Sunday's loss in the AFC Championship Game to the Kansas City Chiefs was a heartbreaking one for the Buffalo Bills. The 38-24 defeat put an end to an incredible run, and certainly an entertaining 2020 season.
The Bills were quite emotional back in the locker room after the game, as any group would be after its season just ended. Most of the postgame interviews had a somber tone to them, with emotions like disappointment and sadness being quite apparent.
After every matchup throughout the 2020 season, we'd hear from the likes of head coach Sean McDermott and quarterback Josh Allen on the Bills Postgame Show on WGR. In addition, we'd also hear from the likes of safety Micah Hyde, who is one of the many leaders of the group in Buffalo.
Those three, along with defensive end Jerry Hughes, safety Jordan Poyer, center Mitch Morse and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds spoke with the media following the AFC Championship loss in Kansas City.
Check out what they had to say here: