Patrick Mahomes defends dad bod after Chiefs locker room celebration video goes viral: “I got kids!!!!”

Ever since assuming the starting role from Alex Smith, Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has remained committed to maintaining his fitness under the guidance of the same trainer since fourth grade. His dedication to fitness extends beyond mere adherence to a strict diet and exercise routine.

However, following the Chiefs’ victory over the Baltimore Ravens in the Conference Championship, Mahomes found himself unexpectedly thrust into the spotlight due to a viral appearance which prompted him to share a playful side of himself.

Patrick Mahomes reacts to viral shirtless video

Recently, a behind-the-scenes footage of the Chiefs’ locker room celebrations following their AFC Championship win has been making rounds on the internet. The clip quickly went viral, with the spotlight on Patrick Mahomes’ shirtless appearance, prompting the attention of the two-time Super Bowl winner.

In response to the playful teasing about his shirtless look, Mahomes embraced the humor, adding a touch of self-deprecation. He took to social media, writing, “Yoooo why they have to do me like that!?!?!? 🤣🤣🤣 #DadBodSZN”.

This lighthearted tweet endeared him even more to fans, proving his ability to laugh at himself amidst the frenzy of fame and success.

Not one to miss out on the fun, Mahomes continued the banter by poking fun at his own physique, humorously comparing himself to someone who appeared ready to give birth. In a follow-up tweet, he quipped, “Like i got kids!!!! @Chiefs @insidetheNFL @NFL”.

While some may find amusement in Mahomes’ “dad bod” jokes, there’s no denying the quarterback’s elite talent and contribution to the Chiefs’ success. After starting for six seasons, Pat now ranks eighth among NFL quarterbacks in terms of postseason victories.

Patrick Mahomes records in the NFL Super Bowl

Patrick Mahomes boasts a 2-1 record in Super Bowls so far in his career. Notably, he holds the distinction of being the youngest player ever to secure both a league MVP and a Super Bowl title.

In fact, he already turned up being the first player in the 21st century to clinch both the league MVP and the Super Bowl MVP in the same season, accomplishing this feat in 2022.

The quarterback’s elite-level performance continued this season as well. In a clash against the Los Angeles Chargers, where Mahomes led the Chiefs to a 31-17 victory, he recorded an astounding 424 passing yards.

He rewrote the league’s history by surpassing Dan Marino’s record with the stats. Impressively, Mahomes achieved his 10th career game with at least 400 passing yards in his 87th career game, beating Marino’s previous record set in 90 games.

Despite facing challenges throughout the season, he concluded the regular season with remarkable stats—4,183 passing yards and 27 touchdowns. Moreover, he already guided his team to victories in the wild card and divisional rounds of the playoffs.

Under Mahomes’ leadership, the Chiefs have now advanced to their fourth Super Bowl in just six years, a testament to his ability to consistently drive his team to success.

After having secured his second Super Bowl victory last year, Mahomes is on a quest to etch the Chiefs’ name in NFL history by leading them to be one of the few teams with back-to-back championships.

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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