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Old 09-16-2018, 08:29 PM  
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Patrick Mahomes remains humble, deflects praise after record-setting day

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PITTSBURGH​ — Disregard​ the​ fact that they​ have played just two​ games. Ignore the notion​ that​ one shouldn’t​ overreact​ to​ NFL​​ results before Thanksgiving — and especially before Halloween. After two road victories, every football observer, no matter their level of knowledge of the team’s recent history, shouldn’t be afraid to recalibrate their thoughts about the 2018 Kansas City Chiefs.

In order for the Chiefs to win in this proud city, such as perilous place for opposing teams, their quarterback had to be special. Instead, he was spectacular.

Patrick Mahomes, the young gunslinger who will turn 23 years old Monday, produced the best game of his just-launched career Sunday. The Steelers blitzed Mahomes often, they sometimes dropped eight defenders into coverage in the red zone, and they hit him hard at times. But the Steelers’ defensive strategy and their signature toughness couldn’t sway the outcome of Sunday’s game at Heinz Field.

The Chiefs’ absolute frantic 42-37 victory was a byproduct of Mahomes’ accuracy, head coach Andy Reid’s brilliant offensive game plan and the rest of the players raising their performances alongside their swaggering quarterback. Mahomes amassed 326 passing yards and committed no turnovers. His six touchdown passes added him to the top of the franchise’s record book for single-game TDs next to Len Dawson, a Super Bowl champion and Hall of Famer.

Mahomes also set a new NFL record by passing for 10 touchdowns in the first two games of a season. He was so efficient and so precise against the Steelers that he finished with more touchdown passes than incompletions.

“You never expect to have 10 touchdowns at this point in the season, but I knew that this offense, and the weapons that we have, and the scheme Coach Reid is drawing up, that we have a chance to be really, really good,” Mahomes said smiling. “The possibilities, I mean, they’re endless.”

Five different Chiefs — tight end Travis Kelce, running back Kareem Hunt and receivers Tyreek Hill, Chris Conley and Demarcus Robinson — caught a touchdown pass for Mahomes.

In the game’s first six minutes, Mahomes threw two lasers for touchdowns. He found Conley in the middle of the end zone for a 15-yard touchdown. On the next possession, Mahomes beat the Steelers’ tight, bracketing coverage to connect with Kelce for a 19-yard score.

The Chiefs led 21-0 after the first quarter, which prompted boos from the Steelers faithful. Certain non-partisan fans on Twitter began asking the Steelers to “pass the sticks,” the ultimate disrespectful phrase in the Madden NFL video game community.

“I see Pat doing this all season long,” Kelce said. “He’s got the confidence. As long as we give him time and get open as wideouts, tight ends and running backs, he’s going to get the best of everyone.”

The Chiefs’ offensive explosion ended a seven-game losing streak in Pittsburgh that lasted 32 years. The last time the Chiefs won in Pittsburgh was Dec. 21, 1986, when the Steelers played in Three Rivers Stadium and their quarterback was Mark Malone. That season-finale victory, which clinched the Chiefs a playoff berth for the first time in 15 years, featured the team scoring all 24 of its points on special teams.

Deron Cherry recovered a blocked punt in the end zone, Nick Lowery made a 47-yard field goal, Boyce Green returned a kickoff for a 97-yard touchdown and Lloyd Burruss returned a blocked field goal for a 78-yard touchdown.

Inside the Chiefs’ radio booth Sunday, Mitch Holthus, the team’s play-by-play announcer for the past 24 years, knew he probably felt the same emotion and had the same reaction has many fans had watching Mahomes: amazement and shock.

“I didn’t see this coming,” Holthus said. “But I’m learning more and more about Patrick every day. He has a photographic memory. He is humble. Like, this could all go to his head because this is going to be the buzz around the league. But here’s the thing with this kid: He keeps his feet on the ground.

“I didn’t know he was this tough mentally and emotionally. That’s why this whole team follows him. They know he’s confident, but this dude stays humble and the guys know how tough he is and how much he works.”

Despite the offense’s success, the Chiefs’ defense could not hold the early lead. The Steelers scored 21 points in the second quarter to tie the game.

The game’s momentum changed late in the first quarter when Chiefs cornerback Orlando Scandrick committed a costly holding penalty on Steelers All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown. During that play, outside linebacker Justin Houston forced quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to fumble the ball, which defensive tackle Chris Jones scooped up for what would’ve been a five-yard touchdown. Throughout the game, penalties on both sides of the ball hurt the Chiefs and gave the Steelers opportunities to come back.

At halftime, Mahomes led his teammates.

“He came in at halftime, and [he] was very positive,” Reid said. “He was leading that charge and the talk. He’s not shy when he’s around the guys at all. I didn’t sense any panic from anybody.”

After halftime, Reid gave the full offensive game plan over to Mahomes.

The Chiefs played the third quarter almost entirely out of an empty shotgun, with five receivers spreading the Steelers’ defense. Perhaps the situation felt familiar for Mahomes, who spent his college career at Texas Tech in shootout after shootout. Mahomes responded to the added responsibility — of no longer having a run-pass balance in play-calling — by leading the Chiefs to three consecutive drives that ended in a touchdown.

“It just speaks to the weapons we have on offense,” Mahomes said. “They can’t stop everybody, so for me, it’s just about getting (the ball) to the guy that has the man-to-man coverage or has the open area. No one really cares about who is getting the shine. Everybody just wants to win.”


