Patrick Mahomes was working his magic in the first half against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Mahomes first showed it when he immediately converted a Kansas City Chiefs special teams play into a touchdown. The Chiefs forced a fumble on the opening kickoff, and two plays later, Mahomes found Travis Kelce for a 16-yard touchdown pass.
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The star quarterback then showed off his agility on the second drive. With the Buccaneers defense breathing down his neck, Mahomes fended off Carlton Davis and managed to get the ball out in time, finding JuJu Smith-Schuster in the process for a first down.
Later, with the Chiefs leading 14-3, Mahomes took the ball at second-and-goal and rolled to his right. It looked like Buccaneers fever would finally catch up with him. However, he managed to avoid a defender and get away from Devin White. He then threw a pass to Clyde Edwards-Helaire to score.
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Mahomes was already cooking. He lit up social media and had some wondering how the Chiefs only scored 17 points in their loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
He finished the first half with 126 passing yards and two touchdown passes. Edwards-Helaire had a running and receiving score. Noah Gray had a rushing touchdown.
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Kansas City outscored Tampa Bay 28-17 at halftime.