(KLTV) - Chiefs second year quarterback Patrick Mahomes has been doing his best to gain the trust of his teammates during the off season.
Workouts at local high schools in Kansas City had been taking place as Mahomes has shown his leadership skills. The pride of Whitehouse says the offense should be one of the best if not best.
His coach Andy Reid praises Mahomes as a competitor who makes those around him better. Mahomes will lead an offense that's loaded with speed to kill.
The addition of ex-Rams receiver Sammy Watkins should make this offense a blur, but fans should take notice that the Texas Tech gunslinger is going to make mistakes.
All young quarterbacks do, but Mahomes welcomes the pressure he thrives on it. Sundays have a chance to be special in Kansas City.