Hours After Zach Wilson War, $450,000,000 Kanas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes Drops a Heartbreaking Confession

The Kansas City Chiefs were expected to cruise past the New York Jets on Sunday night, but found themselves in a tussle with the underdogs. The Jets, led by a backup QB Zach Wilson filling in for an injured legend A-Rod, rallied from a 17-point deficit and tied the game in the third quarter. Amidst the hard-fought victory, QB Patrick Mahomes had an upsetting revelation for fans.

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The Chiefs managed to pull off a narrow 23-20 win, thanks to some clutch plays by their star quarterback, Patrick Mahomes. He had a subpar game by his standards but showed his leadership and grit by converting two crucial third downs with his legs on the final drive. But he was understandably not content with his performance or his team’s, and he let his thoughts bare in the open.

Winning is all that matters

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The 28-year-old superstar QB lamented before the media: “Obviously we didn’t play… to our level in that kind of that second, third quarter.” It was commendable that the 2X Super Bowl winner did not hide behind excuses for the team’s performance. He also stated something important that fans and the media needed to hear in his post-game presser.

Mahomes went into the nature of their victory before the media when he said: “It’s not always going to be pretty… for four quarters, especially when you’re playing a good defense like that, but whenever the opportunity arises, it’s about going down there and finishing.” Besides talking about his team, Mahomes had much to say about his rival on the Jets team, Zach Wilson.

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“He played his tail off. He battled. We have a good defense, and he made a lot of big-time throws into the windows and down the field,” Mahomes said in praise of the 24-year-old after the game. The reigning NFL MVP’s words will boost motivation for the youngster after the harsh treatment earlier this season.

Coming of age moment for Wilson

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Earlier this season, in the Week 1 game, the New York Jets’ costly acquisition, Aaron Rodgers, was sidelined for an entire season with an Achilles tendon injury. Backup QB Wilson was thrust into guiding the Jets throughout the season. Still, after a couple of less-than-impressive games, people were calling for his removal. One of the best QBs in the game, Mahomes, had praised him after the meeting at MetLife.

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Wilson had his best game of the season, going 28 of 39 for 245 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for a 2-point conversion that tied the game at 20 in the third quarter. Wilson would love to capitalize on this form and get his team back to winning ways.

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While The Chiefs are still one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl, they have some work to do to return to their dominant form. They will face another tough test next week when they visit the Minnesota Vikings, who are coming off a close loss to the Detroit Lions.

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