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Yalla Shoot :Josh Allen’s stunned two-word reaction to Chiefs loss sums up the pain of being a Buffalo Bills fan

Buffalo is the only team in NFL history to lose four consecutive Super Bowls.

The Bills have also become synonymous with the term “wide right,” which means nothing to the vast majority of football devotees but everything to a franchise that still has never won the sport’s biggest game.

As the Chiefs celebrated, the Buffalo Bills were forced to deal with losing in the playoffs again

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As the Chiefs celebrated, the Buffalo Bills were forced to deal with losing in the playoffs againCredit: Getty

After Kansas City moved on to the AFC Championship and Buffalo was forced to process another offseason of pain, Bills quarterback Josh Allen summed it all up on Monday with two concise but powerful words.

“It sucks,” said Allen, following a 27-24 home defeat to Patrick Mahomes’ team.

It was a rewarding but ultimately frustrating season for the Bills, one that in many ways captured the entire existence of a franchise that has one of the best fanbases in the NFL.

In the end, the Bills Mafia madly threw snowballs at Mahomes after having to shovel out snow from a freezing Highmark Stadium.

“Losing sucks,” said a stone-faced Allen, as he gripped his shoulder pads and remained in uniform. “Losing to them, losing to anybody at home sucks.”

Buffalo entered the season as Super Bowl favorites but started 5-5 and was forced to deal with internal drama.

The Bills then finished 6-1 down the stretch and held homefield advantage for a playoff rematch against the Chiefs, who beat them in the “13 seconds” heartbreaker in a previous playoff matchup.

The Bills led Kansas City 17-13 at halftime on Monday and 24-20 entering the fourth quarter.

Josh Allen and the Bills fell short against Kansas City in the final quarter

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Josh Allen and the Bills fell short against Kansas City in the final quarterCredit: Getty
Travis Kelce gives goodbye kiss to Bills Mafia after Buffalo blows another playoff game in Kansas City Chiefs win

Even when the Chiefs took a 27-24 lead, Buffalo had a shot at a 44-yard field goal to tie the contest and force overtime.

Like Scott Norwood’s infamous missed kick in the 1991 Super Bowl, this one from Tyler Bass also sailed wide right.

After Bass’ miss, Allen located the kicker near a tunnel and gave him a hug.

It was the same type of embrace that all Bills fans needed following another painful playoff defeat and another year that ended without a Super Bowl win for Buffalo.

“Ultimately, completely on me,” Bass said. “I feel terrible. I love this team, man. It hurts. This one hurts bad.”

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