Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs and quarterback Patrick Mahomes secured their third Super Bowl title in the last five seasons, including back-to-back titles, on Sunday at Super Bowl LVIII.

Now the team’s goal is to “three-peat,” which has never been done in NFL history.

“I’m going to work on getting this three-peat, no three-peat ever so we’re working on that now,” Mahomes said on the Pat McAfee Show on Tuesday.

There’s another motivator pushing Mahomes to bring Kansas City a third Super Bowl title in a row, though. The word “dynasty” continues to be thrown around in discussions about the Chiefs now. Speaking to McAfee, Mahomes shared the story of when he first used the word to describe the team and how the word pushes him to be great.

“I’m going to throw our PR guy under the bus a little bit. … In my first year starting I said ‘dynasty’ and he did not like that I said that,” Mahomes said. “So, I brought it back up to him after the game, I said ‘Remember when I said it that first year starting? We got something going now.’”

Mahomes has made the playoffs in all six seasons he’s started as the Chiefs quarterback. If he continues on this path of success, his name and the Chiefs will absolutely be put in the history books as an NFL dynasty.