Is it fair to call Patrick Mahomes the future GOAT? | SportsNation

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Mike Golic Jr. joins SportsNation to preview Super Bowl LV, as he discusses Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes being called the future GOAT and what the Tampa Bay Buccaneers can look to do to contain Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce.

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