Josh Allen fires off hilarious tweet during Chiefs-Bengals coin toss in OT

By , Audacy Sports

The Chiefs were able to hit a field goal in the final minutes of regulation to send the game in overtime. During the ever so crucial coin toss that has decided the outcomes of games in the past, Bills QB Josh Allen had quite possibly the best tweet and may have had some PTSD.

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The Bengals opted to choose heads but once the coin flipped, it landed on tails, giving Kansas City the possession and the first crack at winning the game. This was very similar to what happened just last week at Arrowhead in the Bills-Chiefs game where Kansas City won the coin toss heading into OT and scored a walk-off touchdown to Travis Kelce on their first possession.

Allen didn't have much to say, just responding simply with this.

'Pain', Allen said on his Twitter accout following the coin toss.

Unlike how their game ended last week, Mahomes was not able to find Kelce and threw a brutal interception only 13 seconds into OT which ultimately set up Joe Burrow to drive his team down the field and gave Evan 'Money' McPherson more than enough range to hit a chip shot field goal, sending the Bengals to the Super Bowl for the first time since 1988.

While the moment may still sting for Allen, I'm sure he got a lot of pleasure out of seeing the Chiefs blow an 11 point lead and missing out on a third straight Super Bowl appearance.

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