There are countless tangible reasons that make Patrick Mahomes a great quarterback.
Yet, as NFL legend Dan Marino recently pointed out, the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback also possesses intangible skills that could lead to yet another trip to the Super Bowl.
Mahomes showed the NFL world how tough he is last postseason when he played through a high-ankle sprain.
The former Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame quarterback was recently asked to compare himself with Mahomes, whose career is already rubbing shoulders with some of the greatest quarterbacks of all time.
“He’s an amazing athlete, first of all,” Marino said during a one-on-one interview with CBS Sports.
“I was a pretty good athelte, but not the kind of athlete that he is as far as how he runs the ball, makes throws from different levels, creates on his own.