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Patrick Mahomes breaks ancient NFL record

Chiefs Wire logo Chiefs Wire 11/4/2018 Charles Goldman
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Patrick Mahomes has continued to crush records in his young career, but they just keep getting crazier and crazier by the day.

NFL Research has been tweeting the Chiefs a lot this season. With 3,042 yards and 29 passing touchdowns, Patrick Mahomes has more yards and passing touchdowns through 10 career games than any player since 1950. He's crushing records that have stood in the NFL for over 6 decades and the game against the Browns isn't even over yet.

Everyone thought that it'd be hard for Patrick Mahomes to sustain this type of production, but here we are starting the second half of the season and he's rolling. Mahomes continues to inch closer to a bunch of milestones held by all-time great quarterbacks.

Obviously the one that we'll want to keep an eye on is the 55 touchdown passes thrown by Peyton Manning in 2013 which is good for the most in an NFL season. If Mahomes can break that record in his first season as an NFL starter, imagine what he'll be able to do once he gets a few years under his belt.

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