Patrick Mahomes was knocked out of his divisional-round playoff game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Cleveland Browns after a scary hit in the third quarter.
Mahomes was scrambling to his right when he was tackled by a Browns defender. Mahomes was dragged to the ground and appeared to smack his head on the ground.
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He got back up with help from his teammates but didn’t look like he knew where he was.
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The Chiefs said Mahomes was being evaluated for a concussion and was replaced by Chad Henne. On his first drive, Henne was 1-for-2 with five passing yards. Darrell Williams mostly carried the ball during the drive.
He was later ruled out.
The Chiefs got a field goal out of the drive and led 22-10 with 4:24 remaining in the game.
Mahomes was 21-for-30 with 255 passing yards and a touchdown pass. He also had 14 yards on the ground and a rushing touchdown.
Kansas City is the defending Super Bowl champions and are looking to do something only the New England Patriots have done since 2000 – win back-to-back Super Bowl titles.
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Not having Mahomes would obviously put a dent into those plans. He was the Super Bowl LIV MVP last year when the Chiefs staged a comeback victory to defeat the San Francisco 49ers.