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Patrick Mahomes will be happier for Andy Reid than himself if Chiefs win Super Bowl

Patrick Mahomes, Andy Reid, Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes expressed that he’ll be happier for Andy Reid than himself if they win the Super Bowl.

“It would be amazing,” Mahomes said. “The work that he has put in every single day, everywhere he’s been he’s had success, so we want to get him that Super Bowl. but we understand it’s a process. First off we’ve got to come in, have a great practice today, play great this weekend, and then try to give ourselves a chance to try to get in that game and try to get ourselves that trophy.”

Andy Reid has a 220-142-1 career record in 21 years as an NFL head coach. In the playoffs, Reid has a record of 13-14. He has the most wins as a head coach without a championship in NFL history.

It was just last season when he and Patrick Mahomes endured a heartbreaking loss against the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game.

Patrick Mahomes is seeking to appear in his first Super Bowl in his young career. Mahomes would be the fourth-youngest quarterback to start in a Super Bowl game in NFL history.

The Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes are trying to make an appearance in their first Super Bowl in 50 years. The last time they played in the Super Bowl was in January of 1970, when they won 23-7 against the Minnesota Vikings. They’ll be hosting the Tennessee Titans on Sunday in the AFC Championship Game.

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