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Patrick Mahomes has to wait because it's still Tom Brady's league Bleacher report



  FILE - On the left of a date photo from November 19, 2018, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, throws a passport during an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Rams in Los Angeles. On the right in a file shot on December 30, 2018, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady throws in Foxborough, Massachusetts during the second half of an NFL football game. It seems football fans are on the move all over the Chiefs, excited by their record-breaking young quarterback and exciting offensive playmakers, while hoping that their gracious old coach can finally win the big one. Or maybe they are just fans of New England. (AP Photo / File)

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The biggest quarterback in NFL history is unwilling to relinquish the reins to the league's next big league

Instead, MVP leader Patrick Mahomes has to move on wait as the Kansas City bosses failed to disappoint 41

-year-old Tom Brady's dynastic New England Patriots.

Brady threw a 378-meter overtime victory at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday. With the win, the triple NFL MVP will appear more in its ninth Super Bowl than any other franchise.

No wonder the result seemed inevitable. The moment the Patriots made two minutes, three seconds to go and four points behind the field, the swing of the game seemed to resonate in favor of New England.

"I just knew it," backup quarterback Brian Hoyer said about another Brady comeback in the fourth quarter, according to ESPN.com's Mike Reiss . "He looked like this."

Mahomes responded with a pair of clutch throw on Spencer Ware and Demarcus Robinson to build kicker Harrison Butker for the 39-yard field gate and overtime. However, the Patriots never allow the bosses to touch the ball during extra time. Brady combined three thirds and long stints to extend the Patriots' playful ride before Rex Burkhead returned and used Paydirt to secure another Super Bowl appearance.

With victory, Brady led his 57th career and ninth playoff comeback victory in the fourth quarter.

"It's in his DNA," said Julian Edelman, according to Reiss . "He has a clutch gene."

Brady is no longer the same player he was once and no one should expect him to be at an advanced age. Statistically, his 4,355 pass yards were the lowest performance compared to a 16-player slate since 2014. Brady threw less than 30 touchdowns for the third time in the last nine seasons. According to Football Outsiders Scott Kacsmar the Veteran's Bullet had the third-highest percentage of off-target throws behind regular rookies behind a pair of rookies, Josh Allen of Buffalo Bills and the New York Jets Sam Darnold.

Even though the natural gifts of the 14-round Pro Bowl selection are dwindling, he can rigorously enable his offenses to succeed on a down-by-down basis with his Football IQ.

After Reiss head coach Bill Belichick writes of Brady's intellectual advantage as an "often overlooked part of his excellence".

For example, the Patriots stood at the 4th and 1 Kansas City 10-yard line in the fourth quarter 21-17. The Chiefs were expecting a Brady sneak to overcome the short distance. Instead, the experienced signal caller read the defense and spoke outward . This was the perfect call for the situation when Sony Michel ran back to the end zone.