Patrick Mahomes has only been in the NFL since 2017, but his impact has been felt across the league, especially within the Kansas City Chiefs organization.
He has already thrown for 24,241 regular season passing yards,192 touchdowns, and a career passer rating of 105.7.
Mahomes has also been cool, calm, and collected in the playoffs, adding 3,902 passing yards, 32 touchdowns, and a passer rating of 106.1.
After the Chiefs’ AFC Championship victory over the Cincinnati Bengals, Mahomes passed an NFL legend in the record books.
Patrick Mahomes passed Tom Brady and Big Ben as the youngest QB in NFL history to reach 10 playoff wins 🔥 pic.twitter.com/xjmDnVfL0H
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) February 2, 2023
Mahomes passed both Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger as the youngest quarterback to win 10 playoff games.
He sports a 10-3 record in the playoffs and has gotten his career off to an impressive start.
Many are dubbing Mahomes as the next Brady, although, he has quite a long way to go.
Brady played in the league for 23 seasons.
If Mahomes wants any hope of achieving the greatness that Brady found, he will need to play in the league for at least 10-12 more seasons.
For now, Mahomes is focused on the task at hand, which is next week’s Super Bowl.
This will be Mahomes’ third Super Bowl appearance.
He is currently 1-1 in the Super Bowl and looks to improve his career standings in this particular game.
During the regular season, the Chiefs offense led the league in scoring, although the Philadelphia Eagles were right behind them.
Currently, Mahomes is suffering from a high ankle sprain, and he looked limited in the AFC Championship.
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