The Pat Mahomes-era Cheifs are, quite literally, in uncharted waters right now. For the first time since he took over in Kansas City, the Chiefs find themselves under .500. Admittedly, it's only been three games -- and all against the AFC's elite teams -- but plenty of early-season trends don't look great for a Chiefs' team that plenty of people had only losing twice all year. So has the NFL caught up to them? Talking on 610's The Drive on Monday afternoon, Mahomes gave his answer.
"I mean, I don't [think so]," he said. "I mean, if you look even yesterday, we only punted the ball one time. We were moving the ball up and down the field the entire game pretty much. We hurt ourselves with turnovers -- I had two interceptions, two fumbles and we didn't execute at the end of the day. We're getting our plays, we're moving the ball. It's just about executing and finding ways to get in the end zone."
You can listen to the entire interview in the embedded player below: