The Buffalo Bills are 5-1 and sit alone atop the AFC standings after their huge 24-20 victory over their non-division rival, the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.

The Bills had many chances to score more points in the first half but had mental mistakes, while the defense played good limiting the Chiefs passing offense; although Travis Kelce had a great day, catching 8 passes for over 100 yards.

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Bills quarterback Josh Allen was terrific and he was at his best when the game was on the line, with a few minutes left in regulation.

Allen led a 76-yard drive that led to a 14-yard Dawson Knox touchdown catch, which ended up being the game-winning score with 1:04 left in the game. He finished the game completing 27 of 40 passes, for 329 yards and three touchdowns.

On that drive, Allen made social media highlight reels again with something he did last October in Kansas City...hurdling a defensive player.

Allen took off on a designed quarterback run on the right side of the field near the sideline during the last drive in the red zone and Allen once again hurdled a Chiefs player -- this time safety Justin Reid.

Two plays later, Allen throws the touchdown pass to Dawson Knox that ended up being the game-winning score.

And just like last year, when Allen jumped over L'Jerius Sneed, this was for a first down and left a huge impression on fans on Twitter.

Allen said after the game that he doesn't plan these jumps and it's something that just happens in a split second -- "just trying to make a play for our team," said Allen.

The Bills are now on a bye week and will next play the Green Bay Packers at Highmark Stadium on October 30th for Sunday Night Football.

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