For Chiefs fans, ‘13 seconds’ now holds special meaning after OT win against Bills

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Usually the two-minute warning tells fans a football game is nearing its end.

Not so Sunday with the Chiefs’ wild 42-36 overtime win over the Buffalo Bills in an AFC Divisional Playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium.

That merely signified the start of a crazy finish.

The teams combined for an amazing 25 points in the final 1 minute, 54 seconds of regulation, and then the Chiefs scored in overtime, too.

“I’ll remember this all my life,” Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes said after the game.

So will Chiefs fans, especially the final 13 seconds of regulation.

Here is what they were saying about the victory and how Mahomes, Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill led the Chiefs 44 yards in just 13 seconds to set up Harrison Butker’s game-tying field goal and force overtime.

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