- Sixth-year quarterback enters his sixth season with the Chiefs in 2022.
- With his start in Super Bowl LV, Mahomes became the youngest quarterback in NFL history (25 years and 143 days old) to start in two Super Bowls, surpassing Seattle's Russell Wilson, who was 26 years and 64 days old at the time of his second Super Bowl start (SB XLIX).
- At 24 years and 138 days, Mahomes became the third-youngest player and youngest quarterback in NFL history to be named Super Bowl MVP. He is also the youngest player to ever win a league MVP and a Super Bowl title.
- With 114 passing touchdowns in his first four NFL seasons he became just the third quarterback with at least 110 touchdown passes in his first four seasons in NFL history, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers Dan Marino (142) and Kurt Warner (111).
- His 26 career 300-yard games are the most in Chiefs history and tied PFHOF QB Kurt Warner (26) for the most games of at least 300 passing yards in a player's first four seasons in league annals.
- With 4,740 passing yards in 2020, Mahomes recorded his third-consecutive season with 4,000+ passing yards. He became the third player in NFL history with 4,000+ passing yards in three of his first four seasons, joining QB Peyton Manning and PFHOF QB Dan Marino. Along with 38 passing touchdowns in 2020, he became just the seventh player in NFL history to throw for 4,500+ passing yards and 35+ passing touchdowns multiple times in his career.
- Recorded 91 career touchdowns in 37 career games played, passing PFHOF QB Dan Marino (40 games) as the fastest quarterback in the Super Bowl era to reach 90-career touchdown passes.
- Became the fastest QB in NFL history to reach 10,000 career passing yards, doing so in just 34 career games. He passed PFHOF QB Kurt Warner who accomplished the feat in 36 career games.
- Logged 9,238 passing yards and 75 touchdown passes in his first 30 career games, making him the fastest quarterback in NFL history to reach the milestones of 9,000+ career passing yards and 75+ passing touchdowns.
- Threw 29 touchdown passes in his first 10 career NFL games, more TD throws than any QB in NFL history in their first 10 games.
- Threw 26 touchdown passes and 2,810 yards through Week 8 of the 2018 season, the most passing touchdowns and passing yards in a player's first nine career games in the Super Bowl era.
- Made his NFL debut and first start during the Chiefs 2017 regular season finale against the Broncos (12/31) and completed 22 of 35 passes (62.9%) for 284 yards. His 284 passing yards are the second-most by a rookie passer in a single-game in franchise history. He added seven carries for 10 yards.
- Originally entered the NFL as the 10th overall pick in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft by Kansas City.
- The Chiefs traded traded the No. 27 overall pick, a third-round pick and their 2018 first-round selection to the Buffalo Bills in order to move up to the No. 10 spot where they selected Mahomes.
- Owns 64 career touchdown passes at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, passing QB Trent Green (62) for the most career touchdown passes in the stadium's history.
- For the month of December, Mahomes outscored opponents 140-56 where he threw for 1,110 yards and eight touchdowns. During this stretch, he put up 48 points against the Raiders and 258 passing yards, moving him into third place for passing yards in franchise history. December also included a 410 passing yard performance against the Chargers. With his 410 passing yards, he now has 4,052 passing yards for the season, his fourth-consecutive season (2018-21) with 4,000 or more passing yards. Of all the quarterbacks to record at least four-consecutive seasons with 4,000 passing yards, Mahomes joins Peyton Manning as the only two players to accomplish the feat in their first five seasons in the league.
- Ranks first in career passer rating (108.7), completion percentage (66.03), 300-yard passing games (26), and passing average (8.39) in franchise history.
- Mahomes has thrown a touchdown pass in 25 straight games dating back to Week 5 of the 2019 season, the franchise record for the most consecutive games with a touchdown pass. His streak of 25-consecutive games with a touchdown pass is the longest active streak in the NFL.
- Since he became the starting signal-caller, Mahomes has not lost in the month of September, tallying a 10-0 record, 3,304 passing yards, 32 passing touchdowns and zero interceptions.
- In Week 12 against Tampa Bay (11/29/20), finished the game completing 37-of-49 passes (75.5%) for 462 yards with three passing touchdowns, good for a 124.7 passer rating. His 462 passing yards in the game are the second-most single-game passing yards in his career and are the fourth-most single-game passing yards in franchise history.
- In the first half against the Buccaneers, Mahomes passed for 359 passing yards marking the fifth time since 2018 that a quarterback threw for more than 300 yards in a game's opening half. Mahomes is now responsible for three of those five occasions with 300 yard first-half performances at Jacksonville on Sept. 8, 2019 and at Oakland on Sept. 15, 2019.
- Logged his 17th-career 300+ passing yard game in Week 15 against Denver (12/15/19), tying Pro Football Hall of Fame QB Kurt Warner (17) for second-most 300+ yard passing games in a quarterback's first three seasons in NFL history.
