Another reason why Mahomes is better Brady is that he has more momentum on his side. The Chiefs are in a powerful position in the AFC West because of the dysfunctional teams around them, just like Brady’s Patriots enjoyed beating up on the weak AFC East of their heyday. Mahomes has led his team to the AFC Championship game in each of his five seasons as a starter and he doesn’t look like he’s slowing down after Super Bowl LVII.
He’s a multiple-time regular-season and Super Bowl MVP before 30 and now has a couple of Super Bowl rings after Super Bowl LVII. That takes him above the likes of Aaron Rodgers and even Peyton Manning in the achievement charts. And Mahomes has so much time to add even more to his incredible legacy (via The Ringer).