Brittany Mahomes Mocks Joe Burrow, Bengals After Chiefs Win

Brittany Mahomes Mocks Joe Burrow, Bengals After Chiefs Win

Brittany Mahomes celebrated the Kansas City Chiefs’ impressive victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday more than any of the players involved.

Coming into this weekend Brittany felt like her husband, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, wasn’t getting the respect he deserves for being a star of his caliber.

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow got all the attention coming into the AFC Championship Game, between all the praise he received for his clutch play on the field and all the tales from his ex-girlfriends about his bedroom conquests off the field.

As such, when Kansas City ultimately prevailed late, Brittany made sure her victory lap fit the occasion.

Brittany started with this tweet, a clear play on something Bengals cornerback Eli Apple tweeted after his squad beat the Buffalo Bills one week earlier:

The outspoken Chiefs wife didn’t stop there, though. NFL fans then heard her screeching while Patrick’s dad lit up a pack after his son’s big win, too:

It’s hard to blame Brittany for being happy. All week she had to hear about how Burrow was better than her man. Then she had to hear about how her brother-in-law Jackson Mahomes jinxed the Chiefs with his latest embarrassing video.

When the Chiefs finally won, Brittany opted to release everything she had clearly been holding in.

To the victors go the spoils, and Brittany was definitely on the winning side this past weekend.

Now just one game separates her, Patrick and all of Kansas City from yet another Super Bowl.

Obviously Brittany is something of an acquired taste, but there is also no denying that she is the most famous NFL wife left in the league now that Gisele Bundchen no longer fits in that category.

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence’s wife, Marissa, tried to steal some of Brittany’s shine in these playoffs with her wild party photos – but ultimately she was unsuccessful.

There is only one Brittany.

Will Brittany, Patrick and the Chiefs ultimately win another Super Bowl in 2023? Time will tell.

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Anthony Amador

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.
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