Patrick Mahomes believes the NFL is in a ‘golden era’ for QBs

When Tom Brady announced his retirement in February, the quarterback torch had officially been passed to a younger generation of top signal callers either in or about to enter their prime.

Among the best of that group is Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who, in a recent interview with Complex, stated that he believes the NFL’s 2023 quarterback class just might be the most talented collection of passers in league history.

“You look back and you got like Dan Marino, Joe Montana, Terry Bradshaw, freaking Troy Aikman, [John] Elway — there’s been some Hall of Famers that have all played in the same era,” Mahomes said. “But I think top to bottom, it’s hard to find a spot on any team [where] the quarterback’s not a guy that you can see win playoff games. … So, I think it’s definitely a golden era for the quarterback position. Maybe we don’t have those Hall of Fame guys yet at the top, but one through 32, I mean there’s quarterbacks that don’t even get a chance to start that are great players.”

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