Many traits come along with being a great leader.
Integrity, character, and care for one’s teammates are just a few traits that are often attributed to great leadership, especially on an NFL team.
The Kansas City Chiefs have a fantastic leader on their hands, which was evidenced by Patrick Mahomes’ actions after last night’s Super Bowl victory.
Patrick Mahomes spent a good six minutes going around the Kansas City Chiefs locker room as soon as he walked in after the Super Bowl was over and congratulated every single one of his teammates and coaches before finally sitting down at his locker. pic.twitter.com/HEJZxqv6p1
— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) February 13, 2023
After their victory last night, Mahomes recognized the fact that football is truly a team sport.
Yes, he won the MVP award, not only for that game but during the regular season as well, but he couldn’t have done any of that without his teammates.
Mahomes was seen going up to each one of his teammates after the game, congratulating each one of them on their accomplishments.
Although Mahomes was in pain from re-aggravating his injury, he made this a priority, not sitting down until he congratulated everybody.
The Chiefs organization continues to highlight Mahomes as their future.
He is seen as a great teammate and has been nominated for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award as well.
Mahomes’ efforts for the Kansas City area, both on and off the field, have impacted so many in his six-year career thus far.
What’s next for Mahomes and the Chiefs?
This was said to be somewhat of a rebuilding year for the Chiefs, but they went ahead and won the Super Bowl anyway.
If Mahomes can fully heal and rehab his ankle, there is seemingly no limit to what this team can do.NEXT: Chad Henne Had A Special Announcement After Game