CBS Runs Ad About the Dangers of 'Mahomes Syndrome'

OAKLAND, CA - SEPTEMBER 15:  Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs looks on from the bench against the Oakland Raiders during the third quarter of an NFL football game at RingCentral Coliseum on September 15, 2019 in Oakland, California.  (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
Kansas City Chiefs v Oakland Raiders | Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

Patrick Mahomes has become the most must-see athlete in all of sports. This is partially the result of his signature, jaw-dropping no-look passes. They have become so dreamy, people across the world are now suffering from what is being called "Mahomes Syndrome." Luckily, the NFL on CBS is here to help with their new ad that resembles one created by the great Jimmy McGill.

This is the type of ad you see and you begin to feel pretty good about yourself. If you don't have this disorder, of course.

As you can see, suffering from this can negatively impact, well, everything. Your job, friendships, communication, and your eating. Imagine trying to date like this. Eye contact on that first, nerve-racking date is already a legit challenge. Oh, and Mahomes' greatness is doing no favors for that always necessary follow-up, "What a great night," text.

But I do think it's important to note, if you can perform at a high level without looking like Mahomes can, you will have a few around you rather bothered and jealous... Yes, he really is the man