Patrick Mahomes has played full season’s worth of playoff games. His stats are elite

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Patrick Mahomes has been the Chiefs starting quarterback for six full seasons, and with the 17-10 win over the Ravens in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday, he’s now played a full season of playoffs games.

In 17 postsreason starts, Mahomes has posted some incredible stats. Mahomes has completed 67.4% of his passes (422 of 626) with 4,802 passing yards, 39 touchdown throws and just seven interceptions. That’s a 106.3 quarterback rating.

Mahomes also has led five game-winning drives and has four fourth-quarter comebacks in the postseason.

The Chiefs have a 14-3 record in games started by Mahomes in the playoffs. Before Mahomes became the starter, the Chiefs had an all-time playoff record of 9-18.

Here are seven other stats of note from the Chiefs’ win over the Ravens on Sunday.

1. Record coming

When he takes the field in Super Bowl LVIII, Mahomes will be the first quarterback in NFL history to start four Super Bowls before turning 30, according to Dante Koplowitz-Fleming, an editorial researcher for NFL Media.

2. That’s 100

Mahomes had a 100.5 quarterback rating on Sunday, the 12th time he’s reached that mark in the playoffs. Only one quarterback in NFL history has had a 100 or better QB rating more often in the playoffs, the Chiefs noted.

1. 19, Tom Brady (2000-22)

2t. 12, Joe Montana (1979-94)

2t. 12, Patrick Mahomes (2017-23)

4. 10, Aaron Rodgers (2005-22)

5t. 9, Brett Favre (1991-10)

5t. 9, Russell Wilson (2012-22)

3. Moving on up

The Chiefs noted Mahomes now has thrown for the second-most yards in conference games. Only former Patriots/Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has thrown for more in NFL history.

1. 3,674, Tom Brady (14 games)

2. 1,756, Patrick Mahomes (six games)

3. 1,731, Joe Montana (seven games)

4. 1,539, Peyton Manning (five games)

5. 1,414, John Elway (six games)

4. Winning ways

The Chiefs noted that Mahomes won his 14th playoff game, which ties him for the third-most in NFL history with Peyton Manning, Terry Bradshaw and John Elway.

Here is the list.

1. 35, Tom Brady (2001-22)

2. 16, Joe Montana (1981-94)

3t. 14, Terry Bradshaw (1972-82)

3t. 14, John Elway (1983-98)

3t. 14, Peyton Manning (1999-15)

3t. 14, Patrick Mahomes (2018-23)

5. Kelce’s dominance

Tony Holzman-Escareno, a senior researcher for the NFL, noted tight end Travis Kelce has six career playoff games with 10 or more receptions, twice as many as any other player in NFL history.

6. Butker ties NFL record

Kicker Harrison Butker made a 52-yard field goal in the second quarter Sunday. That was his fifth from 50 or more yards, which tied Adam Vinatieri (seven attempts) for the career NFL playoff record. Butker did it in six attempts.

7. Chiefs set record

Fox 4 anchor Harold Kuntz noted the Chiefs’ six playoff wins in the Mahomes Era is an NFL record for a six-year span.