The Chiefs beat the Bills 26-17. (Getty)


Patrick Mahomes tops Dan Marino, breaks another record in easy win vs. Bills

Kansas City Chiefs superstar Patrick Mahomes passed Dan Marino and achieved yet another milestone in his team's win over the Buffalo Bills.


The Chiefs beat the Bills 26-17. (Getty)

The Chiefs beat the Bills 26-17. (Getty)

We're running out of superlatives to describe Patrick Mahomes. It's clear that he's the new face of the National Football League and that's not likely to change any time soon, not for Lamar Jackson, Josh Allen, Tua Tagovailoa, not even for Trevor Lawrence.

Mahomes has already put together a Hall-of-Fame worthy résumé and continues to pile up incredible milestones at an alarming rate, up to the point where some analysts believe that he'll go down as the greatest quarterback of all time once it's all said and done.

And, while that may seem far-fetched considering he's just getting started and still has a ways to go to earn that distinction, Mahomes continues to break records in almost every single one of his outings.

Patrick Mahomes Becomes The Fastest Quarterback To Ever Throw 90+  Pass TD's

This time, the reigning Super Bowl MVP took down legendary quarterback Dan Marino (40 games) as the fastest quarterback to ever throw 90+ pass touchdowns, needing just 37 career games to reach that figure.

Mahomes continues to prove why he earned the largest contract in NFL history and that, barring a major disaster or health issues, he's poised to lead the Kansas City Chiefs to multiple Super Bowl wins.

He finished the game with 21 completions on 26 attempts (80.0%) for 225 yards for a couple of touchdowns and no interceptions, adding 10 rushes for 36 yards to lift his team to a 26-17 win over the Buffalo Bills.

Even on a modest season, Patrick Mahomes is posting a career-high in rating (114.1), completing 101 of 150 passes (67.3% completion percentage, also a career-high) for 1,134 yards (283.4 yards per game) with 11 touchdowns and no interceptions, while also rushing 19 times for 108 yards and one score. The Chiefs are 5-1 in their Super Bowl champions season and it's hard to envision a team capable of taking the crown away from them right now.


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