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Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes Doesn’t Hold Back On Potential Three-Peat

Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs have become the first team to win back-to-back Super Bowl titles since the New England Patriots did it in February 2005, but could they win three in a row?

No NFL team has ever three-peated, and Mahomes spoke about the possibility of the Chiefs achieving that enormous feat next season.

“Yeah, it’s legendary,” Mahomes said, via Myles Simmons of Pro Football Talk. “No one’s ever done it. And we know it’s legendary to win back-to-back. … We’d heard it all week, we had talked to the guys about it, and we felt like we had the best opportunity that we’d ever had to go out and do that. I’d [fallen] short the year before.”

Kansas City has won three of the last five Super Bowls and has been in the Super Bowl in four of the last five years. Its only loss during that stretch came at the hands of Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers three winters ago.

Obviously, winning three consecutive championships will be incredibly difficult, but Mahomes seems to be taking a healthy approach.

“I mean, all you can do is come back with a fresh mindset, knowing it’s going to be even harder,” said Mahomes. “And we’ve got to continue to play our best football. We’ll celebrate these next few weeks and then we’ll get right back at it.”

There are tons of variables that could prevent a team from winning a title. Injuries. Off years. Signings and trades around the league.

Heck, winning two straight Super Bowls is beyond arduous, which was why it took nearly two decades for another team to do it.

But if anyone can put together three straight championship runs, it’s Mahomes and these Chiefs.

“Not only for me but just, I know how hard these guys work,” added Mahomes. “I know how hard these guys get after it. I know how hard the coaches work. I believe we’re the hardest-working team in the NFL. And for all that hard work to pay off, that’s something that we always preach — is we believe we work for those moments, those in-the-game moments. And we prepare ourselves for those.”

Patrick Mahomes went 34-for-46 with 333 yards, a couple of touchdowns and an interception en route to winning Super Bowl MVP in Kansas City’s 25-22 win over the San Francisco 49ers.

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