Patrick Mahomes is the NFL's Version of Michael Jordan

Divisional Round - Indianapolis Colts v Kansas City Chiefs
Chris Broussard: “Patrick Mahomes could become the GOAT; he’s got a chance. This guy is Michael Jordan-esque, and it reminds me of when Jordan entered the NBA and IMMEDIATELY took it by storm and averaged 28 points as a rookie. Even though MJ didn’t win a championship, he was doing things that we’ve never seen before and just WOW’ed everybody. Tell me that’s not Patrick Mahomes?? No-look passes, four touchdowns in a quarterback, and is on pace for 6,400 yards! This dude is THE TRUTH.” (Full Audio at Bottom of Page).

Listen to Chris Broussard explain why he believes Patrick Mahomes is the second coming of Michael Jordan, as the Kansas City Chiefs phenom continues to embarrass NFL defenses in just his second ever season starting in the NFL.

Mahomes led the league in touchdowns with 50 last season at the age of 23, while throwing for 5,097 yards and only 12 interceptions.

Chris says it reminds him so much of when MJ first entered the league, and was putting up the type of dominant numbers that the league had never seen before.

In Jordan’s first season in Chicago in 1984 at the age of 21, he averaging 28.2 points on .515 shooting from the field.

Check out the audio below as Broussard details why Mahomes could be setting the table for an all-time legendary career that could eventually anoint him as the GREATEST OF ALL TIME, with co-host Rob Parker telling Chris to PUMP THE BRAKES.

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

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