Mahomes still has the top spot, but the gap between him and Aaron Rodgers is narrow. The Chiefs star threw three interceptions in a 33-27 win over the Dolphins on Sunday but still led his team back from an early 10-0 deficit, finishing with 393 passing yards and two touchdowns. His 2,309 passing yards in his past six games are the most in any six-game span in NFL history, according to the Elias Sports Bureau, breaking the previous record of 2,276 set by Drew Brees from 2012 to 2013. Of course, he also remains the league’s comeback king. ESPN’s Field Yates noted that since the start of 2019, the Chiefs are 8-1 (.888) with Mahomes after falling behind by 10 or more points, while the rest of the NFL is 68-356-1 (.160) combined when trailing by 10 or more during that same period. With stats being relatively equal, perhaps Mahomes having more “MVP” moments than Rodgers this season, including signature wins over the Ravens, Bills, Buccaneers and Raiders, is what gives him the nod in the end.