Patrick Mahomes gives us our first no-look pass of 2021
Patrick Mahomes’ no-look passes look effortless during Kansas City Chiefs training camp.
Nobody has perfected the art of the no-look pass in the NFL quite like Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
With NFL training camp firmly underway, Mahomes finds his favorite wide receiver Tyreek Hill on a perfectly executed no-look pass. It may have been in gym shorts and helmets, but this is a rep Mahomes and the rest of the Chiefs offense can build on. Look for Mahomes to use the no-look pass during a high-profile game this season to help propel the AFC champions to another victory.
This is the latest example of it being Patrick Mahomes’ world and we are just living in it.
Patrick Mahomes is perfecting the art of the no-look pass in training camp
Practice does not make perfect, but perfect practice sure does. Kansas City will once again be the overwhelming favorite to come out of the AFC this year. However, the Chiefs will be challenged by AFC teams such as the Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns this year, as well as whoever comes out of the NFC, whether that be the Green Bay Packers or Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
As long as Mahomes is healthy and has a clean pocket to throw from, the Chiefs are a virtual lock to win 12 games annually for the foreseeable future. However, not even a perfectly crafted no-look pass can overcome a wet paper bag of an offensive line that is ripped to shreds like the Buccaneers’ pass rush did to them in Super Bowl LV. But this no-look pass sure is pretty, though.
We may ooh and aah at Mahomes’ no-look passes, but the only thing that matters is if he wins.