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The Story of Patrick Mahomes: The Jack And Master Of All Trades

Patrick Mahomes was born on September 17, 1995, in Tyler, Texas. His father, Pat Mahomes wanted him to quit football because he thought it was a waste of time. Pat wanted Patrick to play baseball so he could take over his legacy. Patrick’s close friend, Spencer Shaw told him to pursue his ambitions for football. In 2014, Patrick was told by Spencer that he was going to win the Super Bowl if he pursued his ambitions to join the NFL.

 

A Jack-Of-All-Trades and a Master of Them All.


Pat Mahomes played in the MLB from 1992-2003 with various teams like the Boston Red Sox, Texas Rangers, and the Chicago Clubs, He taught his son Patrick Mahomes to make complete catches by the time he was 5 years old. Patrick played a diversity of different sports throughout his childhood, which put him ahead of other NFL players.

Patrick attended Whitehouse High School where he became a 3 sports athlete for baseball, football, and basketball. After losing the varsity basketball match and being pressured by his father to quit football, Patrick decided to pursue baseball because it was his main sport. His mother, Randi Mahomes, told him not to quit football because he would regret not seeing his friends. Patrick decided to give football one more chance before quitting for good.


The Final Pitch.

Patrick Mahomes played football at Texas Tech University where he majored in marketing. He quit baseball entirely and decided to focus on football in his sophomore year. During Patrick’s junior year, he led the NCAA Division I FBS players in various categories like total touchdowns (53) and passing yards (5,052). Patrick dropped out of college in his senior year and was ranked 3rd in touchdown passes (93), passing yards (11,252), completions (857), and attempts (1,349).


The Missing Element for The Kansas City Chiefs.

In 2017, Patrick was offered a $16.4 million contract to be the quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs. In 2020, Patrick helped the Kansas City Chiefs win the finals against the San Francisco 49ers with a score of 31-20. By the end of 2020, Patrick had a total of 4,740 yards, 38 touchdowns, and 6 interceptions in 15 games.


In 2022, Patrick helped the Chiefs win another Super Bowl against the Philadelphia Eagles with a score of 38-35. By the end of the 2022 season, Patrick had a total of 5,250 yards, 12 interceptions, and 41 touchdowns in 17 games.


Due to Patrick's natural talent and strong plays, he was offered an extended contract worth $210.6 million by Coach Andy Reid. In 2024, The Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers a second time at the XVIII Super Bowl by 25-22. At the end of the 2024 season, Patrick has made 4,183 yards, 27 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions - all this in a season where people were questioning his performance most of the way.


With Patrick’s natural talent in various sports, he will continue to outperform the majority of his team. Patrick Mahomes may be the element that holds the Kansas City Chiefs together. Since Patrick's overall stats are improving each season he might be a big competition for Christian McCaffrey (the most skilled player, arguably, ever). Patrick Mahomes holds a win/ loss ratio of 74-22 (.770 winning percentage), an elite mark for any QB, and is putting himself on the trajectory for a legendary career.

 



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