The pressure is on for Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen to win and deliver on Sunday night when they host the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Round of the playoffs.  The Chiefs have owned the Bills in the playoffs but this is the first playoff game that will be at Highmark Stadium and not Arrowhead Stadium.  The crowd will be rocking but it all comes down to Josh Allen.  He can't turn the ball over especially in key moments.  Below is my quick take on this as seen in The Times Union:

Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen needs to play the biggest game of his career on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs if the Bills are going to advance. Allen has been very inconsistent this season throwing 18 interceptions which is second most in the NFL. The Chiefs have a better defense than Buffalo so it will come down to which quarterback plays better on the big stage Allen or Patrick Mahomes who has not had a great season either. I give a slight edge to the Bills because they have home field advantage but it will be close.

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The game will certainly be close but we'll see who comes out on top.  Bills Mafia will be ready to go and it's a huge opportunity for Josh Allen to finally beat Patrick Mahomes and get one step closer to reaching his first ever Super Bowl.  Don't forget that you can listen to entire game just like you've been able to all season long right here on 104.5 The Team ESPN Radio.

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