Patrick Mahomes sets record, Chiefs beat Raiders to win AFC top seed
Patrick Mahomes put NFL the record for most passing and dashing yards in a season, and Chief of Kansas City roll to a 31-13 previous victory Las Vegas raid on Saturday to lock down the AFC No. 1 seed.
Mahomes overcame 202 yards and rushed 29 yards ahead of the Raiders, giving him a total of 5,608 yards for the season. That surpassed the record of 5,562 yards set by Drew Brees in 2011 with Saint New Orleans.
More than making a mark, Mahomes helped secure the top seed for the Captain (14-3) and bye bye in the first round of the knockout stages, which begins next weekend. However, Kansas City was not guaranteed a home advantage throughout the post-season period.
Because Monday night Buffalo–Cincinnati If the match is abandoned, the Captains may end the match against the Bills or Bengals in the AFC Championship on neutral ground. Original Buffalo-Cincinnati game postponed after Bills’ safety Damar Hamlin fall into cardiac arrest. Hamlin remains in critical condition but is improving.
The captain matched their franchise’s record for regular-season wins, set in 2020, and they marked the team with their 17th consecutive game of at least 300 yards of fouls. .
The Raiders (6-11) finished their first season under coach Josh McDaniels with three straight losses and four losses in five games. They reached the knockout stages a year ago, but now face serious questions in midfield, attack and defence.
Jarrett Stidham start the second game in a row for a side player Derek Carrand this performance didn’t go nearly as well as the first one. Stidham completed 22 of 36 219-yard passes with a touchdown and interception. He was fired six times.
A week ago, he threw 365 yards and three touchdowns in a 37-34 loss in extra time last time San Francisco 49ers.
Associated Press report.
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