it does, they warn you. There was no warning throughout the entire game.”And then you wait; there’s a minute left in the game to make a call like that. It’s tough, man. I’m at a loss for words because regardless of whether we win or lose, just at the end of the day, another game, and we’re talking about the refs, Not what we really want in the NFL for football.”

It marked the latest instalment of a frustrating and mistake-ridden season for the Chiefs, who were again marred by key drops from wide receivers alongside Toney’s costly, no matter how marginal, offside error in the closing exchanges.”I’m very disappointed that ended the way it did,” said Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. “And normally I never use this as excuses. I get a warning before something like that happens. It’s a bit embarrassing in the National Football League for that to take place.