Mahomes warns 3rd title is only start of Chiefs' dynasty
Patrick Mahomes sent a warning shot to the rest of the NFL after winning his third Super Bowl.
"It's the start of (a dynasty), we're not done," Mahomes told CBS' Tracy Wolfson. "I know we're going to celebrate tonight. ... We've got a young team. We're going to keep this thing going."
The Chiefs won their third title in the last five years by beating the San Francisco 49ers in overtime. They also became the first back-to-back champions since the New England Patriots nearly two decades ago.
"The Kansas City Chiefs are never underdogs," said Mahomes.
Mahomes earned Super Bowl MVP for a third time after throwing for 333 yards and two touchdowns against one interception. He also led the Chiefs with 66 rushing yards, including several clutch runs on the final game-winning drive.
The star quarterback boasts an all-time resume despite playing six seasons as a starter.
Only Tom Brady (seven), Terry Bradshaw (four), and Joe Montana (four) have won more Super Bowls than Mahomes.
The 28-year-old has two regular-season MVPs, one Offensive Player of the Year award, and six Pro Bowl nominations. He's twice led the NFL in touchdown passes.