The fourth-year quarterback reached the mark in 37 games, passing Hall of Famer Dan Marino, who did it in 40.
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Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer
Most fantasy points by any quarterback through his team's first six games of the season (since 1950): 184.9 Steve Young, 1998 169.0 Peyton Manning, 2013 164.6 Daunte Culpepper, 2004 162.2 Aaron Rodgers, 2011 158.5 Patrick Mahomes, 2020 158.1 Patrick Mahomes, 2018
After weeks of being pushed for the NBA and MLB, Sarah & Jason finally had a full show. The Chiefs showed the world that they can run and pass all over you. Can the Dodgers finally reach the mountain top? Jason has some strong thoughts on the NFL only fining the Titans.
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Host Laura Rutledge, along with Marcus Spears, Dan Orlovsky and Mina Kimes, react to a busy Week 6 in the NFL season, as well as preview a Monday Night doubleheader between the Chiefs v. Bills and Cardinals v. Cowboys. Did the Steelers show that they belong in the same conversation as the Chiefs in the AFC, or did the Browns just show that "they are who we thought they were." Was yesterday just a blip on Green Bay's radar or is Tampa Bay rounding into form and showing that they are the team to beat in the NFC. The crew dives into all that and much more on another Monday in the weirdest season to date.
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Stephen A, Max and Ryan Clark debate if the Buccaneers are the best team in the NFC, if Ryan Tannehill should be considered for MVP and if Lopez is the best in the world after his win over Lomachenko.
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