McDermott: 'I wish our execution was different' in those final 13 seconds

Bills head coach Sean McDermott spoke on Tuesday at his end-of-season press conference

The Buffalo Bills lost a heartbreaker to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Round on Sunday, and now comes that painful process of end-of-season press conferences, and looking forward to what comes next.

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Bills head coach Sean McDermott addressed the media on Tuesday after some time to think about Sunday's playoff loss in Kansas City. Right from the start of his conference call, there was one prevailing topic that kept popping up: What happened in those last 13 seconds of regulation while leading by three points?

Like most Bills fans, McDermott has not, and will likely never forget those final moments of regulation.

“I’ve watched it on video, and I’ve watched it over and over in my head a million times, and in my stomach a million more,” he said.

When it came to what actually happened in the dying seconds of the game, McDermott kept it to a simple “execution,” and did not go much more into detail after that.

“I wish our execution was different, just like I said after the game,” he said.

McDermott did, however, give more praise to his starting quarterback Josh Allen during Tuesday's conference call. He believes there aren't many more questions surrounding the fourth-year quarterback in Buffalo.

“He’s answered all those questions.”

You can listen to McDermott’s entire press conference below:

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