NFL Fans go bonkers over missed controversial tripping penalty in Bills-Chiefs game

The rematch between the Buffalo Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs this year took place on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. The match has already given rise to a huge amount of controversy and taken the NFL world by storm. The NFL media and the Bills mafia were enraged on Twitter as the referees missed an obvious tripping penalty on Chiefs defender Chris Jones.

Chris Jones of the Chiefs sacked Bills’ quarterback Josh Allen in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s epic rivalry game. The quarterback immediately leaped to his feet and yelled at the referees, signaling a tripping penalty. He was incensed. Despite the fact that the replay showed a clear instance of tripping, the refs did not throw the flag, leaving the Bills to deal with the lost yardage.

Bills mafias and fans went insane on the internet, ranting around and pointing at the questionable decision of the refs. Following are the reactions from some big-names in the NFL world-

Chiefs fans, however, argued that Jones was held in the first place. Neutrals were caught in between. Although the no call did not have much effect on the final outcome on the match, specially on the Chiefs’ favor.

Despite the frustrating no-call, the Bills recovered the ball and scored on their next drive to take a lead over Kansas City. On their next possession, the Chiefs went three-and-out, which was followed by a 12-play, 76-yard touchdown drive from Buffalo, capped by a 12-yard touchdown pass from Allen to Dawson Knox with 1:04 remaining. On the next drive, Mahomes threw an interception, sealing the Bills’ victory.

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