Brittany Mahomes is widely regarded as the most popular wife in the NFL today.
The title was previously held by Gisele Bundchen, but based on recent events, it looks as though she may not qualify for the honor much longer.
Anything Brittany does at this point is frontpage news. And her outfit decisions to Kansas City Chiefs games are no exception – especially now that she is pregnant.
This week, Brittany’s choice of attire set the internet ablaze:
As the comments in reply to the pictures would suggest, fans absolutely loved Brittany’s fashion. And this isn’t the first time in recent weeks she has blown up in this way. What she wore to the Chiefs’ disappointing game against the Indianapolis Colts also left quite an impression.
The interesting thing about Brittany is that she is so good at making headlines that some people have started to wonder whether it negatively impacts her husband, Patrick, mentally. Certain photo evidence has been presented to make this case, albeit not conclusively.
That said, the fact that Brittany keeps doing what she has been doing coupled with Patrick’s unwavering support of her antics suggests that is not in fact the case. If anything, she seems to make him happier.
This is shaping up to be a very important year for Patrick, Brittany and the Chiefs. The team currently sits at 3-1 after four games and has some tough battles ahead against the likes of the Buffalo Bills, San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Rams.
If they can emerge unscathed and finish the season atop the AFC West, which they should given the current state of the Las Vegas Raiders and Denver Broncos, they are legit threat to win the Super Bowl.
The Panthers are so bad that Olivia Culpo now needs to find new ways to entertain herself. https://t.co/fbbI6PKFOv
— Game 7 (@game7__) October 5, 2022
When the Chiefs won their title in 2020, most assumed it was the first of many to come. To date, Kansas City has been unable to replicate the feat.
Will that change in 2022?
An answer will emerge in the coming weeks and months.
A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.