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Josh Allen completed 28-of-48 passes for 287 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception in the Bills' 38-24, AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.
Allen led the Bills with 88 rushing yards on seven attempts but also absorbed four sacks for a net loss of 53 yards. Allen's first touchdown was a three-yard score to Dawson Knox after a muffed Mecole Hardman punt, and the second was a late six-yarder to Isaiah McKenzie. Allen's 2020 was one for the books, and he's going to get MVP votes after leading the Bills to a 13-3 record and the AFC's No. 2 seed. Allen took major leaps and bounds in his third year, upping his completion rate from 58.8% to 69.2% while completing 396-of-572 throws, attempts 111 more passes than he did a year ago. OC Brian Daboll ran an aggressive pass-first offense, and Allen was electric in it with 4,544 yards and a 37:10 TD:INT mark after posting 20:9 last season. Allen also went 102-421-8 as a runner. He was fantasy's overall QB2 in points per game behind Patrick Mahomes. Allen's arrow is screaming upward with Daboll coming back to Buffalo in 2021. The Bills will be legit Super Bowl contenders if Allen continues his rise.
Added 10:10 pm (EST)
Patrick Mahomes completed 29-of-38 passes for 325 yards and three touchdowns in the Chiefs' 38-24, AFC Championship win over the Bills.
He rushed for five yards on five attempts, and the Chiefs are headed back to the Super Bowl as they look to repeat. This time it will be Tom Brady on the other side, as K.C. squares off with the Bucs in Tampa Bay two weeks from now. Mahoems was totally flawless in this one, completing over 76% of his throws at 8.6 yards per clip. His first touchdown was a three-yard screen to Mecole Hardman. The final two were one- and five-yard hookups with Travis Kelce, with the first coming on an underhanded flip at the goal line. It's always something with Mahomes, who every week proves he's the best player in the sport. Mahomes was 37-of-49 for 462 yards and three touchdowns when the Chiefs faced the Bucs in Week 12.
Added 10:04 pm (EST)
E. Fisher - OT
Chiefs LT Eric Fisher exited Sunday's AFC Championship game against the Bills with an Achilles' injury and will not return.
Fisher's left leg gave out while blocking DE Mario Addison in the fourth quarter. Teammates and coaches consoled Fisher on the sideline after he exited the field, suggesting it's a torn tendon. It would obviously knock Fisher out for the Super Bowl and ruin his offseason. With Fisher out, the Chiefs moved Mike Remmers to left tackle, Stefen Wisniewski to right guard, and Andrew Wylie to right tackle.
Added 9:40 pm (EST)
C. Brate - TE
Cameron Brate caught 3-of-5 targets for 19 yards and a touchdown in the Bucs' NFC Championship Game victory over the Packers.
Brate has out-caught Rob Gronkowski 11-2 this postseason. He is the pass-catching option right now with Gronk cleaning up as a blocker. Brate will still be no higher than fourth on the targets totem pole for Super Bowl LV, and will probably be fifth or sixth.
Added 8:28 pm (EST)
S. Miller - WR
Scotty Miller caught 2-of-3 targets for 36 yards and a touchdown in the Bucs' NFC Championship Game victory over the Packers.
With Antonio Brown (knee) out, Miller got more run, and he responded by scoring a 39-yard touchdown in the dying moments of the first half. For whatever reason, the Packers went to man defense in an obvious zone situation on 4th-and-4 from the Pack's 45-yard line with six seconds remaining. The greatest player in NFL history, Tom Brady, easily spotted what would prove to be the game-winning score. With Brown likely to return for Super Bowl LV, Miller won't be a legitimate DFS consideration.
Added 8:24 pm (EST)
Rob Gronkowski caught a 29-yard pass in the Bucs' NFC Championship Game win over the Packers.
Gronkowski's 29-yard gain on a fourth quarter tight end screen was his lone target. Being asked to bang about as a blocker this postseason, Gronk has taken a pass-catching backseat to Cameron Brate. Gronk will be more name than game as a Super Bowl DFS play.
Added 8:19 pm (EST)
AJ Dillon rushed three times for 17 yards in the Packers' NFC Championship Game loss to the Bucs, adding a 13-yard reception.
The No. 62 overall pick of the draft, Dillon eclipsed 31 yards rushing only once all season. When he did, it was a memorable 21/124/2 Week 16 effort in the snow against Tennessee. Dillon's early-season problem was Aaron Jones' hot play. His late-season problem was the coronavirus, which laid Dillon low for over a month. A truly massive power back, Dillon lived up to his pre-draft billing as a unique talent even if it was less often than expected. With Jones and Jamaal Williams both headed to free agency, there is a good chance 22-year-old Dillon will be the Pack's lead back in 2021, but a lot needs to happen before then.
Added 8:12 pm (EST)
Jamaal Williams rushed seven times for 23 yards in the Packers' NFC Championship Game loss to the Bucs, adding four receptions for 22 additional yards.
Like Aaron Jones, Williams is headed to free agency. Unlike Jones, Williams won't command a pretty penny. Consecutive Packers coaching staffs have fallen in love with a back who gobbles up snaps and holds his own on all three downs. Williams is not a different-making talent, but competency like his cannot be taken for granted from a No. 2 or 3 back. Williams will probably be back with the Pack, but even if Jones departs, it won't be as the No. 1. AJ Dillon is the next man up in this backfield.
Added 8:07 pm (EST)