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The Buffalo Bills were once again unable to make it past the Kansas City Chiefs in the playoffs this year, falling to the Chiefs in the divisional round on Sunday night. But despite the loss, it doesn’t sound like starting quarterback Josh Allen thinks the team is all that far off from reaching their goals.

During his press conference after the game, Josh Allen was asked what kind of changes he thought were necessary for the team to get to the next level. And he seems to think that they won’t need to change much.

“I don’t think it’s a big change,” Allen said according to Pro Football Talk. “I think it’s just, again, we’ve got to find a way to score one more point than they do. And every season, if you don’t win, it’s a failed season. That’s the nature of the business. There’s one happy team at the end of the season, really. And when it’s not you and you’re so close, it sucks.”

Sunday’s loss marks the third time in four years that the Kansas City Chiefs have eliminated the Buffalo Bills from the postseason. We’ll have to see if next season is finally the year that the Bills are able to get over the hump in the AFC.

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