Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes Hits Incredible Career Milestone After Just 40 Games

Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes officially has a century worth of touchdowns to his name. On Sunday, the reigning world champion reached 100 career scores on an impressive 28-yard touchdown pass to none other than wide receiver Tyreek Hill.

Even better: it only took 40 games to do so, making him the fastest to do it in league history.

This is only Mahomes’ third NFL season as a starter, so this distinction is pretty impressive for the 25-year-old. According to the Chiefs’ communications team, he also holds a league record of most consecutive contests with a TD pass at 19 games.

Following a score from Carolina Panthers QB Teddy Bridgewater, Mahomes began the road to 200 with this 2-yard pass to Cheetah to put the home side back in the lead in the middle of the fourth quarter.

It’s been said time and time again, but No. 15 is really one of the most eclectic athletes to ever play in the NFL and it goes without saying, he’ll look phenomenal in a gold jacket once that moment arrives.

Twitter Reacts To Mahomes’ Latest Accomplishment

Naturally, Chiefs Kingdom and NFL fans rushed to Twitter to congratulate Mahomes on his feat, with fiancee Brittany Matthews leading the way in celebrating her better half. Others chimed in and stated No. 15 is on his way to a second league MVP award.

It’s Patrick Mahomes’ world and we’re just living in it. Here’s to the next 100.

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