The Chiefs quarterback showed off the wide variety of weapons he will have at his disposal next season, despite losing Tyreek Hill this offseason.
The field marshal of the Kansas City Chiefs, Patrick Mahomeswarned this Thursday that with his new receiving corps, the defenses of the other teams in the NFL they won’t know where he’s going to throw the ball.
“What you’re going to see with this offense is everyone is going to be more involved. The whole receiving corps is going to have great days, we’re going to use every weapon available to us, defenses aren’t going to know where the ball is going,” he said. Mahomes in conference.
Although for the 2022 season the Chiefs they lost their star receiver Tyreek Hillwho was traded to the Miami Dolphinsthe quarterback relied on the talent of the players who came and the reliability of his tight end, Travis Kelce.
“Not everything is going to be reloaded on one man. Obviously Travis he will have a lot of completions, a lot of yards, but the whole receiving room will give great games, we have a great variety and that can give us a lot of advantages”, he explained.
In addition to the output Hill, Kansas City lost to Demarcus Robinsonnow with Las Vegas RaidersAlready Byron Pringlenow with the Chicago Bearsin free agency.
They hired Marquez Valdes-Scantlingwho played for the Green Bay Packers in 2021, and the selected Pro Bowl of 2018, JuJu Smith-Schusterformer of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Additionally, they recruited Skyy Moore of Western Michigan in the second round of this year’s draft and signed undrafted rookie Justyn Rosscoming from the Clemson Universitywhom Mahomes praise.
“You see those flashes of how talented Ross maybe, it will get better as more and more reps you do, I can’t imagine how good it will be; He has very reliable hands and inspires confidence in the way he catches the ball out of the air.”
Among the weapons that the champion already has in the team in the Super Bowl LIV is the receiver Mecole Hardmanwho was also monarch with the Chiefsas well as the experienced Travis Kelceconsidered one of the best tight ends in the league.
“It’s a broad receiving corps. That’s what we wanted, a lot of competition. A variety of guys fighting for a spot with the experienced guys to get them to perform at their best.”