Bills' Josh Allen fined $15,000 after AFC Championship conflict: report

Josh Allen and two other Buffalo Bills players were fined by the NFL for a week ago's final quarter conflict including Kansas City Chiefs' protective end Alex Okafor that started with the quarterback tossing the football in reprisal to a late hit.

Bills' Josh Allen fined $15,000 after AFC Championship conflict: report Josh Allen and two other Buffalo Bills players were fined by the NFL for a week ago's final quarter conflict including Kansas City Chiefs' protective end Alex Okafor that started with the quarterback tossing the football in reprisal to a late hit. Allen was fined $15,000 for unsportsmanlike direct for flicking the ball at Okafor's face subsequent to getting sacked with simply barely three minutes left in the AFC Championship, the NFL Network revealed. With the Bills' destiny practically fixed at 38-21on fourth down, Allen withdrew 15 yards prior to getting handled by Okafor similarly as the whistle was blown. Allen, accepting the hit to be late, flicked the ball at Okafor's face while still on the ground. Okafor immediately charged at Allen however was halted by monitor Jon Feliciano and hostile tackle Dion Dawkins. Snap HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Every player was likewise hit with a punishment and both were fined $10,000 for their job. While Okafor was given a punishment during the game, he was not fined by the group. The Chiefs progressed to Super Bowl LV where they will take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers next Sunday with the expectations of accomplishing consecutive titles while the Bills will utilize this present season's triumphs and disappointments as "fuel" for one year from now. LICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP "Each game circumstance that you're in, you learn something. This one won't be fun looking after, it's dreadful falling a game shy of the Super Bowl," Allen said after the game. "It will fuel us, I have no doubt as far as I can tell that we will be back."

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