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Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes Thinks He Can Throw a Football 100 Yards in Mexico City Due to Elevation

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI - JANUARY 20: Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs gestures in the second half against the New England Patriots during the AFC Championship Game at Arrowhead Stadium on January 20, 2019 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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Is there anything that Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes can't do? We saw him pull off insane throws almost every week during the NFL season last year.

This season, he'll be trying to do something that not many have been able to accomplish before. When he and his Chiefs travel down to Mexico City this season to take on the Los Angeles Chargers, he's going to try to toss the rock the entire length of the field.

When Mahomes appeared on the Pardon My Take podcast, he claimed he could toss the ball at least 80 yards at Mile High Stadium in Denver. So naturally, with the higher elevation in Mexico City, Mahomes believes he can toss it the complete length of the field.

He pulled off the no-look throw and he's thrown the ball across his body on a line to his receivers, so this next outrageous accomplishment would only be fitting. We're not really sure how we'd react to seeing a 100-yard throw in a game, but it would be unreal to watch.

Please Patrick, this is something we all need to see next season. We can only hope the Chiefs are down 6 with the ball on their own one-yard line and two seconds left when they square off with LA.