Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has broken numerous records throughout his impressive career and just broke another one on Sunday at the Super Bowl, against the San Francisco 49ers. Mahomes now holds the record for most career rushing yards in Super Bowl history.
Mahomes now has 139 rushing yards in four Super Bowls played. He is ahead of Joe Montana, who had 105, John Elway, who finished his career with 86 and Rodger Staubach who comes fourth with 83 rushing yards.
So far in Super Bowl LVIII, Mahomes has 33 rushing yards on five carries.
In last year’s Super Bowl, when the Chiefs beat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35, Mahomes had 44 rushing yards on six carries, with a long of 26 yards. In Super Bowl LV, where the Chiefs lost 31-9 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Mahomes had 33 rushing yards on five attempts.
Mahomes’ first Super Bowl with the Chiefs came during the 2019 season, which ended with a 31-20 victory over the 49ers. In that win, Mahomes had 29 rushing yards on nine attempts, as well as a rushing touchdown.
While it’s nice to set records, Mahomes got something bigger: his third ring as his Chiefs defeated the 49ers 25-22 in overtime to win Super Bowl 58.
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