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Mahomes Says Why He Regrets Post-Game Tantrum

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The Kansas City Chiefs are facing challenges with a recent series of losses, bringing their record to 8-5.

Issues with their defense, receivers, and running game are contributing to their struggles.

Their recent loss to the Buffalo Bills led to frustration, with quarterback Patrick Mahomes displaying visible anger towards the referees and the opposing team. (Trending: Here Are The Most Disturbing Ways Hunter Biden Spent His Millions)

Mahomes later expressed regret for his behavior in a radio interview.

“Obviously you don’t want to act that way,” Mahomes confessed.

“I care, man,” proclaimed the quarterback.

“But obviously, can’t [throw a tantrum], I mean, you can’t be that way towards officials or really anybody in life,” he continued.

“So I probably regret acting like that, admitted Mahomes.

Adding, “But more than anything, I regretted the way I acted towards Josh [Allen] after the game, because he had nothing to do with it.

“So I was still hot and emotional, but you can’t do that man.”

Highlighting, “That’s not a great example for kids watching the game.”

“I was more upset about that than I was about me on the sidelines,” concluded Mahomes.

The team aims to bounce back in their upcoming game against the New England Patriots.

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