Kansas City Chiefs tipped to win Super Bowl because of ‘special’ Patrick Mahomes

Patrick Mahomes has been tipped to help lead the Kansas City Chiefs to Super Bowl glory this season.

The 24-year-old quarterback helped fire his team to the NFL ’s AFC championship game after a comeback victory over the Houston Texans on Sunday night.

Indeed, the Chiefs came back from a 24 point deficit to win 51-31 at Arrowhead Stadium, the fifth largest ever in postseason history.

Mahomes recorded five touchdowns and had a passer rating of 134.6 with the Chiefs at one point scoring touchdowns on seven successive drives.

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The Chiefs, who lost to the New England Patriots in overtime in last year’s conference title game, will play the Tennessee Titans next Sunday for a spot in the Super Bowl.

And Mahomes has been tipped to help fire his team to the Miami showpiece event and win the Lombardi Trophy because he is ‘extra, extra special’.

“This is a team that can explode on you at any moment,” said NFL expert Jeff Reinebold after the game.

“They have a great offence, defence, and special teams, and can destroy a team in moments.

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“We saw what they did tonight after being down by 24 points, they then scored 28 points in nine minutes.

“And that quarterback is extra, extra special and can take them all the way.”

The young superstar quarterback, who was named the NFL MVP last season, threw for 321 yards against the Texans.

And in doing so he became the first player in NFL history with 300+ pass yards, five touchdown passes and 50+ rush yards in a playoff game.

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And he is now just one win away from making his Super Bowl berth against either the San Francisco 49ers or the Green Bay Packers.

The Chiefs, who have appeared in only one Super Bowl in their history when they won it in 1970, have not had much postseason luck in recent years.

But with Mahomet on the field and firing, fans are starting to believe once again that this year could be their year.

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