“I’ll do my best to chase Tom Brady’s seven Super Bowl rings” Chiefs’ QB Patrick Mahomes reveals he desires to reach ex-Buccaneers star’s status ahead of game vs Eagles

Patrick Mahomes is the only player who has a chance to rival Tom Brady’s seven Super Bowl championships. The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback will take the field in his third Super Bowl on Sunday against Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles.

The two-time MVP is aiming for his second championship after taking over as Kansas City’s starter in 2018. When asked whether he believes he’ll ever have a record similar to Brady’s, Mahomes told reporters that he’ll try his best to chase greatness, though he added that the same question would have to be asked once he’s 38.

“It’ll be tough. I mean, seven Super Bowl victories, 10 Super Bowls, there’s a reason that he’s so far ahead of everybody else. It’s hard to do, but I’ll do my best to chase it, but I’ll do my best to chase it. I’ve got to start off with trying to win this one this week,” Mahomes said.

Brady has hundreds of league records due to his excellent skill, incredible teammates, and sheer longevity. Brady won three Super Bowls with the New England Patriots over his first five seasons as a starter (2002, 2004, 2005). During their 20-year career together, the three-time MVP and head coach Bill Belichick proved to be one of the finest quarterback-coach combinations of all time, winning three additional championships in 2015, 2017, and 2019. Brady won his seventh and last title with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2021.

If Mahomes wants to match Brady’s seven rings, he’ll need to have a long career like the 45-year-old, who played 23 seasons before retiring on Feb 1. Following Sunday’s Super Bowl, the debate over whether Mahomes can catch Brady may shift.

Through five full seasons, he is presently at 64-16 (80% victory rate). If he plays 14 more full seasons at the same win rate, he will have collected another 190 victories, bringing his total to 254. Much depends on whether Mahomes continues to play into his late 30s or early 40s. Of course, the Kansas City Chiefs’ continued domination in the AFC West is crucial.

If the Chiefs lose, it will be much more difficult for the great quarterback to catch him, especially with quarterbacks like Joe Burrow, Josh Allen, Justin Herbert, Trevor Lawrence, and others improving year after year.


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