One Super Bowl promise to teammates can cost Patrick Mahomes a fortune

In his seventh NFL season, Patrick Mahomes rebounded from a challenging regular season, showcasing his playoff prowess with victories in the wild card and divisional rounds. His ability to lead the Chiefs to the Super Bowl for the fourth time in six seasons as a starter underlines Mahomes’s playoff excellence.

Undoubtedly, winning the Lombardi Trophy is Mahomes’s ultimate life goal. To fuel his teammates’ motivation, Mahomes made a generous promise of an extravagant Las Vegas celebration if the Chiefs secured victory in the Super Bowl.

Patrick Mahomes’ expensive promise to teammates

The players of the Chiefs and the 49ers have already descended upon Las Vegas. As both teams only focused on the Lombardi Trophy, Patrick Mahomes took a proactive step by motivating his teammates with the promise of an extravagant Las Vegas tour if they emerged victorious.

For Mahomes, the Super Bowl is a “business trip,” emphasizing the importance of focus and determination in achieving success. His commitment to the team’s goal goes beyond the game itself, as he pledges a celebratory return to Las Vegas for the entire team if they clinch the title.

“This is a business trip. I told the guys that if we win, I’ll bring everyone back to Vegas to celebrate.”

Winning has become an addiction for Mahomes. With an insatiable thirst for victory, he admits to embracing the role of “villain” in some fans’ eyes as a consequence of his team’s relentless winning streak. 

“I just like winning. If you win a lot and that causes you to be the villain, I’m okay with it”, Mahomes said.

With a sky-high eagerness to etch his team’s name in the annals of NFL history, the 28-year-old aims to lead the Chiefs to back-to-back Super Bowl victories, a feat achieved by only eight teams in league history. 

Meanwhile, the 49ers, having already secured their place among those elite ranks, are primed for battle with their starter, Brock Purdy, eyeing a chance to celebrate a potential upset victory with none other than pop sensation Taylor Swift.

Mahomes showed his generous side during Christmas

Patrick Mahomes continues to display his generosity beyond the football field, showcasing his giving spirit during the holiday season. Last Christmas, the Chiefs quarterback treated each member of the offensive line to personalized electric golf carts.  These carts featured the name and jersey number of each player painted in the team’s signature red.

The design of Mahomes’s golf carts mirrored the one he previously auctioned for charity during the online series “The Match” on TNT.  To express their gratitude, many players took to Instagram to showcase their new rides and thank Mahomes for his thoughtful gesture. 

Mahomes’s generosity extended beyond his teammates to the Chiefs’ loyal fanbase. Embracing the role of Santa, Mahomes spent extra time with traveling Chiefs fans on Christmas Day, exchanging high-fives and signing jerseys, as per Marca. These interactions created lasting memories for fans during the holiday season.

Now it will remain to be seen if the Chiefs players end up having a luxurious Las Vegas tour from Mahomes.

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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