Brittany Mahomes’ outfit caused something of a stir at Sunday’s game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers.
With the playoff picture for Patrick Mahomes and Co. already set, Blaine Gabbert got to play against the Chargers. As a result, the outing was largely unwatchable.
That being said, as usual, Brittany found a way to steal the show from the sidelines.
Fans at home couldn’t help but take note of Brittany’s outfit to the game:
It is pretty telling that in an NFL weekend that saw Laura Rutledge’s wardrobe malfunction blow up online, a Baltimore Ravens cheerleader’s private photos leak out and Jake Browning’s girlfriend’s see-through spandex outfit take center stage, Brittany’s pretty unassuming choice of outfit still found a way to steal the show.
Then again, given the fact that Brittany has gone viral in recent months for everything ranging from her racy workout photos to her provocative wardrobe choices to her wild Halloween costume to her crazy party snaps, maybe her presence in the headlines shouldn’t come a huge surprise.
Brittany is a huge star and inarguably the biggest and more recognizable NFL wife in the sport today. Anything she does instantly and effortlessly becomes front page news – as Sunday proved.
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Obviously Kansas City didn’t have the sort of 2023-24 NFL campaign they wanted to in the regular season, but that doesn’t mean a ton.
When you are at the level of Patrick Mahomes and Co. – the only thing that matters is the playoffs. That is the only thing that defines this group at this juncture.
Will the Chiefs be able to give Brittany something to cheer for as they march towards a second consecutive Super Bowl over the next few weeks? Time will tell.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.