Mahomes: Chiefs 'never stop adding plays' to offense
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The NFL's No. 1 offense isn't resting on its laurels, according to the reigning MVP.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes said the team has been filling out the playbook for the 2019 season.

"We've added a lot. We never stop adding plays here. That's the best thing about this team, this offense: We're never satisfied with where we're at," Mahomes said Thursday, according to ProFootballTalk's Michael David Smith. "We're always trying to get better, finding ways to get better as a team, as an offense."

Mahomes spearheaded an offense that averaged 425.6 yards and a league-high 35.3 points per game last season. The 23-year-old threw for more than 5,000 yards in 2018 and led the way with 50 touchdown passes against 12 interceptions.

Nonetheless, he sees room for improvement.

"There's still a ton that I need to improve on. There really is," Mahomes said. "I made a lot of plays happen kind of off-script, but there were times I should have just made the easy completion for the first down.

"So I have to keep finding that line of when I want to make the big play happen and when I should take the easy completion."

Despite that statement, Mahomes isn't backing off from his highlight-reel no-look passes; he told James Palmer of NFL Network that although he doesn't plan for them, he's thrown two already this offseason as they happen organically.

Mahomes: Chiefs 'never stop adding plays' to offense
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