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NFL fans continue to be in awe over what Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes can do on the football field. We saw it first hand early during Sunday night’s game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Mahomes was downright filthy against a game Colts squad early and often. He’s also now reached the 7,000 career passing yard plateau in record fashion. In fact, Mahomes has done it less than halfway through his 22nd career game. Kurt Warner previously held the record at 25 games.

This is just the latest example of the reigning NFL MVP putting up numbers we’ve never seen from a quarterback in the history of the league.

Mahomes entered Sunday’s game on pace for over 6,000 passing yards with 40 touchdowns and zero interceptions on the season. Is that good?