The Kansas City Chiefs are riding a wave after their Super Bowl 57 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
While the Chiefs won the game, it wasn’t an easy win for the team.
The game came down to the wire for the team, as quarterback Patrick Mahomes helped lead a comeback late in the game.
With this being the second Super Bowl victory for the Chiefs under Mahomes, it has some asking if there’s a dynasty brewing.
When the question was asked to the MVP quarterback, he said, “I’m not gonna say dynasty yet, we’re not done.”
"I'm not gonna say dynasty yet, we're not done." – @PatrickMahomes #SBLVII pic.twitter.com/qDqqCOCr5O
— NFL (@NFL) February 13, 2023
For the young quarterback, he sees plenty left to accomplish in Kansas City.
Despite having two Super Bowl rings, it takes more to become a dynasty in the NFL.
With quarterback Tom Brady having seven Super Bowl rings, the star quarterback is well behind Brady.
However, six of those wins came from the legendary quarterback’s time with the New England Patriots.
It was there where he created his dynasty with the Patriots.
During his 20-years with the Patriots, he took the team to nine Super Bowls and 13 AFC Championship games.
To Mahomes, this is exactly what an NFL dynasty looks like.
The Super Bowl MVP quarterback has plenty of ground between himself and the legendary quarterback who built a dynasty in New England.
For him to catch up with Brady’s record in New England, he needs six more Super Bowl appearances.
However, he also needs four more Super Bowl wins and eight more AFC Championship game appearances.
With all this work left for him to accomplish, he sees the hill he must climb before the Chiefs can become a dynasty.NEXT: Patrick Mahomes Has Joined An Elite List Of Names