Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has never shied from expressing his love for his college team. The former Texas standout loves his college team too much and hence his recent gesture confused many.
On Thanksgiving, Jamarion Miller, a Class of 2022 running back, de-committed from Texas and committed to Alabama. According to the 247Sports Composite, Miller is the nation’s No. 102 recruit. Thanks to his transfer, he is now Alabama’s 20th known commitment and second running back.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, played for Texas Tech during his college days. It is also a known fact that the quarterback has never shied away from supporting his root and his interaction with Miller’s de-commitment announcement proves it. The former Texas standout was gracious enough to congratulate Jamarion, who left his former team to Alabama. Class! The Chiefs have been on a roll since the past few weeks. While the team needs credit for their smashing results, one cannot overlook the defensive solidity they have displayed. In back-to-back weeks, the Chiefs shut down Daniel Jones and Jordan Love, prompting many to blame the opponent. They also stifled Derek Carr and the Raiders’ fifth-ranked offence, thus showing that it is not a one-off.
But last night was the Chiefs defense’ biggest defense as the Cowboys had the league’s best offensive entering Sunday – by a long shot. For starters, hey had a 433-yard per-game average. Unfortunately for them, at the Arrowhead Stadium, they threw for a measly 276 yards (most of it on a last drive), turned the ball over three times, and never got their passing or run game working. Say whatever you want about the impact Patrick Mahomes has on the Chiefs, but these herculean performances by the Chiefs defence can no longer be ignored. The Kansas City Chiefs next face the Denver Broncos.