QB Patrick Mahomes break NFL record for most passing yards through 50 games

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As the K.C. Chiefs game against the meeting Cleveland Browns becomes more exceptional with the presentation of the final quarter, an extremely cool second came for Patrick Mahomes at the end of the third with the news that the Chiefs quarterback had broken a record with a couple of games to play.

Kurt Warner set the imprint with 14,372 passing yards in his initial 50 games—a incredible feat that has stood twenty years in a pass cheerful current NFL. In any case, Mahomes overshadowed that imprint in his 47th beginning with a full quarter to go as he presently has 236 passing yards against the Browns up until now.

Mahomes has set records for his outstanding production at each and every progression of his professional journey, starting with a Most Valuable Player crusade in his first year as a starter when he ignored for 5,000 yards and tossed for 50 scores in 2018. From that point, he followed that up with consecutive seasons in which he was the sprinter up for the ordinary season MVP prize behind Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens in 2019 and Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers in 2020.

Past the entirety of his on-field success in the regular season, the most significant achievements of all have come in the postseason as the Chiefs have facilitated the AFC Championship three straight seasons and have proceeded to play in two Super Bowls, remembering a success for Super Bowl LIV that brought Kansas City their first title in quite a while.

Mahomes presently desires to lead the Chiefs to a fourth quarterback rebound over the Browns and start the year with a strong initial move toward another title run.