Patrick Mahomes Stats: QB’s Rushing & Passing Prop Bets For Super Bowl

Patrick Mahomes Stats: QB’s Rushing & Passing Prop Bets For Super Bowl

In the 2022-23 season, Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes made his third Super Bowl in four years. The first one was against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV in 2020. Mahomes engineered an incredible comeback, scoring 21 points in the fourth quarter to come back from a 20-10 deficit to win 31-20.

The second Super Bowl he was in took place a year later. This time the Chiefs went up against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but they were outmatched and out-hustled in a 31-9 defeat. Mahomes surprisingly failed to throw a touchdown as Kansas City settled for three field goals.

Let’s look at his path to the 2023 Super Bowl and some of his stats for the Big Game.

How Long Has Patrick Mahomes Been With The Chiefs?

The son of a former MLB pitcher, Mahomes played college football and baseball while at Texas Tech. Following his sophomore year, he decided to quit baseball and focus on becoming an NFL quarterback.

The Chiefs selected Mahomes with the 10th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. He played sparingly as a rookie, making just one start as Alex Smith’s backup. In 2018 he became the starter for Kansas City after Smith was traded to Washington. That season, Mahomes threw for 5,097 yards and 50 touchdowns en route to winning MVP.

He became the first quarterback to throw for at least 5,000 yards in a season in college and the NFL. He also joined QB Peyton Manning as the only players to throw for 50 touchdowns and 5,000 yards in the same season.


In 2020, Mahomes signed a 10-year contract worth $477 million, the largest contract in NFL history. Since becoming Kansas City’s starting quarterback, Mahomes has led the team to five consecutive AFC Championship games.

Patrick Mahomes Career Regular-Season Stats

Mahomes has been a dominant force in NFL since he joined the league, as his impressive stats indicate.

Below are his numbers for his six seasons as a professional football player, five as a starter.


  • 2017: 22-35, 284 YDS, 0 TD, 1 INT
  • 2018: 383-580, 5,097 YDS, 50 TD, 12 INT
  • 2019: 319-484, 4,031 YDS, 26 TD, 5 INT
  • 2020: 390-588, 4,740 YDS, 38 TD, 6 INT
  • 2021: 436-658, 4,839 YDS, 37 TD, 13 INT
  • 2022: 435-648, 5,250 YDS, 41 TD, 12 INT

Total: 1,985-2,993, 24,241 YDS, 192 TD, 49 INT


  • 2017: 7 ATT, 10 YDS, 0 TD, 0 FUM
  • 2018: 60 ATT, 272 YDS, 2 TD, 2 FUM
  • 2019: 43 ATT, 218 YDS, 2 TD, 2 FUM
  • 2020: 62 ATT, 308 YDS, 2 TD, 2 FUM
  • 2021: 66 ATT, 381 YDS, 2 TD, 4 FUM
  • 2022: 61 ATT, 358 YDS, 4 TD, 0 FUM

Total: 299 ATT, 1,547 YDS, 12 TD, 10 FUM

Patrick Mahomes Career Postseason Stats

Mahomes has been in the playoffs every year since becoming the starter for the Chiefs, reaching at least the AFC Championship Game each time.


  • 2018: 43-72, 573 YDS, 3 TD, 0 INT
  • 2019: 72-112, 901 YDS, 10 TD, 2 INT
  • 2020: 76-117, 850 YDS, 4 TD, 2 INT
  • 2021: 89-122, 1,057 YDS, 11 TD, 3 INT
  • 2022: 51-73, 521 YDS, 4 TD, 0 INT

Total: 331-496, 3,902 YDS, 32 TD, 7 INT


  • 2018: 5 ATT, 19 YDS, 1 TD, 0 FUM
  • 2019: 24 ATT, 135 YDS, 2 TD, 0 FUM
  • 2020: 13 ATT, 52 YDS, 1 TD, 0 FUM
  • 2021: 13 ATT, 117 YDS, 1 TD, 0 FUM
  • 2022: 6 ATT, 16 YDS, 0 TD, 1 FUM
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Total: 61 ATT, 339 YDS, 5 TD, 1 FUM

Patrick Mahomes Win-Loss Record In The NFL

Mahomes has been a tour de force since he stepped in as Andy Reid’s starting quarterback. In 80 regular-season games, Mahomes is an impressive 64-16. That’s a .800 winning percentage, which would be the highest of any quarterback should it remain at that level.

Mahomes still has a long way to go to catch Tom Brady’s record of 251 career regular-season wins, but it’s possible if he stays healthy and on his current trajectory.

Mahomes Super Bowl Prop Bets

Now that you know more about the Kansas City QB, you might be interested in wagering on his performance in the Super Bowl. Sports bettors can find a variety of player prop bets for Mahomes in Super Bowl LVII.

Here is a list of the most notable lines:

  • Mahomes Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+475)
  • Mahomes First Touchdown Scorer (+2800)
  • Mahomes Over/Under 289.5 Passing Yards (-120/-110)
  • Mahomes Over/Under 1.5 Passing Touchdowns (-210/+170)
  • Mahomes Longest Completion Over/Under 37.5 Yards (-125/-105)
  • Mahomes Most Passing Yards in the Game (-280)
  • Mahomes to Throw an Interception (-105 Yes, -125 No)
  • Mahomes Over/Under 25.5 Pass Completions (+100/-130)
  • Mahomes Over/Under 20.5 Rushing Yards (-115/-115)
  • Mahomes Longest Rush Over/Under 11.5 Yards (-110/-120)
  • Mahomes to Win MVP (+125)

Note: Odds and lines are from DraftKings Sportsbook and subject to change as the Super Bowl approaches.

There are a lot of props to choose from when it comes to the Chiefs’ star quarterback. Heading into the Big Game, there was still some concern with his high-ankle sprain, so we’d recommend staying away from any rush prop or his anytime touchdown.

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However, one bet that looks promising is the over on his passing touchdowns. Mahomes threw for a touchdown in all 19 games leading up to the Super Bowl against the Philadelphia Eagles and had multiple touchdowns in 14 of them, including both postseason contests. He may be down a few weapons due to injuries, but Mahomes will improve the players around him and find them if they get open.

We also think that Mahomes’ longest pass Under 37.5 yards is playable. The Eagles do not give up chunk plays through the air, and Mahomes had not completed a pass for more than 30 yards in the 2023 playoffs. It will be tough for him to extend plays with his ankle issues, so we’ll likely see more short and quick passes from Mahomes.

Lastly, if you think Kansas City will win Super Bowl LVII, then you should also give the Mahomes MVP prop a look, as the award typically goes to the quarterback of the winning team. Mahomes earned MVP honors the last time the Chiefs won the Super Bowl, so don’t be shocked if he does it again.