Patrick Mahomes admits he REGRETS his on-field meltdown where he SCREAMED at officials over Kadarius Toney’s offside touchdown: ‘You can’t be that way towards anybody in life’

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Written By Maya Cantina

Patrick Mahomes has admitted he regrets his on-field meltdown to Kadarius Toney’s go-head touchdown being called offside when the Kansas City Chiefs lost to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

A screaming Mahomes had to be held back as he tried to confront the officials and threw his helmet into the ground in the dramatic moments at the end of the game at Arrowhead Stadium.

Speaking to 610 Sports, Mahomes said: ‘I watched a little but, you try to stay away from it a little bit. Obviously, you don’t ever want to react that way.

‘I care, man. I love this game, I love my teammates. I want to go out there and put everything on the line to win.

‘But obviously, can’t do that, can’t be that way toward officials or really anybody in life, so I probably regret acting like that. But, more than anything I regretted how I acted toward Josh after the game, because he had nothing to do with it.

‘It was a tough loss but all you can do in this league is move on. I’ve watched the film to learn from our mistakes in the game. Keep moving forward in this league if you want to get back on track.

‘It’s part of it, part of the game. You try to learn from it, be better as a person and be better as a player. Something I’ll learn from in my career and try to be better if the situation arises.’

Asked if he was surprised by how upset he got, Mahomes said: ‘No, not really, it was a big play in the game and obviously got negated because of a foul. I didn’t have a great explanation for it, obviously I’m not seeing the view on the sideline.

‘I’ve seen it again now and if he didn’t check and it weren’t good… it is a foul, it’s just something you rarely see called in the NFL. But it was a foul. Part of playing the game, part of being a person – you learn from your mistakes and try and be better the next time.’

As for Toney not checking if he was offside, Mahomes said: ‘In most instances they usually just point to the ref and the ref tells them they’re good or not. I haven’t talked to him yet, I don’t know if he checked.

‘It happens man, it’s the NFL. You’ve got to move on.’

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