- Became the fastest QB to reach 70 passing touchdowns in 27 career games, passing Dan Marino (29 games) during the Week 12 game against Oakland (12/1/19).
- Recorded 1,831 passing yards with no interceptions in the first five games of the 2019 season, passing Peyton Manning (1,744 passing yards in 2013) for the most passing yards without an interception to begin a season in NFL history.
- Threw for 278 yards in the second quarter in Week 2 at Oakland (9/15/19), the second-most passing yards in any single quarter in a game in NFL history, trailing only New Orleans QB Drew Brees who threw for 294 yards in the fourth quarter at Atlanta on Nov. 9, 2008.
- During the 2018 season became just the second quarterback (QB Peyton Manning in 2013) in NFL history to throw for 50 touchdowns and 5,000 passing yards in a single-season.
- Became the fastest player to 4,000 career passing yards by accomplishing the feat in just 13 career games.
- In his first season a the full-time starter broke the Chiefs single-season passing touchdown record, passing Len Dawson with 31 touchdown passes through Week 10 of the 2018 season. Finished the 2018 season with 50 touchdown passes, tied for the second-most in a single season in NFL history with QB Tom Brady (50 in 2007).
- Recorded longest touchdown pass of his career (89 yards) in Week 17 vs. Oakland (12/30/18).
- Has recorded six touchdown passes in a game twice in his career against the Steelers (9/16/18) and the Rams (11/19/20), tying Chiefs QB Len Dawson for most touchdown passes in one game in team history.
- First quarterback in Chiefs history to throw for 300+ yards in eight consecutive games in a single season (2018).
Postseason Career Highlights:
- Threw the game winning touchdown overtime pass to TE Travis Kelce to win the AFC Divisional Round against the Buffalo Bills. His 33 completions are the most in a single postseason game in franchise history, his 44 attempts are the fourth most in a single postseason game in franchise history and his 75.0 completion percentage is the fourth-best single-game mark in franchise postseason history. His 378 passing yards tie for the second-most in a single game in franchise postseason history.
- Has thrown five touchdown passes in a postseason game for the second time in his career. Mahomes joins PFHOF QB Kurt Warner (twice) and QB Daryle Lamonica (twice) as the only players in NFL history to have multiple playoff games with five or more passing touchdowns.
- Owns the franchise postseason records for passing yards (2,728), touchdowns (22), completions (221), attempts (340), and completion percentage (65.0).
- Ranks first in career postseason passing touchdowns (17), passing yards (2,324), passes attempted (301), passes completed (191) and completion percentage (63.5) in franchise history.
- With his start in the AFC Championship Game against Buffalo (1/24/21) became the 12th quarterback since the 1970 merger to start in three-consecutive conference championship games and the first to accomplish the feat prior to his 26th birthday. He also became the first quarterback ever to accomplish the feat in his first four seasons in the league.
- In the AFC Championship Game against Tennessee (1/19/20) became the first player in Chiefs franchise history to ever record multiple passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown (three passing, one rushing) in a postseason game.
- Became the first player in NFL history to record 300+ pass yards, five+ pass touchdowns and 50+ rushing yards in a playoff game in the AFC Divisional Round against Houston (1/12/20).
- Threw five touchdown passes in the 2020 AFC Divisional Round, the most in a single-game in Chiefs postseason history and tied for the fourth-most in NFL history. Four of his five touchdowns came in the second quarter, making him just the second player in NFL postseason history (QB Doug Williams in Super Bowl XXII) with four passing touchdowns in a single quarter.
- Named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for December of the 2021 season.
- Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for Week 1 and 10 of the 2021 season.
- Named to the Pro Bowl for the fourth-consecutive year following the 2021 season.
- Named second-team AP All-Pro and to the PFWA All-AFC team following the 2020 season.
- Named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for November. He threw for 1,598 yards and 14 touchdowns with just one interception throughout the month. He led the league with 14 passing plays of at least 25 yards in November while completing his throws at the highest clip of any player in the NFL with at least four games played (72.9%). He averaged 399.5 yards-per-game across those contests, which is the highest mark for any player in a single month in NFL history.
- Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week during the 2020 season twice, following Weeks 3 and 8.
- Named Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl LIV after completing 26-of-42 passes for 286 yards with three total touchowns (two passing, one rushing) in the come-from-behind victory over San Francisco.
- Named AFC Offensive Player of Month for September after starting the 2019 season with the league-lead in touchdown passes (10) and 1,510 passing yards, the third-most in NFL history through four games.
- Named AFC Offensive Player of Week following Week 2 of the 2019 season, where he threw four touchdowns, completed 30-of-44 passes for 443 yards against the Oakland Raiders, marking his second-highest yardage total in a single game.
- Won the ESPY for the Best NFL Player in ESPN's annual awards show in July of 2019.
- Awarded the National Football League's Most Valuable Player for 2018 season.
- Named 2018 FedEx Air Player of the year.
