Joe Burrow told Patrick Mahomes to go and win the Super Bowl after the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
The pair of QBs entered Sunday’s AFC Championship game with everything on the line – a place in the Super Bowl and bragging rights.
Until the weekend, Patrick Mahomes had not beaten Joe Burrow in his career with three straight losses to the Bengals since January 2022.
Kansas City advanced to the Super Bowl in dramatic fashion as Harrison Butker’s field goal with just seconds to play sealed a 23-20 victory.
As the two embraced postgame, Mahomes wished for even more battles in the future like Sunday’s classic.
“Many more, dog, many more. Hell of a game. You have a hell of a career dog.”
“You too, brother,” Burrow replied. “Go win it now.”
To many more matchups between these two. 🤞 (via @NFLFilms)@PatrickMahomes | @JoeyB pic.twitter.com/nm9VuMTxcK
— NFL (@NFL) January 30, 2023
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