Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is well-known for his off-schedule throws that often result in highlight reel-worthy plays.

Mahomes isn’t afraid to throw a no-look pass to an open receiver. He also isn’t scared to drop his arm slot down to throw the ball around a defender like a middle infielder turning a double play.

No throw seems to be off limits for Mahomes.

Including a behind-the-back throw.

Seriously.

Mahomes has been working on a behind-the-back throw in practice. It’s likely just the former NFL MVP having some fun. But he’s made enough wild throws that I wouldn’t put it past Mahomes to use it in a game.

Check out the throw:

Opposing defensive coordinators would probably lose their minds if Mahomes pulled that off in a game.

The Chiefs’ offensive staff might lose their minds, too. But if it works, it works. And most of what Mahomes does on the field works just fine.

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