Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen was among the multiple Buffalo Bills players fined on Saturday for “unsportsmanlike conduct” by the National Football League stemming from their actions in the Divisional Round loss to the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday. You can see footage of the initiating behavior from Allen below:
Late in the fourth quarter, Allen threw a football at Chiefs defensive end Alex Okafor after being sacked, which drew further actions from players on both sides. Two of the Bills offensive linemen were also fined as they were protecting Allen and drew fines for their behavior. Allen was fined $15,000, while offensive tackle Dion Dawkins and interior lineman Jon Feliciano were fined $10,000 apiece.
At this point in the game, the Bills were clearly frustrated after falling behind by multiple scores and the fracas that ensued included a punch from Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones, but no fine was levied against any Kansas City players. The Chiefs ended up winning the game by 14 points with a final score of 38-24, their second win over Buffalo in the 2020 season. Allen and the Bills finished with a 13-3 record and playoff wins over the Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens.
Three members of the Bills roster were fined for “unsportsmanlike conduct” against the Chiefs.
The Chiefs are now preparing to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their second consecutive Super Bowl appearance after claiming the Lamar Hunt Trophy last Sunday with their status as the best team in the AFC. Super Bowl LV is scheduled for Sunday, February 7 with kickoff at 5:30 p.m. C.T.