Brady won three rings through his first six seasons as a starter
Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes (left) and Rashee Rice (right)
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is headed to his fourth Super Bowl in five years. He’s on track to win more rings than Tom Brady, the only one to beat him in the big game.
Brady won three rings through his first six seasons as a starter and Mahomes can match him if he beats the San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas. If that happens, the Chiefs QB has better statistics in several important categories.
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Mahomes already has two more regular season wins, a couple more playoffs victories and one more AFC title. He also boasts a better touchdown-interception ratio and QB rating.
Brady, who has seven rings, failed to win another Super Bowl for 10 years after his first three, so it’s safe to say Mahomes will have a fourth one much sooner.
Rashee Rice says Chiefs are the team to beat
Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice called the team “outlaws” during his postgame interview in the locker room and believes they are the ones to beat.
“We came in as outlaws and was able to come in and dominate as a team,” Rice said. “We’re the outlaws. Everybody wants to beat the Chiefs. We the ones you want to take down, we got a target on our back every day. And we come in to work.”
The Chiefs-49ers clash in the Super Bowl was predicted prior to the start of the season by an NFL analyst who has been right about the champion four years straight.