Andy Reid’s Kansas City Chiefs remain unbeaten after four weeks. The defending champions picked up right where they left off last season with some impressive displays in the opening weeks.
They started off with a strong win from behind over Deshaun Watson’s struggling Houston Texans outfit. But they struggled in their second game against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Harrison Butker came to their rescue in the dying stages with some crucial field goals to secure a win. They went on to beat the Baltimore Ravens and the New England Patriots over the next two weeks.
Are Patrick Mahomes’ Kansas City Chiefs already the next ‘dynasty’ in the NFL?
Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs seem unbeatable this season
The Chiefs are already the NFL's next dynasty, according to @EmmanuelAcho:
"Patrick Mahomes has won a Super Bowl before he has lost a game by more than 7 points." pic.twitter.com/83U1yNOWiZ
— Speak For Yourself (@SFY) October 6, 2020
On the latest installment of Speak For Yourself, hosts Emmanuel Acho and Marcellus Wiley were involved in a heated debate around the meteoric rise of the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Missouri-based franchise is aiming to emulate what Bill Belichick and Tom Brady did with the New England Patriots over the last two decades. In other words, they’re trying to become the NFL’s next big ‘dynasty’.
The Super Bowl LIV champions are on track to defend their title this season. Their recent win over the Patriots is proof that Patrick Mahomes and Co. are not scared to ‘grind out’ results.
Mahomes, in particular, is having a brilliant individual season himself. The 2018 NFL MVP has thrown for 1,100+ yards with 11 passing TDs against zero interceptions. But it’s safe to say that the young quarterback has not hit his full stride just yet.
The Chiefs are scheduled to play the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday and will be eager to maintain their unbeaten record. Coach Andy Reid is more than happy with the business done in the offseason.
Contract extensions with Patrick Mahomes, Sammy Watkins, and Chris Jones, ensures the future of the franchise. The acquisition of Clyde Edwards-Helaire is turning out to be a blockbuster move by the Chiefs management.
GM Brett Veach is doing a fantastic job at the moment. But can the Kansas City Chiefs win back-to-back Super Bowl titles?