"It starts with me," Mahomes said after contributing three of the Chiefs' (2-3 this season) four turnovers on the evening. "It's something I've not usually done in my career, but I have to reevaluate where I'm at, what decisions I'm making.
"I've been a crazier player as far as scrambling and making throws. But in my career, I've never been someone who throws a lot of interceptions. I have to look at it now, reevaluate what I'm doing, and I have to cut it out.''
Mahomes has the same amount of interceptions this season as he did all of last year pic.twitter.com/COsSmMUO4B— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) October 11, 2021
ESPN notes Mahomes is currently on pace to throw 20 interceptions this season. His career-high is 12 during his 2018 campaign.
Despite the unusual number of turnovers from the star QB, head coach Andy Reid appears optimistic the team can turn things around.
"We know we can do better on turnovers, big plays -- I know what we are capable of," Reid said. "I see that. We just have to get that done."
The Chiefs (2-3) visit the Washington Football Team (2-3) next Sunday.