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Patrick Mahomes
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Mahomes before a game in 2021
No. 15 – Kansas City Chiefs
Position:Quarterback
Personal information
Born: (1995-09-17) September 17, 1995 (age 28)
Tyler, Texas, U.S.
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight:225 lb (102 kg)
Career information
High school:Whitehouse (Whitehouse, Texas)
College:Texas Tech (2014–2016)
NFL draft:2017 / Round: 1 / Pick: 10
Career history
Roster status:Active
Career highlights and awards
NFL records
  • Career playoff passer rating (minimum 150 attempts): 105.8[1]
  • Career passing yards per game (minimum 1,500 attempts): 296.1[2]
  • Passing touchdowns in a single postseason: 11 (2021) (tied)[3]
Career NFL statistics as of Week 18, 2023
Passing attempts:3,590
Passing completions:2,386
Completion percentage:66.5%
TDINT:219–63
Passing yards:28,424
Passer rating:103.5
Player stats at PFR

Patrick Lavon Mahomes II[4] (/məˈhmz/;[5] born September 17, 1995) is an American football quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL). Mahomes has led the Chiefs to six consecutive AFC Championship Game appearances and four Super Bowl appearances since becoming the team's starting quarterback in 2018. He is one of five quarterbacks in NFL history to win three or more Super Bowls as a starter.[6][7] Mahomes's career accolades through seven seasons in the NFL have earned him widespread praise from sports journalists, and he is considered to be one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history.[8][9][10]

Mahomes played college football and baseball at Texas Tech University. Following his sophomore year, he quit baseball to focus solely on football. In his junior year, he led all NCAA Division I FBS players in multiple categories including passing yards (5,052) and total touchdowns (53). He was selected 10th overall by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2017 NFL draft. Mahomes spent his rookie season as the backup to Alex Smith. He was named the starter in 2018 after the Chiefs traded Smith to the Washington Redskins. That season, Mahomes threw for 5,097 yards, 50 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions. He became the only quarterback in history to throw for more than 5,000 yards in a single season in both college and in the NFL. He joined Peyton Manning as the only players in NFL history to throw for 5,000 yards and 50 passing touchdowns in the same season.[11] For his performance in his first season as starter, he was named to the Pro Bowl, named first-team All-Pro, and won the NFL Offensive Player of the Year and NFL Most Valuable Player awards. Mahomes is one of four black quarterbacks to win the AP MVP award.[a][12]

In the 2019 season, Mahomes led the Chiefs to Super Bowl LIV, their first Super Bowl appearance in 50 years, where they defeated the San Francisco 49ers.[13] Mahomes was awarded the Super Bowl MVP for his performance, the second black quarterback and youngest overall to do so.[b][14] He is also the third African-American quarterback to win a Super Bowl.[c] In 2020, Mahomes signed a 10-year contract extension worth $477 million with another $26 million in potential bonuses, for a total of $503 million, making it the fourth-largest known contract in sporting history.[16][17] The year after signing his contract, he led the Chiefs to their second consecutive Super Bowl appearance, but they lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV. In the 2022 season, Mahomes won his second career NFL MVP and his second Super Bowl MVP in Super Bowl LVII over the Philadelphia Eagles, becoming the first player to win NFL MVP and Super Bowl MVP in the same year since Kurt Warner in 1999, and joined Tom Brady and Joe Montana as the only quarterbacks to win multiple regular season and Super Bowl MVPs.[18][19] In the 2023 season, he advanced to Super Bowl LVIII, his fourth Super Bowl appearance in five seasons, where he defeated the 49ers in a rematch of Super Bowl LIV. With three Super Bowl wins in five seasons, many consider this a dynasty.[20]

Early life

Mahomes was born on September 17, 1995, in Tyler, Texas.[21] His father is Pat Mahomes, a former Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher,[22] and his mother is Randi Martin.[23] Mahomes has a younger brother, Jackson, who is a social media influencer.[24][25][26] Mahomes's parents divorced in 2006.[23] His half-brother through his father, Graham Walker, plays football at Brown.[27] He is also the godson of former MLB pitcher LaTroy Hawkins, who was his father's teammate on the Minnesota Twins.[28]

Mahomes is biracial.[29] His father is Black[30] and his mother is White.[29]

Mahomes attended Whitehouse High School in Whitehouse, Texas.[31] He played football, baseball, and basketball.[32] Mahomes believes that training in pitching and playing basketball improved his quarterback skills.[33] In football, he had 4,619 passing yards, 50 passing touchdowns, 948 rushing yards, and 15 rushing touchdowns as a senior in high school. In baseball, he threw a no-hitter with 16 strikeouts in a game his senior year.[34] He was named the Maxpreps Male Athlete of the Year for 2013–2014.[35]

Mahomes was rated by Rivals.com as a three-star football recruit and was ranked as the 12th best dual-threat quarterback in his class. He received offers from Texas Tech, Rice, and Houston.[36] He committed to Texas Tech University.[37] Mahomes was also a top prospect for the 2014 Major League Baseball draft, but was not expected to be selected high due to his commitment to Texas Tech.[38][39][40] He was selected by the Detroit Tigers in the 37th round of the 2014 MLB Draft, but did not sign a contract.[41]

