Patrick Mahomes Doesn’t Have A Broken Hand!
According to reports Patrick Mahomes not injured, he should be available to play for the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. Read on to get the details on Patrick Mahomes not having a Broken Hand…
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CelebNSports247.com reports that Kansas City Chief quarterback Patrick Mahomes X-rays proved he is in the clear and NOT injured.
Patrick Mahomes passing hand came out negative, coach Andy Reid said Monday.
Reid said Mahomes’ passing hand, which was injured when he fell awkwardly early in Sunday’s win over the New England Patriots, was “bruised up pretty good, but there’s no break in it.”
Mahomes played the entire game, and he and Reid said afterward that there was no serious consideration given to removing him from the game. The Chiefs went with more of a shorter passing game after the injury, though Mahomes was able to throw a 48-yard touchdown pass to Mecole Hardman.
Reid told ESPN:
He was having a little tougher time gripping the ball, so we went with a little bit more of a shallow cross-game [and] shorter throws. We ran the ball a little more, probably. He could still be effective. [The injury] is not an excuse for the second half.
Mahomes was 26-of-40 for 283 yards and the touchdown to Hardman. The Chiefs scored only a field goal in the second half.
He made one litte fan over-joyed while he walked off the field:
Same, kid. Same ?? pic.twitter.com/bwOU2UMkDZ
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) December 9, 2019