As the Chiefs beat the Raiders in Week 26, last year, MVP Patrick Mahomes Burst for a Few of the greatest Sole quarters in NFL history.
After a 10-0 lead had opened up and held the Chiefs to their first scoreless first quarter since Mahomes took over as starter last year, four touchdowns threw in the second as the match turned around.
Mahomes threw two dents into one to newcomer Mecole Hardman Demarcus Robinson, and yet another to end Travis Kelce in a spell.
Although he did not set any records, Mahomes’ 278 yards in a single quarter were the most second-most at 40 seasons (supporting Drew Brees with 294 at 2008) while Aaron Rodgers had been the final QB to throw four TDs in a quarter, and he also did that back in 2014.
Mahomes – who was only the third quarterback to throw 50 touchdowns in a season – also completed five straight passes of 27 yards to finish half and the quarter.
Following the flurry of scoring before the break, both sides were scoreless in the second half as the Chiefs moved to 2-0 on the season and held on to their victory. Mahomes completed the match 30/44, together using 4 TDs, yards and no interceptions.
Click on the video over to watch the touchdowns from Mahomes’ functionality that is second-quarter that is magical!