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The Kansas City Chiefs lost to the Buffalo Bills in painful fashion on Sunday.

Just over a minute to play, Bills leading 20-17. Patrick Mahomes connects with Travis Kelce on a deep pass, then the star tight end tosses a lateral to Kadarius Toney, who runs in for the go-ahead touchdown.

Expect, it didn’t count. Toney was lined up offsides before the snap, and the play was called back. The Chiefs failed to score and lost the game, dropping to 8-5 on the season.

When the Chiefs returned to the sideline after the unsuccessful drive, the reigning MVP went ballistic. Mahomes slammed his helmet and was held back by teammates as he screamed at referees. He continued to voice his displeasure in postgame comments — with head coach Andy Reid expressing similar frustration — and now the league is investigating, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported.

Rapoport added that while Mahomes and Reid’s comments will be reviewed, on-field yelling at officials and on-field comments while cameras were rolling could be the larger issue. Questioning the integrity of referees has long been frowned upon by the NFL, Rapoport said.

After Mahomes’ sideline blow-up, he continued making comments while shaking hands with Bills players after the final whistle. The video and audio were captured by Thad Brown of WROC-TV.