Patrick Mahomes’ Mom Posts Moving Quote From Her Son About Faith Following Super Bowl Loss

by Thad Mitchell

The Super Bowl did not go the way that Patrick Mahomes, his mother and the Kansas City Chiefs thought it would.

The Chiefs fell to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers earlier this week in the championship game by a final score of 31-9. The Bucs were dominant on both sides of the ball as the Chiefs never got any momentum going. Appearing in the big game for the tenth time, Tom Brady took home the game’s Most Valuable Player award. Brady threw three touchdown passes, completing over 70 percent of his passes to earn his seventh Super Bowl victory.

Things were not so great for the Chiefs as they struggle to muster any offense or make stops on defense. Much of the credit goes to Tampa Bay’s defense, but the struggles of the Chiefs was highly evident. Mahomes, last year’s Super Bowl MVP, was held in check and never seemed to find any rhythm throughout the game. Lead by their quarterback, the Chiefs had one of the league’s most explosive offenses through the regular season. Mahomes, however, went ice cold underneath the NFL”s brightest lights.

Mahomes completed just 52 percent of his passes for 270 yards and was picked off twice by the Bucs defense. The statistic that really tells the story of the game is that Mahomes and company were held out of the endzone. The Chiefs were forced to settle for three field goals and they never really put a dent in the Bucs’ early lead.

Patrick Mahomes’ Mother Touts Son’s Strong Faith

Despite his rough game, Mahomes’ biggest supporter, his mother Randi Mahomes, was right there by her son’s side. Mom Mahomes took to took to social media on Monday to share a post touting her son’s strong faith. Her post shows her son kneeling in prayer and features a quote from the quarterback explaining his motivation.

“The biggest thing that I pray for is that whatever happens, win or lose, success or failure, that I’m glorifying him,” the quote states.

Randy Mahomes has more than 75,000 followers on Instagram. Her Monday post on her son’s faith drew more than 14,000 “likes” as of Tuesday morning.