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Watch all six of Patrick Mahomes’ touchdowns against the Steelers

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Mahomes has 10 touchdowns through two games this season, more than anyone else in NFL history.

Kansas City Chiefs v Pittsburgh Steelers Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes set a two-game NFL record Sunday thanks to his six touchdowns against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

We’ve got all the touchdowns here.


First, Mahomes hit Chris Conley with a beautiful pass for a 15-yard touchdown.

The Steelers only rushed three men on the play, yet Mahomes found a way to beat the secondary for his fifth touchdown of the year—that’s a touchdown a quarter.

I liked this throw, in particular, because it felt like one that perhaps Alex Smith wouldn’t have made. Plays like these that provide visual evidence of why the Chiefs traded up for the kid. It was just the second regular-season touchdown of Chris Conley’s career.

Later in the quarter, Mahomes rocketed a pass to Kelce for a 19-yard touchdown.

Mahomes’ final touchdown of the half went to Kareem Hunt, who he connected with on a swing route for his third touchdown of the quarter and game.

Mahomes opened the third quarter by tossing a 25-yard touchdown to Kelce, for Kelce’s second touchdown of the game.

Mahomes’ fifth touchdown of the game went to wide receiver Demarcus Robinson, who did a great job dragging his feet in the back of the end zone.

Mahomes’ final touchdown of the game went to Tyreek Hill. Hill now has three receiving touchdowns on the season.

Unbelievable.