Patrick Mahomes starred to lead the Kansas City Chiefs past the Baltimore Ravens 34-20 in a blockbuster NFL clash on Monday.
Mahomes and Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson went head to head at M&T Bank Stadium, but it was the Chiefs star who dominated.
The 2018 NFL MVP threw four touchdown passes and rushed in for another as the Chiefs – the reigning Super Bowl champions – improved to 3-0, while the Ravens dropped to 2-1.
Mahomes finished 31 of 42 for 385 yards in a stellar performance, producing a sensational first half.
He also made history, becoming the fastest quarterback to 10,000 career passing yards in NFL history, needing just 34 games to reach the feat and beating Hall of Famer's Kurt Warner's previous mark of 36.
Jackson, meanwhile, was sacked four times and had just 97 passing yards on 15 of 28 completed passes, and a TD, while he rushed for another 83 yards.
Mahomes rushed in untouched for the game's first TD after Justin Tucker had converted a field goal for Baltimore.
An underhand pass to Anthony Sherman extended the Chiefs' lead, only for Devin Duvernay to produce an incredible 93-yard kick-off return for a TD for Baltimore.
However, Mahomes and Tyreek Hill combined for 20 yards to make it 20-10 before the Chiefs star delivered more magic before half-time, a brilliant 49-yard pass finding Mecole Hardman for another TD.
After Tucker's third-quarter field goal, Baltimore pulled within seven early in the last after Jackson found Nick Boyle.
But a wide open Eric Fisher scored his first career TD, catching Mahomes' fourth TD pass of the game, to seal the Chiefs' win.