Patrick Mahomes is optimistic after injuring his knee. The Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl hopes are still alive if Mahomes can return:

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Author: Jon Kuzma

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There was a scary moment last night in the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos AFC West clash. Reigning MVP Patrick Mahomes injured his knee on a quarterback sneak. It looked like his leg got bent awkwardly on that play and there was also several Broncos players who landed on top of Mahomes.

After you could see the trainers popping Mahomes’ knee back into place and Chiefs fans were in total shock watching everything unfold. Eventually the diagnosis ended up being a damaged patella (knee cap). If it’s not too serious Mahomes could be out of action for 2-3 weeks. However that’s the best case scenario and it’s possible the Chiefs could lose Mahomes for the entire season. If the team’s medical staff does shut their franchise QB down for the year. Then you can kiss Kansas City’s Super Bowl hopes goodbye. There is some good news though. Mahomes said “everything is looking good so far” and we should take his statement as a positive indication of what’s to come. It’s unlikely he’ll repeat as MVP because of the time he’ll miss but at the end of the day a Vince Lombardi Trophy is more important.

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Patrick Mahomes has a patella injury but he’s optimistic he can return.


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