The NFL season is still a ways away, but thankfully gems like The Match have allowed us access to some of our favorite gridiron stars. Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs and Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills teamed up for the golfing event, which blessed fans with an opportunity for them to be on the same side just months after their epic playoff battle.

With Josh Allen’s Bills just 13 seconds away from advancing to the AFC Championship game, Patrick Mahomes willed the Chiefs into a historic comeback to eventually win in overtime – thanks in large part to a favorable coin toss.

Both QBs played their position at the highest level that night, which made the ending that much more memorable for both players. The two spoke candidly about that moment after the conclusion of The Match.

Via Nick Wojton of Bills Wire:

“I take one kind of thing from that moment,” Allen said. “He goes down and overtime he throws the winning touchdown to Travis (Kelce) goes and dabs Travis up and he runs straight to me and finds me and we can have like a little embrace.

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The Chiefs star was a gracious victor, chasing down Josh Allen to show him the respect that he deserved.

Patrick Mahomes revealed that it took being on the losing end of the same scenario against Tom Brady’s New England Patriots that taught him how to handle being on the right side of the scoreboard.

“It was crazy. I mean, the biggest thing, the emotions were high-low. Fortunately, I think for me, I’ve been in a game like that before with this guy,” the Chiefs QB said gesturing to Brady. “And so I’ve been on the other side of when you don’t get the coin toss, go your way, and then you end up losing the game.”

“I learned. Tom came up to me after that game that’s in the locker room came by and said the same type of deal,” the Chiefs star added. “At that moment, I was wanting to congratulate him on a great game.”

Thankfully with the new rules coming into play to assure both teams a shot to score in overtime during the postseason, Josh Allen won’t have to pass on the torch.