Chiefs’ back-to-back Super Bowl wins bring Patrick Mahomes closer to breaking Tom Brady’s record

The Kansas City Chiefs brought in Patrick Mahomes, giving up many draft picks while also giving him a lucrative contract. What did the starter give them in return? He made four Super Bowl appearances and won three Super Bowl titles in his six seasons as a starter.

While Mahomes’ father, Patrick Mahomes Sr., still harbors a great respect for NFL legend Tom Brady, it’s great to see that his own son has inched closer to landing in the legacy of the seven-time Super Bowl winner.

Patrick Mahomes is inches away to breaking Tom Brady’s record

Patrick Mahomes has achieved remarkable success in just his seventh season in the NFL, securing three Super Bowl rings and earning the MVP title this year. Mahomes is on a trajectory that could potentially rival Brady’s legendary legacy sooner than expected, surpassing his record of five MVPs and seven rings.

With victories against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII, the 28-year-old quarterback has cemented his place in NFL history, joining the ranks of Brady and Joe Montana as the only quarterbacks to have at least 15 career playoff wins.

As Mahomes secured his third MVP, he aligned himself with the exclusive club of Brady and Montana as the only players to achieve this remarkable feat. 

Mahomes proved to be a game-changer for the previously struggling Chiefs team. Since his arrival, the team has experienced a significant change in their fortunes. It was an impressive accomplishment as he guided the Chiefs to consecutive Super Bowl victories, a feat that seemed unlikely. They achieved a remarkable milestone, joining the ranks of only nine teams in history.

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The San Francisco 49ers took an early 10-0 lead as Brock Purdy had planned. However, in a thrilling finish, Mahomes secured a one-yard touchdown pass to receiver Mecole Hardman with just 13 seconds left in overtime, resulting in a 25-22 victory over the 49ers.

Meanwhile, in a post-match interview, he emphatically addressed his critics and skeptics, asserting that the Chiefs’ dynasty is just beginning

“It’s the start of (a dynasty), we’re not done. I know we’re going to celebrate tonight. We’ve got a young team. We’re going to keep this thing going,” he said, per The Score.

His individual brilliance shone through in the Super Bowl matchup. He threw for an impressive 333 yards and two touchdowns, showcasing his command of the field. His leadership extended beyond the passing game, as he also led the Chiefs with 66 rushing yards, including pivotal runs on the final game-winning drive.

As the confetti fell and celebrations ensued, Mahomes stood tall as the architect of the Chiefs’ victory, proving once again why he is regarded as one of the most exceptional talents in the NFL.

Shabiha Akter

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Shabiha, once a casual observer, has morphed into a die-hard NFL fan. She carefully dissects every play, trade, and strategy. Whether it's breaking down game highlights or predicting playoff outcomes, Shabiha is your go-to source for all things NFL.


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