Patrick Mahomes is one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL at the moment. His dominant display this season has propelled the Kansas City Chiefs to the Super Bowl. Despite his busy schedule, he is very close to his family. Recently, his proud mother revealed a special act that makes the Chiefs QB, and his brother Jackson love her for a lifetime.
Randi Mahomes is proud of what her children have achieved in their lives. And she made it a point to give back to the community through a special act on her birthday.
Randi Mahomes celebrates her birthday in a very special manner every year. She holds a charity event for Variety KC, a children’s charity on January 18, the day of her birthday. The Mahomes fundraisers have helped to build playgrounds and buy medical equipment. She does it because, according to her, the children that the charity supports are close to her heart.
“This is awesome like I share it with my daughter because I want her to have that giving heart. I know her brothers both have it,” Mahomes said, according to Fox4 KC.
She also revealed the reactions of her two sons to her charity.
“And Jackson, with him, he gets so excited for me. Patrick’s so focused, but he did mention it and he knows how much this charity means to me and his sister,” Randi Mahomes added.
Patrick Mahomes does have a giving heart, and he intends to give the city a Super Bowl title this year. His dominant performance against his nemesis Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals, was enough to book a trip to the State Farm Stadium.
The dominant Patrick Mahomes
Patrick Mahomes came into the AFC championship game against the Bengals with a dismal 0-3 record against Joe Burrow. And many thought the Chiefs QB will fall again under the pressure of his past record. But Mahomes showed the NFL world what he is actually made of.
See you in AZ, Chiefs Kingdom!! pic.twitter.com/v5Y24oB8dr
— Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) January 30, 2023
The Chiefs QB notched up a staggering 326 passing yards in the game. He also threw two passing touchdowns to keep the score moving. But most importantly, he didn’t throw a single pick in the game, something that his opposing QB Burrow did twice. And a Harrison Butker field goal sealed the game 23-20 and a Super Bowl berth for the Chiefs.