College career

Mahomes passing on the field
Mahomes at Texas Tech in 2014

Freshman

Mahomes entered his freshman season at Texas Tech as a backup to Davis Webb.[42] He saw his first career action against Oklahoma State after Webb left the game with an injury, completing two of five passes for 20 yards for one touchdown and an interception.[43] After Webb was again injured, Mahomes started his first career game against Texas.[44] He completed 13 of 21 passes for 109 yards in the game.[45] Mahomes remained the starter for the season's final three games. Against Baylor, he threw for a Big 12 freshman record 598 yards with six touchdowns and one interception.[46] For the season, he passed for 1,547 yards, 16 touchdowns, and four interceptions.[47]

Mahomes split time with the Texas Tech baseball team, where he was a relief pitcher.[48][49]

Sophomore

Mahomes began his sophomore season at Texas Tech as the starting quarterback. Mahomes helped lead the Red Raiders to a 7–6 season with numerous productive outings throughout the season.[50] He recorded ten games going over 350 passing yards, including four games going over 400. He passed for at least three touchdowns in eight of the games, including a five-touchdown performance against Iowa State on October 10.[51] Overall, in the 2015 season, he led the Big 12 Conference with 364 pass completions on 573 attempts for 4,653 yards, 36 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions.[52][53]

Mahomes appeared in three games as a baseball player, recording no hits in two at bats, and three runs allowed, as a pitcher.[54]

Junior

Prior to the start of the 2016 season, Mahomes announced that he was leaving baseball to focus on football.[48]

Mahomes had a very productive junior season. In the month of September alone, Mahomes passed for 18 touchdowns to three interceptions while rushing for four touchdowns. He averaged 442.5 passing yards per game that month, which included a 540-yard game against Arizona State in the Red Raiders' second game.[55] Mahomes started the month of October with 504 passing yards, two passing touchdowns, and three rushing touchdowns in a losing effort to Kansas State.[56] On October 22, Mahomes set multiple NCAA, Big 12, and school records in a 66–59 loss to Oklahoma at home. Mahomes broke the NCAA FBS records for single-game total offense with 819 yards. He tied the NCAA record for single game passing yards with 734. He fell one short of the record for most attempts at 88. Overall, the game set NCAA records for most combined yards of total offense with 1,708 combined passing yards, and total offense by two players (the other was Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield).[57] The 125 combined points are the second most all time involving ranked teams.[57] Following the Oklahoma game, the Red Raiders defeated TCU before dropping three consecutive games to finish outside bowl eligibility with a 5–7 record. In his final game with Texas Tech, Mahomes finished with 586 passing yards and six touchdowns in a 54–35 victory over Baylor.[58]

Mahomes finished the season leading the country in yards per game (421), passing yards (5,052), total offense (5,312), points responsible for (318), and total touchdowns (53).[59] For his performance, he was awarded the Sammy Baugh Trophy, given annually to the nation's top college passer, joining head coach Kliff Kingsbury, Graham Harrell, and B. J. Symons as other Red Raiders to have won the award.[60] He was named an Academic All-America second team by the College Sports Information Directors of America.[61]

Mahomes announced on January 3, 2017, that he would forgo his last year of college eligibility and enter the NFL draft.[62]

College statistics

Season Team GP Cmp Att Pct Yds TD Int QBR
2014 Texas Tech 7 105 185 56.8 1,547 16 4 151.2
2015 Texas Tech 13 364 573 63.5 4,653 36 15 147.2
2016 Texas Tech 12 388 591 65.7 5,052 41 10 157.0
Career 32 857 1,349 63.5 11,252 93 29 152.0

Professional career

Pre-draft

Mahomes was projected to be a first or second round pick by the majority of analysts and scouts.[63] During the throwing drills at the NFL Scouting Combine, his passes were clocked at 60 mph, tying Logan Thomas and Bryan Bennett for the fastest pass ever recorded there.[64] Mahomes was ranked second best quarterback by SI.com,[65] third by ESPN,[66] and fourth by NFLDraftScout.com.[67] Representatives from 28 NFL teams attended his pro day at Texas Tech. He became one of the fastest rising prospects during the draft process and had 18 private workouts and official team visits, the most for any prospect in 2017.[68] Among the coaches that he had workouts and visits with were the Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton, Cincinnati Bengals quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor, and coaches from the Los Angeles Chargers, Cleveland Browns, Chicago Bears, and Pittsburgh Steelers.[69]

External videos
video icon Patrick Mahomes's NFL Combine workout
video icon Patrick Mahomes's 40-yard dash
video icon Mahomes's NFL Combine Press Conference
video icon Mahomes's Texas Tech Pro Day workout
Pre-draft measurables
Height Weight Arm length Hand span 40-yard dash 10-yard split 20-yard split 20-yard shuttle Three-cone drill Vertical jump Broad jump Wonderlic
6 ft 2 in
(1.88 m)
225 lb
(102 kg)
33+14 in
(0.84 m)
9+14 in
(0.23 m)
4.80 s 1.65 s 2.80 s 4.08 s 6.88 s 30 in
(0.76 m)
9 ft 6 in
(2.90 m)
24[70]
All values from NFL Combine[63][71]
External videos
video icon Chiefs select Mahomes 10th overall
video icon Mahomes received call from Chiefs

