“No Way to Defend Him”: Reason Behind Patrick Mahomes NFL Dominance Revealed as Chiefs QB Continues to Make Offseason Waves



What does it take to be the best in the world? For Patrick Mahomes, the answer is more than just talent and hard work. It is also overcoming adversity, adapting to challenges, and leading by example. Mahomes has been in the spotlight recently for various reasons, some good and some bad. He has faced a sexual battery charge against his brother Jackson Mahomes, a scathing review from a local bar, and an injury scare in the playoffs.

But he has also shown his class by throwing away trash on the sidelines and his dominance by leading the league in touchdowns. Recently, the show ‘First Things First’ analyzed how Mahomes will lead the Chiefs to dominate the NFL at the moment. According to a standout television personality, defending against Mahomes seems nearly impossible because he excels in every aspect of the game.

Patrick Mahomes NFL dominance

According to Nick, looking back at the Chiefs’ previous seasons, it is evident that when Mahomes throws from outside the red zone, their performance ends successfully. Similarly, when the average touchdown pass occurs within the five-yard line, the Chiefs’ season also culminates in triumph. “I remember it quite fondly that’s how it ended,” Nick said. Mahomes’ average of 17 yards per touchdown pass is an extraordinary number, comparable to his outstanding 2019 season.

“There’s no way to defend him [Mahomes] and you add to it he is as dangerous a runner as any of the great passers that we’ve ever seen.”  Even if teams focus on shutting down his shorter passes, Mahomes can still exploit the defense by targeting deep throws. As a result, there is simply no effective defense against Patrick Mahomes’ exceptional skills and abilities.

CBS reporter hails Mahomes as NFL’s finest

According to CBS reporter Pete Prisco’s ranking of the NFL’s top 100 players for the upcoming season, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has claimed the title of the best player. In a recent cbssports report, Prisco believes that Mahomes is not only the best currently but also has the potential to be considered the greatest of all time if he maintains his current level of performance.

“Oh, and he’s only 27. That should scare the heck out of the rest of the NFL. He isn’t even in his prime yet. Tom Brady, he’s coming for you.” – Pete Prisco.   However, Mahomes is not the only exceptional quarterback on the list. In fact, the top three spots are all occupied by quarterbacks. Josh Allen from the Buffalo Bills is ranked second, and Joe Burrow from the Cincinnati Bengals comes in at third place. Prisco considers these three quarterbacks to be extremely close in terms of skill and ability.


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