With On-Field Woes Costing Them an Easy Win, Patrick Mahomes Bluntly Warns Kansas City Chiefs of “Piling Up L’s” Ahead of Collision With Tom Brady With Both Teams 2–1 After Week 3

Published 09/26/2022, 11:00 AM EDT
Sep 25, 2022; Indianapolis, Indiana, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) is sacked by Indianapolis Colts defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (91) during the second quarter at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports

NFL superstar Patrick Mahomes said his team Kansas City Chiefs will learn from the loss against Indianapolis Colts. Andy Reid’s men suffered a dramatic 20-17 defeat in Week 3. It was one of the major upsets in the 2022 season. The game also saw Mahomes losing his cool as he was involved in a spat with offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. The 27-year-old and his team have an enormous challenge next week. They meet Tom Brady and Tampa in the Sunday clash next week. 

The young superstar said he is aware of the hard schedule. He shared concern about “piling up L’s,” ahead of the titanic battle. “Our schedule gets no easier. We have a hard game Sunday night football in Tampa next week with a great defense. So we have to get better quickly. If we don’t, we don’t want to make these L’s to start piling up. We want to make sure we get back on that winning train,” the 2020 Super Bowl winner said. 


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Patrick Mahomes had a tough outing versus Colts

The NFL star started the game on a forgetful note. He could only throw 84 yards in the first half. Mahomes completed 20-of-35 passes for 262 yards in the game. The talented QB also registered one touchdown against one interception. Talking in the presser, the NFL superstar feels he can improve on his performance in the next game. 

Sep 25, 2022; Indianapolis, Indiana, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) throws a pass during the second half against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas City’s shot caller lost his cool in the first half on offensive coordinator Bieniemy. During the post-match presser, he detailed what happened between the duo. “I pretty much just said, ‘Let me have a chance at it,’ and he was just like, ‘Let’s get to the locker room and get to the next half.’ I don’t know if that’s an altercation. That was the end of the conversation,” the QB added


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Mahomes is ready to meet Brady and Bucs

The hype is huge for the Bucs versus Chiefs clash. Many fans and experts consider Patrick Mahomes as the ideal successor to Tom Brady. A veteran with experience of 23 seasons, TB12 is a giant force in the NFL. PM15 has started off his career on a promising note. He has already won an NFL Super Bowl Ring and MVP award.


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The Chiefs’ impact player has the highest passer rating in league history. He is the youngest QB to win Super Bowl MVP. Sunday is probably the last time the NFL may witness the duo clash with each other. They would give their best shot to win the team battle.

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Nidheesh Kumar

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Nidheesh Kumar is an NFL writer for EssentiallySports. He has completed his Masters in Communication from the University of Hyderabad and was previously a sports journalist with Telangana Today. An avid enthusiast, Nidheesh is a loyal fan of writing and conversations revolving anything remotely around sports.

Edited By: Gurjyot Singh Dadial