#1 A) Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs:
Patrick Mahomes not too long ago was getting called the greatest QB talent people had ever seen, after getting beat in Super Bowl 55 by Tom Brady and a “rocky” 2021 season many of these same people are starting to question Mahomes. Sure 2021 was considered Patrick Mahomes’ worst season as an NFL QB but worst for Mahomes would be record breaking for most QB’s in this league.
When it really counted Mahomes carried his team to victory and reminded the public why many think he is a magician, and already one of the all-time greats. When going blow for blow with other top caliber talent, not even 13 seconds left in the entire game can stop the ‘Arrowhead Reaper’ from scoring.
Mahomes would lead the Chiefs to their 4th AFC Championship appearance in 4 years where they would fallto the Bengals.
In Patrick Mahomes’ “down” year he passed for 4,800+ Yards, threw 37 TD’s and 13 INT’s.
#1 B) Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills:
The Dolphins were glad once Tom Brady left the division so they could finally compete, but unfortunately for Miami the Bills drafted Josh Allen and he’s turning into a much bigger problem than Brady, Brady actually has the most losses of his career against Miami. And yes they’re in the same division but the Bills and Jets didn’t come close to having the same stat-line.
Unfortunately for the Dolphins Josh Allen and the Bills have been wiping the floor with the fish since 2018. And the gap just seems to be getting bigger every year. Now I make Mahomes and Allen 1A and 1B because on any given Sunday Allen could be the best QB in the league, or Mahomes could.
In 2021 Josh Allen looked like an unstoppable force and once the Bills would catch fire in game they would stomp on their opponent, they did it to the Chiefs in the regular season. Unfortunately for Allen and the Bills, the buzz saw they had turned into would come to a screeching halt after getting eliminated by the Chiefs in the playoffs.
If the Chiefs didn’t take them out, I really believed Buffalo was destined to go all the way, Dolphins fans can thank Mahomes, the Chiefs, and new Dolphins superstar WR Tyreek Hill for preventing that from happening.