Patrick Mahomes reacts to Bengals' players Arrowhead Stadium nickname


(610 Sports) – With Sunday's AFC Championship game at Arrowhead Stadium on the horizon, the Cincinnati Bengals' confidence looks to be at an all-time high and perhaps for good reason.

Cincinnati is 3-0 against the Chiefs since Joe Burrow took the reigns as the team's starting quarterback, leading some of his teammates to dub Arrowhead Stadium, "Burrowhead."

On Wednesday, Chiefs' quarterback Patrick Mahomes joined 610 Sports' The Drive and was asked about the "Burrowhead" video circulating on social media and his thoughts on the trash talk that's gone back-and-forth between the two teams.

"Yeah, I mean trash talk is just kinda part of the game," said Mahomes. "I know our guys will be ready to go and I'm glad we get to play at Arrowhead and see what happens."

"Do you guys believe in bulletin board material, is this something that's potentially firing you guys up for this game," asked show host Carrington Harrison? "I know you don't need any motivation but you guys typically respond in these situations."

"Yeah, I mean if you're not ready to go for this game, then I don't think anything's gonna get you ready," said Mahomes. "It's not about bulletin board material, it's more about trying to get a chance to play for the Super Bowl. That's everybody's dream and I know our guys are ready to go try and achieve that dream."

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