- Three-Time Fedex Air Player of the Week in 2018 season (Weeks 2, 7 and 8).
- Earned back-to-back AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after his debut against the Chargers (9/9) where he completed 15 of 27 passes (55.5%) for 256 yards and four touchdowns and in Week 2 against the Steelers (9/16), completing 26 of 28 passes for 326 yards and six touchdowns.
- 2018 AFC Player of the Month for September.
- Named the 2018 Offensive Player of the Year by AP, PFWA, SI and the 101 Awards.
Re-signed with Kansas City (7/6/20) ... Originally entered the NFL as a first-round pick (10th overall) by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Patrick Mahomes Named AFC Offensive Player of the Month
Mahomes threw for 1,110 yards and eight touchdowns in the month of December
Patrick Mahomes Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week
Mahomes completed 31-of-42 passes for 416 yards and five touchdowns on Sunday
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Andy Reid on OTAs: "I can't say enough about the energy level"
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OL Cam Erving Getting an Opportunity, Says Joining Chiefs Was "Breath of Fresh Air"
The former first-round pick is in his first full offseason with the Chiefs
Social Recap: Memorial Day, Dr. LDT and Reactions to the NBA Playoffs
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Chiefs Continue Tweaking and Building Offense Around Patrick Mahomes
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Chiefs' QB Patrick Mahomes: "I Thought I Overthrew Him..."
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What We Learned from Head Coach Andy Reid on Thursday
Coach Reid met with the media following Organized Team Activities on Thursday
Chiefs Offseason Workouts Preview: Checking Out the Quarterbacks
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Social Recap: Patrick Mahomes Returns to the Baseball Diamond for a Night
A roundup of what the Chiefs have been up to on social media
Chiefs Offseason Workouts Preview: Checking Out the Tight Ends
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Chiefs' Quarterbacks Experience Battle Simulation at Fort Leavenworth
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Chiefs Offseason Workouts Preview: Checking Out the Receivers
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Social Recap: Mother's Day, NASCAR and a Legendary Pair of Jorts
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Chiefs Rookie Minicamp: 68 Players Set to Participate, Plus Other Important Info
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Patrick Mahomes: "We'll be working out and throwing" | Press Conference 6/16
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes speaks with the media following day three of mandatory minicamp
Patrick Mahomes: "Defenses won't know [where the ball is going]." | Press Conference 5/26
QB Patrick Mahomes speaks with the media following Week One of Phase Three during 2022 Offseason Workouts.
Patrick Mahomes: "I feel like we still have a strong foundation of guys that have been here" | Press Conference 4/18
QB Patrick Mahomes speaks to the media as the Chiefs being offseason activities.
Patrick Mahomes' Top 10 Plays from the 2021 Season
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Patrick Mahomes: "This isn't our standard, we want to win the Super Bowl" | AFC Championship Press Conference
QB Patrick Mahomes speaks to the media after AFC Championship matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals
Patrick Mahomes' Best Plays from 3-TD Game in AFC Championship | Chiefs vs. Bengals
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Patrick Mahomes' Shovel Pass to Travis Kelce Sets up First-and-Goal
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes' shovel pass to tight end Travis Kelce sets up first-and-goal.
Every Completion from Patrick Mahomes' Near-Perfect First Half | Chiefs vs. Bengals
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Patrick Mahomes Fires Over the Middle to Tyreek Hill for 33 Yards
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes fires over the middle to wide receiver Tyreek Hill for 33 yards in first half's final minute.
TOUCHDOWN: Patrick Mahomes Escapes Pressure and hits Travis Kelce for TD
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes spins around in the pocket to avoid a sack before completing a touchdown pass to tight end Travis Kelce.
Patrick Mahomes' 44-Yard Launch to Mecole Hardman Couldn't be More Accurate
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TOUCHDOWN: Patrick Mahomes Laser-Beams Sidearm TD to Tyreek Hill on Opening Drive
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Patrick Mahomes: "We like to adjust on the fly" | Press Conference 1/28
QB Patrick Mahomes speaks to the media.
NFL Network: Baldy breaks down Mahomes, Allen in divisional round instant classic
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QB. Patrick Mahomes speaks to the media.
GMFB: What would a Championship Sunday win mean for Patrick Mahomes?
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Patrick Mahomes: "I'll remember this for the rest of my life" | Divisional Playoff Press Conference
QB Patrick Mahomes to the media after Divisional Playoff win over the Buffalo Bills
Patrick Mahomes Most Amazing Plays from 4-TD Game in Divisional Playoffs | Chiefs vs. Bills
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GAME WINNER: Patrick Mahomes Floats Game-Winning TD Pass to Travis Kelce in Overtime
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes floats game-winning TD pass to tight end Travis Kelce in OT.
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Patrick Mahomes Pin Points Jerick McKinnon for 20 Yards on Fourth Down
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TOUCHDOWN: Patrick Mahomes hit Byron Pringle for a TD
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