In the NFL history books, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is rewriting the record for quarterback dominance.
Mahomes has stepped onto the field against the Denver Broncos a dozen times, and each time, he has emerged victorious, with a pristine 12-0 record.
Now, as the Chiefs prepare to face the Broncos once more, Mahomes is on the cusp of an unparalleled achievement.
Should he secure a win in the upcoming game, Patrick Mahomes will attain a remarkable 13-0 record against the Broncos.
To put this accomplishment into perspective, since 1950, a time when reliable records for starting quarterbacks began, no quarterback has ever embarked on their career with such an unbeaten streak against any opponent.
The closest anyone has come to this milestone is Otto Graham, who, between 1950 and 1955, led the Cleveland Browns to an unblemished 12-0 record against the Chicago Cardinals, a feat that remained unmatched for decades.
However, the all-time longest winning streak for any quarterback against any opponent stands at an impressive 17 games.
This extraordinary record is held by Bob Griese, who accomplished this feat against the Buffalo Bills.
Griese’s story is all the more fascinating because he lost his first career start against Buffalo in 1967.
Nonetheless, he began an awe-inspiring 17-game winning streak against this division rival in 1968 and did not experience another loss until 1980.
As Patrick Mahomes continues his relentless pursuit of NFL history, the possibility looms that he might tie Bob Griese’s incredible record in 2025 if the Broncos haven’t managed to defeat him by then.