Patrick Mahomes is up to his old tricks.
In five seasons, Mahomes has completed 66.1% of his passes for 18,991 yards and 151 touchdowns, en route to a 50-13 record as a starter and back-to-back Super Bowl appearances, with a win in Super Bowl LIV.
However, while he has certainly made a name for himself in the NFL in a short period of time with his numbers, this latest pass has the potential to take his legend to new heights — if he can pull it off in-game.
That said, let’s take a look at some of Mahomes’ most impressive passes so far.
Mahomes’ no-look passes quickly became a trademark during his first few years in the league, with his first no-look pass in the NFL coming as a rookie in 2017 during a Week 17 matchup against the Denver Broncos — which happened to be his first NFL start.
He continued perfecting his signature move over the years in practices …
… and honing his no-look pass in regular-season games.
No-look, side-arm pass
During his sophomore year in training camp, Mahomes added another layer to his signature move, pulling off a no-look, side-arm throw while rolling to the right and sliding in between three defenders.
No one can forget Mahomes’ left-handed throw that sparked a game-winning drive for Kansas City against Denver in Week 4 of the 2018-19 season on Monday Night Football.
The Chiefs were trailing the Broncos by three points with three minutes left to play, and Mahomes, who was being chased down by Von Miller, avoided a detrimental sack that could have ended things. After escaping Miller, Mahomes found Tyreek Hill near the sideline for a first down, and K.C. went on to come back from a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat Denver 27-23 and remain undefeated on the year.
The Chiefs went on to defeat the Raiders by double digits, 41-14, to improve to 6-4 on the season.
What does Mahomes do when the pocket is collapsing around him? He jumps in the air and finds his receiver for a 60-yard touchdown, of course.
That’s exactly what he did when the Chiefs took on the Tennessee Titans in Week 10 of the 2019-20 season.
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