The Kansas City Chiefs appeared to have seized momentum with a fourth-quarter interception that would have given them the chance to move to within one possession of the Buffalo Bills.
...and then then a penalty flag came out.
A play that would have given Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs the ball just shy of midfield was overturned when edge rusher Frank Clark was called for roughing the passer on Josh Allen.
Instead of a turnover, the Bills got to keep the ball and Allen ultimately led them down the field for a touchdown that increased the lead to 38-20, essentially putting the game on ice.
Suffice it to say, Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth weren't the only ones who took exception to the roughing the passer penalty: