The National Football League's overtime rules faced renewed scrutiny on Monday in the wake of the Kansas City Chiefs' pulsating 42-36 playoff victory over the Buffalo Bills.

One of the most electrifying postseason games in NFL history came to an abrupt end on Sunday when Travis Kelce snagged a Patrick Mahomes pass at the back of the end zone to leave the Chiefs just one win away from a third straight trip to the Super Bowl.

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