2017 season

Mahomes smiling
Mahomes in 2017

The Kansas City Chiefs selected Mahomes in the first round (10th overall) of the 2017 NFL draft.[72] The Chiefs, originally slated to have the 27th overall selection, traded up in the draft with the Buffalo Bills for the 10th overall selection. The Chiefs traded their first round pick and a third round pick in 2017, and the Chiefs' first round pick in the 2018 NFL draft for the selection.[73] He was the first quarterback selected by the Chiefs in the first round since selecting Todd Blackledge seventh overall in the 1983 NFL draft.[74] On July 20, 2017, the Chiefs signed Mahomes to a guaranteed four-year, $16.42 million contract that included a signing bonus of $10.08 million.[75]

The Chiefs announced on December 27 that, with a playoff spot and the fourth seed in the playoffs secured, they would rest starter Alex Smith and give Mahomes his first career start in their week 17 game against the Broncos.[76] Mahomes played most of the game and helped lead the Chiefs to a 27–24 win, completing 22 of 35 passes for 284 yards and one interception.[77]

2018 season

On January 30, 2018, the Chiefs announced they had agreed to trade Smith to the Washington Redskins, elevating Mahomes as starting quarterback.[78] In his first game as the Chiefs starting quarterback, the Chiefs beat the division rival Chargers by a score of 38–28.[79] Mahomes threw for 256 yards and four touchdowns with no interceptions and a 127.5 passer rating and was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week.[80] His first career touchdown came on a 58-yard pass to wide receiver Tyreek Hill in the first quarter.[81]

The following week against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Mahomes threw for 326 yards, six touchdowns, no interceptions, and a passer rating of 154.8. After throwing his fifth touchdown in the game, he broke the NFL record for most touchdown passes in a quarterback's first three career games. His sixth touchdown pass broke the NFL record for touchdown passes in a season's first two weeks.[82] For his performance against the Steelers, Mahomes won his second consecutive AFC Offensive Player of the Week award, the first quarterback since Tom Brady in 2011 to start the season with back-to-back player of the week awards.[83] Mahomes was named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for September.[84]

Mahomes' locker, filled with gear
Mahomes's locker at Arrowhead Stadium

In week 4, against the Broncos on Monday Night Football, he passed for 304 yards and a touchdown and had one rushing touchdown in the 27–23 comeback victory.[85] In week 6, against the New England Patriots, he passed for 352 yards, four touchdowns, and two interceptions in a 43–40 loss on Sunday Night Football.[86] In the following game, Mahomes and the Chiefs bounced back with a 45–10 victory over the Bengals. In the victory, he passed for 358 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception.[87] In the next game, a 30–23 win over the Denver Broncos, Mahomes recorded a third consecutive game with four passing touchdowns on 303 passing yards and one interception.[88] During Monday Night Football against the Los Angeles Rams in week 11, Mahomes finished with 478 passing yards, six touchdowns, and three interceptions as the Chiefs lost 54–51.[89] His 478 passing yards were the most for a single game by any quarterback for the 2018 season.[90]

Following an 89-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Demarcus Robinson in a week 17 game against the Oakland Raiders, Mahomes became the second quarterback in NFL history to throw for 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns.[91] Additionally, he became one of seven players in NFL history with 5,000 passing yards in a season.[92] He finished second in passing yards to Ben Roethlisberger.[93] He became the first Chief since Len Dawson in 1966 to lead the league in passing touchdowns.[11] He helped lead the Chiefs to a 12–4 record and their third straight division title.[94]

On January 12, 2019, the Chiefs defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31–13 in the Divisional Round, giving the Chiefs their first home playoff win since the 1993 season.[95] Mahomes threw for 278 yards with no interceptions and rushed for one touchdown.[96] The win allowed the Chiefs to host the first AFC Championship held at Arrowhead Stadium. Mahomes passed for 295 yards and three touchdowns, but the Chiefs lost to the Patriots in overtime 37–31.[97]

Mahomes's performance for the season earned multiple awards. He was named to the 2019 Pro Bowl, he was named First Team All–Pro,[98] 2019 Best NFL Player ESPY Award, and was named Kansas City Club 101 Awards AFC Offensive Player of the Year.[99] He was also named the NFL MVP, the first winner for the Chiefs in franchise history.[100] He was ranked as the fourth-best player by his peers on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2019.[101]

2019 season

Mahomes jogging onto the field of play
Patrick Mahomes in a game against the Tennessee Titans

