“Mahomes Is NOTHING”: Months After Crass Remarks, Brash Coach Jason Brown Slams Patrick With Unfair Andy Reid Reference

Published 12/04/2023, 11:40 PM EST

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Is Patrick Mahomes not good enough? The Packers obliterated the Kansas City Chiefs at the Lambeau Field. The final 27-19 score came after a lot of contested calls and physical gameplay. As a result, football coach Jason Brown had some things to say about Mahomes that would make the QB’s fans unhappy.

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The NFL community used to call Brock Purdy a system QB. Is Patrick Mahomes in the same category now? Well, Brown vouches for it.

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Jason Brown started to draw comparisons between Patrick Mahomes and John Elway, the Broncos veteran QB. He said, “Mahomes couldn’t hold John Elway’s f***** left n** in the cold winter,” implying that he doesn’t have enough ball control. Per Brown, this is the truth about Mahomes. He said, “Without Andy Reid, Mahomes is nothing. Put him in Chicago, how good is Mahomes?”

Brown thinks Mahomes wouldn’t fare well into the playoffs and pointed out that 50% of his throws are at or behind the line of scrimmage. Also, he added Mahomes is the lowest-rated Super Bowl QB of all time. In addition to this, he said that Mahomes was in a “gimmicky” system designed for him to succeed, pointing out how Andy Reid has to adjust to Mahomes to get the best possible outcome from the team.

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These statements come months after Brown wrote on X (formerly Twitter), “But everyone sucks Mahomes d**k like he’s never seen before.” This was in response to a tweet discussing how Dan Marino passed for 5000 yards in 1984. That’s around 6500 yards today.

Many people might not agree with Brown’s statements, and rightfully so. He might be looking at the worst stats this season, but at the same time, ‘Mahomes Magic’ cannot be underestimated.

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In the past, people have said something similar about Brock Purdy. He was labeled as a ‘system’ quarterback, which means he was a product of the system that had been installed, along with the great talent around him. However, the 49ers beat the Eagles to a pulp in their home stadium! So does this argument still hold?

On the other hand, the Chiefs didn’t have a great time against the Packers.

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The Kansas City Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes was able to complete 21 out of his 33 passes and came out with a completion rate of 63.6%. He was intercepted once and was sacked three times at the Lambeau. He passed for 210 yards and had a touchdown. While this may be considered an average performance, it would be unfair to leave out how the Chiefs became prey to unfair play-calling that cost them the game.

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Along with Mahomes, the state of officiating in the NFL is also under scrutiny. The referee, Brad Allen, issued his views later after the game had ended. It was a classic case of “it’s a mutual decision from the ref committee” with him. As per reports, the Packers’ Jonathan Owens escaped punishment after pushing Chiefs’ Travis Kelce.

Adding to that, Marquez Valdez-Scantling was in the highlights for the wrong reasons again, and yes, that was the recipe for the Chiefs’ failure. This was a big miss by the officials. The defensive pass interference by Packers’ cornerback Carrington Valentine on Chiefs’ wide receiver Valdez-Scantling wasn’t called. This left the latter’s fans livid. If called, it would have set the Chiefs in the red zone for a potential touchdown.

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There is no silver lining here for the Chiefs, but for Jordan Love, the game has turned out to be one of his most impactful games of the season.

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