The NFL World Can’t Get Over How Hard Chiefs RB Isiah Pacheco Runs

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While he might not be the flashiest running back they’ve had during the Patrick Mahomes era, Kansas City Chiefs rusher Isiah Pacheco had a massive impact on the team during his Super Bowl-winning rookie season.

Pacheco, who was drafted out of Rutgers University in the 7th round of the 2022 NFL Draft, added a dynamic that the team sorely needed with his aggressive running style.

Playing in front of the entire sports world, NFL fans were simply loving how hard Pacheco runs when he carries the ball.

Everyone from NFL analysts to casual football fans were shouting out Pacheco and his angry running style.

In total, Pacheco carried the ball 15 times for 76 yards and a touchdown in Super Bowl LVII. In his rookie season, he had 170 carries for 830 yards and five touchdowns.

The 22-year-old also shared an awesome moment with his family following the game:

Even though the Chiefs spent a first-round pick on Clyde Edwards-Helaire just a few years ago, Pacheco will undoubtedly have a big role on the Chiefs’ offense next season following his performance during his rookie year.

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