Patrick Mahomes might be the NFL’s best quarterback, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t human. Despite everything he’s accomplished in his young career thus far, the Kansas City Chiefs superstar has an appropriate perspective about how much further he has to go.
During Super Bowl Opening Night, Mahomes was asked about his past Big Game experiences and what he’s looking for from Sunday’s matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles. Mahomes first shared a frank answer about what it meant to him to win Super Bowl 54 before feeling the “sting” from Super Bowl 55.
It’s not exactly an answer you’d expect from the face of the league, but it is refreshing to hear from an elite football player nonetheless:
It’s been over two years since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers snatched away Mahomes’ last shot at a title. If he’s still thinking about it and channeling the energy of that defeat — the Eagles better watch out on Sunday.
There are few things scarier than an angry Mahomes firing on all cylinders.
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