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Patrick Mahomes furious on sideline after Kadarius Toney's drop INT

Boston — Patrick Mahomes has never been this angry, really. At least not in public.
And it’s all due to the right application of a clear punishment.
Whatever you want to make of it.

Patrick Mahomes furious on sideline after Kadarius Toney's drop INT
Just moments after it looked like Mahomes and the Chiefs had seized a late lead on a fairly amazing play, they were defeated by the Bills at home on Sunday. Mahomes found Travis Kelce with a ball as they needed a touchdown to take the lead or a field goal to tie the game. Kelce turned upfield and then made the brilliant choice to lateral the ball to Kadarius Toney across the field. With a perfectly timed backward pass, he sent Toney racing into the end zone. The place erupted, but only

After Mahomes and the Chiefs failed to convert the ensuing second-and-15, as well as the third and fourth, that resentment boiled over. The three plays came to an unfinished finale. And although the Bills ran out the clock with kneeldowns to win 20–17, the quarterback persisted in berating the official on the Kansas City bench.

Then, in an attempt to “congratulate” the Bills on a well-executed game, Mahomes jogged onto the field, but he just kept screaming.

“I’ve never seen a call this wild and bleeping. In a video filmed by WROC, Mahomes yelled, “Offensive offsides,” to his counterpart Josh Allen. “[Bleeping] terrible.”

However, that response was given on the spur of the moment, just after the call was placed. By the time Mahomes arrived at the podium, he might have become more composed.



Do the Falcons want to trade up for Caleb Williams, the “next Patrick Mahomes”?

Top quarterbacks in the NFL Draft class of each year now frequently compare themselves to some of the best signal-callers in the league. Caleb Williams, a frequent favorite to be selected first overall in the 2018 class, has been compared to quarterback Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs.

Even while the former USC Trojan is undoubtedly setting a high standard for himself, that hasn’t prevented him from raising it even higher.

In a recent interview with CBS Sports, Williams addressed the parallels to Mahomes, saying, “Everyone watches Patrick and sees all the cool things he can do.” “I always said, even in high school, that I don’t think there’s anything — obviously, it’s special, but I don’t think there’s anything that I can’t do that he’s doing out there.”

It is understandable why Mahomes and the former 2022 Heisman Trophy winner would be compared. Both possess amazing arm talent and are capable of making off-platform throws and creating off-script plays.
Williams was able to keep his draft position high even though the Trojans under coach Lincoln Riley had a decline in performance in their second year, concluding with a disappointing 8-5 record. Before choosing not to play in the Trojans’ bowl game against the Louisville Cardinals, Williams completed 12 games with 3,633 yards of passing, 30 touchdowns, and just five interceptions.

The Atlanta Falcons will definitely be considering Williams because they need a quarterback this offseason and neither Taylor Heinicke nor Desmond Ridder have shown to be reliable long-term choices. It is extremely doubtful, though, that the Trojans will drop that far in the draft, especially with the No. 8 overall pick.

The New England Patriots and the Chicago Bears, who own the first pick, are predicted to select their next franchise quarterback with picks No. 2 and No. 3, respectively, even if they choose to forgo selecting a quarterback and give Justin Fields another season as their starter.

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