The NFL's No. 1 offense isn't resting on its laurels, according to the reigning MVP.
"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.