Patrick Mahomes, the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback, is on track to set numerous records during his playing career. On Sunday night, he achieved four career Super Bowl fumble recoveries, surpassing the previous record held by any player in Super Bowl history. Additionally, Mahomes tied the all-time record with five Super Bowl fumbles.
Given his talent and skill, it is expected that Mahomes will continue to break records in regular-season, postseason, and potentially Super Bowl performances. At just 28 years old, it is reasonable to believe that Mahomes will make a return to the Super Bowl. As he continues to improve and refine his skills on the field, his abilities are only expected to become more advanced.
For those who may not be fans of Mahomes or the Chiefs, there is little to say other than they should expect more greatness from him as long as he continues to play professional football. With potentially another decade or more left in his career, it is not inconceivable for Mahomes to one day be chasing after Tom Brady’s record of seven Super Bowl wins. However, the bigger question may be whether Mahomes will even get to double-digit Super Bowl appearances before retiring from football.