Patrick Mahomes’ petty two-word response to Bills star’s trash talk has NFL fans saying the same thing

Dion Dawkins made the mistake of poking the bear.

The Buffalo Bills hosted Kansas City in Sunday night’s Divisional Round game of the NFL playoffs.

Patrick Mahomes threw for two touchdowns to help steer Kansas City to next weekend's AFC Championship game


Patrick Mahomes threw for two touchdowns to help steer Kansas City to next weekend’s AFC Championship gameCredit: Getty

The AFC blockbuster at Highmark Stadium was Patrick Mahomes’ first road game in the playoffs.

Before the game, Bills offensive tackle Dawkins predicted that Mahomes and the Chiefs would struggle against an in-form Buffalo team on home turf in sub-zero conditions.

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He said: “[Mahomes has] only been here once. So, he’s never been here. Simple as that.”

He added: “We’re having two back-to-back playoff games home. Come on now, like we get to leave and go eat wings. It’s cool. So good luck.”


That three-word sign off caught No.15’s attention.

He and his teammates used it as fuel during the week and then in the game, battling to a gutsy 27-24 win in hostile conditions.

“We did hear it all week about playing a road game,” Mahomes said, “and we were here to prove a point and show we can play anywhere.”

After the game Mahomes took to social media to aim a petty dig at Dawkins after his pregame trash talk.

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The two-time Super Bowl MVP shared a picture of him celebrating in front of Bills fans along with the caption “Good luck”, in a reference to Dawkins’ comments.

“He petty af. Love it,” one fan replied.

“Trash talking Patrick Mahomes is an L waiting to happen,” said another.

A third fan replied: “When will people learn? Playoff Pat is a beast!”

Mahomes threw for 215 yards and two touchdowns – both to tight end Travis Kelce – to punch Kansas’ ticket to their sixth straight AFC Championship game.

Mahomes and Kelce made NFL history by setting a new record for combining on 16 postseason touchdown passes.

The former New England Patriots duo of Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski held the old mark of 15.

Kansas now faces another stern road test against AFC No.1 seeds Baltimore.

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