Patrick Mahomes’ pass on Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers did not go as he expected.
In the Kansas City Chiefs’ first practice of the game, Mahomes entered the pocket and appeared to throw a blind pass to wide receiver Matt Kemp.
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Mahomes threw the ball at his body and the pass fell out of Kemp’s hands. Chargers defensive back Asante Samuel Jr. dove for the batted ball and got the interception. It was Samuel’s second interception of his career as the rookie had one in Week 2 against the Dallas Cowboys.
The Chiefs’ 10-game disc ended with no points.
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Mahomes is known for throwing blind passes and has even admitted to practicing a back pass, which has yet to be seen. The blind pass involves throwing the ball at his body, but this time the play didn’t work out as it left Kemp.
The Chiefs are chasing their second win of the season and are hoping to avoid a two-game losing streak. The team lost to the Baltimore Ravens in prime time last week.
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The Chargers are also looking to avoid a two-game losing streak after a narrow loss to the Cowboys.