Kansas City Chiefs second-year quarterback Patrick Mahomes is rapidly becoming a walking video-game player on the field. In Week 2 of the 2018 NFL season, Mahomes continued to flash a fantastic form in the pocket, as he led the Chiefs into a 42-37 road win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday – their second in a row.

Mahomes, however, did more than just steer his team into another victory. From an individual standpoint, the former Texas Tech Red Raiders gunslinger also set a new NFL record for the most touchdown passes over a three-game span to start a career, according to Adam Teicher of ESPN.

Mahomes, who threw four touchdown passes last week in Kansas City's season-opening win over the Los Angeles Chargers, set an NFL record for scoring throws in the first three games of a career. He started the final regular-season game as a rookie last season but didn't throw for a touchdown. The old record was eight, shared by Marcus Mariota and Mark Rypien.

Patrick Mahomes picked apart the Steelers’ leaky defense, as he threw for 326 yards go with a dizzying total of six passing touchdowns on 23-of-28 pass completions. He also remained without an interception, giving him an incredible touchdown-to-interception ratio of 10:0 through two games this season.

Mahomes should be licking his chops at the prospect of sustaining his amazing run next week against the San Francisco 49ers, who gave up 347 passing yards and three touchdowns to Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford in Week 2.