Playing against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the season opener, Mahomes threw for 378 yards and three touchdowns despite star receiver Tyreek Hill's injury in the first quarter and Mahomes's second quarter ankle sprain.[102] In week 2 against the Raiders, Mahomes threw for 278 yards and four touchdowns in the second quarter alone, the most passing yards in any quarter since 2008. Mahomes finished the game with 443 yards[103] and was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week.[104] For the second consecutive season, Mahomes was named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for September after leading the Chiefs to a 4–0 start (10 passing touchdowns with no interceptions).[105] Mahomes dislocated his patella in week 7 against the Denver Broncos.[106] The following day, an MRI revealed no significant structural damage. He was initially expected to miss at least three weeks.[107] He returned two weeks later against the Tennessee Titans, throwing for 446 yards and three touchdowns, losing 35–32.[108] Mahomes ran for a career-high 59 yards, but threw for a career-low (for games he finished) 182 yards in the Chiefs' week 11 victory over the Chargers.[109] In a week 16 win over the Bears on Sunday Night Football, Mahomes celebrated by counting to 10 on his fingers, alluding to the fact that he was the 10th overall pick in the 2017 draft and that the Bears could have drafted him with the second pick instead of Mitchell Trubisky.[110] He finished the season with 4,031 yards and 26 touchdowns with only five interceptions.[111] He helped lead the Chiefs to their second consecutive 12–4 record and first round bye, as well as their fourth consecutive division title.[112] He was selected to the 2020 Pro Bowl, though he did not play due to his participation in Super Bowl LIV.[113]

In the Divisional Round against the Houston Texans, the Chiefs faced a 24–0 deficit early in the second quarter. The Chiefs then went on a 51–7 run, including 41 unanswered points, to win 51–31. Mahomes threw for 321 yards and five touchdowns and rushed for 53 yards.[114] In their second AFC Championship, facing the Titans, Mahomes threw for three touchdowns and rushed for a 27-yard touchdown, the second longest run of his career and longest in the playoffs. He sparked a comeback from 17–7 in the second quarter to a 35–24 victory.[115] The Chiefs made their first Super Bowl appearance since Super Bowl IV in 1970.[115] In Super Bowl LIV, the Chiefs trailed 20–10 against the San Francisco 49ers in the fourth quarter with 8:53 remaining. It was their third straight game facing a 10+ point deficit. With just over 7 minutes to play, a successful 49ers challenge of a completed catch left the Chiefs facing 3rd and 15 on their own 35-yard-line. Mahomes asked his coaching staff to call the play Jet Chip Wasp, and successfully completed a deep pass to Tyreek Hill for 44 yards. This shifted momentum towards the Chiefs, who in the remaining minutes of the game went on a 21–0 run, securing their first Super Bowl victory in 50 years. Mahomes threw for 286 yards and two touchdowns, with two interceptions, and rushed for another 29 yards and touchdown run and was named Super Bowl MVP.[116] He was the youngest quarterback and third-youngest player in NFL history to earn the award.[117] He was ranked fourth by his fellow players on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2020.[118]

2020 season

On April 30, 2020, the Chiefs picked up the fifth-year option on Mahomes's contract.[119] On July 6, he signed a ten-year extension worth $477 million with another $26 million in potential bonuses for a total of $503 million. The contract extends through the 2031 season.[16] The contract is currently the second–largest contract in American professional sports history, surpassing Mike Trout's 12-year, $426.5 million contract with the Los Angeles Angels.[120] Mahomes became the first professional athlete to have a half-billion dollar contract.[121] Soccer players Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo and baseball player Shohei Ohtani have since surpassed the contract amount.[122][123]

In the Chiefs' week 2 win over the Chargers, Mahomes achieved his fourth fourth-quarter comeback. The Chiefs trailed 17–9 entering the fourth quarter before winning in overtime 23–20. The comeback was the NFL record sixth time he overcame a 10+ point deficit to win.[124] In a week 3 win over the Baltimore Ravens, he threw for 385 passing yards, passing for four touchdowns and rushing for one. In the game, he became the fastest quarterback to surpass 10,000 career yards. It took him 34 games to eclipse Kurt Warner's mark.[125] He was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week.[126] In week 8, he threw for 416 yards and five touchdowns in a 35–9 victory against the New York Jets.[127] Mahomes was again named AFC Offensive Player of the Week.[128] In a week 9 victory over the Carolina Panthers, he threw for 372 passing yards and four touchdowns.[129] In week 12 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Mahomes led the Chiefs to a 27–24 victory while throwing for 462 yards and three touchdowns.[130] Mahomes was named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for November.[131] In 2020, Sports Illustrated named him one of their Sportspeople of the Year for his activism following the murder of George Floyd and his encouragement for people to vote in the 2020 presidential election.[132] In week 14, against the Miami Dolphins, he tied a career high with three interceptions.[133] Mahomes rested for week 17 after the Chiefs locked up home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.[134] Mahomes finished the 2020 season with 4,740 passing yards, 38 touchdowns and six interceptions.[135] He was named to the Pro Bowl for his accomplishments in the 2020 season.[136]

In the Divisional Round against the Browns, Mahomes left the game in the third quarter after being tackled by Browns linebacker Mack Wilson. He was diagnosed with a concussion, and as per NFL rules he was unable to return.[137] The Chiefs would win the game 22–17 with backup quarterback Chad Henne. Later that week, Mahomes announced in a press conference that he had cleared concussion protocol, saying, "Everything has been good. I went through everything; three or four different doctors have said everything is looking good.'"[138]

In the AFC Championship in a highly anticipated matchup against the Bills and their dual-threat quarterback Josh Allen, Mahomes threw for 325 yards and three touchdowns,[139] while leading the Chiefs to a 38–24 victory and their second consecutive Super Bowl appearance. Mahomes became the youngest quarterback to start in three straight AFC Championships.[140] The Chiefs hosted the conference championship game for the NFL-record-tying third consecutive year, the other instance was during Andy Reid's tenure with the Philadelphia Eagles.[141]

