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The Kansas City Chiefs were rolling in Week 3 as they dismantled the Chicago Bears 41-10 to pick up their second win of the 2023 NFL season.
The Chiefs were in control almost from kickoff as they were able to hold the Bears from scoring on their opening drive and then subsequently score almost at will through three quarters.
Patrick Mahomes was able to find multiple receivers open and move the football without many issues.
It wasn’t long before Kansas City had a 41-0 lead and Andy Reid made the smart decision to pull Mahomes and the other starters with the game well out of hand.
It felt like a normal day at the office for Mahomes who ended the game with 272 passing yards and three touchdowns.
However, this passing yards total allowed him to become the fastest player to reach 25,000 passing yards via Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The @Chiefs are up big and @PatrickMahomes is breaking more records.
Ho hum. pic.twitter.com/BFCo3Iy7XE
— Pro Football Hall of Fame (@ProFootballHOF) September 24, 2023
It’s not surprising to see Mahomes break yet another passing record considering the prolific pace he’s been on since being named the Chiefs’ full-time starter.
No matter who is on the field, Mahomes has the talent to uplift any of his passing options, and coupled with Reid the two are able to find creative ways to get people open.
With two Super Bowl championships under his belt, Mahomes is well on his way to becoming the greatest quarterback in NFL history.
With so many more years left in his career, it’ll be exciting to see what the superstar can do and how much further he can take his game to the next level.
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