Mahomes: Chiefs need to win like Brady and the Patriots

Mahomes: Chiefs need to win like Brady and the Patriots

Javier Howell
October 16, 2018

Kansas City Chiefs star wide receiver Tyreek Hill found the endzone on three separate occasions during last night's shootout against the New England Patriots, the last of which resulted in a face-to-face encounter with multiple Pats fans.

Thanks to their undefeated record heading into Sunday night's meeting with the New England Patriots, the Kansas City Chiefs have become quite comfortable being near the top of the 2018 NFL Power Rankings along with the Los Angeles Rams.

"We talked about competing for 60 minutes and that's what it took". He made a lot of big ones - the one at the end to Tyreek (Hill) was a great throw, and he had some other great throws.

Thielen's 58 catches not only leads the National Football League now but is the most ever by a player in the opening six games of a season. So many that, when these games end we're like jewelers inspecting diamonds searching for flaws in something that was really, really exquisite.

Johnny Hekker is usually only seen booting the ball away for the LA Rams when their offence can't get things going, but he showed he's got the skills of Odell Beckham during the game in Denver.

The Chiefs can "take this loss" as Hunt said because they feel pretty good that this won't be the only time they see the Patriots this year.

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Hightower's interception early in the game (surprisingly the first regular-season interception of his career) played a key role in New England grabbing the control in the first quarter, with the turnover giving the Patriots the football at the Chiefs' 4-yard line.

Brady said: "He made some big ones, made a lot of big ones".

Had Speaks wrapped Brady up, the Patriots likely would have settled for a field goal to tie the game at 33, so the outcome of the game might have flipped on Speaks' whiff. I'm not going to have any more of those this year. I thought we went out and played hard.

The score was Hill's third touchdown of the game and when he got to the end zone, he definitely didn't get a warm welcome.

The "yeah, buts." and laments about which guy sucks, what play call was stupid and how this team won't be winning Super Bowls playing like that usually come raining down. "I think, I'm glad when [Hill was running] I said, 'Good, score quick.' Because then we had enough time".