In Super Bowl LV against the Buccaneers, Mahomes threw for 270 yards and two interceptions in the game as the Chiefs lost 31–9. It was his first double-digit loss in the NFL, and also the first time since he became the Chiefs starting quarterback that the offense did not score any touchdowns.[142] The Buccaneers defense used two deep safeties to neutralize Mahomes's wide receiver targets.[143] The Chiefs' injury-ravaged offensive line was no match for the Buccaneers' pass rush defense, as Mahomes was pressured on a Super Bowl record 29 of 56 dropbacks while also being sacked three times and hit twice.[144][145] Despite the pressure, Mahomes still managed to throw several long accurate passes that were dropped by their intended targets resulting in incompletions: one fourth-quarter highlight showed Mahomes throwing a sidearm pass, despite being tripped by Buccaneers defensive end William Gholston, that ultimately hit the facemask of receiver Darrel Williams and was dropped.[146]

Three days after the Super Bowl, Mahomes underwent surgery to repair a turf toe injury he suffered in the divisional round game against the Browns.[147] He was named as the top-ranked player in the NFL by his peers on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2021.[148]

2021 season

Mahomes directing the Chiefs offense in 2021

On March 12, 2021, Mahomes restructured his contract to save the Chiefs $17 million in salary cap space.[149]

In week 1, Mahomes had three passing touchdowns, one rushing touchdown, and 337 yards in a 33–29 win over the Browns, earning AFC Offensive Player of the Week.[150] In the Chiefs week 2 loss to the Ravens, he threw his first interception in the month of September of his career. The 36–35 setback marked Mahomes's first loss in the month of September in his career.[151] In a week 5 loss to the Bills, Mahomes set career highs for rushing yards with 61 and passing attempts with 54. The 38–20 loss was only his second loss by double digits in his career and his first in the regular season.[152] Two weeks later, the Chiefs lost to the Titans 27–3. The Chiefs' three points were the fewest points a Mahomes-led team scored since he became the starter. It was his sixth consecutive game with an interception, the longest streak of his career. He had two fumbles in the second half which gave him the most turnovers he has had in a season only seven games into the season.[153] In the Chiefs week 9 victory over the Green Bay Packers, Mahomes threw for 166 yards, which was a career low in games he finished. By not throwing an interception for the first time since week 1, he ended a career worst streak of six consecutive games throwing an interception.[154] Mahomes bounced back the following week in a 41–14 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders, where he threw for 406 yards and five touchdowns, an NFL record-tying third game throwing for at least 400 yards and five touchdowns. He joined Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterbacks Joe Montana, Dan Marino, and Peyton Manning as quarterbacks that accomplished the feat.[155] In the Chiefs' week 15 win over the Chargers, he threw for 410 yards and three touchdowns, including the game winning 34-yard touchdown pass in overtime to Travis Kelce.[156] It was his seventh 400-yard game of his career. He finished the regular season with 4,839 yards, 37 touchdowns, 13 interceptions (a career high), and a 98.5 quarterback rating (a career low for a full season).[157] The Chiefs finished the season 12–5, as well as securing their sixth consecutive AFC West title.[158] He earned a Pro Bowl nomination for the 2021 season.[159]

The Chiefs hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Wild Card Round, the first time he participated at that stage of the playoffs. Mahomes threw for 404 yards, five touchdowns, and an interception in the 42–21 win.[160] His 404 passing yards set a franchise record for passing yards in a playoff game.[161] In the Divisional Round against the Bills, Mahomes recorded 378 passing yards and three passing touchdowns to go along with 69 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown during the 42–36 overtime win.[162] In the final seconds of regulation, Andy Reid gave Mahomes a motivational talk and told him to be "The Grim Reaper".[163] After the two-minute warning and in overtime alone, he threw for 177 yards.[164][165] The game was immediately regarded as one of the greatest playoff games of all time.[166][167][168] In the AFC Championship Game against the Bengals, Mahomes threw for 275 yards and three touchdowns, but also threw two interceptions, including one in overtime in the 27–24 loss.[169] He was ranked eighth by his fellow players on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2022.[170]

2022 season

Mahomes taking photos during military appreciation day at training camp in 2022

In Week 1 against the Cardinals, Mahomes threw for 360 yards and five touchdowns in the Chiefs 44–21 victory, his sixth 5+ touchdown game. He also had a quarterback rating of 144.2, the 3rd highest of his career and his best since 2020.[171] He was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for his Week 1 performance.[172] In Week 4, Mahomes threw for 249 yards and three touchdowns in a 41–31 win over the Buccaneers, earning his second AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors of the season.[173] In Week 7 against the 49ers, Mahomes threw for 423 yards and three touchdowns in the 44–23 victory, his seventh career 400-yard game.[174] In Week 8 against the Titans, Mahomes set single-game franchise records for pass completions (43)[175] and pass attempts (68) in a single game.[176] In that game, which was only his 71st career start, he broke the NFL record for passing yards in a quarterback's first 75 career starts with 21,596.[177] The following week, his 72nd start, he would break the record for passing touchdowns in a quarterback's first 75 starts with 176.[178] Mahomes was named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for November.[179] In the Chiefs week 15 game against the Texans, Mahomes ran for his 12th career rushing touchdown, setting a franchise record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback.[180] He was named to his fifth Pro Bowl for the season.[181] Mahomes reached 5,000 passing yards on the season in a Week 17 win against the Denver Broncos for the second time in his career.[182] He set the NFL record for most total yards in a season by a quarterback (combined passing and rushing) with 5,608.[183] He also broke his own Chiefs' franchise record for passing yards in a season with 5,250.[184]

