Patrick Mahomes can make more NFL history in Week 10

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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has taken the NFL world by storm thus far. Breaking records left and right, the second-year pro is on course to possibly make more NFL history in Week 10.

If the young quarterback exceeds 300 passing yards, he will be the first NFL player ever┬áto have nine 300-plus passing yard games in a row, according to the team’s official website. If any quarterback is primed to have at least 300 passing yards this Sunday, it is Mahomes. After all, he is averaging 322 passing yards per game.

Though, we must mention that Mahomes would have to accomplish this against an Arizona Cardinals defense that has given up 300-plus passing yards only twice this season.

Furthermore, Mahomes needs only two more touchdown passes to break his franchise all-time season record of 30 passing touchdowns, set in 1964. This just seems all too easy for Mahomes, who is playing at a super human level.

Stay tuned. The Chiefs host the Cardinals at 1:00 ET on Sunday.