With Kansas City drowned in snow and winter well and truly having rolled in, Patrick Mahomes put on a masterclass as his Chiefs side battered the Denver Broncos 23-3 in this divisional matchup on Sunday.
Although it has little relevance on the AFC West, with the Chiefs already champions and the Broncos sitting with the Chargers in third, the conditions seemed to have zero adverse effect on the brilliant Mahomes.
The quarterback finished with 340 passing yards, two touchdowns and an interception, with wide out Tyreek Hill on the receiving end for both touchdowns.
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— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) December 15, 2019
The Kansas City Chiefs are now 10-4 for the season and will have warmed their fans on a bitterly cold afternoon.
It was a tough outing for Broncos rookie quarterback Drew Lock, who struggled in the conditions. The Denver man completed less than half of his passes and finished with 208 yards and an interception, but the game was his first defeat as an NFL player.
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