Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills are performing a last-ditch effort to mount a comeback against the Kansas City Chiefs late in the fourth quarter. After struggling mightily to move the ball downfield, Allen delivered a crucial touchdown pass to wide receiver Cole Beasley to cut the lead to 23-17.

Allen has had a hard time delivering passes throughout the contest. He’s completed 14-of-26 passes for 122 yards along with two touchdowns. He’s found success in scrambling for first downs, as he leads the team with 39 rushing yards off seven carries.

Beasley has completed four of his six targets for 45 yards along with his one touchdown. He’s only behind wideout Stefon Diggs for the Bills, who leads the team with 46 receiving yards, catching six of eight targets.

If the Bills are able to put together enough defensive stops, they can perform a comeback, allowing them to move to 5-1 ahead of Week 7. The Chiefs, however, have made that task challenging so far.

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