With the number 1 seed in the AFC, the Chiefs earned a bye week in the first round of the playoffs.[185] In the Chiefs' Divisional Round victory over the Jaguars, a high ankle sprain sidelined Mahomes for much of the first half, but he returned to the game in the second half helping lead the Chiefs to victory.[186] In the AFC Championship game, the Chiefs defeated the Bengals, ending a three-game losing streak (including playoffs) to the team, to advance to their third Super Bowl in four seasons.[187] Against the Eagles in Super Bowl LVII, Mahomes re-aggravated his ankle late in the second quarter as the Chiefs went into halftime trailing by 10. However, Mahomes stayed in the game and led Kansas City to a touchdown on their first three drives of the second half, leading the Chiefs to a 38–35 win over the Eagles.[188] He was awarded his second career Super Bowl MVP for his efforts. Mahomes also finished the season as the Most Valuable Player, and was the league leader in both passing yards and passing touchdowns, becoming the first player in NFL history to achieve all four feats in a season.[189] Mahomes was ranked as the top player in the NFL by his peers on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2023.[190]

2023 season

On September 18, 2023, the Chiefs and Mahomes agreed to restructure his contract, giving him $210.6 million between 2023 and 2026, the most money in NFL history over a four-season span.[191] In Week 4 against the Jets, Mahomes passed for his 200th career touchdown, becoming the fastest player in NFL history to reach that milestone, having done so in just his 84th start. His 51 rushing yards in the game also allowed him to break Alex Smith's franchise record for most career rushing yards by a quarterback.[192] After defeating the Minnesota Vikings in Week 5, Mahomes became the youngest quarterback in NFL history to defeat all other 31 teams besides their own.[193] In Week 12, Mahomes was 27-of-34 for 298 yards and two touchdowns to overcome a 14-point deficit in a 31–17 win over the Las Vegas Raiders, earning AFC Offensive Player of the Week.[194]

Despite meeting these milestones, Mahomes had his worst statistical season to that point in several categories, including yards per attempt (7.0), passing yards per game (261.4), interceptions (14), and passer rating (92.6).[195][196] His receivers struggled at several points throughout the season;[197] going into Week 18, they led the league in dropped passes. Despite this, Mahomes set a career-high in completion percentage with 67.2%.[198] Mahomes was notably fined $50,000 for publicly criticizing the referees of the Chiefs' game against the Bills, in which they lost 20–17 after a go-ahead touchdown by receiver Kadarius Toney was negated due to Toney lining up offsides.[199] Mahomes ranted as he greeted Josh Allen after the game, saying "Fucking terrible. Fucking worst call I've ever fucking seen."[200] In spite of these struggles, the Chiefs once again won the division, resulting in Mahomes and several other starters resting in the final game of the season.[201]

The Chiefs' playoff run began with a commanding win over the Miami Dolphins at home in subzero temperatures in the wild card round. The next week, Mahomes played his first career road playoff game, scoring a narrow 27–24 win over the Buffalo Bills in the divisional round.[202] This win gave the Chiefs their sixth consecutive AFC Championship Game, the second-most consecutive conference championship games for a franchise of all time (the most is held by the New England Patriots with 8).[203] Against the Bills, Mahomes, along with tight end Travis Kelce, broke the record for most career touchdowns in the playoffs for a quarterback/receiver duo.[204] Mahomes then led the Chiefs to a win on the road against the top-seeded Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship to advance to Super Bowl LVIII, marking Mahomes's fourth Super Bowl appearance in five seasons.[205] The win marked Mahomes's 14th career playoff win, tying Terry Bradshaw, John Elway, and Peyton Manning for third place in quarterback playoff wins.[206] In the Super Bowl, Mahomes won his third Super Bowl MVP after throwing for 333 yards with two touchdowns, including the game-winning touchdown pass in overtime to Mecole Hardman, as the Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 25–22 in just the second Super Bowl in history to go to overtime.[207] Kansas City became the first team to repeat as Super Bowl champions since the New England Patriots nineteen years earlier and Mahomes became the third player with three Super Bowl MVPs.[208] With his victory in the Super Bowl, Mahomes earned his 15th postseason victory, moving into sole possession of third-most in NFL history, only behind Joe Montana and Tom Brady.[209]

NFL career statistics

Legend
AP NFL MVP
Super Bowl MVP
Won the Super Bowl
NFL record
Led the league
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Regular season

