The Buffalo Bills have already put this past Sunday's game against the Houston Texans behind them and all eyes and focus are on the Kansas City Chiefs, who the Bills play this Sunday night at Arrowhead Stadium.

But on Tuesday night, the Buffalo Bills posted a six-minute video of Josh Allen mic'd up for the Texans game and it's easily one of the best things you will see all week on the internet.

Josh truly loved his teammates and you can tell with the way he talks to them and supports them after every play.

Josh running into the referee was hilarious and he's so apologetic, too! He was just looking up at the big screen to see if he scored a touchdown or not. It sure looked like he did, but the ruling on the field stood after a review.

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The Bills are dealing with some injuries to key starters, especially on defense. Safety Jordan Poyer missed last Sunday's game with an ankle injury, and linebacker Matt Milano left the game with a hamstring injury.

Bills head coach Sean McDermott should be giving the media an update on their status for the Sunday night game at Kansas City. Guard Jon Feliciano also missed the Texans game with a concussion.

The Bills are leading the AFC East with a 3-1 record and can go up two games on the Chiefs if they win on Sunday night.

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