Patrick Mahomes Ties Dan Marino’s Mammoth NFL Career Record in Just 6 Seasons

Patrick Mahomes Ties Dan Marino’s Mammoth NFL Career Record in Just 6 Seasons

With each passing day, Patrick Mahomes constantly proves that he is the best. He is breaking records like it is a cakewalk and has scripted records like no other athlete in NFL history.

 

 

Recently, he unlocked another achievement surpassing the Dolphins legend Dan Marino in terms of passing yards. The Week 11 encounter not only handed Mahomes a thrilling win but also an opportunity to rewrite history.

 

 

 

 

It was a nail-biting game, with the Chiefs sealing a last-minute 30-27 victory against the Chargers. Meanwhile, it turns out Mahomes completed the 37th 300-yard passing yards game of his career within the first seven NFL seasons.

This feat was previously achieved by Dan Marino from 1983 to 1989 and now Mahomes has joined this elite club. While it took Marino 101 games as a starter to make this happen, the Chiefs passer did it in 73 games.

 

 

This record has been left untouched and unnoticed since the 1980s, but now it is about to break as six games are still left in the season.

 

 

Patrick Mahomes Ties Dan Marino’s Mammoth NFL Career Record in Just 6 Seasons

 

 

The second prospect on the current list is Andrew Luck, who completed 33 games of 300 passing yards in this time frame. This Sunday, the Chiefs will have a blockbuster matchup against the reigning Super Bowl champions Los Angeles Rams.

However, the Matthew Stafford-led side is on the brink of a lost campaign with a miserable season record of 3-7.

Meanwhile, Mahomes and Co. will look to better their chances of title contention, given their receiver corps had taken a hit a few weeks ago.

Patrick Mahomes Ties Dan Marino’s Mammoth NFL Career Record in Just 6 Seasons

However, it looks fine now because JuJu Smith-Schuster is expected to return and Kadarius Toney getting his position elevated allows the OC to evaluate other backup prospects. There is no update on Mecole Hardman as he continues to remain in the injured reserve.

Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid give their Thanksgiving message

It’s an iconic week for each and every person out there to be thankful and appreciate the efforts of many people who contributed to the well-being of humanity.

Just like other teams, head coach Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes spoke about what they were thankful for. “Turducken. I mean, you think about Turducken,” Reid said, recalling John Madden’s legacy.”

“I still have my Turducken in the freezer in tribute to him. I’m debating stuffing it. He’s my guy. I appreciate everything he did for me and just a good human being and for the game,” he added. Similarly, Mahomes paid his respects and recalled childhood memories.

“I got Madden the video game like right when Madden the video game became ‘it,’ which it still is. And so, I played it all growing up. Hearing his voice, it’s ingrained in me now.” Mahomes narrated. Regardless, the season is progressing quite well for Kansas City. It will be exciting to see if they can get anywhere close to the ultimate title.

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