Patrick Mahomes delivered a touch pass to Tyreek Hill to give the Kansas City Chiefs their first score on Sunday. With the touchdown to Hill, Mahomes has already passed Tony Romo on the all-time playoff touchdown passes list according to Pro Football Reference.

Romo, who is in the booth calling the game on Sunday, spent 13 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys at quarterback. In his 13 seasons, Romo started in six playoff games and won two of them. Furthermore, he threw eight touchdown passes in his six career playoff starts.

On the other hand, Mahomes is only in his third season in the NFL and second as a starter. The Chiefs have made the postseason in both of Mahomes' seasons as a full-time starter and he's been phenomenal thus far.

Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans marks Mahomes' fourth career playoff start. In those four starts, Mahomes has been able to produce nine touchdowns passes. Remarkably, his pass to Hill is the first one that has gone to a wide receiver.

The touchdown to Hill now puts Mahomes at tied for 47th all-time in playoff touchdown passes. The all-time leader in touchdown passes in the postseason is Tom Brady with 73 of them.

Last week, Mahomes was able to throw five touchdowns in Kansas City's impressive comeback win over the Houston Texans. Provided that, he had more than half of Romo's playoff career total in touchdowns in just one game.

Every week, Mahomes seems to set a new record with his arm and continues to cement himself as an otherworldly talent. At only 24-years-old, the sky is the limit for Mahomes with the Chiefs.