Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes owns up to remark on Justin Herbert

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Back in July, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes sparked social media with his comment in regards to Chargers QB Justin Herbert after a spectator in attendance at the golf tournament heckled to “watch out” for him.

Mahomes responded with a skewed phrase: “I’ll see it when I believe it.”

He cleared it up days after, saying he was only messing with the team’s fanbase and adding that he has actually has a ton of respect for Herbert.

It appeared that Mahomes’ remark was put to bed until one of Kansas City’s reporters brought it up at the team’s post-game press conference following Los Angeles’ 30-24 win.

The reporter asked: “The term, I’ll see it when I believe it, — what did you see from Justin Herbert today?”

“I guess I believe it. That’s all you can say,” Mahomes responded.

Herbert had a huge part in downing the Chiefs by throwing for 281 yards and four touchdowns on 26-of-38 passing with zero turnovers.

The rivalry between Herbert and Mahomes is going to be going on for a long time, and we can expect shootouts in nearly all of them, just like we witnessed today.