Patrick Mahomes has shouldered the responsibility for his team’s defeat at the hands of the Tennessee Titans, saying he’d have to improve his game to bounce back from his career worst.

“You can just watch the tape and know that I need to play better in order to have success,” the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback said Thursday. According to ESPN, Mahomes made a career-low 6.0 QBR during the Chiefs-Titan clash that took place on Oct. 24.

“There were plays where guys were open. There were plays where we had matchups down the field that I didn’t hit that I usually would give those guys opportunities to make plays.

“I’ve said something to them that I’ve got to be better. At the same time, they have that mindset that they’re going to try to build me up. It’s a thing where you’re not going to play your best game every single game and that’s when you have to rely on your other guys to kind of step up and make plays for you.”

His previous career-low took place during a game against the Denver Broncos that took place last season. He scored 37.4 QBR. The 26-year-old has so far thrown nine interceptions this season.

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