“Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce have made history as the most prolific quarterback-pass-catcher duo in NFL playoff history, combining for an unprecedented number of touchdowns.”

It is notable that two quarterback and tight end combinations top this list and are ahead of even the great Jerry Rice and Joe Montana.Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski played 22 playoff games together for the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, while Sunday was the 16th together for Mahomes and Kelce. That means the Kansas City combination still has a few games left to continue adding to their recor

However, Brady and Gronkowski still have bragging rights when it comes to the most important stat of Super Bowl trophies.Gronkowski is a four-time Super Bowl champion, while Brady captured seven Lombardi Trophies during his unbelievable career. Mahomes and Kelce each have two Super Bowl titles, which they won together.

Kelce may not have many years remaining in his career at 34 years old, but Mahomes is just 28 and figures to be one of the best quarterbacks in the league for the foreseeable future. Catching Brady’s seven championship rings may be too much to ask, but Gronkowski’s mark of four is certainly in play.While Mahomes and Kelce continue to chase the Super Bowls, they set a new record Sunday.