Mahomes also did the little tasks needed to secure the victory. He scrambled out of the pocket in the fourth quarter for a four-yard completion to Watkins for a crucial third-down conversion. With less than two minutes left, he recovered his own fumble after mishandling the snap.

Several veterans wondered how Mahomes would handle the Chiefs’ schedule after it was released in the spring. Two road games to start the season for a quarterback with only one career start, Conley said, was a difficult assignment. But with each step in Mahomes’ new role, during the offseason activities, training camp and weekly game plan preparations, he has impressed his teammates with his diligence and conviction.

“The level of confidence and poise this kid has, I haven’t seen it anywhere,” Conley said. “He has continued to just go in and learn and get better and then come on the field and execute. You can’t ask him to do anything else.”

Up next for Mahomes and the Chiefs is their home opener next week against the 49ers. From the fan base’s perspective, the game will serve as the most anticipated such opener since 1993 or 1994, which were Joe Montana’s two seasons in Kansas City.

But before analyzing the next game, Holthus, who began his tenure with the team in 1994, wanted to stress the importance of the Chiefs’ victory in Pittsburgh.

“Honestly, last week, to win a road division game to open the season, it felt like a win and a half,” Holthus said. “Even though this isn’t a division road win, to not win here in 32 years, it feels like a win and a half, too. You’re playing two playoff contenders on the road. To win both of them, the significance cannot be overstated.”

When Mahomes exited the locker room, he was greeted by his father, Patrick Mahomes Sr., his younger brother, Jackson, and his longtime girlfriend, Brittany Matthews. Each of the trio congratulated young Mahomes, gave him a long hug and took photos with him.

The last in-person interview left for Mahomes was with Holthus for the Chiefs’ website. In five minutes, Holthus asked Mahomes all the usual questions. Both men smiled when discussing the upcoming home opener. Holthus ended his interview by asking Mahomes how he planned to celebrate the victory and his 23rd birthday.

“Probably nothing,” Mahomes told Holthus. “I’ll probably go home (tonight) and start watching film of the 49ers.”
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Old 09-16-2018, 09:09 PM   #16
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Now, the job is to make it last and make it count.

Keep him healthy [and happy with his compensation, when the time arises], and assemble a full team worthy of his efforts.
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Old 09-16-2018, 09:13 PM   #17
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How confident are you that we win a SB with Mahomes?
Better question.

How confident am I that we in SBs with Mahomes?
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Old 09-16-2018, 09:13 PM   #18
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Words can not describe how excited I am to finally have a real QB.
This is where I'm at. ...such a long time coming.

If he played for any other team in our division, I would quit watching.
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Old 09-16-2018, 09:17 PM   #19
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This is where I'm at. ...such a long time coming.

If he played for any other team in our division, I would quit watching.
True. I gotta give Andy credit. He waited just long enough.

Alex was the stop gap. He stopped the bleeding. Mahomes takes us to the next level.

Andy never got duped into reaching for the wrong QB. He won a bunch of games, waited patiently, and grabbed the right guy. He played this brilliantly.

Imagine the dumpster fire we would be right now if he would’ve reached for Geno Smith with that first number 1 overall pick.
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Better question.

How confident am I that we in SBs with Mahomes?
Well?
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Old 09-16-2018, 09:24 PM   #21
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Words can not describe how excited I am to finally have a real QB.


His vision and poise in the pocket remind me of Marino.

I still think Mahomes is the next Marino. He is changing the game as Dan did.
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His vision and poise in the pocket remind me of Marino.

I still think Mahomes is the next Marino. He is changing the game as Dan did.
Better wheels than Marino.

I think the ceiling for Pat is Aaron Rodgers. That's an insane ceiling but he definitely has similar physical ability to Aaron. Time will tell if he can play at that extremely high level for many many years.
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Better wheels than Marino.

I think the ceiling for Pat is Aaron Rodgers. That's an insane ceiling but he definitely has similar physical ability to Aaron. Time will tell if he can play at that extremely high level for many many years.
**** all of this comparisons shit.

You wanna know what Pat’s ceiling is? The next guy everybody is compared to.
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It's almost getting boring.

We need some last minute drives, not this shit where we just win comfortably.

Stop being so goddamn awesome, Patrick!
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Old 09-16-2018, 09:39 PM   #27
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**** all of this comparisons shit.

You wanna know what Pat’s ceiling is? The next guy everybody is compared to.
Haha, I agree with that.
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It's almost getting boring.

We need some last minute drives, not this shit where we just win comfortably.

Stop being so goddamn awesome, Patrick!
You shut your whore mouth!!!
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Better question.

How confident am I that we in SBs with Mahomes?
I'm nearly 100% certain KC will win a superbowl within the next 3 seasons.

I've never had this kind of confidence in the Chiefs.
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Hold my beer - bob Sutton
I have said this before on the Planet, but Reid is following in the footsteps of Vermeil, and has to be stooped by cHunt or God before he wastes this offensive talent on a piece of Defensive Coordinator just because some ridiculous sense of loyalty. He was actually praising Bob Sutton after the game, saying he made great adjustments.

We have never won a playoff game with a QB we drafted. We have what appears to be a true franchise QB. We have the best group of wide receivers in team history. We have the best TE, and a running back who has already led the league in rushing and it's only his second year. But we have a terrible secondary, almost no pass rush to speak of, and a DC and defensive scheme and strategy that doesn't fit the personnel.

As fans of this franchise we deserve Patrick Mahomes. What we don't deserve is Greg Robinson 2.0 aka Bob Sutton.

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