Year Team Games Passing Rushing Fumbles
GP GS Record Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A Y/G Lng TD Int Rtg Att Yds Y/A Lng TD Fum Lost
2017 KC 1 1 1–0 22 35 62.9 284 8.1 284.0 51 0 1 76.4 7 10 1.4 5 0 0 0
2018 KC 16 16 12–4 383 580 66.0 5,097 8.8 318.6 89 50 12 113.8 60 272 4.5 28 2 9 2
2019 KC 14 14 11–3 319 484 65.9 4,031 8.3 287.9 83 26 5 105.3 43 218 5.1 25 2 3 2
2020 KC 15 15 14–1 390 588 66.3 4,740 8.1 316.0 75 38 6 108.2 62 308 5.0 24 2 5 2
2021 KC 17 17 12–5 436 658 66.3 4,839 7.4 284.6 75 37 13 98.5 66 381 5.8 32 2 9 4
2022 KC 17 17 14–3 435 648 67.1 5,250 8.1 308.8 67 41 12 105.2 61 358 5.9 20 4 5 0
2023 KC 16 16 10–6 401 597 67.2 4,183 7.0 261.4 67 27 14 92.6 75 389 5.2 25 0 5 3
Career 96 96 74–22 2,386 3,590 66.5 28,424 7.9 296.1 89 219 63 103.5 374 1,936 5.2 32 12 36 13

Postseason

Year Team Games Passing Rushing Fumbles
GP GS Record Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A Y/G Lng TD Int Rtg Att Yds Y/A Lng TD Fum Lost
2017 KC DNP
2018 KC 2 2 1–1 43 72 59.7 573 8.0 286.5 54 3 0 98.9 5 19 3.8 9 1 2 0
2019 KC 3 3 3–0 72 112 64.3 901 8.0 300.3 60 10 2 111.5 24 135 5.6 27 2 4 0
2020 KC 3 3 2–1 76 117 65.0 850 7.3 283.3 71 4 2 90.8 13 52 4.0 13 1 1 0
2021 KC 3 3 2–1 89 122 73.0 1,057 8.7 352.3 64 11 3 118.8 13 117 9.0 34 1 1 0
2022 KC 3 3 3–0 72 100 72.0 703 7.0 234.3 29 7 0 114.7 12 60 5.0 26 0 1 1
2023 KC 4 4 4–0 104 149 69.8 1,051 7.1 262.8 52 6 1 100.3 23 141 6.1 28 0 2 0
Career 18 18 15–3 456 672 67.9 5,135 7.6 285.3 71 41 8 105.8 90 524 5.8 34 5 11 1

Records

NFL records

  • Consecutive 300-plus passing yard games: 8 (tied)[210]
  • Consecutive double digit deficits overcome including playoffs: 6[124]
  • Fastest to 10,000 career passing yards: 34 games[125]
  • Fastest to 25,000 career passing yards: 83 games[211]
  • Fastest to 100 career passing touchdowns: 40 games[212]
  • Fastest to 200 career passing touchdowns: 84 games[213]
  • Career playoff passer rating (minimum 150 attempts): 105.8[1]
  • Career passing yards per game (minimum 1,500 attempts): 296.1[2]
  • Passing yards in a player's first 50 games: 15,348[214]
  • Passing touchdowns in a player's first 50 games: 125[214]
  • Passing touchdowns in a postseason: 11 (2021) (tied)[3]
  • Total touchdowns (passing and rushing) in a postseason: 12 (2019, 2021)[215]
  • Total yards (passing and rushing) in a season: 5,608 (2022)[183]

Chiefs franchise records

  • Touchdown passes in a game: 6 (2018, tied)[216]
  • Touchdown passes in a season: 50 (2018)[217]
  • Passing yards in a season: 5,250 (2022)[218]
  • Passing yards in a playoff game: 404 (2021–22 playoffs)[161]
  • Attempts in a game: 68 (2022)[176]
  • Completions in a game: 43 (2022)[175]
  • Career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback: 12[180]
  • Career rushing yards by a quarterback: 1,936[192]
  • Career completions: (2,386)[219]

College records

Both records are Division I-FBS records.

  • Single-game yards passing: 734 (tied) (vs. Oklahoma on October 22, 2016)
  • Single-game yards total offense: 819 (vs. Oklahoma on October 22, 2016)

Awards and honors

Mahomes at the White House in 2023

NFL

College awards

Other awards

Playing style

A former baseball pitcher and considered by some a dual-threat quarterback and the "most talented player in the NFL" due to his elusiveness in the pocket, arm strength, running ability, and athleticism despite being a pass-first quarterback,[226][227] Mahomes is also known for attempting and completing innovative throws, including no-look passes and behind-the-back tosses.[228] FiveThirtyEight also cites his unique and "uncanny" ability to know his receivers' timing and use his athleticism to fool defenders and get his receivers open.[226] Mahomes credits his years playing baseball with developing his arm strength while throwing the football.[229] Ahead of Super Bowl LVII, which was the first Super Bowl to feature two black starting quarterbacks as the Chiefs faced off against Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles, Mahomes acknowledged that his creative playing style was inspired by that of Negro league baseball players, especially Satchel Paige, who likewise inspired his father's baseball playing style.[228]

A number of defensive coordinators have cited Mahomes's ability to improvise as one of his key skills.[230] Since Mahomes's breakout 2018 season, NFL general managers and scouts have sought out prospects that can break out of designed plays. Number one overall draft picks Kyler Murray and Bryce Young are regarded as examples of this effect, with the two being highly touted prospects despite lacking traditional size for the position.[231]

Personal life

Patrick Mahomes with his wife Brittany at the Chiefs Super Bowl Parade at Magic Kingdom in 2020

