Patrick Mahomes (27) summoned legends of the National Football League (NFL) one after another as he won his second Super Bowl in his career.
The Kansas City Chiefs, led by “Field Commander” Mahomes, defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 in the 57th Super Bowl held at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, USA on the 13th (Korean time). The Chiefs stood at the top for the third time in their career after the 4th tournament in 1969 and the 54th tournament in 2019슬롯사이트. In particular, in the last 4 seasons, they have advanced to the Super Bowl 3 times and won 2 times, starting to build a ‘dynasty’.
At the center of it all is quarterback Mahomes.
Mahomes was drafted by the Chiefs with the 10th overall pick in the 1st round of the 2017 NFL Draft. After taking the starting position in the 2018-2019 season, he immediately became the regular season MVP (Most Valuable Player). He even won the Super Bowl the following season. He was also the youngest Super Bowl MVP of all time.
He returned to the throne after 4 years.
Mahomes recorded 3 touchdown passes and 182 passing yards on the day. He did not allow a single interception while making 21 of 27 passing attempts.
In particular, despite an ankle injury, he carried the ball himself in a 35-35 tie at the end of the 4th quarter, advanced 26 yards, and made a heroic performance, setting the stage for the final field goal. Following the regular season MVP a few days ago, he also won the second Super Bowl MVP in his personal career.
Mahomes became the first player since 1999 to win MVP, Super Bowl and Super Bowl MVP in one season.
Mahomes had a season that ‘couldn’t have been better’.
He ranked 1st in NFL touchdown passes, 1st in passing yards, regular season MVP, and Super Bowl MVP in the 2022-2023 season.
What a feat this is, there are only three players in his entire career who have done it. Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, and Kurt Warner. All three are outstanding figures who have made a mark in NFL history.
Mahomes signaled that his era was wide open by demonstrating the brilliance of accomplishing the career feats of NFL legends in a single season.