Patrick Mahomes stands as one of the prominent figures shaping the NFL’s future, not only for his prowess on the field but also for his distinctive voice, which many fans liken to that of Kermit the Frog.
During the Super Bowl LVIII Opening Night event, a reporter quizzed Mahomes about his best impersonation, prompting an epic response from the Chiefs quarterback.
While Kermit famously laments the challenges of being green, Mahomes has effortlessly made quarterbacking appear easy throughout his burgeoning NFL journey.
The superstar signal-caller ascended to the role of Chiefs’ full-time starter at the onset of the 2018 season. Remarkably, Mahomes, at just 28 years old, already boasts participation in his fourth Super Bowl. In the two seasons the Chiefs didn’t reach the Super Bowl, they fell short in the AFC Championship Game—both times in overtime.
Throughout every season with Mahomes at the helm, the Chiefs have consistently contended in the AFC Championship Game. Notably, this season marked their first playoff road journey, where Mahomes led them to victories against the Buffalo Bills and Baltimore Ravens.
Despite a relatively subdued regular season performance of 4,183 passing yards, 27 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions in 16 starts, Mahomes and the Chiefs find themselves in the pinnacle event of the year, showcasing their resilience even in what some may term a “down year.”