Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes could ‘break every record in NFL history’
Through his first first-year plus as the Kansas City Chiefs, quarterback Patrick Mahomes has taken the league behind his stellar play on the field.
Mahomes has continued at this impressive pace this season as he has recorded 1,195 passing yards with 10 touchdowns to zero interceptions through the first three games of the year. Detroit Lions safety Quandre Diggs has voiced that he believes that Mahomes will break all the passing records, according to Michael Rothstein of ESPN.
“To me, Tom Brady is going to be the best ever for my whole life, that’s just how it is,” Diggs said. “But the way Pat’s going, he’s going to break every record in NFL history if he keeps this up.
“I love it, though. A Texas guy and I always brag about Texas football in here, so, you know, I’m cool with that. As long as it’s not against us.”
Mahomes has already broken numerous records along the way in the short time that he has been the Chiefs’ starter that includes earning an MVP award this past season. His 6,292 passing yards, 60 touchdowns, and a 117.3 passer rating are all the best marks for any quarterback through their first 20 career games.
The 24-year-old has already established himself as arguably the best quarterback in the league that looks to be well on his way towards earning his second straight MVP award. Diggs and the Lions defense will be tasked with trying to slow down Mahomes in Week 4 action in hopes stay undefeated on the season.