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FanPulse: More than half of SB Nation league-wide voters prefer Patrick Mahomes over other young QBs

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This week’s FanPulse results are in.

Every week, many of you here at Arrowhead Pride are polled on various things concerning the Kansas City Chiefs and matters across the NFL. This is part of SB Nation’s FanPulse tool.

If you are interested in joining the Chiefs’ FanPulse, you may sign up here.


This week’s national question asked which young quarterback voters would take over the next 10 years.

You’ll be happy to know that Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes took 55 percent of the vote, including 99 percent of Chiefs fans. As noted in the tweet, 96 percent of Eagles fans “preferred” Carson Wentz over Mahomes. 38 percent of Raiders fans, 52 percent of Chargers fans and 59 percent of Broncos fans begrudgingly voted Mahomes.

After Kansas City, the next highest-percentage Mahomes voters were Packers fans (79 percent), who know greatness when they see it.


And now, for let’s look at fan confidence around the AFC West:

The Chiefs dropped just three fan confidence points down to 96 percent after their first loss of the season, Chargers fans are up to 68 percent, while the Raiders have fallen to 9 percent and the Broncos are worse than that at 7 percent.

As probably expected, the Chiefs have showed the most consistent fan confidence rating in the division for the duration of this season.