On September 1, 2020, Mahomes proposed to Brittany Matthews, his high school sweetheart, in a suite in Arrowhead Stadium, the day Mahomes received his Super Bowl LIV championship ring.[232] Matthews had a brief professional soccer career playing for Icelandic club UMF Afturelding and then became a certified personal trainer.[233] She is also a co-owner of the Kansas City Current, a women's professional soccer team.[234] The couple married on March 12, 2022.[235] They have two children: a daughter[236] and a son.[237]

Mahomes is an evangelical Christian.[238] His mother said he found his faith when he was in middle school, where he was involved with a youth group at his church.[239] Mahomes has said, "Faith is huge for me ... Before every game, I walk the field and I do a prayer at the goalpost. I just thank God for those opportunities and I thank God for letting me be on a stage where I can glorify Him. The biggest thing that I pray for is that whatever happens, win or lose, success or failure, that I'm glorifying Him."[240]

Mahomes is featured in the NFL Films and Netflix sports documentary series Quarterback, alongside other NFL quarterbacks Kirk Cousins and Marcus Mariota. All three players were filmed during the 2022 season on-and-off the field. The series premiered on Netflix on July 12, 2023. Mahomes's newly established 2PM Productions collaborated on producing the series.[241][242]

Mahomes plays golf during the offseason.[243] He has participated in several celebrity tournaments, including the American Century Championship since 2020.[244] He participated in the 2022 edition of The Match alongside Josh Allen, losing to Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers.[245] He also participated in the 2023 edition teaming up with his Chiefs teammate Travis Kelce against Golden State Warriors teammates Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Mahomes and Kelce won the match.[246]

Endorsements

Following his 2018 MVP season, Mahomes received multiple endorsement deals. His first contract came from Hunt's upon revealing his love for ketchup.[247] In addition, he has signed endorsement deals with Oakley,[248] Essentia Water, Hy-Vee,[249] State Farm,[250] DirectTV,[251] Adidas,[252] and Head & Shoulders.[253] He also signed an endorsement contract with Helzberg Diamonds who released a line of necklaces featuring his logo.[254] He was named the cover athlete for Madden NFL 20, becoming the first Chiefs player to be on the cover.[255] He would be named the Madden cover athlete again, along with Tom Brady, two years later for Madden NFL 22. Mahomes and Brady are the first players to be named cover athlete twice.[256] In 2020, he signed an endorsement deal with sports drink maker BioSteel sports drinks.[257] He also became an equity partner in the company.[258] On August 16, 2021, he announced he would be releasing his own signature shoe as part of his endorsement deal with Adidas. The shoe was called the Mahomes 1 Impact FLX and was released on August 23.[259]

In 2022, Mahomes appeared in a commercial for Coors Light. NFL rules prohibit players from endorsing alcohol products, so the product in the commercial was a Coors flashlight instead of beer.[260] In 2023, he appeared in commercials for cellphone provider T-Mobile.[261] Also in 2023, he signed an endorsement deal with the beverage manufacturer Prime.[262]

Philanthropy and activism

In April 2019, Mahomes announced the establishment of a nonprofit organization called the 15 and the Mahomies Foundation.[263] The nonprofit's website states that it is "dedicated to improving the lives of children".[264]

Following the murder of George Floyd by police officer Derek Chauvin, Mahomes, along with teammate Tyrann Mathieu and several other NFL players, made a video encouraging the NFL to condemn police brutality and violence against black people and to admit it was wrong to silence Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid for their protests during the playing of the National Anthem.[265]

Mahomes and Mathieu started a voter registration project in Kansas City. The project encouraged residents to register to vote in the 2020 Presidential Election. He worked with the Chiefs to encourage players to vote. He joined LeBron James' Rock the Vote initiative to encourage people to register and vote.[266]

Mahomes was named to Time 100's list of most influential people of 2020,[267] 2023,[268] and 2024.[269]

Business investments

In 2020, Mahomes joined the Kansas City Royals ownership group as a minority stakeholder.[270] In 2021, he joined Sporting Club, the ownership group of the Major League Soccer franchise Sporting Kansas City.[271] Mahomes is a member of an ownership group of an upcoming professional pickleball team based in Miami, Florida. The ownership group also includes Naomi Osaka, Nick Kyrgios, and Rich Paul.[272] Mahomes joined the ownership group of the NWSL's Kansas City Current in 2023. His wife has been a member of the ownership group since the team was established.[273] In 2023, Mahomes (as well as Travis Kelce) became an investor in the Alpine racing team of Formula One.[274]

In 2021, Mahomes became an investor in a group to expand the Whataburger fast food restaurant franchise to Missouri and Kansas. The locations will primarily be in the Kansas City metropolitan area and the Wichita, Kansas metropolitan area, and multiple locations in between the cities.[275]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The other three were Lamar Jackson, Cam Newton, and Steve McNair.
  2. ^ The first black quarterback to win the award was Doug Williams in Super Bowl XXII.
  3. ^ The first two black quarterbacks to win the Super Bowl were Doug Williams in Super Bowl XXII and Russell Wilson in Super Bowl XLVIII.[15] The youngest quarterback to win was Ben Roethlisberger in Super Bowl XL.

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