Patrick Mahomes (28, Kansas City) is the first player in the history of the National Football League (NFL) to be ranked first in touchdown pass, first in pass distance, regular season MVP, and Super Bowl MVP in one season. It’s gone. Previously, only three people had broken all four records over multiple seasons: Tom Brady (46), Peyton Manning (47) and Kurt Warner (52).
Kansas City won a 38-35 come-from-behind victory over Philadelphia in the 57th Super Bowl held at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, USA on the 13th and became the NFL champion for the 2022-2023 season. Following 1970 (4th) and 2020 (54th), this is the club’s third Super Bowl victory온라인카지노.
Maholms made three touchdown passes that day, becoming the second Super Bowl MVP after the 54th tournament. In this regular season, Mahomes, who was selected as the MVP while recording first place in touchdown passes (41) and first place in passing distance (5250 yards) in the regular season, was the first regular season player in the same season 23 years after Warner (then St. Louis) in the 1999-2000 season. and Super Bowl MVP.
Mahomes also received the regular season MVP in the 2018-2019 season. Previously, only Joe Montana (67) and Brady had received the regular season and Super Bowl MVP more than once. Murhoms made this record just six years after his debut, the shortest span of his career.
In fact, it was not Mahomes’ touchdown pass that decided the game that day, but a ‘failure to pass’. 1 minute and 54 seconds before the end of the game, when both teams were facing 35-35, Maholms threw the ball to Juju Smith Schuster (27), who was running toward the left side of the end zone. It was a pass that did not match the direction or height. The reason why Maholms made such a pass was because he confirmed that opposing defender James Bradbury (30) was catching Smith Schuster with his hand. NFL rules stipulate that a ‘defensive holding’ foul be declared only when an offensive player becomes a ‘pass target’ even in this situation. That’s why Maholms showed his ‘sense’ by throwing a pass first.
As Mahomes succeeded in inducing the foul, Kansas City was able to maintain the right to attack, and eventually completed a come-from-behind victory by scoring a field goal (3 points) with 8 seconds left in the game. Kansas City finished the first half trailing by 10 points, 14-24. Kansas City, who started chasing in the second half, turned the game around 35-27 with Mahomes’ touchdown pass with 9 minutes and 22 seconds left in the game. However, before 4 minutes had elapsed, the score was tied again. Kansas City is the second time in Super Bowl history that a team that was behind by a double-digit score in the first half overturned the game, following New England (3-21 → 34-28) in 2017 (51st).
Jaylen Hertz (25), who led Philadelphia’s offense, was named the first quarterback in Super Bowl history to score 3 rushing touchdowns that day. I knelt down in front of Sense.