Chiefs vs Bills: Mahomes 'feeling good' ahead of AFC decider
Andy Reid discussed Patrick Mahomes, who remains in concussion protocol ahead of Sunday's blockbuster against the Buffalo Bills.
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said Patrick Mahomes is feeling good as the Super Bowl champions monitor the star quarterback ahead of the AFC Championship Game.
Mahomes is the new James Brown
Mahomes is in concussion protocol but continues to practice after leaving last week's win over the Cleveland Browns following a hit from Mack Wilson.
It remains to be seen whether the Super Bowl MVP and the 2018 Most Valuable Player, who did not return against the Browns, will face the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
But speaking after Thursday's practice, Reid told reporters: "Pat looked good out there.
"He did a nice job when he was doing it. It looks like he's moving around well.
"He feels good. It's just important that we follow the protocol and that's what we're doing.''
Mahomes became just the second player in NFL history – after Steve Young – to have both passing and rushing touchdowns in three straight playoff games.
He has thrown for 14 touchdowns and two interceptions across six playoff games, with a career postseason QB rating of 106.6, the best in league history.
Kansas City's offensive co-ordinator Eric Bieniemy added: "He looks like Pat to me.
"He's been great in meetings. He's fun. He's energetic. You can always count on Pat being Pat.''
Top seeds the Chiefs are appearing in the AFC Championship decider for the third consecutive season as they prepare to welcome the Bills to Arrowhead Stadium.