3 Reasons why Patrick Mahomes Will take Kansas City Chief to the Super Bowl

The Kansas City Chiefs are the model franchise in the NFL right now. The only question is if they can become the league’s next great dynasty.

Over the last four seasons, Kansas City has reached the Super Bowl three times and won it twice. While the supporting cast has changed quite a bit over the years, the foundation has remained unchanged: Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes, and Travis Kelce lead the offense, while Chris Jones powers the pass rush from the interior defensive line.

This certainly does not feel like the strongest Chiefs team of this era. Drops from the wide receivers have been a huge problem all year. Kelce is getting older, and has lost some of his explosive play ability. The offensive line is solid but unspectacular. This is now a team carried by its defense. Somehow, the Chiefs are still two wins away from their third Super Bowl under Reid and Mahomes.

Here’s three reasons why the Chiefs will go the Super Bowl once again.

Patrick Mahomes
The bottom line here?

He is still Patrick Mahomes.

The Chiefs quarterback got a chance to do something for the first time last week: Play an AFC playoff game on the road. All he did was deliver a near-perfect performance, completing 17 of 23 passes for 215 yards and a pair of touchdowns, good for an NFL Passer Rating of 131.6 and a QBR of 91.2.


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